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Hammerfall live at TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands on January 16th, 2017

Supported by a great stage set the guys obviously enjoyed playing in Holland, which was, by the way, their first show in Utrecht ever
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MAYHEM – De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas Alive Review

De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas is widely considered one of the most influential black metal albums of all time and this is the first time that fans will be able to own a live copy of the album
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Krokus – Big Rocks Review
Krokus – Big Rocks Review

"Big Rocks" is one of the best cover albums I have heard for many years.
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Up Close and Personal with M Shadows the other night at Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham

Avenged Sevenfold (A7x) Live at – Motorpoint Arena (Nottingham) with support from In Flames & Disturbed on January 18th, 2017

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The whole stage set up was incredible, as was the lighting and even the sound impressed me tonight. I don’t usually enjoy the acoustics at the Motorpoint arena, but the band brought so much additional lighting and stage gear with them.
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Overkill – The Grinding Wheel Review

Mixed by the legendary Andy Sneap “The Grinding Wheel” shows that thrash is as vibrant, and as relevant, today as it was over thirty years ago, when it first emerged blinking into the sun
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Phil Collen of Def Leppard – Our Stock Continues to Rise as our Peers Fade Away!

We really love what we do and believe in what we do. I think that is the main thing. We believe in the band a whole and it's more important than anything else
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Chrome Molly – Hoodoo Voodoo Review

The versatility demonstrated on this album is outstanding
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Rock Vault – – Mick Jones of Foreigner – We’ve Always Been and Continue to be a Rock Band!

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Annihilator – Triple Threat CD/DVD Review

“Triple Threat” is a well-chosen package, presenting the band in various ways,and including some behind the scene clips. Annihilator was always a band that used a wider approach and this package documents it in a great way.
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Xandria – Theater of Dimensions Review

Stylistically, this album is much more grounded in symphonic metal specifically, with an ever increased focus on the orchestral elements and a heavy use of choir vocals
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Steven Wussow of Xandria – Making Music Has Nothing To Do With Being Famous Or Being A Big Rock Star

making music has nothing to do with being famous or being a big rock star. It has to do with the passion for music, the passion for rock and roll.
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YOSHIKI live at Carnegie Hall in New York with Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra on January 12th, 2017

Admittedly, he expressed there was a point he couldn't go back to music, it was too painful, emphasizing that life is a pain, physically and emotionally.
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