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Electric Boys – The Classic Grand, Glasgow – 21/09/2014

.@TheElectricBoys @BadTouchrocks @RankBerryUk gig at @ theclassicgrand reviewed by @AnybodyBC for @Planetmosh   The Classic Grand and some good old classic hard rock – that was for the dinner on Sunday night in Glasgow. Swedish rockers Electric Boys hit the town together with fancy looking Bad Touch from Dereham and …

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Zodiac – Sonic Child

I had never heard of anything from four piece Blues based Rock band Zodiac prior to reviewing this album. Zodiac hail from Munster, Germany and this will be their third album release, with their previous album “A Hiding Place” having only been released last year. I was looking forward to …

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Estrella – Whatever It Is.

@planetmosh reviews Whatever It Is by .@Estrella_Rocks. When I spoke to Estrella a few months ago they were just back from a European tour and were planning to get into the studio to start work on their much anticipated second album, a follow up to the hugely successful Come Out To …

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LORDS OF THE RIFF 2 – Lionize, Anti-Mortem and Kyng for a Tenner!

Following on from the deafening and monstrously successful first instalment of Metal Hammer and Classic Rock’s own Lords Of The Riff tour, which took place earlier this year and starred Scorpion Child, Monster Truck and Buffalo Summer, it’s happening all over again. This autumn, venues around the UK will resound …

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Stereo Nasty – Stereo Nasty E.P.

Faith No More once sang “From out of nowhere” which just about sums up County Kildare based metallers Stereo Nasty. As they were completely new to me until today and believe me, there is nothing nasty bout their 80’s tinged 3 track E.P which can be bought as a download …

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The Answer – New Horizon

Northern Ireland will always bring a big smile to my face. Not only as it’s my homeland, but there are a hell of a lot of great bands with huge energy, a lot of passion, spirit and soul throughout. A lot of Northern Irish bands seem to get overlooked somehow …

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The Temperance Movement – The Temperance Movement

The Temperance Movement are quite simply refreshing. To see a band of musicians rise rapidly to a significant level of success in the space of just twelve months provides hope and inspiration to the aspiring musicians of places like London’s Tech Music. In this short time they have gone from …

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Bonafide – Bombo

Bonafide, hailing from Malmo Sweden, were a band I heard some of my friends talk about at times but for one reason or another I never did go check them out. Stumbling across a list of possible albums to review I spotted their soon to be released 4th album “Bombo” …

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Piston – Playin With Fire EP

It’s great hearing about bands because they follow you on Twitter or Facebook and throw their material at you. You seem sceptical at first but it soon becomes apparent that some bands really do have something special, and that’s what I discovered with Piston. I came across this Midlands 5 …

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Jorn – Traveller

Norway’s Jorn Lande returns with his new album “Traveller”. For those who are unaware of Jorn, this man releases top quality albums as regularly as Iron Maiden release special edition picture discs. Excluding involvement and appearances with Avantasia, Masterplan and Allen/Lande, “Traveller” is studio album number ten since 2000 and …

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Lita Ford Interviewed

    This is Lee Walker from Planet Mosh interviewing Lita Ford. LW – Hi Lita, thanks for taking the time out to discuss things Lita Ford related for the Planetmosh readers. LW – What made you want to become a musician? Lita – I saw Black Sabbath live at …

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