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Black State Highway – Hard Rock Hell, 15/11/14

I was lucky enough to speak to all five of Black State Highway at Hard Rock Hell this year after their set, discussing large audiences, touring with other bands that have B and S as their initials and what you wouldn’t expect on their iPods…

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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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Hard Rock Hell 8 announces more acts including The Vintage Caravan, Blues Pills & Horisont

Hard Rock Hell 8 is pleased to announce the addition of more acts including The Vintage Caravan, Blues Pills, Horisont, Spiders and Santa Cruz as well as a host  of other great International new acts as this year’s edition looks to be one of the best to date. They join …

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Vardis – Rock And Blues Fest, Pentrich, July 25th 2014 by Dennis at PlanetMosh.

The resurgence of Vardis has been well documented and to use one of their song titles, 2014 has certainly seen them ‘Steamin’ Along’. I caught them last at their first gig since they reformed in March at Brofest in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Since then they have played at the prestigious …

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Krokus – Long Stick Goes Boom (Live From Da House Of Rust).

I’ve been a fan of Krokus for well over 30yrs and have always loved their songs with dodgy lyrics and AC/DC sounding riffs. This is their 3rd live album and it’s that good has gone onto the list of my favourite live albums ever. It really is a fan’s dream …

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Vardis -Vigilante.

It was a brave move by Vardis to start their recorded career in 1980 with the live album ‘100 MPH’ as any following studio albums would have to be measured against it but the brace of ‘The World’s Insane’ and ‘Quo Vardis’ released in 1981 and 1982 respectively rose to …

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