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Sebastien – Dark Chambers of Deja Vu Review

As exciting as it can be to hear a long awaited new album from a longtime favorite band, especially one that lives up to expectations, it can sometimes be even more exciting to hear a debut from a band previously never even knew existed, and be blown away by it. That is what happened to me in late 2010, when I first heard Tears of White Roses by Sebastien.

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Soilwork – The Ride Majestic Review

These Swedish Melodic Death Metallers have maintained a strong quality within their twenty-year career. Despite going through a few different lineup changes, including the latest Ola Flink’s departure from the group in June, they have evolved. Known for incorporating the traditional Melodic Death Metal style with elements of Metalcore has made them a distinctive act. Celebrating twenty years strong as a band since their formation in 1995, it was time for the tenth studio album, The Ride Majestic.

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Mike Tramp – Nomad Review

Mike Tramp, Danish born (Michael Trempenau), for those who don’t know has been around for a very long time. Trempenau started his musical career singing in Vesterbro Ungdomsgård, a youth group club in Copenhagen, and appears on their first album: Vi lever på Vesterbro (1974). In 1976, Trempenau, now known professionally as Tramp, joined the pop band ”Mabel” as the lead singer.

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Vintage Trouble – 1 Hopeful Road Review

For those of you not yet accustomed to the delights of Vintage Trouble, I’m sorry to say for the past four years you’ve been missing out on something monumentally unique. The best way to describe the band, well, imagine James Brown fronting Led Zeppelin, or better still, Sam Cooke belting out Rolling Stones classics – got the picture?

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City Of Thieves – Incinerator Review

Incinerator is the debut EP from London based rockers City Of Thieves. This 4 piece outfit promise much and deliver much much more. Outstanding! If you like your rock ballsy, loud with attitude think Airbourne on steroids, then this is definitely the goods for you?

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Empire Of Fools – Devil Inside Review

EMPIRE OF FOOLS have established themselves as a dynamic live act and continue to “wow” audiences with their energetic pulsating powerful performances. The 3 piece melodic hard rock band from Devon UK latest offering is an Mini Album entitled Devil Inside this is just a taster of what the band have to offer,and there will be much more to come from these melodic rockers with all sorts of exciting things happening as they are currently being supported by “BBC Introducing” with radio airplay and live sessions.

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Madame Mayhem – Now You Know Review

Madame Mayhems Now You Know the brand new album from Manhattan born singer song writer Madame Mayhem. The gorgeous and extremely talented artists latest offering is sure to turn some heads, if not for her vocal range and in your face delivery then the amazing talent on show through the album.

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Casablanca – Miskatonic Grafitti Review

  Released by: Despotz Records Release date: 25 September 2015 Genre: Rock Links: Facebook   Lineup: Anders Ljung (Space Age Baby Jane) – Vocals Josephine Forsman (Sahara Hotnights) – Drums Erik Almström (Bullet) – Guitar Ryan Roxie (Alice Cooper, Slash’s Snakepit ) – Guitar Erik Stenemo (Melody Club) – Guitar Mats Rubarth – Bass   […]