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Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – Live in Amsterdam

In my opinion, one of the best albums of last year was the second collaboration between Guitarist Joe Bonamassa and singer Beth Hart, “Seesaw”.  Like the first album they did together it was a collection of cover versions of songs by classic artists, and I was just blown away by …

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In this moment – Blood at the Orpheum DVD

In this moment are releasing their first ever live DVD.  Recorded at the Orpheum theatre in Madison, Wisconsin on 21st May 2013 on the band’s tour following the release of the album “Blood”, the show took their already theatrical performances up a level. As anyone who saw them on tour …

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Heart – ‘Fanatic Live From Caesars Colosseum’

Heart - Fanatic Live DVD Artwork

.@PlanetMosh reviews .@heartofficial – Fanatic Live From Caesars Colosseum out Feb 2014 on .@FrontiersRec It could be argued that, with this career-spanning recorded-for-TV concert DVD, the 40-year career of Ann and Nancy Wilson has come something of a full circle.  Not only has their most recent output – including the …

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Nightwish – Showtime, Storytime

The Imaginaerum tour has run for more than a year, and has seen major changes in the band.  Singer Anette Olzon left the band and Floor Jansen stepped in as a temporary replacement to enable the band to finish the tour.  Since the tour ended Floor has been made a …

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Watain – Opus Diaboli (dvd)

  Opus Diaboli is the celebration of Watain’s 13 year anniversary. It represents a stunning and fascinating insight into the forbidden realms of Satanic black metal and presents the manifesto of a truly unique band that have chosen a path very few bands have dared to tread. This package is …

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Achren – Impaled at Bloodstock 2010 DVD review

I actually had this DVD passed onto me by Planet Mosh’s own David Farrell who described this DVD as a god awful racket. But all I can say is: “David, thank you for passing this stunning disk full of death metal mayhem onto me”. This is Achren at their very …

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