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All Nights Reserved

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About All Nights Reserved

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    87 Platinum Records and a Drug Addiction to Match
  • Birthday 10/03/1975

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hungary
  • Interests
    Sex and Drugs and Rock'n'Roll

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  • Favorite Band
    Van Halen
  • Favorite CD
    1984

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  1. Street Symphonies Records & Burning Minds Music Group are excited to announce all the details of "Burn 'em All", the new album by Swedish hard/sleaze rockers, Confess. After several years of touring, writing and pledging their legion to rock 'n' roll music, the Swedish five pieces combo took some time off to write the hits for their third official studio album. It's for sure their most honest and well crafted release so far. Some would say it's the perfect mix between their debut album "Jail" and the follow-up "Haunters". "Burn 'em All" is scheduled for release on February 28, 2020 via Street Symphonies Records / Burning Minds Music Group and is available for pre-orders now via Plastic Head Megastore: https://www.plastichead.com/item.aspx?catno=SSR037CD. A special personalized edition has been created by Outward Styles in a very limited quantity of 30 copies, and will be available exclusively on the label's online shop. A vinyl version will follow-up through German label Diabolic Might Records 666 (http://www.diabolicmightrecords.com); more details will follow in the forthcoming weeks. The album cover art has been designed by Gisel Ippoliti. Tracklist: 01. So What? 02. Malleus 03. Welcome Insanity 04. A Beautiful Mind 05. Heresy 06. Burn 'em All 07. Is It Love 08. My Vicious Way 09. 509 10. Prominence 11. One For The Road Confess is: John Elliot: Lead vocals Blomman: Guitar Pontus: Guitar Ludwig: Bass Sam Samael: Drums
  2. Oh man, every Eddie Van Halen solo is outstanding and pure class. What about this one, talking about underrated stuff. (Solo part starts at 1:45)
  3. New songs are comming, no new album in sight though.
  4. Not that good but still listenable. Jail is their best imo. The second album was way weaker and this new one seems go further into averageness. Same old story.
  5. Yeah, they got more melodic but I like that way too. Can't wait for the new album.
  6. Up to South of Heaven they were amazing to me. They should have finished after that imo.
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