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Good Bye to One of My Favorite Heavy Metal Bands, Manowar

I’ve been into Manowar since 1988 when the “Kings of Metal” was released and I was 11 years old. I was blown away by heavy riffs used by Ross the Boss, the vocals of Eric Adams. 261 more words

Heavy Metal

Sting of the Bumblebee, Manowar (1988)

Sting of the Bumblebee, Manowar (1988)
Kings of Metal
Bassist: Joey DeMaio

This bass solo by Joey DeMaio, from Manowar’s sixth album, is based on Flight of the Bumblebee, an orchestral interlude written by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov for the opera ‘The Tale of Tsar Saltan’. 17 more words

Classic Tracks

Album Review: Grand Magus - "Sword Songs"

As their career has worn on, Stockholm-based Grand Magus have morphed from a relatively standard old-school doom metal outfit steeped in the aesthetics and lyrical themes of Norse mythology into a leaner, meaner beast that combines aspects of NWOBHM, traditional heavy metal, and some slivers of speed metal. 756 more words


The Triumph of Steel: Manowar

Rating: 90%

In 1992, after a line up change, Manowar released it’s seventh album “The Triumph of Steel.” The album featured vocalist Eric Adams, Joey DeMaio on all sorts of bass guitars. 681 more words


Manowar - L'hymne bulgare en dark metal !

Allez, un peu de dynamisme pour se réveiller de bon matin. Мила Родино (Mon Cher Pays), l’hymne bulgare, dans un contexte peu ordinaire.

Fallait oser. Sur La TitZik, on n’ose pas tout de peur d’être reconnus, mais on ose quand même. :)