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Interview: Brendan Frey of Hostile Array

This past March, brothers Brendan and Garrison Frey, Hector Fernandez, Fredy Menjivar and Andrew Markle continued their journey under the name Hostile Array. The Maryland metalcore quintet had previously built a following while called My Ransomed Soul. Their 2015 sophomore album, Trilateral, reached especial acclaim for its straightforward progressions, grim …

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Masters of Rock 2017

One of the most anticipated lineups of Czech summer festivals of heavy music is here! Were you also impatient? So here are the first stars, that will entertain you from 13th to 16th July in Vizovice: RUNNING WILD(GER), VINCE NEIL(USA), KREATOR(GER), ZAKK SABBATH(USA), EPICA(NLD), STRATOVARIUS(FIN), PAIN(SWE), MOONSPELL(PRT), DELAIN(NLD), CREMATORY(GER), RAGE(GER), EQUILIBRIUM(GER), BATTLE …

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ROCKFEST 2017

RockFest is a new world-class music festival in Vantaa, Finland. On its first year, the festival has two explosive headliners: Rammstein and Evanescence. The epic line up consist of the top performers both foreign and domestic, such as: Pain, Infected Mushroom Live, Turmion Kätilöt and Stam1na. More performers will be …

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Album Review: Alien Skin – European Electronic Cinema (Out September 2)

Alien Skin is the moniker of Australian singer-keyboardist George Pappas. Originally part of the mid-90s incarnation of famed new wave outfit Real Life, Pappas sought to channel that decade’s experimental aesthetic. In 2008, he accomplished just that. His solo sound is described as a ‘cinematic’ and ‘liquid’ brand of electronic …

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Album Review: Habu – Infinite

In late 2011, three friends—Andy Clarke (vocals, guitar), Alex Body (vocals, bass, synthesizers) and Alex Dunbar (drums)—formed Habu out of mutual respect for challenging yet accessible music. Eventually, Habu’s visibility in the UK progressive rock scene earned them slots alongside legends Uli Jon Roth, Elena Bonham and Arthur Brown. And …

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