Thin Lizzy Discussion – Ep352

Thin Lizzy Discussion – Ep352

We give a little Irish to you this week with our Thin Lizzy Discussion! Greg Troyan of the band Lipstick and podcast The Lipstick Panel joins us to cover the Thin Lizzy discography. Join us as we take you through each album, giving detailed stories about the production and songwriting. Additionally, we provide our thoughts on each album, picking our favorite songs. The Thin Lizzy history starts in 1971. Distributed by Decca Records and featuring…

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Rock Superpowers Unite with Marvelous Team-Ups Ep314

Rock Superpowers Unite with Marvelous Team-Ups Ep314

Things get explosive this week when Rock Superpowers unite with Marvelous Team-Ups! We’ve got collaborations that will leap bad radio in a single bound. This audio spread includes fantastic unions of Motorhead with CC Deville, as well as Dee Snider with Zakk Wylde. Marvelous Team-Ups You also get a Hollywood team-up of Lizzy Borden and Betsy Bitch.  Additionally, you get team ups of Axl Rose and Alice Cooper, Volbeat and Danko Jones, and Paul Stanley…

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EVERGREY – The Storm Within (Album Review)

EVERGREY – The Storm Within (Album Review)

Evergrey is a progressive metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. The band was founded in 1995 by Dan Bronell and Tom S. Englund and released its debut album, The Dark Discovery, in 1998. The Storm Within is their tenth studio album and it is monumentally epic in its sound and sonic landscape.  The band appear a moody bunch of malcontents musing on metal mainstays, such as death, freedom and the rights of farmers (only joking). The…

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Album Review: Arca Hadian – The Prophecy

Album Review: Arca Hadian – The Prophecy

More Italian Power Metal, which owes a huge debt to Finland’s Sonata Arctica and Cain’s Offering.  The band are made up of Carlo Faraci on vocals, Federico Di Pane on guitar, Patrizio Clerici on bass, Claudio Ruggieri on keyboards and Alessio Spallarossa on drums.  The album is the band’s debut long player and I did largely enjoy what I heard.  It is not the most original of tune collections, but it is certainly polished and…

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