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Absolute Power – Absolute Power

Someone has written a love letter. A big soppy one, scrawled lovingly on pink crepe paper. Tenderly, they placed it in a time machine & sent it back to 1976 where it was opened by a youngA?Robert John Arthur Halford. The letter simply read “Dear heavy metal. We love you. Signed, Absolute Power” cheap periactin online, dapoxetine reviews. . Oh & there were a few kisses. Now, supergroups of uber-producers & massively prolific metal legends paying tribute to the heavy metal gods might not be anything new so you might be asking “Why should we care?”. Well, when it comes from the heart & it’s this well written, there’s nothing better to get your denim clad penis bothering the neighbours.

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However well you get on with someone, there are usually things youa??re forever fated to disagree on, and for myself and Leave The Halla??s glorious webmaster, Alestorm are one of them. I think theya??re marvellous, he thinks theya??re a bad joke whoa??ve outstayed what little welcome they had, so what exactly was I thinking when I agreed to review them for Leave The Hall? The short answer is that I dona??t know, other than it probably involved my usual bloody-mindedness and a desire to piss Ewen off.

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Freedom Call Hit The UK In November

Power metal’s most unintentionally hilarious band are hitting the UK in November in support of their 6th studio album,A? Legend Of The Shadow King. In typically bombastic style, Freedom Call‘s latest album is a concept work inspired by the eccentric Ludwig II, King of Bavaria. Whilst he’s certainly not one of my favourite German kings of the 1870s, they still manage to churn out some cheese-laden power metal genius for us.

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Yes, the new Grave Digger song isn’t going to change anyone’s opinion of them but it’s not bad. We also get a slideshow of embarassingly awful pictures of them in full Braveheart gear from their latest video shoot. The song, Hammer of the Scots order cardura online cheap, generic zithromax. is taken from their forthcoming millionth album, The Clans Will Rise Again which will no doubt sound just like their last album & I’ll probably buy it.

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Powerwolf Set To Invade Bloodstock

German metallers POWERWOLF will headline the SOPHIE LANCASTER stage on Friday 13th August. The Teutonic terrors look forward to their debut UK appearance at BLOODSTOCKa??s 10th anniversary event.

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Nevermore – The Obsidian Conspiracy

It has been a tough 5 years. This Godless Endeavor dropped almost exactly half a decade ago & it blew the world away. The complaints leveled (rather unfairly) at Enemies of Reality were rectified when they brought in uber-producer Andy Sneap. Nevermore enjoyed new heights of success culminating in a support slot for nu-metal lightweights, Disturbed. I wish I were kidding. After this trauma, Nevermore released the brilliant Year of the Voyager DVD then promptly dropped off the radar.

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Triaxis – Key To The Kingdom

Lets be honest: musically, we’ve not got a lot to thank Wales for. Tygertailz, Bonnie Tyler, Charlotte Church’s tits (anyone who mentions BFMV gets a free head wound) . That’s a pretty comprehensive list right there, but things might finally be changing. Hailing from South Wales, Triaxis are a female fronted power metal band who, hot off the heels of a, by all accounts, extremely impressive Bloodstock set have released a self-funded, self-recorded debut, Keys To The Kingdom.

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Sonata Arctica – The Days Of Grays

If you are a fan of Euro-Power Metal, werewolves & stalking girls, then Finland’s Sonata Arctica are the band for you. A massive, orchestral sound with soaring vocals, heavy keyboards & fast, tight guitar solos combined to establish them, along with Edguy & Nightwish, as new leaders of the scene. However something changed with the release of 2007’s Unia. Gone were the driving bass pedals, the speed & a massive chunk of their cheesy catchiness. They had been replaced by a slower, more progressive sound with their most complex song structures to date. Needless to say, this was about as popular as a salad bar in downtown Glasgow.

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Manowar – Thunder In The Sky

Reviewing a Manowar release in any conventional way makes about as much sense as reviewing anal sex. Manowar are, like anal sex, something you will try once and make a life-long decision regarding. To this end, I’m not going to waste my time explaining to you that they are the greatest band in the world, that seeing them live will change your life or that sometimes I have Eric Adams based wet dreams.

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