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Soldier-Defiant Review


Formed during the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Soldier are a band that should have hit the big time, with their big vocal lines, crunching guitar riffs and downright epic songs. 397 more words


Balls To The Wall: Accept

Rating: 90%

In 1983, Accept released their successful album “Balls To The Wall.” This album also came with lots controversy from critics, as many deemed the album’s content as homoerotic.   261 more words

Heavy Metal

Angel Witch - August 2017 - Newcastle Riverside - PHOTO FEATURE

Angel Witch
August 2017 – Newcastle Riverside

On tour with Electric Wizard!

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Angel Witch – Riverside Newcastle – August 2017… 171 more words


Headbanging Highlight of The Week: Jaguar- Power Games

Welcome back for another Headbanging Highlight of the Week! Well Frost and Fire in Ventura California is only a month and a half away and i’m gearing up big time to see some of the best of the best from today and yesterday. 352 more words


"British Steel- The Rising Force of British Heavy Metal" compilation to be released in September

As a heavy metal fan, the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal will always be one of the most important movements in the genre’s history. However in the modern day we see yet another legion of young and hungry bands coming from Britain and that is exactly what this compilation is all about. 135 more words


Powerslave: Iron Maiden

Rating: 100%

1984’s Iron Maiden release “Powerslave” is the album that got me into Maiden. I loved every song on this album when I first heard it back in 1985. 186 more words

Heavy Metal

E.P Review: Rock Goddess- It's More Than Rock N Roll

“It’s More Than Rock N Roll” is the brand new E.P by classic Heavy Metal trio Rock Goddess and was released May 19th, 2017. This marks a long comeback for the band since it is their first time releasing new music since their 1987 album “Young and Free”. 405 more words