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Jurga Kalinauskaite

Photographer, journalist, curious wanderer.

Seprevation – Consumed

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Consumed’ by @Seprevation If you feel like listening to some fresh death/thrash metal with a hint of old school sound, I have something to recommend to you. Formed in 2011, Seprevation, a four piece from Bristol are set to  release their first full-length album, ‘Consumed‘. ‘Consumed’ is …

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Frostbitten Kingdom – The Winter War Symphony

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘The Winter War Symphony’ by Frostbitten Kingdom. It is really hard to find your own way and sound in music these days. But it is always worth keep trying. That’s what I think when I listen to Finnish metallers Frostbitten Kingdom. Since the very beginning this band has been trying …

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Aborted – The Necrotic Manifesto

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC review ‘The Necrotic Manifesto’ by @abortedmetal released via @centurymedia Aborted is not the kind of death metal band that simply blends in among the others. These guys from Belgium definitely have something of their own and that hasn’t faded away during their 19 years in existence (even with lineup changes and the …

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Killgasm – A Stab in the Heart of Christ

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘A Stab in the Heart of Christ’ by Killgasm released via Moribund Records. This year looks quite productive and May is no exception. Yet another band from sunny California, USA, Killgasm, are already releasing their second full-length album. I must admit, I was intrigued by the name as …

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Vader – Tibi Et Igni

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ”Tibi Et Igni’ by @vaderband released via @nuclearblasteu Hailing from Poland, these recognizable death metal legends will never get old. Playing already for 31 years now, Vader storm out again and releases new album, called ‘Tibi Et Igni‘. An attention catching album title ‘Tibi Et Igni’, a …

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Kvelertak interview with Erlend Hjelvik – April, 2014

Norwegian black’n’roll metal team Kvelertak have just finished their UK tour. I had possibility to catch them in Glasgow, where they gave us an ass-kicking show. During the chat just before the gig, the band’s vocalist Erlend Hjelvik shared his thoughts about the concerts, music and owls. So, how are …

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Kvelertak – The Cathouse, Glasgow – 22/04/2014

.@Kvelertak , @woundsband and @empressad show in Glasgow reviewed by @AnybodyBC for @Planetmosh Tuesday, the 22nd of May, the day just after the long Easter weekend, when everybody’s getting back to work and  still not feeling in the mood for the return to the grind. Oh well, Glaswegians had a …

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Arkona interview with Masha “Scream” – April 2014

Arkona is definitely one of the most remarkable metal bands from Russia. Those who have seen these pagan metallers in their boiling energetic live shows, know that this is something hard to forget. The same goes for their music and to prove that once again, Arkona is presenting the new …

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Death – Leprosy (reissue)

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Leprosy’ reissue set by .@DeathOfficial released via .@RelapseRecords This band needs no introduction. As death metal pioneers, they grew with each of their albums and formed a huge base of fans that endures even after their leader’s death. Yes, I am talking about Chuck Schuldiner and Death. …

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Insomnium – Shadows of the Dying Sun

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Shadows of the Dying Sun’ by @insomniumband released via @centurymedia on 28th April Alive and kicking since 1997, Finnish melodic death metallers from Joensuu are releasing their new studio album, called ‘Shadows of the Dying Sun‘. It is the 6th Insomnium album, which is the actual ‘Ephemeral’ …

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Dynazty – Renatus

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Renatus’ by @dynaztyband released via @SpinefarmINT Scandinavians are undoubtedly a great influence in the rock and metal scene and when it comes to Sweden there are plenty of names that spring to your mind. Well, I would like to add another one, Dynazty. They are a heavy metal/hard rock team …

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Prong with Klogr – The Cathouse, Glasgow – 01/04/2014

.@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews @prongmusic and @klogrmusic gig in Glasgow They say it was the day of the fools and jokes. Well, I say, that it was the day when two metal teams from two different continents stormed The Cathouse in Glasgow. No kidding! The first band of the evening, Italian …

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Sebastian Bach – Give ‘Em Hell

Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Give ‘Em Hell’ by @sebastianbach released via @FrontiersRec on 22nd of April If you are in to 80-90’s rock music, then you don’t need an introduction to  Sebastian Bach. For those who are not into this type of music: he is a remarkable lead singer (ex-Skid Row, …

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Mountainside – Solitary, Poor, Nasty, Brutish, and Short

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Solitary, Poor, Nasty, Brutish, and Short’ by Mountainside Some bands make an album every year or every second year. Well, not in the case of Mountainside. It’s almost six years since they released ‘All About Time’. In a DIY way, during all that time, band was not …

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Harlott – Origin

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Origin’ by @HarlottOfficial If you feel like you’re missing some new/old groove thrash metal, I have something to recommend for you. With their very first full-length album ‘Origin’, four-piece Australian band Harlott confidently step up to the plate and introduce themselves to the metal scene. Formed not so …

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Autopsy – Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves

 @Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Tourniquets, Hacksaws & Graves’ by Autopsy released on .@PeacevilleRecs If there is anything good comming out in USA death metal camp this year, then it is going to be Autopsy. After the reunion in 2009, band became very active releasing EPs, full-length albums and compilations each year, not …

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Jenx revisited by Lyynk – Drift

@AnybodyBC reviews Drift by .@JENXNOISE out February 8 on M-Tronic for @Planetmosh It’s not the first time a metal band has attempted the electro deconstruction of their music. Usually these experiments are like marmite too, receiving opinions from ‘why did they do that? They ruined everything’ to the ‘masterpiece’. Experimenting is …

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Combichrist – We Love You

@AnybodyBC reviews We Love You by .@combichristarmy out March 21 on @outofline for @Planetmosh The first time I heard that Combichrist was going to release a new album with the quite interesting title ‘We Love You‘, was in the end of 2013, when Andy LaPlegua and Joe Letz had their …

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Crowbar – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow – 09/03/2014

@planetmosh reviews .@crowbarmusic and .@Dripback live in Glasgow – review by @AnybodyBC If there is one rainy day in between two sunny days that is a common thing in Glasgow. Even more common is a great concert on that rainy Glaswegian day.  So here we were at the start of …

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Kari Rueslåtten – Time To Tell

Kari Rueslåtten is Norwegian music artist known both as a solo artist and as a member of  Storm and The 3rd and the Mortal. Together with these projects she has released three albums and five albums as solo musician. It was a break of almost nine years when she decided …

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