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Bloodstock 2019

BLOODSTOCK: Aborted, Skeletal Remains, The Lazys & more!

Bloodstock is on the warpath in becoming the best metal festival on the surface of this spinning rock through space. Seven more bands have been added to the line-up, and we think you’re going to like ‘em. If you don’t know by now, here’s a little reminder of who you should be pumped as fudge to go and see. Belgian death ...

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Possessed reveal new album ‘Revelations Of Oblivion’

One of the pioneering names in death-metal, Possessed, has revealed more information on their new album ‘Revelations Of Oblivion’. This is their first album in 3 decades and will be released on May 10th via Nuclear Blast. To mark the release, Possessed have also revealed the video for their new track ‘No More Room In Hell’. (below): Jeff Becerra, the ...

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King King

King King Surprise Drummer Change

In a surprise announcement King King has announced the acquisition of a new face will be seen seated behind the band’s drum kit. Andrew Scott replaces Wayne Proctor, who had been with the band since their debut album. Scott hails from Scotland but has spread his wings being a graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA and ...

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A New Revenge

A New Revenge – Never Let You Go

Los Angeles based band A New Revenge has released a new video and single in ‘Never Let You Go‘, ahead of their debut album Enemies & Lovers through Golden Robot Records. Featuring an all-star classic line-up of Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens, Rudy Sarzo, James Kottak and Keri Kelli, the latter i commented on Enemies & Lovers: “It’s been a long time ...

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Erja Lyytinen

Lyytinen’s Other World

Currently on tour through the UK, European Blues Award winner Erja Lyytinen releases her new studio album Another World on 26th April through Tuohi Records. “The album title is the idea of stepping into a new territory, musically and spiritually,” explains Lyytinen. “Walking towards a new land of musical ideas, not being afraid to express myself. This album is open-minded, curious and empowering.” Her previous album, 2017’s ...

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Mord'A'Stigmata

Mord’A’Stigmata set to release Dreams of Quiet Places 

Mord’A’Stigmata release Dreams of Quiet Places on 4th April through Pagan Records. The band’s fifth full-length album, it follows 2017’s Hope and feature a pseudonymous line-up in Ion (Voice & bass), Static (Guitar & synthesisers), Golem XIV (Guitar) and Ygg (Drums). The band formed in 2004 as part of Poland’s black metal underground scene, albeit their intention being to avoid stylistic limitations. ...

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Hellyeah release ‘333’ featuring Vinnie Paul’s final recordings

Alt-metal super-group Hellyeah have revealed the video for their new track, ‘333’, which features on their upcoming album – the last performance by late drummer Vinnie Paul. Check out the video below: Vocalist Chad Gray had this to say: “Vinnie originally came up with the idea for ‘333’”, says singer Chad Gray. “A lot of people may think Vinnie was just a ...

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Erja Lyytinen

Erja Lyytinen March UK Tour

Following concerts last November, European Blues Award winner Erja Lyytinen returns to the UK in March for a 12 date tour. Tickets for all dates are available at Solid Entertainments and from the Box Office (no booking fee) by calling 01472 349 222 (Mon-Fr: 9am-5pm). Lyytinen’s new studio album will be released on Tuohi Records later in the year. It has been preceded by ...

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Healthy Junkies

Healthy Junkies’ Delerious Dream

Running away from Paris in search of a rock ‘n’ roll rite of passage, glamorous rebel Nina Courson ended up in London where she met up with Phil-Honey-Jones, guitarist in psychedelic rock outfit Nurotica, and they ended up forming Healthy Junkies, a name taken as a reaction to the proliferation of pharmaceutical medications such as Prozac being over-proscribed by doctors. ...

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The Curse of Lono

The Curse of Lono

Taking their name from a book by Hunter S. Thompson, London-based five piece rock band Curse of Lono have a sound that’s been described as “harmony-laden Americana with driving, gothic alt-rock”. Two albums into a career, and fronted by former Hey Negrita vocalist/guitarist Felix Bechtolsheimer, they are also the stars of their own multi-award nominated documentary Somewhere In Their Heads, their songs ...

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