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

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Review: Ace Frehley “Origins Vol.2” [eOne/SPV]

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This year a couple of cover albums were released. In June Bobby “Blitz” and Mike Portnoy joined forces in BPMD project, revisiting some American rock classics and earlier ...
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Review: Heathen “Empire Of The Blind” [Nuclear Blast Records]

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There is an old horror movie “Sometimes They Come Back”, based on the short story of Stephen King. This name is quite matching for some bands, which are ...
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Review: Raven “Metal City” [Steamhammer/SPV]

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Unlike Judas Priest and Iron Maiden, Raven are not quite considered as Heavy Metal and NWOBHM icons, though there were all conditions for it: Raven was formed more ...
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Review: Varg “Zeichen” [Napalm Records]

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The last Varg‘s album Das Ende aller Lügen was released four years ago, in 2016. In this time the band released EP Götterdämmerung, changed the line-up and revisited ...
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Review: Fleetburner “Fleetburner” [Butler Records]

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The history of Fleetburner, a new international project from guitarist and songwriter Kevin Storm starts in 2018 when he recorded an album in two months. At the same ...
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Review: Neon Angel “Neon Light District” [Sliptrick Records]

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The number of bands that play 80s Hard Rock or AOR if you want, becomes bigger and bigger these days. Though, why should musicians get back to the ...
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Review: Zakk Sabbath “Vertigo” [Magnetic Eye Records]

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Besides Black Label Society and the solo project Zakk Wylde also plays in tribute band Zakk Sabbath. Until quite recently it was a live band with the only ...
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Review: En Minor “When The Cold Truth Has Worn Its Miserable Welcome Out” [Season Of Mist]

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At his age of 52 Philip Anselmo already founded or participated in more than 20 bands and projects, not including Pantera: from world-wide famous like Down to some ...
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Review: Airforce “Strike Hard” [Pitch Black Records]

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British Heavy Metal band Airforce exists since the middle 80s in one form or another, yet the band’s discography is extremely short. Seems like musicians want to fix ...
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Review: Nocturn “Like A Seed Of Dust” [Sliptrick Records]

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Nocturn is a young band from France, which blend symphony, Death Metal, Black Metal and many other elements in their music. The band’s debut album named Like A ...
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Review: Nonexist “Like The Fearless Hunter” [Mighty Music]

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For 20 years of existence Swedish Thrash/Death Metal band Nonexist released a couple of albums, EPs and even split up, fully according to the name. However, the band ...
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Review: Grumpynators “Still Alive” [Mighty Music]

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What will happen if musicians from different scenes – Rockabilly, Heavy Metal and Hard Rock – will team up in one band? Dutch Grumpynators state it will be ...
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Review: Töxik Death “Sepulchral Demons” [High Roller Records]

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Norwegian Old School Thrash Metal band Töxik Death was formed in far 2003 but its discography is quite short (this happens quite often with the underground bands): a ...
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