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Old 14th September 2018, 10:55 PM
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Burning Witches - Executed



This is good classic metal - reminds me of Painkiller...shit video though.
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Within Temptation are on the cover of the latest Metal Hammer out this week.


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Old 18th September 2018, 06:07 PM
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Nightwish - Săo Paulo And Buenos Aires Concerts To Be Filmed For Upcoming DVD

Nightwish: Săo Paulo And Buenos Aires Concerts To Be Filmed For Upcoming Dvd - Blabbermouth.net
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Old 19th September 2018, 06:41 PM
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KISS to release 40th anniversary limited-edition box set of solo albums | Planet Rock

"KISS are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their founding members’ solo albums by releasing a limited-edition vinyl box set this October.

On 18th September 1978, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss all released a self-titled solo album on the same day and all four records went on to sell more than 1million copies Stateside alone.

To mark four decades since their release, all four albums will be released as an ultra-limited-edition box set entitled ‘The Solo Albums - 40th Anniversary Collection’ on Friday 19th October.

Limited to just 2,500 copies globally, the box set boasts all four albums on 180-gram heavyweight coloured vinyl that matches its respective cover art; ‘Gene Simmons’ appears in red vinyl, ‘Paul Stanley’ sports purple vinyl, ‘Ace Frehley’ contains blue vinyl, and ‘Peter Criss’ is in green vinyl.

All four albums are housed together in a deluxe black-matte slipcase that features glossy black images of the four artists' faces surrounding a silver-foil print of the infamous KISS logo.

On top of this there are four 12-by-12-inch posters of each album cover, plus an exclusive turntable slipmat that shows all four of artist Eraldo Carugati's iconic, painted album-cover face images all connected together.

The bundle exclusive to KISS’s official website – and limited to 300 copies - also includes a limited-edition t-shirt, coaster and pin sets."


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KISS officially announce farewell End of the Road World Tour | Planet Rock

""This is gonna be our last tour. It will be the most explosive, biggest show we've ever done. People who love us, come see us. If you've never seen us, this is the time. This will be the show."

...it “will be a three year long tour starting in January 2019.”"


I remember the last time KISS played a farewell tour in 2000/2001. They were back out on the road in 2003!
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KISS officially announce farewell End of the Road World Tour | Planet Rock

""This is gonna be our last tour. It will be the most explosive, biggest show we've ever done. People who love us, come see us. If you've never seen us, this is the time. This will be the show."

...it “will be a three year long tour starting in January 2019.”"


I remember the last time KISS played a farewell tour in 2000/2001. They were back out on the road in 2003!
Sadly Paul's voice has gone. People have been saying it for a while now and i didn't want to believe it but that video from America's Got Talent proves it.

Nice that a show such as this would have Kiss in the grand final. It's better than the generic Rn'b shite we'd have to put up with.
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This should go in the Christmas Thread, but that is still closed, so this will have to go here instead

Lynyrd Skynyrd, Yes, ZZ Top, King Crimson stars for William Shatner Christmas album | Planet Rock

"A number of high-profile rock stars have collaborated with Star Trek legend William Shatner on his new record ‘Shatner Claus – The Christmas Album’.

Set for release on Friday 26th October via Cleopatra Records, Shatner’s upcoming record sees the octogenarian actor cover 14 traditional Yuletide favourites in his idiosyncratic style.

Guesting on the record are former Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle on ‘Winter Wonderland’, Yes ft. ARW keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman (‘O Come, O Come Emmanuel’), Jethro Tull’s singer and flautist Ian Anderson (‘Silver Bells’) and ZZ Top legend Billy F. Gibbons (‘Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer’).

Others joining Shatner for the (sleigh) ride are King Crimson woodwind extraordinaire Mel Collins (‘Twas The night Before Christmas’), Iggy Pop (‘Silent Night’) and The Cars guitarist Elliot Easton (‘Run Rudolph Run’)."


Full track listing:
1. Jingle Bells (featuring Henry Rollins)
2. Blue Christmas (featuring Brad Paisley)
3. Little Drummer Boy (featuring Joe Louis Walker)
4. Winter Wonderland (featuring Todd Rundgren, Artimus Pyle)
5. Twas The Night Before Christmas (featuring Mel Collins)
6. Run Rudolph Run (featuring Elliot Easton)
7. O Come, O Come Emmanuel (featuring Rick Wakeman)
8. Silver Bells (featuring Ian Anderson)
9. One for You, One For Me
10. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (featuring Billy Gibbons)
11. Silent Night (featuring Iggy Pop)
12. White Christmas (featuring Judy Collins)
13. Feliz Navidad (featuring Dani Bender)
14. Jingle Bells (featuring Henry Rollins) (Punk Rock Version) (Bonus Track)

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Metallica have announced a full UK 2019 tour, with support from enigmatic Swedish metallers Ghost and Norwegian stoner punk trio Bokassa

Dates are:

JUNE 2019
Manchester Etihad Stadium – Tue 18th
London Twickenham Stadium – Thu 20th

https://www.planetrock.com/news/rock...-guests-ghost/
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Metallica have announced a full UK 2019 tour, with support from enigmatic Swedish metallers Ghost and Norwegian stoner punk trio Bokassa

Dates are:

JUNE 2019
Manchester Etihad Stadium – Tue 18th
London Twickenham Stadium – Thu 20th

https://www.planetrock.com/news/rock...-guests-ghost/
Wow two dates on a full UK tour. They shouldn't have bothered.

And in June as well. This could seriously impact on Download. Not that it bothers me.
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Obviously, these things are subjective...

Every Iron Maiden Song Ranked From Worst to Best | Loudwire

The top 20:

20. "The Wicker Man" - 'Brave New World' (2000)
19. "Prowler" - 'Iron Maiden' (1980)
18. "Paschendale" - 'Dance of Death' (2003)
17. "Aces High" - 'Powerslave' (1984)
16. "Fear of the Dark" - 'Fear of the Dark' (1992)
15. "2 Minutes to Midnight" - 'Powerslave' (1984)
14. "Murders in the Rue Morgue" - 'Killers' (1981)
13. "If Eternity Should Fail" - 'The Book of Souls' (2015)
12. "Remember Tomorrow" - 'Iron Maiden' (1980)
11. "The Ides of March" / "Wrathchild" - 'Killers' (1981)
10. "Iron Maiden" - 'Iron Maiden' (1980)
9. "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" - 'Seventh Son of a Seventh Son' (1988)
8. "The Trooper" - 'Piece of Mind' (1983)
7. "Children of the Damned" - 'The Number of the Beast' (1982)
6. "Powerslave" - 'Powerslave' (1984)
5. "Phantom of the Opera" - 'Iron Maiden' (1980)
4. "Killers" - 'Killers' (1981)
3. "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" - 'Powerslave' (1984)
2. "The Number of the Beast" - 'The Number of the Beast' (1982)
1. "Hallowed Be Thy Name" - 'The Number of the Beast' (1982)
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