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Dorothy Raises Hell in Kansas City

  The evening before March Madness kicks off is usually preceded by a lot of drinking. While some major roads in downtown Kansas City were closed in preparation, many people found their way to the recordBar to catch a little ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day One

As we are walking into the port, getting our passports ready there’s tons of metalheads waiting in line ahead to go through customs and ready to begin their journey on board! For some this is their first time and others ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day Two

This was the start of pure exhaustion, with only 1-2 hours of sleep we got up early to have some breakfast at the Windjammer and catch up with some of the bands performing. My husband who was one of the ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day Three

11:30 am, and the sunlight was already peeking through the curtains. It must have been quite bright, since none of us woke up in an earlier time. We got up quickly got ready with a ton of sunblock, quick breakfast ...

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Metal Fest In The Caribbean Seas: A Chronicle Of The 70,000 Tons Of Metal 2018 Cruise – Day Four

With a coffee mug in my hand and my sleep slippers, I quickly went to go see Seven Kingdoms who was performing in The Alhambra theater. A lot of Floridians, including myself are already familiar with the band since they ...

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Baby Metal World Tour 2018

J-Pop, heavy metal band Baby Metal have announced their tour dates for 2018, ending with an appearance at Rock on the Range, in North America. Given the small number of shows, and lack of coastal cities, middle America is getting a ...

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Eric Johnson Brings His Guitar Poetry And Shimmering Crystalline Tone To The The Amaturo Theater

Eric Johnson could not be farther away from the stereotypical image of the guitar god. There’s no bombastic, larger-than-life, whirlwind-type of personality in him. And truth is that he doesn’t need any of those additaments. Back in 1986, when he ...

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Sabaton Brings The Last Tour to Kansas City

More nasty weather in the morning brought some doubt as to whether the show would happen, but it’s going to take more than a little bit of ice to stop a group of ravenous metal fans, and some Swedish Pagans. With ...

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SONS OF APOLLO floods the Magic City Casino with an unrelenting display of ass-kicking, cohesive and crushing “psychotic symphonies”

The time has come to write a review for the SONS OF APOLLO show held at the pre-cruise party for the Monster Of Rock Cruise, the one which sets sail less than a week after Cruise to the Edge is ...

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“Vista Kicks” it into High Gear

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, Ice Storms are Dumb, but These Bands Rule     Who else is super sick of this winter crap? I am so tired of having to scrape my windows, bundle up, and nearly break ...

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