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Book Review: "A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll" by Nancy Lee Andrews

For Christmas last year, my daughter gave me a gift certificate for The Fest for Beatles Fans. My intent was to use the certificate to actually go to the fest, but sometimes life has other plans for us, so instead, I headed over to the fest online store and bought myself a copy of a book I’ve been wanting for a long time… 375 more words

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In Hearts Wake To Release Deluxe Edition Of “Ark”

In Hearts Wake will be releasing a deluxe edition of “Ark” on June 8, via UNFD. This edition will feature some new versions of tracks with guest vocals from Thy Art Is Murder’s CJ McMahon and Dream State’s CJ Gilpin. 74 more words


Morbid Angel Release Two-Disc Digipack Edition Of “Kingdoms Disdained”

Morbid Angel have released a new two-disc digipack edition of “Kingdoms Disdained” via Silver Lining Music. This version features the original album and a bonus disc with seven instrumental demo tracks that were previously only available as part of the deluxe box set. 59 more words


JBJ Unveils 'New Moon' Concept Photos for Donghan & Hyunbin

JBJ has unveiled their first set of concept photos for their upcoming deluxe edition album, “New Moon.”

The members featured in this round are… 21 more words


Megadeth Announce Deluxe Reissue Of “Killing Is My Business…And Business Is Good!”

Megadeth will be releasing a deluxe, remixed and remastered edition of their 1985 album “Killing Is My Business…And Business Is Good!” on June 8. This version of the effort, which is titled “Killing Is My Business…And Business Is Good – The Final Kill,“ has be remixed by Mark Lewis and remastered by Ted Jensen. 168 more words


Madness • Absolutely, 7 [CD]

Two more masterly remastered and expanded reissues from MADNESS, and once again, their new parent label Salvo does a fantastic job. Absolutely and 7… 338 more words


Don Diablo Launches “Future – Deluxe Edition” With New Single ‘Believe’

Dutch hero Don Diablo recently dropped his second album Future, to great acclaim. The eclectic blend of tracks featured a slew of stunning vocals, with styles ranging from future pop to future house, giving him his first  207 more words