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Quickies: Big news from Century Media, Sanctuary's new guitarist, and more!

Only one more work day stands between me and… Behemoth (and friendship. Happy, Dan?). Hmmm. This is a good situation.

  • Some really depressing news to start off this Wednesday.
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Arch Enemy - O2 Academy Newcastle

Swedish rockers, Arch Enemy featuring Jeff Loomis from Nevermore, and fronted by Alissa White-Gluz. Gluz lead the band through a set comprising of tracks like, “You Will Know My Name,” and “As The Pages Burn,” from the band’s latest album War Eternal, along with old favorites like the riff-heavy “My Apocalypse,” and “Nemesis.” The crowd was loving every moment, with their fists pumping into the air in unison as they hung on every word of, “One For All.” 60 more words

Concert Reviews

The Hour That Changed My Life (Part 1)

This upcoming series of posts is inspired by a column in a popular music magazine here in our country. Since I don’t see this column anymore in that mag, I thought of creating my own out of nostalgia :P In that column, music personalities are being asked to give out the songs that had the greatest impact in their lives. 303 more words


--Fall 2014 Concert Recap: Pentagram, Carcass, Arch Enemy

–Fall 2014 Concert Recap: Pentagram, Carcass, Arch Enemy

Yes, I know. This post is a long time coming, and sometimes it’s better never than late. Wait, that’s not quite right. 1,457 more words

Concert Reviews

Album Review: The Agonist - EYE OF PROVIDENCE

Matt Albers

In March 2014, metal fans across the world were shocked to hear that after thirteen years, Angela Gossow was stepping down from her role as vocalist… 1,465 more words

Album Review


Have you seen this video that’s beginning to cause commotion online? I won’t say its gone viral yet but it looks like its on its way there and if you haven’t seen it yet then perhaps you should.  316 more words


Female Fronted Rockbands Week: Remembering the Fallen

It’s all well and good highlighting these bands with shiny new material incoming this year, but some of the best female voices in rock have fallen silent, whether through lineup changes, retirement or death. 556 more words