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

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Review: Raspberry Bulbs “Before The Age Of Mirrors” [Relapse Records]

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When a band states that plays Punk/Black Metal, it sounds great: aggression, misanthropy, nonconformity and nihilism, which sometimes are carefully hidden inside, break out in a music form. ...
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Review: Hex A.D. “Astro Tongue in the Electric Garden” [Fresh Tea Records]

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Which music Norway is usually associated with? Black Metal, of course! Probably Viking Metal to a lesser extent. But obviously there are always some exceptions: for decade Hex ...
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Review: Ozzy Osbourne “Ordinary Man” [Sony Music]

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Last years’ show that rumors about Ozzy Osbourne‘s immortality were highly exaggerated: firstly he almost died from staphylococcus infection, then he cancelled his tour because of pneumonia exacerbation ...
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Review: Demons & Wizards “III” [Century Media Records]

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Despite its bright and monumentality, Demons & Wizards, Hansi Kürsch (Blind Guardian) and Jon Schaffer (Iced Earth) side project has a quite poor discography, which contains only two ...
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Review: On Thorns I Lay “Threnos” [LifeForce Records]

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The history of Greek Doom/Death band On Thorns I Lay is very similar to another UK Doom Metal band’s story: ups and downs, many years of silence and ...
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Review: Kvelertak “Splid” [Rise Records]

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Since 2007 when Kvelertak was formed, it gained a lot of attention almost immediately. Well, show me a metalhead, who can be indifferent when he listens to such ...
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Review: Sepultura “Quadra” [Nuclear Blast Records]

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For more than 30 years of existence Sepultura got through so many ups and downs it would have sufficed for dozen of bands. I’ll tell you more: another ...
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Review: Anvil “Legal At Last” [AFM Records]

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Lady Fortune hasn’t smiled a lot upon Canadians Anvil. For the 40 years of activity, 17 albums and countless shows they couldn’t reach the status that some bands ...
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Review: Serious Black “Suite 226” [AFM Records]

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Since their founding in 2014 Serious Black surprised with their fertility, releasing an album every year. It’s a lot, taking into account that some of the band’s members ...
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Interview: Laura from Burning Witches

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2019 was a busy and intense year for Burning Witches: they parted ways with their previous vocalist Seraina, found Laura from ShadowRise, performed at many festivals and worked ...
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Review: Hyperia “Insanitorium” [Sliptrick Records]

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There are not so much female fronted Thrash Metal bands. Somehow, historically, girls go to Symphonic Metal or straight to some extreme genres but for some reason they ...
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Review: Rat King “Vicious Inhumanity” [Within The Mind Records]

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Sometimes it happens when you find something horrid at first glance but somehow you can’t take your eyes of it? And the more you look at it, get ...
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Interview: Timo Rotten from OCEANS

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Oceans is the loudest debut in starting 2020 so far. A week ago their debut album The Sun And The Cold was released. When I listened to it, ...
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