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IMAGIKA IS BACK! BAND SIGNS TO DISSONANCE PRODUCTIONS. NEW ALBUM “ONLY DARK HEARTS SURVIVE” SEPTEMBER 2019

After 10 years IMAGIKA is back! The most successful lineup of the band with guitarist Steven D. Rice (Kill Ritual, Imagika), vocalist Norman Skinner (Skinner, Niviane, Hellscream, Imagika), bassist Jim Pegram (Mudface, Angerhead, Imagika) and guest drummer Matt Thompson (King Diamond) have recorded a blistering new CD that is a modern take on where the band left off in 2009. Their new 8…

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SATAN’S EMPIRE SIGN WITH DISSONANCE PRODUCTIONS!

NWOBHM underground Metallers SATANS EMPIRE sign to Dissonance and plan to release their second album“Hail The Empire” in October this year.Drummer Magpie had this to say:Really happy to sign with the UK’s premier metal labeland we really think we will deliver the album we really think we are capable of. We have been working hard on the songs and pre production and are…

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USA SPEED METAL GODS AND TRUE MASTERS OF METAL AGENT STEEL SIGN WITH DISSONANCE PRODUCTIONS.

It’s been a long time anticipated, and now it’s official: 1980’s speed metal veteran, founder/vocalist John Cyriis, has resurrected his brand creation, the “Agent Steel band and it’s new incarnation in 2019 ... is finally upon us!” So let’s get straight to the point: The band’s current lineup consists of guitarist Nikolay Atanasov, and original AS guitarist Bill Simmons;Mr.Simmons is the first/original guitarist…

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WAR STORIES – Amulet’s Marek ‘Heathen’ Steven on ‘The Inevitable War’…

One of the things that comes through most when talking to Marek Steven is his enthusiasm for Amulet’s second album. He is actually worried that he sounds cocky, but in truth he’s just pleased with the way ‘The Inevitable War’ has turned out. “I am an enthusiastic person anyway,” he admits, “but having played this type of music for longer than I’d like…

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STREET FIGHTING MAN – Quartz’s drummer Malcolm Cope reminisces about the band’s early days

“In Birmingham back then everyone knew everyone from a musicians’ point of view,” is how Malcolm sets the scene, “and the three of us played in a band called Copperfield in the late Sixties. That, unfortunately, didn’t do what it was supposed to do but as I said everybody in the Birmingham area sort of knew one another and we’d all played in…

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