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Bikes, Music, Alcohol and Anarchy. Also books, gigs, traveling and alcohol one more time.

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Review: Dirkschneider “Live – Back To The Roots – Accepted”

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After successful 2016 tours and release of double live CD ‘Live – Back To The Roots’, Dirkschneider project expectedly release a live DVD called ‘Live – Back To ...
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Review: Exit Eden “Rhapsodies In Black”

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In June 2017 came out big news about new project (it can be said “super-project”) Exit Eden, where Amanda Somerville, Clémentine Delauney, Marina La Torraca and Anna Brunner ...
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Review: Masterplan “PumpKings”

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Roland Grapow decided to rethink his creative heritage (or to go back to the roots), so Masterplan release the ‘PumpKings’, an album consisting Helloween songs. ...
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Review: INTRCPTR “I”

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Do you remember “Mad Max: Road Warrior” movie with its post-apocalyptic atmosphere and endless desert roads? It seems like Ben Carr and Larry Herweg were inspired by these ...
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Review: Blind Guardian “Live Beyond The Spheres”

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Blind Guardian  is not a band that release albums every two years by schedule: meticulous approach to the music, sound experiments and recording quality leads to four years ...
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Interview: Blind Guardian

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In July, 28 Blind Guardian  performed for the first time in Israel. Fans were waiting for it for many years, and that moment has come: sold out, two ...
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Review: Killsorrow “Little Something For You To Choke”

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Killsorrow is a Polish melodic death metal band (however, it is very approximate definition) that was formed in 2008. Yet their debut album ‘Little Something For You To ...
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Review: Varg “Götterdämmerung”

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On January 2016 Varg released the great and diverse album ‘Das Ende aller Lügen’. And now, after a year (a little more), the band ready to please their ...
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Review: Avelion “Illusion Of Transparency”

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The concept “modern metal” is so wide that almost faceless. Often frankly poppy works attributed to this genre, with a lot of electronic effects and dance melodies. The ...
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Review: Night Demon “Darkness Remains”

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Honestly, I was waiting for this album impatiently. Imagine NWOBHM in all its best, e.g. early Iron Maiden, Diamond Head or Raven: melodic and catchy music, interesting guitar ...
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Review: CRNKSHFT – “Crnkshft”

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Ambition is good, especially when they are backed by deeds. Young band from Vancouver, BC CRNKSHFT have a lots of them, but they are also ok with deeds. ...
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Review: Ddent “آكتئاب”

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DDent is a French instrumental project of guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Louis Lambert and drummer Marc Le Saux. First EP ‘Chien Noir’ (in reference to Churchill’s “black dog” metaphor) ...
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Review: Edenbridge “The Great Momentum”

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In February, 17 Austrians Edenbridge released their new creation – ninth album ‘The Great Momentum’. ...
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