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Browsing Archive: March, 2012

Candlemass - The Dying Illusion (Chapter VI 1992)

Posted by mica hamilton on Wednesday, March 28, 2012, In : Metal 

The Dying illusion -Candlemass    


The song 'The Dying Illusion' by Candlemass off the 'Chapter VI' album is nothing less than a master piece of a song which shows the world that the band have always had a deep insight to music writing and will never lose it despite critics saying that doom metal artists write meaningless forgetful music. Recorded in 1992 it won the band there first...


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Machine Head - The Blackening

Posted by mica hamilton on Wednesday, March 28, 2012, In : Metal 

With an opening track so powerful, in dedication to the late Dimebage Darell, it’s no wonder that the sixth and latest album titled simply 'The Blackening' won the band their first Grammy award and sold 15,000 within its first week of release.

This album proves that Machine Head truly have come a long way since their debut album 'Burn My Eyes' which was Road Runner Records bigge...


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Red n Pink

Posted by mica hamilton on Wednesday, March 28, 2012, In : Alternative 

No strangers to the music industry Red N Pink (check the hair) have been slaving away trying to break the music industry for the last seven years. With some of the most energetic live sets I’ve seen in a long time they command the stage with such a demanding force that the audience have no choice but to look, listen and learn.  Even in the dreary weather at GO.GO Festival 2011 they still managed to bring some sun shine to the stage with their charmingly erotic performance, their exquisi...


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Anastasia Brindley

Posted by mica hamilton on Thursday, March 22, 2012, In : Alternative 

‘My mother thinks that I’m on drugs… and I can’t bear to tell her that she is right!’... THIS will be the anthem of the summer. And if its not, I won’t just eat my hat, I’ll chew it, regurgitate it and eat it again! The ever so slightly controversial song entitled ‘ My mother thinks that I’m on drugs’ Is part sung part belted out by Anastasia Brindley on her debu...


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