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Doom Over London VI, News, October 2015

Following on from last years storming day long two stage event, we are proud to announce Doom Over London 2016 – The Sixth Edition. Expanded to take in three stages across two days, with an exclusive single stage preshow on the first day.

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Steve Hackett Announce Release of Premonitions – News, October 2015

Prog rock pioneer Steve Hackett has announced the release ‘Premonitions – The Charisma Recordings 1975-1983’, a comprehensive reissue project that includes his first 6 albums on the Charisma label, together with a wealth of previously unavailable recordings as well as remixes by Steven Wilson. ‘Premonitions’ is released on 16th October by Universal Music Catalogue/Virgin.

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Tax The Heat Sings to Nuclear Blast

2015 has been an intense year for Bristol’s rising stars Tax The Heat. Following the release of two critically acclaimed singles “Fed The Lions” and “Highway Home” (both of which were playlisted across rock radio – A listed on Planet Rock) the band have cemented their live reputation by supporting the likes of Cadillac 3, Reef, The Graveltones, Black Star Riders, Masters Of Reality, Virginmarys and Thunder and festival appearances such as 2000 Trees, Download and Calling. The bands unique blend of classic blues driven rock with a modern alternative twist winning them a legion of fans.

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FATES WARNING Kick Off North American Tour

Last week, progressive Metal legends FATES WARNING released a 3 CD/DVD expanded edition of their critically acclaimed 1997 release “A Pleasant Shade of Gray” on Metal Blade Records. “A Pleasant Shade of Gray” is a single song that is divided into twelve tracks. The album is notable for its darker mood and mixture of progressive rock and metal with hints of industrial, classical, and psychedelia.

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DESTRAGE release video to showcase new custom Cort guitar

Milan, Italy’s DESTRAGE have just returned home from a successful performance at the Euroblast Festival in Koln, Germany (photos on facebook HERE) and are excited to get to work on their follow up to Are You Kidding Me? No.