Album Review – Live at Dynamo Open Air 1998 by Pantera (F.R.E.T Music)

At a poignant time in the memory of Pantera, with the sad loss of Vinnie Paul recently, a new live album has been released to remind us all of just how important Pantera were to the metal world. Recorded at one of the worlds biggest metal festivals back in the day, Dynamo Open Air in The Netherlands, in 1998 you get to experience the power and passion of Pantera at a time when they were at the top of their game.

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Live Review: Blink 182 @ The O2 Arena – (19/07/2017)

Pop-punk legends Blink 182 were one of the few remaining bands on my “bands to see live” bucket list. I

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Album Review: Crowbar – Only the Serpent Lies (eOne Heavy)

It says so much about Crowbar that this far into their career they are still releasing quality sludge metal that

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Single Slam – Sociopathic Herd Delusion by Superjoint (Caught Up…)

One of Phil Anselmo’s many side projects, but also one of his most popular in underground circles, Superjoint (formerly known

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Heavy Metal: A Year in Brief – 1995

There are many big and important years in the history of heavy metal although 1995 was probably not up there

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