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WinterStorm Troon | Pre Public Tickets Now on Sale

WinterStorm Troon 2018 PRE PUBLIC WEEKEND TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE Click on the link below and enter the code PRE2018 to get £5 off per weekend ticket.  This code is only valid until midnight 5th February 2018 ORDER PRE PUBLIC TICKETS NOW Facebook Group  

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The American Way: Songs Inspired by Political Unrest

Politics can be a breeding ground of anger, discontent, fear, hatred, and lies: tangents and emotions that punk rock and heavy metal channel oh so well. As we’re aware of by now, the USA just held an election for its 45th President. While the candidate who won was voted into …

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Queensrÿche, The Robin 2, Bilston, Wolverhampton. August 26, 2016

Queensrÿche are a band with history. Since launching their brand of symphonic metal in 1983 with their self-titled EP, over a dozen studio albums have followed along with scores of gold and platinum records to their names as well as much publicised line-up changes. So, with so much water under …

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Armored Saint Announces USA Tour Dates with Queensryche, Midnight Eternal

Armored Saint Announces USA Tour Dates with Queensryche, Midnight Eternal Following their upcoming summer/fall tour dates, the mighty Armored Saint will head back out on the road this November/December as direct support to Queensryche! Midnight Eternal will also join this USA trek, making this one bill not to be missed! Vocalist John Bush comments: “Armored Saint is …

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Halcyon Way Gears Up For Us Tour With Queensryche 

Atlanta, Georgia’s HALCYON WAY are about to hit the road with the legendary Queensryche for a month-long USA tour to support their Billboard-charting 4th album, Conquer. The tour starts on January 7, 2016 in San Jose, CA and continues their string of high profile tours in the USA & abroad …

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Queensrÿche – Condition Hüman

@planetmosh reviews Condition Hüman by .@Queensryche on .@centurymedia Over the course of their career Queensrÿche, like the rest of us, have had their ups and downs.  Some of the well publicised downs have been long, drawn out and no doubt painful for those involved.  However, with their issues resolved they …

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QUEENSRYCHE – launch track-by-track video with Michael Wilton

QUEENSRŸCHE has posted part one of an in-depth, track-by-track album commentary with founding member, Michael Wilton (guitars) explaining the meaning behind each song on the group’s highly anticipated new, full-length offering, Condition Hüman, set for a release via Century Media Records on Oct 2nd. Click on the link below now …

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Operation: Mindcrime – ‘The Key’

It has been a little over three years since Geoff Tate was very ignominiously and publicly fired from Queensrÿche, the band he had fronted for three decades.  What happened next – the acrimonious verbal bitch slappings, the two versions of the band, the subsequent legal case – has been extremely well …

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QUEENSRŸCHE Tour Europe And Release New Album In 2015

Good news for QUEENSRŸCHE fans! The legendary Seattle Metal band will return to Europe to play summer festivals as well as some headline shows. Armored Saint and Death Angel will support them on special dates. With the QUEENSRŸCHE canvas wiped completely clean and the band’s easel the strongest and most stable it’s been in …

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Rocklahoma 2015 – Line-up Announced 20th January 2015

Rocklahoma 2015 to feature performances from Linkin Park, Tesla, Godsmack, Slayer, Volbeat, Breaking Benjamin, Papa Roach, Halestorm, Queensryche, and many more for America’s biggest Memorial Day Weekend Party in Pryor, Oklahoma After a record-breaking 2014 with over 60,000 fans in attendance, Rocklahoma–presented by Bud Light–returns to “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds …

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Hard Rock Hell VIII – Pwllheli, Hafan Y Môr Holiday Park, 14/11/2014

It’s sunny in Wales this morning.  Yeah, you read that right, sunny.  Not that it particularly matches the disposition of your PM team, as they battle against non-existent mobile signals in vain attempts to track down the extremely long list of artists we’re supposed to interview… But, whilst there are …

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Girlschool confirmed for HRH 8

Well, they’ve had to put the stops on the song writing and are now getting ready to drop into HRH for another jaw breaking performance. NWOBHM Vets, Girlschool are back, and it couldn’t be better timing as they are just about to go back into the studio, to lay down …

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Queensryche confirmed for HRH 8

The following announcement was made on Hard Rock Hell’s website today: – Queensryche confirmed for HRH 8 Following the official cancellation of W.A.S.P., HRH are pleased to announce that Queensryche will be stepping up to the the top slot and will be jetting in for a UK exclusive at HRH …

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Attacker – Giants Of Canaan

Attacker - Giants Of Canaan Artwork

Even given the huge amount of releases which a website such as ours gets sent on a daily, never mind weekly or even monthly, basis, it’s hard to imagine that this fifth album by US power metal innovators Attacker fell through our net when it first surfaced earlier this year.  …

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Ashes Of Ares – ‘Ashes Of Ares’

Artwork for Ashes For Ares' self-titled debut album

Ashes Of Ares‘ credentials are just about as impeccable as they come,  with the the band being made up of former Iced Earth vocalist Matt Barlow and bassist Freddie Vidales, and ex-Nevermore drummer Van Williams. With the meeting of two such strong forces of nature, you would expect something special to …

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Queensryche – Queensryche

I have been a fan of Queensryche ever since a friend of mine got me into them when I was a teenager at school way back when the Empire album was released in 1990. Ever since the fall-out and split with this line-up of Queensryche and former vocalist Geoff Tate …

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Alpha Tiger – Beneath the Surface

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, those Germans know how to make good metal that you can just kick back, nod your head to and raise the horns and more importantly just enjoy. Granted, I was expecting something more akin to Motley Crue, Poison and the likes …

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