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Show Review: Judas Priest at Grossinger Motor Arena, Bloomington IL 04/08/18

Heavy Metal in Illinois was alive and proud and a bit grey on the Night of April 8th, 2018 in the heart of Bloomington. I had taken a near two hour car ride to stay down there for the weekend hoping the trip was worth it for the show.  815 more words


Show Review: Saxon live at Reggies, Chicago IL 04/01/18

Banging drums, soaring guitars and…..Candy? That’s exactly what we got at the Saxon show on Easter Sunday in Chicago! First of all this goes with saying, this show was already going to be killer from the start. 727 more words


Welcome To Hell: Venom

Rating: 90%

The year was 1981, and with the release of their debut in December, Venom would take the world by sheer force. They rode the tide of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal before becoming a critical key element with the creation of many sub-genres of Heavy Metal. 302 more words

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Album Review- Saxon: Thunderbolt

Saxon are back with their twenty second studio effort entitled “Thunderbolt” and once again have brought another solid offering of Heavy Metal numbers that will please old school fans as well as newer fans of this generation. 466 more words


Samson - Survivors

I feel that it’s time to represent some more New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) and a perfect example of the genre would be Samson’s 1979 release… 483 more words


I've Got a Rampant What? or: Live at the Inferno (Eugeology Entry 49)


Inching closer, we’re at the penultimate position in this countdown. The last entry was okay. It was more a question to Eugene about why the album for me. 873 more words

Music Review

See You In Hell: Grim Reaper

Rating: 90%

In 1983, riding the New Wave of British Heavy Metal tide was the band called Grim Reaper with their debut release. Nowadays, not many people remember these guys unless their a die hard fan of Heavy Metal. 193 more words

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