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Bloodbath - 70,000 Tons of Metal 2019 - By Jason Carlson

70,000 Tons Of Metal Scorecard: Emperor, Epica and Haggard Announced

The tenth anniversary of 70,000 Tons of Metal kicked into high gear on Friday. A day after the announcement of on-sale dates, The Skipper and crew announced the first three acts. Survivors and newbies alike rejoiced when the first act, the almighty Emperor, made its way to social media pages. Those on the fence for the 2020 cruise quickly changed

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EMPEROR TO RELEASE A MASSIVE VINYL BOX SET NEXT YEAR!

Emperor fans rejoice! Blood Music has announced that they have teamed up with the legendary band to create one of the largest vinyl box sets ever created in the history of music! Due out in a year, the Emperor box set will be “the most incredible, beautiful, and archival collection one could ever imagine into a massive Complete Works box

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TUSKA OPEN AIR METAL FESTIVAL TIME SCHEDULE HAS BEEN POSTED!

Tuska is only a few weeks away and now we can start planning the path we run from stage to stage!  I can tell you right now that Friday night I’m going to be completely out of breath… but hopefully not out of beer!  Saturday doesn’t look to provide much of a break so hopefully this time around I won’t

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TUSKA 2014 SCHEDULE FINALIZED, AFTER-PARTY CLUBS AND BANDS ANNOUNCED!

The date is fast approaching! Soon a sea of black will swarm the streets of downtown Helsinki when the annual Tuska Open Air Metal Festival arrives in late June. From thousands of drunken blonde haired people to the heavy music celebration in the metal capital of the world, this festival is always one to experience. Earlier this month the organizers

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IHSAHN- “EREMITA” FULL ALBUM STREAM ONLINE!

Ihsahn will be releasing, “Eremita”, tomorrow(June 19th) in North America  via Candlelight Records. Do you want to hear the new record now? Well thanks to AOLMusic you can! They are streaming the new album in it’s entirety and I HIGHLY suggest that you go check it out! Oh, and if you missed it last week, read our review of “Eremita”

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