Tag Archive: New Wave Of British Heavy Metal

Apr 17

Iron Maiden brought the Mayan culture back to life at The Forum (Los Angeles, CA 04/15/16)

This is my 7th time seeing my favorite band live, and I was glad to come back to where I got to see them for the first time. The Forum in Los Angeles, CA in 2008. Last time I saw Iron Maiden it was at the San Bernardino show most commonly known as ‘The Battle …

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Sep 07

Iron Maiden – The Book Of Souls (2015)

Since the moment that a new Iron Maiden was announced, the whole metal world went on expectation and anxiety mode. It was the re-assurance that this band was moving forward after singer Bruce Dickinson beat cancer, because at the end of the day ‘Iron Maiden can’t be stop‘. yes a song line that became the …

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Nov 14

Judas Priest live at Gila River Arena. Glendale, AZ (11/12/14)

It’s been a while since Judas Priest last visit the ‘valley of the sun’, but it was an odd night for us to see them live, It could be the impact of the new album or perhaps the heavy metal calendar being dumped over Arizona this week (Amon Amarth, Judas Priest, Arch Enemy, Kreator, Slayer …

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Oct 21

John Gallagher of Raven chats with The Age Of Metal

Classic, legends & pioneers, those are the only adjectives to describe Raven and what they weight in the history of heavy metal. Their attitude and music is just timeless, after more than 30 years of form they still delivering an entertaining and kick ass show from beginning to end.  Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Oct 20

Jarvis Leatherby of Night Demon checked in with The Age Of Metal

Last Wednesday (10/15/14) we witness of the return of heavy metal to its very basic form, not adorns, not spectacularly, just plain and simple drums, killer guitar riffs and galloping bass line. It was like being transported to 1983. The name, Night Demon, a trio from Ventura, CA that had achieved the formula to bring …

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Feb 15

Dave & Stefano of Savage Messiah discussed The Fateful Dark

I came across Savage Messiah a couple of years back when they released the Plague Of Conscience album, It was interesting to hear their material at that time. But once I got my hands on their upcoming album The Fateful Dark, they totally blew my mind this time around. Their riffs are like a blast …

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Sep 16

The Battle Of San Bernardino. San Bernardino,CA (09/13/13)

I started this road trip Thursday Sep 12th in Phoenix, AZ in the afternoon, and arriving to a hotel in Redlands, CA later that night which was kinda close to the venue, as well as decent and economic. The day of the show we arrived around 1pm to the San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino, CA. …

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May 06

Judas Priest – Epitaph DVD (2013)

Judas Priest is a heavy metal institution, and one of the bands that had defined the metal genre during the last 30 years, for many their name is the meaning of heavy metal itself. The band recorded the last show of their Epitaph World Tour 2011/2012 at the famous London’s Hammersmith Apollo on May 26th …

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Mar 24

Iron Maiden – Maiden England ’88 DVD (2013)

I grew up with the VHS version of Maiden England ’88, and seeing it released on DVD this March 25th causes a huge mixed of emotions. Not only because Iron Maiden was the first band that got me into metal, and my favorite band in the world, but because watching this DVD brought me memories …

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Aug 08

Iron Maiden at Ashley Furniture Home Pavilion (08/06/12)

Since its announcement back in January the Maiden England North American tour was destined to be a very special one. Based on the 1988 seventh son of a seventh son album, the 2012 tour is a reminiscence of the tour that followed the record at that time. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Oct 05

Interview with Biff Byford of Saxon

Saxon has carried the flags of NWOHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) for the last 30 years. they started at the same time that Iron Maiden, Motorhead and Def Leppard, and now they bringing us their latest work Call to Arms. Their 19th studio album, a fresh collection of songs that keep the same promise …

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