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Metal Allegiance – Metal Allegiance

This debut album should really have been a stone cold classic from Metal Allegiance as their core musical line up consists of Mike Portnoy on drums, Alex Skolnick on guitar and Dave Ellefson on bass guitar with an array of guest vocalists but out of the 9 tracks, only 7 …

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Teenage Time Killers – Greatest Hits Vol. 1

Corrosion of Conformity‘s Reed Mullin and My Ruin‘s Mick Murphy decided, along with Jon Lousteau as producer, to create a star-studded, ever-changing group of guests that would convene, as Teenage Time Killers, and create an album. Given the celebrity status for about half of the guests, at first glance this …

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Lamb of God – VII: Sturm und Drang

Three years ago, the fate of Lamb of God very much hung in the balance. The much-publicized arrest and imprisonment of singer Randy Blythe on manslaughter charges caused shockwaves across the metal world, with his subsequent acquittal bringing relief, celebrations and a stunning documentary in the form of As the Palaces Burn. …

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Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe Announces Special NYC Photography Exhibition

D. Randall Blythe – Richmond, Virginia-based author, photographer, actor, music critic, composer and vocalist of Grammy-nominated, chart-topping heavy metal band LAMB OF GOD – is pleased to announce his upcoming photography exhibition, D RANDALL BLYTHE: Show Me What You’re Made Of, taking place from May 2 – June 30, 2015 …

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Bible of Butchery: Cannibal Corpse, The Official Biography

What can be said of Cannibal Corpse, Metal Blade Records and Brian Slagel‘s “biggest-selling death metal band of all time”? (pp. 149) This five-piece American extreme metal band has accumulated career highs usually only available to rock bands: full-production music videos, boxed set sales, even a cameo in a blockbuster …

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Lamb of God – As the Palaces Burn (Documentary)

.@planetmosh reviews the highly anticipated .@lambofgod documentary. It might seem strange to some people, but heavy metal has as much tendency as power ballads to pull on an individual’s heartstrings and bring strong emotions to the foreground. If a song has specific memories attached to it, it won’t take long before …

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Lamb of God – O2 Academy, Glasgow – 16/01/2014

@AnybodyBC reviews the @LambOfGodBand @Decapitated @HuntressKills show in Glasgow for @PlanetMosh. @Roadrunner_UK @rrusa   Attending a kick ass metal gig is always a great start to a brand new year and 2014 began perfectly in the company of  brutal groove metallers Lamb of God in the O2 Academy, Glasgow. The …

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Lamb Of God + TesseracT – Limelight 1, Belfast – August 12th

Belfast has become something of a favourite stopping off point for US bands either going to or from the European festival circuit…  In recent years the path to this little corner of planet metal has been trodden by acts as diverse as Tesla and Metallica, Machine Head and Black Stone …

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Bloodstock Open Air 2013 Review – Saturday 10th August

Rather than start my day with a full on dose of metal, I pleasantly started it with a slice of medieval full contact battling. In the past the Viking battling had been a little on the soft side, wielding wooden swords and could get boring pretty quickly. Medieval battling on the …

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