Monthly Archives March 2015

MarysCreek “Incubic Twin” Lyric Video Released!

MarysCreek2015-600x400“Incubic Twin” a brand new lyric video from Swedish heavy rockers MarysCreek, can be viewed below. The track is taken from the EP “Incubic Twin“.

MarysCreek was founded by Mats Nilsson & Stefan Halldin in 2004 with the intention to create an outfit blending the modern heavy rock of today with the Swedish tradition of strong melodies catchy choruses.

The band signed their record deal with the German major label, MTM Music in 2006.

The debut album “Some Kind of Hate“, produced by Fredrik Nordström (In Flames, Soilwork, The Haunted, Opeth and Dream Evil) was released 2007 by MTM Music and received great responses...

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TITANFEST 2015 – New Additions To May Event!

3d2c1e33-3b93-41d0-a630-91f6e1ac7c1bTITANFEST 2015 – which will take place on Saturday May 30 – has just announced three more additions to its already stacked line-up.

London’s The Heretic Order and Past The Fall are joined by Italians Extrema – who will be playing their first ever UK show – at the heavy metal all-day extravaganza.

The event will be taking over the sister venues of The Dome and Boston Music Room, in Tufnell Park London.

Already announced for the inaugural edition of the festival are headliners: M:Pire of Evil, plus Abandon The Faith, Babylon Fire, D.A.M, Divine Chaos, Donkerkarnuffel, Fury, Nightlord, One Machine, The More I See, Toranaga, Unforeseen Prophecy and Virus.

TITANFEST derives its name from THE UNDERGROUND TITANS TOUR ’92, a UK tour of underground metal bands working together with a common goa...

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KILLER Unveil ‘Monsters Of Rock’ Album Artwork, Tracklisting, Release Dates, Video Streaming!

KillerBand-600x399Belgian metallers KILLER will release their new album, “Monsters Of Rock” on May 21 via Mausoleum Records. From the outset in 1980 the power trio was embraced by a myriad of loyal fans all over the world.

Their first three albums; “Ready For Hell”, “Wall Of Sound” and especially “Shockwaves”, were unanimously lauded by aficionados and critics alike, rubber stamped heavy metal masterpieces of the 80s.

By the mid-eighties the band played prestigious festivals, toured the whole of Europe, and sold albums from Tokyo to Rio de Janeiro and from Moscow to New York, and just about everywhere in between.

A noteworthy climax being a tour of Poland in 1986, where for the duration they played for captive audiences numbering no less than 10.000 eager fans each night.


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FURYON Confirmed for Poland’s Woodstock Festival!

FuryonWoodstockBritish hard rockers FURYON are confirmed to play Main Stage at Woodstock Festival Poland on July 31, 2105 in Kostrzyn, Poland.

Woodstock Festival Poland is a huge FREE summer music festival & the biggest open-air festival in Europe! No i na Dużej Scenie zagra FURYON.

Other bands confirmed: Black Label Society, Cannailles, Congo Natty, Eluveitie, Frontside, Hed PE, Illusion, Lipali, Mela Koteluk, Mrozu, Proletaryat, Scarecrow, Shaka Ponk, Within Temptation and many more.

BEER IS 0.80 Euro! FOOD on average 2.50 Euro!

Flights to Berlin are very cheap
Train to Festival from Berlin is 5.00Euro !  Last year 750.000 visitors attend on 3 days!

FURYON currently touring UK in support of their...

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DYGITALS Unveil ‘Dynamite’ Album Cover, Tracklist, Release Dates!

DygitalsBand-600x493French heavy metallers DYGITALS will release their new album, “Dynamite” on May 21 in Europe and May 5 in North America via Mausoleum Records.

The album was produced, engineered and mixed by Didier Chesneau at MII Recording Studio, based in Forainvillier Dreux in France. “Dynamite” marks the return of the band to its glorious form.

Dygitals were formed in 1984, by vocalist Hervé Traisnel. They rapidly garnered a reputation as a rock-solid live band, which lead to a busy touring schedule, opening for well-known acts, performing at prestigious festivals and establishing a large fan following which remained loyal over three decades.

In 1986 Dygitals ranked among the top ten of French rock bands in Enfer, an influential magazine that at the time was considered to be ...

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