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Radium Valley Tales from the Apocalypse
Some people say that Radium Valley are the French version of Rammstein. Maybe this comparison makes sense in terms of visual and topical aspects, but in terms of music, this comparison is nonsense. Itīs true, their music, too, has a certain dark vibe and the production sounds good but thatīs about it, with the common ground. Everything ... more/mehr


Rage From The Cradle To The Stage 20th Anniversary
Punctual to their 20th band aniversary Rage invited to the Zeche Club in Bochum/Germany in January. Almost a home-match. The result of that gig will be released these days on DVD and CD, and also as a limited package. The audio-double-edition, in any case, is worth seeing.

The setlist is comprehensive to the band history. ... more/mehr


Rage Speak of the Dead
This German band has been around for more than 20 years, but no sign of retirement. Peavy (vocals, bass), Viktor Smolski (git) and Mike Terrana (dr) have again produced an album that you have to take notice of. The Intro „Suite Lingua Mortis“ with the Symphonic Orchestra of Minsk is a small Progressive-Power-Metal masterpiece and ... more/mehr


Rage 21
In the year 2012 Rage are going back to their roots. Instead of orchestral, bombastic metal, which they played on their last very successful albums, they are now playing again what made them famous more than 20 years ago. This means straight-forward heavy metal without keyboards, complex arrangements or any other unnecessary gimmicks. ... more/mehr


Raggedy Angry How I Learned To Love Our Robot Overlords
Next to the record of iVardensphere, the Canadian label "Synthetic Sounds" has also sent us the latest disc of Raggedy Angry, entitled "How I Learned To Love Our Robot Overlords". Here, a sticker points out the involvement of producer Dave "Rave" Ogilvie and big names such as Skinny Puppy, Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson are brought ... more/mehr



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