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Legendary Death Metal Icons MORBID ANGEL Announce US Tour; “Kingdoms Disdained” To Be Released On Limited Edition Vinyl For Record Store Day

Legendary death metal icons MORBID ANGEL will be kicking off a US headlining tour this spring, in support of their critically-lauded studio album, Kingdoms Disdained, released in December via Silver Lining Music. Slated to commence on April 16th and run ...

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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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Frequency Drift to Release “Letters to Maro” April 13th via Gentle Art of Music

The ghosts, the ghosts…  The things you cannot leave behind, the things that remain. Oftentimes it is only thoughts – indeed ghosts – that remind you of what once was. Through detailed compositions, enthusiastic melodies and, last but not least, ...

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SLAYER Announces Second North American Leg Of Their Farewell Tour

SLAYER has announced the second North American leg of its final world tour, set to kick off on Thursday, July 26 at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire. The tour will travel to 20 cities over ...

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KAMELOT Premiere First Track & Lyric Video For “RavenLight”

KAMELOT are one of metal’s most unique, influential and prestigious acts that blends symphonic metal, prog, power metal and world music – so it comes as little surprise that the whole metal world is holding its breath in anticipation of ...

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Saxon – Thunderbolt (Album Review)

One of the most resilient metal bands in the scene, Saxon is back with a new album, entitled Thunderbolt. After two excellent efforts, Sacrifice (2013) and Battering Ram (2015), expectations were high for their new record, and they surely lived ...

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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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