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The Rise Of Mbwana Samatta

If you follow me on twitter (@QPR_PROCTER) then you will know that i rave on about the Tanzanian International Mbwana Samatta. And you may or may not know that he has finally made his big money move to Europe after another great season for TP Mazembe helping them to win the African Champions League scoring a floury of goals. 237 more words


Canadian Beats - Striker - Stand In The Fire (Record Breaking Records)

If you are a metal head of any breed find this album and rock out to it, because it is honestly too good to pass up, seriously Striker fu*king killed it this time around, and to repeat what everyone on YouTube is saying “This is some NEXT LEVEL SHIT”.



OUT NOW! STRIKER Unleash New Album 'Stand In The Fire'; European Tour Dates w/ Primal Fear

(contact info below)


Montreal, QC – February 5, 2016

Album Promo Request here.

For Fans of Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Enforcer, Skullfist, Steelwing… 637 more words

Music News

Daniel Sturridge suffers vocal cord strain after speaking out against critics

Liverpool have confirmed today that Daniel Sturridge has strained his vocal cords after speaking out against the criticism he has received this season.

The striker recently hit back at reports questioning his desire to play through injuries, which have blighted his season. 106 more words


Fox Force Five News -Striker - Stand In The Fire (Record Breaking Records)

Stand In The Fire (2016) is unique, technical, fast, and sentimental and every key element needed in a great metal album was met. If this is the kind of music 2016 has in store for us, then this is going to be a fucking great year. 25 more words


Radamel Falcao - The Man that Nobody Wants.

He was once regarded as one of the most lethal strikers in World Football, but the name Radamel Falcao is increasingly becoming a conduit for ridicule and in a very short space of time the Colombian international has become something of a laughing stock, as his reputation as one of finest finishers in the game falls into obscurity. 904 more words