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I remember to have read somewhere that the music done in the 1960s and 1970s were so magnificent that it would be digested for...

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Feared's latest album "Vinter" is what I like to call a "masterpiece". This album is the embodiment of just about all deep-voice metal out there that has been...

Hangman’s Park – Eleven Review

When you think you had your share of the weird and poor produced there comes a band as Hangman's Park with an album as...

Valkyrie – Shadows

 Taking a page from some of the earliest metal acts to ever come into the world of music, Valkyrie has shown without a doubt that the...

Hallow Point – Beyond Our Name

"Beyond Our Name" got me right in its very beginning, right in the opening track 'Vengeance Overdue'. The primal scream that opens it comes with a voice...

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Budgie are one of those unsung bands from the 1970s. They wrote a big list of classics that you may know or may have...

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This album has an interesting story. Tis is really the soundtrack of a movie called "Stunt Rock" which was released in 1978. This 1978...

Ivar Kuura – Hermitary of Oblivion

It's funny how perceptions on the labeling have changed through time. Maybe the music hasn't changed that much, but the perceptions. About thirty years...

Vingulmork – Avgrunn

Here we sit upon commom ground. I mean, here we have, what it is possible to call a band that plays a more trendy...

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Who said there is no point in complaining? My fan will remember that it's been some time that I say that Power Metal is...

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