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Metal Blade to Re-issue LIZZY BORDEN Albums on Vinyl!

Lizzy Borden

Metal Blade to re-issue LIZZY BORDEN albums ‘Love You to Pieces’ and ‘Menace to Society’ on April 13th on vinyl! LIZZY BORDEN is without a doubt an important and accompanying band in the history of Metal Blade Records. As we are all in wait for updates on a new studio album, …

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The Alarm – Strength (30th Anniversary)

                  Mike Peters and his Welsh alternative rock band, played their first gig in 1981 as The Alarm. After changing their name from Seventeen to Alarm Alarm, the former having toured extensively, the latter only doing one gig before they became The …

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Steve Hackett to Re-issue Box Set Collection of ‘Premonitions’

Steve Hackett to Re-issue Box Set Collection of Early Recordings ‘Premonitions’  ‘Premonitions – The Charisma Recordings 1975-1983’ Prog rock pioneer Steve Hackett has announced the release ‘Premonitions – The Charisma Recordings 1975-1983’, a comprehensive reissue project that includes his first 6 albums on the Charisma label, together with a wealth of …

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IF THESE TREES COULD TALK’s Re-issues of First Two Albums Available Now

Akron, Ohio post-rock outfit IF THESE TREES COULD TALK was properly formed in 2005 and has grown tremendously since their humble origins in Zack Kelly’s basement as an instrumental project in college. They released their first EP in 2006 and their first full-length, “Above the Earth, Below the Sky,” in …

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Orchid – ‘The Zodiac Sessions’

Orchid - The Zodiac Sessions artwork

Following the huge success of their big label debut, ‘The Mouths Of Madness’, earlier this year, this timely re-issue brings together san Francisco psych-doomsters Zodiac’s two pre-Nuclear Blast releases – the ‘The Through The Devil’s Doorway’ EP and 2011’s full-lengther ‘Capricorn’, both originally released on The Church Within Records – …

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Blood Ceremony – Blood Ceremony (re-issue)

Re-issues are an unusual beast – usually there is an overt reason for a band ploughing their back catalogue, such as an anniversary or whatever: occasionally, they come out of the blue (or the black, in this case), without seeming to have any particular explanation for their presence… as appears …

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