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CASKET FEEDER

CASKET FEEDER mix murky death metal and vicious hardcore to great effect!

British death metal scumbags Casket Feeder have cursed us yet again and brought misery to the world by means of this wicked 5-track EP of theirs bearing the charming title that is Scalps. Following last year’s Venomous Tongues EP, Scalps is basically more of the same, but delivered with even more conviction and spite compared to earlier on. The way ...

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Extreme & Dan Reed Network – Live Birmingham 02 Academy, 17th December 2017

It’s fair to say that back in the day all those pretty boy rockers in their skin-tight jeans never conceived of a time they’d be shaving their heads to make them look rugged enough to avoid accusations of premature balding, likewise if truth be told there are ladies who once fitted into a dress size smaller but here they all ...

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ZZ TOP Ramblin Man Fair

Ramblin Man Fair 2017 – The Full Report

FRIDAY After the syrupy Graham Bonnet Band (who got things going early at around 4pm Friday with a great set of recognisable toons — what a fab start!) we careened with sufficient buzziness straight into a sizzling set from the unbelievably-wunderbar! American rockers Last in Line (the original line-up of Dio) with the terrifically cool Viv and Vinnie who brought shouts of joy ...

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Dan Reed Network announced as support for Extreme

The Dan Reed Network are to be special guests on a UK tour taking place this coming December, headed by fellow funk rockers Extreme. “Dan Reed Network is honoured to be touring with Extreme this December in the UK,” frontman Dan Reed has revealed as they release a music video for their new single ‘Infected‘, taken from the reformed band’s recent ...

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Review: Extreme – Pornograffitti (25th Anniversary Edition)

Even 25 years on, it’s hard to imagine Extreme’s unlikely success. Well, it isn’t as they were still riding on the last hurrah of ‘hair’ rock before grunge crashed the party. Even so Extreme had a wide plethora of styles and most of them can be head on this album. Opener ‘Decadence Dance’ is sort of the ‘go to’ track ...

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