This is a Helldone review 2013 by Alex Savage
I have already review this single one time in Vents Magazine, http://t.co/exbXgU3E30. But I have a lot to say about it…
January 30 L.O.C. will release his 8th studio album “Sakrilegium” Marquis is the first single from the album, I find the song very interesting, because of what it makes me think about, I probably have analyzed it wrong. But I don´t know.
Marquis is a hereditary title of nobility. But I don´t believe it is the case here, I think it is Marquis de Sade L.O.C. refers to.
Marquis de Sade was a french aristocrat, politician and write. He is known for his libertine sexualily. He published short stories, plays etc… some he denied to even had been written, he is best known for his erotic works. Which were philosophical displaying pornography, fantasies focusing on violence and blasphemy.
Napoleon Bonaparte ordered the writer of Juliette and Justine arrested in 1801…
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Hitting the ground running after their wildly successful tours supporting Dead Letter Circus and the Butterfly Effect nationally, Sleep Parade are very pleased to announce their ‘Inside/Out’ East Coast tour this December, performing tracks from their sophomore album Inside/Out for the very first time.
This year has seen the band mature into a formidable Australian act, buoyed by the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore record titled, “Inside/Out,” produced by the Aria-nominated engineer Forrester Savell. While fans around the country have also rallied for the boys, recently pledging over $5000 in their recent Pozible campaign aiding the boys to tour around the nation and consequently continue to grow their legion of fans.
Now, as 2013 comes to a close, the Melbourne boys plan to end it with a BANG, beginning their East Coast trek in Brisbane on December 12, before heading to Sydney on December 13 and…
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Testament were one of the first thrash metal bands to emerge from the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1980’s. Over the last twenty-five years, the band have released ten studio albums and have just unveiled their latest release, ‘Dark Roots of Thrash‘ – a live release that documents the bands sold-out performance in New York earlier this year. Following the release, we sat down with Chuck Billy to chat about longevity, influencing the thrash scene and having no regrets.
By Meghan Player
Congratulations on the release of ‘Dark Roots of Thrash’ this last week – are you excited it has now been released? Are you excited for fans to see it?
Hell yes we’re excited! Our last live DVD was Live at The Fillmore in SF and there has been a lot of music written since then. We have now captured a good set of our song…
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