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Inglorious: Heroine :: 3.0/5.0 :: Released: 07.09.2021 :: Frontiers Music
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Inglorious - Heroine Album Art

Apparently, in the midst of a global pandemic, many of us have had extra time to kill, including UK heavy rockers Inglorious. Yes, the just released their fourth studio album We Will Ride (with a new lineup) only eight months ago. But when you can’t tour as you like, or as frequently, to clubs and festivals, why not make some more music. The quintet returns with a new covers album, Heroine, wherein they give their favorite female rockers their own heavy rock twist.

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New Music Review : Magic Dance – New Eyes : AOR Melodic Hard Rock

13 December 2018 Dangerdog Music Reviews

Magic Dance’s New Eyes is simply deja vu all over again: Eighties teen movie guitar and synth rock revisited and made fresh 40 years later. Recommended.

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Palace – Binary Music : New Music Review : AOR Melodic Hard Rock

12 December 2018 Dangerdog Music Reviews

Palace: Binary Music :: 4.5/5.0 :: Released: 07.12.2018 :: Frontiers Music Band Links: Facebook So Michael Palace returns with his namesake project, Palace, for a second album, Binary Music. And my first question is, “What the fuck happened to his hair?” Check out his band picture from 2016. I’ll wait. Don’t worry the pix will […]

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Dangerdog Music Reviews Names 2018 Album Of The Year

8 December 2018 Dangerdog Music Reviews

Dangerdog Music Reviews and founder and publisher Craig Hartranft are pleased to announce the 2018 Album Of The Year. The annual honor goes to American band Guild Of Ages and their album Rise. Released at the end of June by England’s Escape Music, the album received a 5/5, the highest score possible for any review.

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A Visit to Double Decker Records in Allentown PA: A Treasure Hunt for Vinyl Collectors

25 August 2018 Entertainment

So I visited Double Decker Records in Allentown today for the first time. For me, it’s a two hour and forty minute round trip to get there, but “somewhat” worth the time. I liked the place, and bought some vinyl and cassettes. Some observations then from my visit. First, the staff that I spoke to […]

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