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Heart Sound Metal Fest – 6 April 2019

The 7 bands at Heart Sound Metal Fest produced an unique day that will live in the memory of those who attended. Leprous as headliners gave an awesome unique ‘shuffle-set’ show. Vola were superb on stage and the big surprise for many was Smash Hit Combo with their blend of hip-hop and metalcore. All bands offered their best to help for a good cause: raise awareness and funds on the fight against Leukemia.

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Vola – Applause of a Distant Crowd

“With “Applause of a Distant Crowd”, Vola have proven their inventiveness and further expanded their reputation as songwriting masters and sound magicians. A truly excellent album with some songs bordering on the mind-blowing and mind-expanding.” 4,5/5★

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Chronicles from Euroblast 2018 – Day 1

Euroblast 2018 was my chance to visit the festival during all 3 days. This festival attracts a very diverse crowd of music enthusiasts and musicians, ranging from pop-tinged progressive rock all the way to brutal technical death metal. The important thing is that the musicians involved are on the top of the class, both musically and personally. Read more to follow my full chronicle of these 3 days full of progressive awesomeness.

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UK Tech Fest 2018 Festival Review

The festival runs over four days with more than fifty bands performing. In addition there are industry workshops. For the two of us, who were Tech Fest virgins, the festival was a very pleasant experience. The audience is lively, but very friendly and easy-going. The festival is extremely well run, bands being on time, and changeovers going smoothly and quickly. The staff is generally pleasant, smiling and helpful, something that rubs of on the audience, making it easy to meet new friends.

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Phi – Cycles

“Accessible yet chock full of heavy hitting polyrhythmic grooves and blistering solos, Phi not only reinvented themselves, they single-handedly forged the blueprint of a genre with six equally impressive and anthemic hits. All killers, no fillers – “Cycles” is a masterpiece!” 5/5★

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