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The Struts Release Video for New Single ‘Body Talks’

RELEASE VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE ‘BODY TALKS’ “…they’re the best opening band we’ve ever had.” – Dave Grohl “The Struts are on the cusp of something very big indeed” – Kerrang “You gotta love a band who know they have to pull off a big show then proceed to do so. Rock …

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BulletBoys Announce New Album and UK Tour Dates

BulletBoys New Album From Out Of The Skies out 23rd March 2018 via Frontiers    The new album by BulletBoys, ‘From Out Of The Skies’, is set for release on 23rd March via Frontiers,  preceded by a ten date UK tour (see full itinerary below). The first single from the record, ‘D-Evil’, …

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Rush – 2112 – 40th Anniversary

With the announcement last year that drummer and songwriter Neil Peart no longer wanted to tour and the subsequent R40 farewell tour over, Rush fans have not had the best of years. To fill the gap and ease the pain slightly, the band have released a 40th Anniversary edition of their commercial …

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Bl’ast – For Those Who’ve Graced the Fire! [EP]

California’s Bl’ast, one of the “founding father” primal hardcore punk bands, has returned with its first new music in two decades. A five-minutes-and-change listening trek, this two song EP, titled For Those Who’ve Graced the Fire! quickly whets fans’ appetites for more. As before, the band’s core members remain Clifford …

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Teenage Time Killers – Greatest Hits Vol. 1

Corrosion of Conformity‘s Reed Mullin and My Ruin‘s Mick Murphy decided, along with Jon Lousteau as producer, to create a star-studded, ever-changing group of guests that would convene, as Teenage Time Killers, and create an album. Given the celebrity status for about half of the guests, at first glance this …

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Fen – ‘Of Losing Interest’

This fifth album from these Vancouver progressionalists – and their second for the impressive Californian label, Ripple Music – is certainly an interesting offering, and definitely one which bears more than one listen, given its complexity and depth. At first, it comes across as a purely retrospective slab of prog, …

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