Author Archives: Kris Olle

Photographer, Musician, Scientist and Entrepreneur. Deeply in love with rock music and guitar riffs. Grown up on Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Scorpions, Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath.

Live Review: Helloween, Rage, COP UK

Is there life in the old Pumpkin? “Fuck yeah!” We went to celebrate German power-metal and re-live a bit of music history. We arrived early to the old and battered building of the O2 Forum is Kentish town. There were a pair of ticket sharks lingering around the box office trying to lure people to buy/sell tickets with not much ...

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SLAYER – the godfathers of Thrash Metal released their new single

The Californian thrash metal titans have released their first single ‘When The Stillness Comes’ from their upcoming album. Guitarist Kerry King explains that he was in a very vicious mood when the thought of the new track descended on him: We were touring Europe and we had a three-hour ride in some fucking minivan and I’m just miserable in the backseat, not into ...

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The Keepers of the Seven Keys are back!

Helloween the founding fathers of German melodic power metal are back with their 15th studio album My God-Given Right to be released on June 1st. The band has started their career 30 years ago and influenced the metal scene with their pioneering style of song writing and arrangements. For those who may not have heard of these fine musicians listening to ...

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Live Review: Therapy? – Triggerfinger – in Brighton

Everyone needs some Therapy?! As some of you may know the Threapy? Disquiet Tour has not had a smooth start due to Andy’s illness, therefore it has really started at the Concorde2 in Brighton 31th March. The Concorde 2 team delivered a smooth experience to both the audience and the musicians both sound and light wise. The first guest on ...

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On site activities at Download Announced

Have you ever dreamed of walking around at a festival with your skin oiled and wearing only speedos? This year you have got a chance as DOWNLOAD festival announced that their dress up theme is Pro-Wrestling. Giving a chance to people shine in their weird and wonderful WWE costumes and show of those beautiful tattoos that they have suffered for. ...

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