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Photos/Review: Iced Earth @ Gramercy Theatre w/ Sanctuary & Kill Ritual

Posted by on April 2, 2018

Despite going through a revolving door of lineup changes, Iced Earth has continued to deliver, and it’s all thanks to rhythm guitarist Jon Schaffer. Their resilient strength is evidently shown in their latest effort, 2017’s Incorruptible, which was the first to include the recruitment of lead guitarist Jake Dreyer as well as the return of […]

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Sanctuary to tour as scheduled w/ Iced Earth as a tribute to Warrel Dane

Posted by on January 12, 2018

When Warrel Dane passed away last month, we assumed that Sanctuary would drop off the tour with Iced Earth. However, as of yesterday (11th), the group has announced that they will carry on with the tour. The trek will be a tribute and a farewell to the late singer and Joseph Michael (Witherfall) will be […]

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Raven drummer has “serious health issues,” tour to continue with fill-ins

Posted by on May 17, 2017

Original NWOBHM Raven who are in the midst of an American tour have gotten some unfortunate information regarding their drummer, Joe “The Baron” Hasselvander. While it’s not certain what’s wrong with him, a “sudden serious health issue” has left him unable to play. The drummer, who’s also logged time in Pentagram, will have some talented drummers […]

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DragonForce announce new drummer

Posted by on June 3, 2014

Now DragonForce have a new drummer to go along with their new label. The  band have announced that Gee Anzalone, who’s played with Braindamage and Killritual, is the band’s new drummer. Anzalone replaced Dave Mackintosh, who played with the  band for four albums. The band’s Metal Blade debut, Maximum Overload, will be released on August 18th. […]

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New & Noteworthy, October 31st: Deceiving Eyes

Posted by on October 31, 2012

This release week will be somewhat atypical for me, both because the list is coming out on a Wednesday and because I will NOT be giving mandatory imperatives of getting out to the store to buy albums. Why are things this way, you ask? It is because of this: yesterday, while most of you were […]

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