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INDYA Release ‘Tha Final Line’ Audio Video feat. Johnny Doom of Kerrang Radio

INDYA

UK Glam Rock/Metal band, INDYA, have released an audio video for ‘Tha Final Line‘ feat. Johnny Doom of Kerrang! Radio. The song is taken from the new album ‘Rebel Music‘, to be out in the summer of 2018 via HOLIER THAN THOU RECORDS. The video can be viewed here: INDAY‘s forthcoming album ‘Rebel Music‘ was …

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Furyon – Lost Salvation

Furyon Lost Salvation

Damn me, it’s bloody great to see Furyon back! With a new album and follow-up to the ridiculously superb Gravitas, it’s been three years since their debut album first introduced their stomping hard-edged rock to our ears… and they’ve just picked up right where they left off. Lost Salvation continues …

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Unchained – Oncoming Chaos

The quality of bands coming out of Rock and Growl just now, to my ears anyway, is something to behold. Having recently reviewed the awesome debut from French maniacs Dead Cowboy’s Sluts, I find myself opening my lugholes to another great metal band from the land of fine wine, croissants …

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Livarkahil – Wrath Of God ep.

  When it comes to French metal bands, the older generation would probably recall Trust and the newer generation,  Gojira. But a new and worthy name can be added to the list, the crushing Livarkahil. I reviewed their last full length studio album Signs Of Decay for Planetmosh last September …

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Empires of Eden – Channelling The Infinite

Conceived and orchestrated by Australian shredding maestro Stu Marshall (ex-Dungeon), Empires of Eden once again brings together some of the most influential voices in metal.  With each track, the vocalists have had complete freedom to write the lyrics and melodies, bringing a tour de force of power metal to your …

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Chainfist – Black Out Sunday (CD)

I’m a simple man truth be told. I’m not complicated, I’m not fussy (regardless of what my wife says) and Chainfist’s debut album, Black Out Sunday is a lot like me in that way. They claim that they play “metal that makes the world go round, your neck break and …

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