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    The new Riverside was my number 1 in my 'best of' list.

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    This looks to be yet another solid release from an Icelandic metal band. Due out February 15th.




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    Revisiting Riot. God those guitars, those songs. I'm zeroed in on the Mike Dimeo era. Lots of great albums. Mike has a husky, powerful, soulful voice. Kinda Dio ish in some ways. Been going through Nightbreaker, Sons Of Society, Brethren of The Longhouse, Inishmore, etc. Just awesome, melodic metal with great guitar playing and singing.

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    Forgot to mention.....Army Of One, which is currently my favorite RIOT album. My God it rocks.

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    New Overkill. These guys rarely let me down.


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    Overkill are coming to a club near me on this tour. I saw them a few years ago when they toured with Symphony X and it was one of the loudest shows I have ever experienced. I have been to hundreds of concerts over the years and volume typically does not bother me, but about half way through their set I went back to the merch table and bought some ear plugs. It was so loud it was literally hurting my ears. When Symphony X came on they were not nearly as loud. I am not really that much of an Overkill fan, but they put on a good show.

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    That Overkill vid was devastating. Thrash up the ash.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100423 View Post
    Here is the first song from that album.
    I haven't listened to them in a long time, but they are a good band.


    Thanks for doing that, I was having problems with it.

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    Christ Almighty.......I cannot stop listening to RIOT. Listening to the title track....Through The Storm..... it's heavy, melodic, and awesome. .

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    Hello Gang!.
    Queensryche will give a concert on April 30 here in Costa Rica, first time I think!.
    Back in the day, I really enjoyed their music until "Hear In The Now Frontier" album but lost interest after that record, Friends, what should we expect from the show and its current alignment?.

    Thanks in advance!.
    Pura Vida!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Hello Gang!.
    Queensryche will give a concert on April 30 here in Costa Rica, first time I think!.
    Back in the day, I really enjoyed their music until "Hear In The Now Frontier" album but lost interest after that record, Friends, what should we expect from the show and its current alignment?.

    Thanks in advance!.
    Go see it. Todd is a great front man and can hit all those high notes that Tate can't hit anymore. The band is still great. I saw them about two years ago and really enjoyed it. I have seen Queensryche more than a dozen times, and this was the best I have seen them in years.

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    As to not be a total setlist spoiler, here are the number of songs from each respective album represented on their last gig of their last tour.

    Empire - 4
    Operation: Mindcrime - 4
    Rage for Order - 3
    Condition Hüman - 2
    Queensr˙che EP - 2
    Queensr˙che - 1
    The Warning - 1

    Looking through the setlists, they do change it up a bit.

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    Thanks SteveSly & 100423!!
    Pura Vida!!.
    Pura Vida!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Thanks SteveSly & 100423!!
    Pura Vida!!.
    You might want to check out the albums with Todd at the helm too. They are much better than the latter day Tate stuff.

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    Disco Metal? It's total crap but addictive at the same time...

    Macht das ohr auf!

    COSMIC EYE RECORDS

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    NP: Blue Cheer.....Dining With The Sharks.

    BC is heavy AF on this album. They come full circle. I mean, Motorhead heavy......

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacefreak View Post
    Disco Metal? It's total crap but addictive at the same time...
    I'll have to disagree with you on the "total crap" part. I love this album from start to finish. But then, I'm the kind of weirdo that loves both disco and metal...I've always thought it's a good combo.

    I hear a lot of Survivor influence in the songs on this album. Just ridiculously catchy songwriting. The funny thing about Beast in Black (and the work the lead guitarist/songwriter previously did in Battle Beast) is that it's '80s retro, but it mixes elements in a way that no one would have actually done in the '80s. You never could have made a record like that in 1985.

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    Finally got a copy of Ghost's Ceremony & Devotion. Square Fucking Hammer!
    I don't like country music, but I don't mean to denigrate those who do. And for the people who like country music, denigrate means 'put down.'- Bob Newhart

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    You might want to check out the albums with Todd at the helm too. They are much better than the latter day Tate stuff.
    Thanks SteveSly: will do it!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerjo View Post
    Finally got a copy of Ghost's Ceremony & Devotion. Square Fucking Hammer!
    Agree, great live album.

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    NP: Band: Last In Line
    Album: Heavy Crown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic2012 View Post
    NP: Band: Last In Line
    Album: Heavy Crown
    How is it? I have been thinking about picking it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    How is it? I have been thinking about picking it up.
    I've been listening to it on Youtube. It's great. Vivian Campbell is a monster guitar player. The lead singer is powerful. The opening track, The Devil In Me kicks ass. Check it out. It's worth buying. I might get it.

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    Been getting into the Priest the last couple of years starting with 'Screaming' and 'Defenders', then latest.
    On trip to Phoenix picked up 'Stained Glass' and 'British Steel'. How do those sit in their canon? Haven't listened to them yet. Very late to the party.

    Also picked up 'Book of Souls'.

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    Stained Class is considered probably their best 70s album. British Steel (imo) Is pretty good, mostly side one. Second half sags a little. That's just my opinion.

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