What to say about 2017? Well nothing really, so just google ‘2017 in a nutshell’ if you want to find out what other truly important people are saying. As always we only concentrate on the music here. So rest assured music fans who follow Sounds from the Dark Side , you’re in good hands here.
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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds has just released its third record. We examine. Continue reading
‘s Anton Battle Beast Kabanen is back with vengeance, and a new-ish kind of beast. We take a look at its debut album Berserker.
Battle Beast, Beast in Black, Berserk, Berserker, heavy metal, Kentaro Miura, Metal, Nuclear Blast, power metal, review, Sabaton
Four years after playing Heineken Music Hall, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds made a triumphant return to Amsterdam last friday. This time bigger, bolder and, most importantly, better. We were there. Continue reading
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2017, Amsterdam, concert, live, Live review, Nick Cave, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Push The Sky Away, Skeleton Tree, Warren Ellis, Ziggo Dome Amsterdam
Screened in some two thousand cinemas worldwide on September 13th, David Gilmour’s Live at Pompeii is an impressive concert film in every aspect. We had a ticket for one of those screenings, and here’s what we thought. Continue reading
is back with their long-awaited follow-up to 2014’s Accept We take a look at the ensuing chaos. Blind Rage. Continue reading
2017, Accept, Blind Rage, Germany, heavy metal, Metal, Nuclear Blast, review, Teutonic, The Rise of Chaos, TT Quick
Axl Rose is back, and so are Duff McKagan and Slash for a rock ‘n roll reunion everybody hoped for but no-one expected. Not in this lifetime, at least. We were there in Nijmegen. Continue reading