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Hell’s Gazelles – Hell’s Gazelles EP

Hell’s Gazelles are a young band from Oxford. The members are Cole Bryant -Vocals, Nath Digman- Guitar, Dan Podbery – Bass and Luke Evans -Drums. This EP is their first recorded output. It blasts into your ears with the aural assault of Intro, a 45-second burst of drums and heavy …

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Eternal Champion – The Armor of Ire

Eternal Champion hail from Austin Texas and formed in December 2012, now they unleash their debut full length ‘The Armor Of Ire‘ in a blaze of classic heavy metal with a fantasy twist. This album follows on from 2015’s well received split with Gatekeeper, a single and a demo. The opening track …

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Grand Magus – Triumph And Power

Thundering in from Sweden comes album number seven from Grand Magus, the band that personifies the embodiment of true heavy metal spirit. Formed in 1996, JB Christoffersson and Fox Skinner embarked on an epic journey of evolving heaviness. They welcomed Ludwig Witt to the group on ‘The Hunt’ and now …

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Kevin Starrs – Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – 12/12/2013

Kevin Starrs – Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – 12/12/2013

A brief interview with Kevin Starrs (aka Uncle Acid) vocalist and guitar player from Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats ahead of their show at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena supporting Black Sabbath.             Upcoming Tour Dates: 13/12/13 – Dublin, Ireland – Academy 2 14/12/13 – Sheffield, UK …

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Ghost Avenue – Ghost Avenue

Ghost Avenue‘s brand of heavy music used to be called classic or power metal. On their eponymous 2013 disc, this Norwegian band showcases 11 energetic, catchy, melodic songs powered by dual guitar riffs. Add to that a solid rhythm section and a reasonably good vocalist for the genre, and you’ve …

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Bäkken – ‘Death Of A Hero’

Having spent the guts of year slogging their way around the Irish club scene (on both sides of the border), as any self-respecting young band should do, Belfast four piece Bäkken’s reputation for good, solid live shows and their typical Norn Iron work ethic has meant that expectations typically have …

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