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Mammoth Mammoth – Mount The Mountain

Mammoth Mammoth (so good they named them twice) return to the fore with an unstoppable and uncompromising album ‘Mount The Mountain’, a release that sees them up the ante and push themselves up into the higher echelons of the music scene The band have been around for some ten years …

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Draconian – Sovran

          Sweden’s purveyors of Doom return with a stunning follow up to 2011’s “A Rose For The Apocalypse”. Much has happened in the Draconian camp in the intervening four years, the major upheaval of losing long time vocalist Lisa Johansson, the subsequent search for and unveiling …

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Liv Kristine – Vervain

      ‘Vervain’, heralds Liv Kristine’s fifth solo album release, and is, without doubt, the strongest yet. I’ve been of the opinion for a considerable length of time now, that Liv, in a vocal sense, is riding on the crest of a creative wave at this moment. Her work …

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Leaves Eyes to headline MFVF with special set

Hot on the tail of a highly successful U.K. leg of a mammoth World Tour, Leaves Eyes are now confirmed as Headliners for the annual Metal Female Voices Festival held in Belgium on 17th 18th and 19th of October. The band promise a full stage show, with special guests amongst …

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Nervosa – Interview

I had the great pleasure of corresponding with new Brazilian all female Thrash outfit Nervosa and we talked about their debut album, day to day life in Nervosa, plans of touring Europe, their reaction on getting signed by Napalm and a few other things along the way…… When founding Nervosa …

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Lacrimas Profundere – Antiadore

Goth masters return with a vengeance   I genuinely can not believe that Lacrimas are now in their twentieth year, a band that have consistently produced a brand of Gothic orientated Metal that has always been uncompromising and from the heart, delivered with style and panache and maintaining a musical …

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LIV KRISTINE “Libertine”

Best known these days as front woman for symphonic metal band Leaves Eyes , Liv occasionally veers off the Metal beaten path and does her own thing. “Libertine” represents her fourth solo effort, and sits quite happily in the Pop Rock camp. The album manages to encompass a fairly broad …

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Moonspell, ‘Alpha Noir’ cd review.

  Although the band have been around for many years now, this is their first release since signing to Napalm Records last year, and as much as I’ve liked much of the previous output it seems apparent that a label switch has benefited all parties concerned. The level of enthusiasm …

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