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SHADY Aug 9
Blasting: WITCHFINDER GENERAL "LIVE '83" LOUD AF THIS MORNING
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 9
Hats Off Gentlemen it’s Adequate: Out of Mind Review. What a fine name for a band. And let me tell you – they are much, much better than plain old
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 8
Medusa Touch: Terror Eyes: The Anthology Here we go with another “lost” band from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal early days. This time it’s Medusa Touch from Edinburgh. They formed in 1982,
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 10
Bodine: Anthology Review. Bodine. What a band they were. Back in the 1980s, Holland boasted a number of excellent hard rock/metal acts. The likes of Vengeance, Helloise, Vandenberg et al. should have
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 10
Magoria: Review. Now, whilst NWOBHM has been my musical mistress since 1978 or so, progressive rock isn’t far behind. Also, I’m a stone cold sucker for a double-concept album. And in Magoria’s
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 8
Tygers of Pan Tang Review. The “Tygers” may have been around since the early days of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal but they have lost none of their bite over the decades as
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 8
Angel Witch: Angel of Light Review. All the way back in 1980, Angel Witch released their eponymous debut album. It was (and is) a New Wave of British Heavy Metal landmark and helped to define what
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 11
Thunderstick: Something Wicked This Way Came Review. The incomparable – of course the ex-Iron Maiden and Samson drummer from the good old days – can’t be kept down. Here he is with his
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 11
Orange Clocks Metamophic Review. After their brilliantly bonkers debut album Tope’s Sphere (review here), Orange Clocks have put out a superb follow-up with Metamorphic. Fantastically
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com 7h
Elixir: The Son of Odin. Elixir’s remarkable debut album is a proper NWOBHM-era classic. After searching for, and being unable to find, a record deal, the band self-released Son of Odin in a limited run
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com 15h
Flight 19: The Anthology Review. 19 buzzed around the New Wave of British Heavy Metal scene for a few years in the 1980s and were not without promise. A few demos and a gig recorded on “home turf” in
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 11
Interview with Phil Denton of Elixir. Here's an in-depth interview with guitarist Phil Denton. All the way backin the mid-1980s when "ruled" they debuted with the excellent Son of Odin. And the band
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 10
Raven: Over the Top. The Neat Albums 1981 – 1984. Here’s a monster, monster slab of classic New Wave of British Heavy Metal for you. The first three studio albums and their remarkable live
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 10
Money First Investment Review Add to the long list of New Wave of British Heavy Metal era bands who had to chops but no the breaks. Their sole album – First Investment – came and went
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 11
Soldier: Storm Rider EP Review All the way back in 1979 a young and hungry band by the name of Solider formed in Northampton. This was the good old early days of the New Wave of Heavy Metal and
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Troyen Aug 11
We are stoked to announce we have signed with RS Band Management
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com 48m
Iona: Don’t Cry for the Innocent. (formerly GBH) hailed from Pontypool in Wales. Active around the late 1970s/early 1980s during the New Wave of British Heavy Metal explosion. Add the band to the long list of
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com 3h
Outside: Magic Sacrifice Review. Idling away a few minutes absent-mindedly looking at random music vids on YouTube I landed on a frantic number by a band called Outside. The style screamed
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com Aug 9
Zenith: Death by Misadventure As I recall back in the peak years of the New Wave of Heavy Metal back in the 1980s there was more than one band on the scene called Zenith. I may be wrong, though it
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Newwaveofbritishheavymetal.com 19h
Holocaust: Heavy Metal Mania the Singles Here’s some proper “old school” New Wave of British Heavy Metal for you. The marvellous have their early singles/EPs out on one CD. Some
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