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Works on Site

Works on site has started, while it doesn’t look like much trucks on site have arrived to take the soil samples prior to starting the major works, the luxury apartments will be completed in 2018 and will tie in with the already existing Beach Club and Gold Course.

(hed) p.e. : Forever!

2016

(hed) p.e. showed a lot of maturity on their prior album “Evolution” and this album takes the next step. This is a band that has really stepped up their game and has now released two consecutive great albums! 142 more words

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System of a Down announce European tour dates with Code Orange

System of a Down are hard at work on their next album and have at least 15 “worthy” tracks already set aside for possible inclusion. The alt-rockers are also prepping to hit the road for the first time this year, as they’ve just announced a batch of European tour dates. 180 more words

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Album Review: Emperor of Sand by Mastodon

Seminal American Heavy Metal act Mastodon release their seventh studio album, Emperor of Sand, on 31st March via Reprise Records. The concept and story in Emperor of Sand follows a desert wanderer who has been handed a death sentence. 421 more words

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Decyfer Down: Rearrange [Live @ City Rockfest 2017]

So, I was with a friend over the weekend for this particular concert in Elgin. It was the City Rockfest tour 2017 where a bunch of hard rock bands played including Decyfer Down. 23 more words

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Ratt - Lack Of Communication - Lay It Down - You're In Love - Round and Round

I’m dating myself, I used to like Ratt back in the day. There were worse bands, trust me…~TS

Live at The Pool Deck, Monsters of Rock Cruise Oct. 1, 2016

Music

ALBUM REVIEW: 'Lower The Bar' by Steel Panther

By all rights, Steel Panther shouldn’t have lasted as long as they have. While their 2009 debut Feel The Steel was inundated with acclaim for being a seamless parody of a band like Mötley Crüe, amplifying the most profane and chauvinistic impulses of hair-metal, it can feel like much of their career has been driven off that inertia, particularly when 2011’s Balls Out and 2014’s All You Can Eat failed to hit the mark. 694 more words

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