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CURRENT PODCAST EPISODE #112


LIONHEART – The Reality of Miracles (Album Review)

What do you get when you put Iron Maiden, UFO, Michael Schenker Fest and Shy together? To be honest, I wouldn’t have a clue, but for me, this story starts in 1984 when the video “Die For Love” by Lionheart from England came on TV. I loved this song, but I never found a cassette […]

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HELIX – Back For Another Taste (Albums Turning 30 Feature)

Looking back thirty years to 1990 I believe there were multiple hard rock and heavy metal albums that were grossly overlooked.  While 1990 was a transitional year for hard rock and heavy metal, especially for the glam rock bands of the ’80s. The musical tides were changing and a new sound was coming…grunge. While the […]

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Beaver Buzz – SHUMAUN (Feature)

SHUMAUN – Band In this second Beaver Buzz, we get to shine the spotlight on Virginia’s Shumaun.  They are a prog metal band with an incredible line in thinking music and intelligent lyrics.  Imagine a younger and hungrier Dream Theater and add in additional musical influences from across the world. We have got history too.  […]

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HIGH SPIRITS – Hard to Stop (Album Review)

Hard Work High Spirits’ creator Chris Black has got to be up there as one of the hardest working people in rock or metal.  He seems to have boundless energy and a talent to match. As the only person involved in the whole recording project he plays all the instruments, sings, produces, engineers and everything […]

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THE EROTICS – Lets Kill Rock and Roll (Album Review)

Let’s Kill Rock And Roll Self-described as “Alice Cooper Before He Found Religion” The Erotics are back with another dose of sleazy punk and classic rock on their new album Let’s Kill Rock and Roll. With more than 10 albums under their belt The Erotics, from Albany, NY, bring their sleazy antics of straightforward rock […]

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ARABS IN ASPIC – Madness And Magic (Album Review)

All Important Background: Arabs In Aspic cite their influences as “60s and 70s” and are partially named after a King Crimson album so it gives a good clue as to what sort of music they perform. There is certainly plenty of both Genesis and Pink Floyd in what they do, in fact, I would say it is kind of a mix of […]

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