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Whitesnake – Flesh and Blood

Some of you folks out there may not be as excited as I was when this one came across my desk (okay, my inbox). I can assure you, these fellows have not lost even a [Read »]

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Arch / Matheos – Winter Ethereal

Those of you who are firmly ensconced in the Fates Warning camp will doubtless have heard of these fellows by now. Winter Ethereal is the more-than-worthy follow-up to Sympathetic Resonance.  This slab is brought to [Read »]

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Possessed – Revelations Of Oblivion

If you want to start a nice discussion with some metal fans, meanwhile consuming some beer and enjoying nice music of course, you need to ask the question: ‘Who was the first band playing Death [Read »]

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Port Noir – The New Routine

Soldertalje, Sweden’s Port Noir have been knocking around for a few years already. After a few recordings over at Century Media Records, the trio have relocated Inside Out! I to will confess to some surprise [Read »]

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Maraton – Meta

I must confess to being pretty impressed with Oslo quintet Maraton and their Indie Recordings debut, Meta. I will tell you the main thing that I was impressed with; their energy. When I first queued [Read »]

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Entombed – Live Clandestine

What would be a more appropriate timing than getting some words jotted down on virtual paper about the new ENTOMBED release from Threeman Records than now? I’m waiting for my flight back to Denmark here [Read »]

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Lonely Robot – Under Stars

John Mitchell (Frost*, Kino, It Bites) has returned with the latest (third, I believe) from his brainchild Lonely Robot.  Mitchell is also the producer at Outhouse Studios, Reading, UK.  Under Stars is not bad – [Read »]

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Beheaded – Only Death Can Save You

Although I am an atheist, it breaks my heart to see flames destroying Notre-Dame and burning cultural heritage. As I have been watching live coverage from Paris during hours, I receive a message from Thomas [Read »]