Tag Archives: Eels

Tarja Turunen aims August release for new album

Former Nightwish front women Tarja Turunen has been hard at work on her latest studio album, ‘What Lies Beneath’, the follow up to her 2007 release ‘My Winter Storm’ – a record that has now sold in excess of 250,000 copies in Germany alone, picking up gold & platinum awards along the way. Producing the […]

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Circle Of Dead Children announce return, new album

After a five year absence the mighty and legendary mega-beast Circle Of Dead Children have reemerged from the sewers of Pittsburgh with their new full length ‘Psalm Of The Grand Destroyer’. According to their press release, Circle Of Dead Children will bring with them a more focused and refined approach on their crusty, blackened grindcore […]

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Saxon to play classic album at Download

English heavy metal band Saxon who were recently announced to perform at this year’s Download Festival, have stated that they will perform their 1980 classic album ‘Wheels Of Steel’ in full for fans. The nine-track album which runs at 38 minutes and 56 seconds in full will please old fans and new fans alike.

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Light This City add new date to farewell tour

Light This City previously announced ‘The Final Thrash Attack Tour’ which would see the band play four tour dates and then hang up their guitars, drum sticks and mics for good but now the band has announced a fifth date for April. The date on April 12th will be the bands final show and there […]

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Shoes And Socks Off Release Free Covers EP

Shoes And Socks Off (Tobias Hayes) have released an EP ‘Piepton‘ as a free download. The EP are a six-track featuring covers of Nirvana, Radiohead, Pixies, Smashing Pumkins, PJ Harvey & Eels.

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The Cubical Announce European Tour

The Cubical have announced the dates of their upcoming European Tour. The tour will take place this April and will see the band visiting UK, Norway & Holland.

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Interview: As You Drown: Just playing for ourselves would be like masturbating!

Seeing a new band is always an exciting prospect because you might be witnessing the birth of a star. That unsigned band you only saw because you were bored last night might turn out to be the next Decapitated or Behemoth, and then you can claim you were there at the start to see what […]

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