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Happiness by Steve Cutts

When someone has a burn-out there is a very high chance that his/her symptoms are the same as the one from someone else. Nevertheless causes, origins of burn-out can be very different. 89 more words

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Samhain Flash Fiction

This is a bit of a belated post, but I wanted to write this in order to commemorate my first published short story.

Leading up to Halloween this year there was a call for submissions for Three Drops from a Cauldron, a webzine by Three Drops Press. 348 more words

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Top METAL Album of 2017 

A new year is coming and it’s finishing this one, RokkersPress finally decided to put the 9 Best Metal album of 2017.

01) ACCEPT “THE RISE OF CHAOS” _ 87/100… 30 more words

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Grave Digger "HEALED BY METAL" (review)

A compact disc, thirty-five minutes smooth and enriched plutonium riff yarns that explodes in the interventions of the Chris Boltendahl stainless to the microphone. The titletrack, from which a video was made a lot of tamarro and pacchiano, immediately puts things straight: the Grave Digger are back and do not want to compromise. 284 more words

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Accept "THE RISE OF CHAOS" (review)

The opera is based mainly on fast episodes, not as in the album ‘Restless And Wild’ but still endowed with a good shot, like the emphatic ‘Die By The Sword’, the beaten ‘The Rise Of Chaos’, which for a few seconds, it defeats Thrash, the martial ‘No Regrets’ with its melodies and gearshifts, ‘What’s Done Is Done’ in which a long braided solo emerges, the anthemica ‘Carry The Weight’ and the incisive ‘Race To Extinction’. 225 more words

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Iced Earth "INCORRUPTIBLE" (review)

The proposed music is always the same, a granitic and very straight U.S. power metal with square rhythms and a muscularity more properly thrash (although in this album the lion’s share is the mid-tempo of heavy school) on which are grafted powerful melodies and a Trve attitude that fans really like. 328 more words

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Dragonforce "REACHING INTO INFINITY" (review)

With “Reaching into Infinity” the Dragonforce seem to have achieved something. That race apparently without a precise direction has found its meaning. It will not be the philosopher’s stone that will allow the English to reach and found a new (sub) musical genre, something that for some has been done long ago with all the ingenuity of the case, but undoubtedly we are facing a mature work, well structured, well produced by the inexhaustible Jens Bogren and inviting us to observe this band under sometimes foreseeable and sometimes unprecedented perspectives. 271 more words

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