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DESERTFEST BELGIUM 2018 Review – Day 3

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Third day at DESERTFEST BELGIUM always goes with a tough awakening, thanks to the Saturday’s skull-shattering performances. Yet it all appears this final lap is set to...

CLUTCH + THE PICTUREBOOKS @ Élysée Montmartre (Paris, 15.12.18)

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CLUTCH‘s new album Book of Bad Decisions has good chances to end in 2018’s album picks, yet we are presently assessing its ability to be a stage sure shot. We got a...

DESERTFEST BELGIUM 2018 Review – Day 2

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After a rather intense introductory day for my first DESERTFEST BELGIUM ever, we’re off to a denser second day with a considering slab of doom bands, while some others got us...

DESERTFEST BELGIUM 2018 Review – Day 1

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One thing that you surely won’t feel at this year’s DESERTFEST BELGIUM is boredom! This was a first for me, and not the least, as I’m a huge fan of...

RADIO MOSCOW + FEATHERSTONE + PETYR @ Casbah (San Diego, 13.09.18)

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The Heavy Chronicles is on tour tonight and rather far from home it must be said. San Diego, California is of course a hotbed of psyche, boogie and rock of the highest order and...

HELLFEST 2018 Review – Day 2

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On the second day of Genesis, our preacher Lord Ben decided that they had enough of a foretaste and it was about time to put his believers’ ears to the test. The Saturday...

HELLFEST 2018 Review – Day 1

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This was the lucky 13th edition for Europe’s most colorful metal festival HELLFEST – as for me the ninth, and my first as a reviewer. I was honored to cover this...

Space Lord Motherfunker: DESERTFEST LONDON 2018 Review – Day 3

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How not to be completely elated when kicking off the third day at DESERTFEST LONDON, with a resounding performance of one of the hypest doom bands of the decade at the spectacular...

Fury Whipped: DESERTFEST LONDON 2018 Review – Day 2

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Ouch. Well that was one epic first day and my feet and head certainly seem to know as much! But, this is DESERTFEST LONDON and there’s no time for wimping around and so a...

‘Till The Livin’ End: DESERTFEST LONDON 2018 Review – Day 1

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DESERTFEST LONDON, much like the music it showcases, is a formula. Every year you pack the same bag, hop on the same train or flight, see all those friendly and familiar faces...