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WONDERFUL THINGS – Tokyo Blade’s Andy Boulton opens up about ‘Valley Of The Kings’, the debut album by The Last Renegades.

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email Howard Carter had drilled a small hole in the doorway of Tutankhamun’s newly-discovered tomb In the Valley of the Kings and peered in. “Can you see anything?” asked his patron, Lord Carnarvon. “Yes,” he replied. “Wonderful things.” With Tokyo Blade’s latest album ‘Dark...continue reading...

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THE FIRST CUT IS THE DEEPEST – Toledo Steel’s vocalist Rich Rutter talks about the upcoming ‘The First Strike Of Steel’ anthology

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email Following on from their 2018 debut album ‘No Quarter’, British metallers Toledo Steel have pulled together their early recordings on a new album entitled ‘The First Strike Of Steel’, set for release on 15 May. ‘The First Strike Of Steel’ features the three...continue reading...

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THE METAL QUESTIONNAIRE – a special double helping from Acid Reign

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email Featuring Howard ‘H’ Smith and Pete Dee from Acid Reign First gig H: Marillion, Fugazi Tour Leeds University, Saturday 11 February, 1984. Amazing sweat box show blew me away. Immediately bought tickets for their Sheffield City Hall gig and that was totally different...continue reading...

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ONLY TIME WILL TELL – Desolation Angels’ Robin Brancher tells the story of the Londoners’ ‘lost’ second album, ‘While The Flame Still Burns’

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email March saw the first ever official solo release of ‘While The Flame Still Burns’. Chronologically, this was Desolation Angels’ second album but following the band’s demise in 1994 it found itself languishing in the vaults for nigh-on thirty years. Unusually for a UK...continue reading...

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THE REVOLUTION BY NIGHT – Andy Boulton, who’s steered Tokyo Blade through almost forty years of choppy waters, talks about their new album ‘Dark Revolution’.

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on email One of the true hard-working heavyweights of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, Tokyo Blade embody the spirit of the underdog. Dependable and earnest, the band have been responsible for a number of truly great albums over the years, and the trend...continue reading...

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