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gdazegod
19-11-2017 09:44
Burn (UK) will have their new album 'Ice Age' released in Japan via Marquee/Avalon on Nov 22. The album is then released worldwide on Jan 19th 2018 via Melodicrock Records.

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19-11-2017 09:40
I was a bit cranky last week, waiting for various things to happen with the website transition. God it's good to be back. Didn't Gary Glitter sing a song like that? dogrun

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19-11-2017 07:06
Note to all Members. Please review your Message inboxes. Some of these are getting rather large. Thanks.

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19-11-2017 03:05
OK, all the YouTube videos are working again. Just use the YT link, and then encase in tags [ youtube] at the start, [/ youtube] at the end. Cool. Thumbs Up

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U.D.O - 1991 Timebomb
'Timebomb' was a comeback of major proportions, in much the same way that Iron Maiden and Judas Priest acheived with 'No Prayer For The Dying' and 'Painkiller' respectively.

U.D.O - 2009 Dominator
It says something for Udo's devotion to his band that he eschewed another Accept reunion in order to devote all his attention to the future of U.D.O., who are back on the scene once again, with their fifth studio album of the decade..

U.D.O - 2011 Rev-Raptor
As much as I didn't want to, I can't help but compare the latest offering from U.D.O. to Accept's excellent 2010 comeback release 'Blood Of The Nations.' There's no denying Udo's status as a metal legend, but I can't help but feel 'Rev-Raptor' pales into insignificance compared to the trail Accept are currently blazing.

U.D.O - 2013 Steelhammer
'Steelhammer' has a cleaner production than the last few albums and is noticeably heavier, but once again there's an abundance of tracks; 14 to be exact. I've read some gushing reviews of 'Steelhammer' which are a tad excessive, but still deserved.

U.D.O - 2015 Decadent
As predictable as a failed Liverpool title bid, every two years on the dot you're guaranteed a new U.D.O. album. That statement probably seems negative given the Liverpool comparison and in a way it's meant to be.

 
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