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The Crazy World of Arthur Brown On Tour October 2016

  The Crazy World of Arthur Brown celebrates more than 45 years of the massive worldwide hit “FIRE”, with a brand new live show including the legendary fire helmet and Rock ‘n’ Roll theatricals. Arthur Brown first came to prominence in swinging London in 1967 after spending some time on the Paris

SAXON to Release Unplugged and Strung Up on November 18th 2013

The British heavy metal legends produce a series of alternative takes on classic favourites to herald a worthy new entry to the Saxonian Institute of Metal. There is always feral beauty in a raging beast...and with Unplugged and Strung Up, Saxon's selection of unique, fresh and adventurous interpretations of

DIO – Magica (Deluxe Edition)

Although understandably celebrated for his Black Sabbath contributions and his stand out solo masterpieces; there is more to Dio than ‘Heaven and Hell’ and ‘Holy Diver’. Ronnie James Dio was beavering away at this Heavy Metal lark for decades and his loss was so hard hitting for one reason: he

SAXON – ‘Sacrifice’ Review

Saxon have returned with album number twenty! A British institution of Heavy Metal who have hardly put a foot wrong in forty years (brush over that little spandex period) are back with ‘Sacrifice’.  Saxon are as good as they’ve ever been out on the live circuit and in big demand

SAXON UK Tour and Movie!

SAXON have hit us with TWO doses of GOOD NEWS today, a TOUR and a MOVIE! Never tired of the road, Saxon announce the UK leg of their Sacrifice World Tour in support of the upcoming album of the same name. The New Wave of British Heavy Metal legends will play 9

Interview with JB from GRAND MAGUS

We caught up with JB from Grand Magus, just after their awesome set at Bloodstock 2012, to discuss the new album, UK tour possibilities and his favourite Olympic event…   Hi JB, you’ve just rocked the main stage at Bloodstock, how was it for you? JB: Really good thanks yeah, we had a

BLACK SABBATH Live in Birmingham May 19th

After all the build up and drama over the last months it was finally time for Black Sabbath to hit the stage in their hometown of Birmingham. An intimate show will undoubtedly leave plenty of people who want to get tickets without them, and it did seem that half the

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