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Live Review – Avatar, Manchester Academy

Avatar, no not the film, it’s the crazy Sweedish band and tonight they invade Manchester. A circus theme intro song is played, one by one members of Avatar appear on stage and take position, waiting for the leader to arrive. Johannes makes his entrance onto the stage, The band play ‘Let it burn‘ and the crowd went insane, not normal insane ...

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Review: Whitesnake – Live in ’84 / Back To The Bone

Available in a deluxe version and with a DVD courtesy of Frontiers Records the latest live offering from the Whitesnake franchise digs deep, taking us back to what is in hindsight a transitory period. The photos capture five men who’ve had their first proper haircut since they left school, all decked out in black leather. It doesn’t look right, and ...

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Review: Jimmy Barnes – Hindsight

Hardly a household name in the UK, Scottish-born singer Jimmy Barnes has clocked up 14 number one albums in Australia, four of them fronting rock band Cold Chisel. To those who’ve heard the name but not the voice he’s the guy AC/DC considered as a replacement for Bon Scott; but then decided another drinker with an even wilder reputation might ...

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Anthrax to release new DVD ‘Chile On Hell’

ANTHRAX are back with a new concert DVD ‘Chile On Hell’. The DVD was filmed at the Teatro Caupolican in Santiago, Chile on May 10, 2013 and features ANTHRAX performing an extended set that featured songs from the band’s entire catalogue. Fans can get a taster of the forthcoming release as the band have premiered a live video for ‘In ...

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Avatar UK Tour Announced

It’s been an interesting year. Especially with Avatar. Storming the UK and World touring, big festivals, new fresh songs with a fantastic album. Now they are back in the UK this November to carry on ‘Hailing The Apocalypse‘. Dominating the sound waves, with ‘Hail The Apocalypse‘ reaching the top 100 in the US Billboard entry, and playing at such festivals ...

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ANTHRAX release ‘Chile On Hell’ DVD + 2CD on October 20th

October 20th will see the release of Anthrax ‘Chile On Hell’ DVD + 2CD. The live-in-concert DVD was filmed at the Teatro Caupolican in Santiago, Chile on May 10, 2013 and features Anthrax performing an extended set that featured songs from the band’s entire catalogue. ‘Chile On Hell’ will be available on DVD and Blu-ray and 2 live CDs and ...

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Review: Slash – World on Fire

‘World On Fire’ is the third solo album from British-American rock legend SLASH. This 17-track album is set to indeed follow in the footsteps of previously released critically acclaimed ‘Apocalyptic Love’. The album is released via Slash’s label Dik Hayd International, and then distributed through Roadrunner Records This will be the second release that this line-up has produced an album together ...

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Army of Three Coming Your Way –Young Blues Rock Sensations Virgil & The Accelerators’ New Album & Tour

Photo by by Will Ireland Virgil & The Accelerators are set to release a brand new studio album ‘Army of Three’ on Monday 6th October via Mystic Records that will dovetail alongside the band’s nationwide tour.  The band will also support the release of the album with a single and accompanying promotional video ‘All Night Long’. ‘Army of Three’ is ...

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Theory Of A Deadman collaborate with Alice Cooper on new track ‘Savages’

Canadian post-grunge veterans Theory Of A Deadman have teamed up with shock-rock icon Alice Cooper on their latest single ‘Savages’. The single is produced by Howard Benson, who has previously worked with the likes of Bon Jovi, Black Stone Cherry and Halestorm. The track can be streamed on the band’s YouTube channel, which you can find by clicking here: ‘Savages’ ...

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Review: Suicide Silence – You Can’t Stop Me

Suicide Silence are an American band from Riverside, California. Formed in 2002, and specialise in death core. They actually started out as a side project as all the members were actually in other bands at the time and their sound when they started out was more of a sludgy nature, unlike the extreme death core they now play. Not without ...

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