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27.09 Vektor - Posts Statement Addressing Allegation
Vektor have had quite the odyssey lately, being dropped less than 24 hours after being signed by Century Media Records due to the backlash that came as a result of mainman David DiSanto getting accused of domestic assault. Though these was little in terms of in-depth explanation from David previously, recent events led to him posting a video statement, which you can find below, along with a transcript that was posted alongside it. Read more
Getting Into: Thin Lizzy
by ScreamingSteelUS, RaduP | 24.09
In case you hadn't heard, the boys were back in town recently, and they were asking about you. Specifically, they were asking why you haven't listened to every single Thin Lizzy album yet.
Progventure Part 13: Green Carnation - Ääniwalli, Helsinki, Finland, 09.09.2022
by Ivor | 21.09
Back in February I got an opportunity to go to Stockholm for three weeks on short notice. As Swedes were very liberal with their pandemic restrictions, I started looking for concerts I could attend. I found five! Once there, however, not a single one of them happened. Among those postponed shows was the Green Carnation acoustic tour that I was so eager to see and eventually was lucky to attend in Helsinki about half a year later.
Opeth - Helitehas, Tallinn, Estonia, 14.09.2022
by Ivor | 18.09
The impacts of the pandemic can be felt far and wide. Touring bands alongside restaurant businesses are probably the ones that have suffered the most from the travel restrictions, lockdowns, and isolation requirements. After a sit-out period of two years, the test for bands is not only to overcome their own pandemic rustiness but also to stand out amongst the busy competition.
Wait A Minute! This Isn't Metal! - August 2022
by RaduP, musclassia, nikarg | 12.09
We here at Metal Storm pride ourselves in the metal that we live and breathe, and most importantly, write about. But there's a whole world out there aside from Satan-worshiping black metal and dragon-slaying power metal. Here's what we checked out this month.
by musclassia | 07.09
A festival 3 years in the making, ArcTanGent rounded off the British summer festival season with a 3-day musical orgy for fans of prog, post-, math and similar forms of rock and metal.