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    Freezing my ass off in The Peoples Republic of Illinois

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    Within Temptation
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    The Unforgiving

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    Jon Pardi (Country)

    You have my deepest sympathies. Have you consulted a physician?
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    Bonfire - Legends

    An FYI, this release is 2 CDs, 32 tracks long... LOTS of covers. Africa Hold The Line Rosanna Man On The Silver Mountain I Surrender Stone Cold Death Alley Driver Black Masquerade Burning Heart Eye Of The Tiger Caught In The Game Doctor Doctor Lights Out Rock Bottom Child In Time Jet City Woman Silent Lucidity Eyes Of A Stranger Tears In The Rain The First Time Save Up All Your Tears Hot Cherie Dr. Love Hallelujah Rebellion Heavy Metal Breakdown Love Don't Lie I Wanna Be Loved King Of Dreams Frei wie die Geier Erinnerung Alt wie ein Baum
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    Arion - Life Is Not Beautiful

    Ok, I'm going to backtrack a bit now that I'm listening to the entire album. While I still think the new vocalist's vice is thin and could well be improved upon, the overall music itself makes up for it. The instrumental version of the CD would probably be top notch.
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    Lizzy Borden - My Midnight Things

    Color me simple, but I really like this album. For those who like Master of Disguise and Visual lies over the earlier material, this is right in there stylistically. Maybe not heavy enough for those who prefer the early material. Much better than Deal with the Devil and Appointment with Death.
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    Leah - The Quest

    No discussion of this album on the board, which surprises me. I wasn't sure which subforum to put this in, as it's a bit symphonic metal, some prog, and very melodic overall... kinda like a modern incarnation of Lana Lane but more lush symphonic arrangement. Vocal characteristics are very similar to Sharon from Within Temptation, which is perhaps why I like it so much. I prefer a pop/rock female vocal style to operatic; the latter makes my hair hurt.
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    Bonfire - Legends

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    Top-5 2018 (at the moment)

    I can't start making a list yet. Too much good stuff yet to come this year: Disturbed Amaranthe Within Temptation Work of Art (assuming it comes out in 2018)
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    Kenny Leckremo - Spectra

    It's not horrible... but not that great either. Meh incarnate.
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    Arion - Life Is Not Beautiful

    I wish the female vocalist were the new lead vocalist rather than just a guest on this track. I can't stand the new male lead vocalist. His voice is thin and cringy. Last of Us was a rare gem... never to repeated. Sigh.
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    Diemonds - s/t

    Music is ok... dig the scenery though.
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    Dynazty - Firesign

    This album is pressing all the right buttons with me. Diggin' it!
  12. I'm enjoying the heck out of this.. kind of a mix between Iced Earth and Blind Guardian. Very polished. Out on Divebomb Records November 19. American sci-fi power metal duo DIRE PERIL featuring Jason Ashcraft (Helion Prime) and vocalist John Yelland (Judicator) announce they will be unleashing their new album "The Extraterrestrial Compendium" on November 9th, 2018 via Divebomb Records. The debut full length follows DIRE PERIL's three previous EP releases "Astronomical Minds" (2013), "Queen of The Galaxy" (2014) and "Through Time and Space" (2015). Inspired by all manners of science fiction, "The Extraterrestrial Compendium" bases each one of its 12 songs on classic sci-fi movies including Predator, Total Recall, Starship Troopers, and E.T. and features guest performances by Brittney Slayes (Unleash The Archers) reprising her role as Barbarella for a re-recorded version of "Queen of the Galaxy" and the mighty Arjen Anthony Luccassen (Ayreon, Star One, The Gentle Storm), who lends his voice and guitar skills to album-closer "Journey Beyond the Stars". "The album takes you on a journey all based on different sci-fi films. From fast aggressive right hand attacks (in style of Iced Earth) to softer acoustic passages." says Ashcraft. The band's first single "Heart of The Furyan" is a track based on the "The Chronicles of Riddick" series, but more importantly the third installment "Riddick" where the duo demonstrate a very strong gallop riff during the verse, a slow acoustic middle section and big chorus. Track Listing: 1. Yautja (Hunter Culture) 2. Planet Preservation 3. Enemy Mine 4. The Visitor 5. Total Recall 6. Queen of the Galaxy* 7. Roughnecks 8. Blood in the Ice 9. Heart of the Furyan 10. Altair IV: The Forbidden Planet 11. Always Right Here 12. Journey Beyond the Stars** *Features Brittney Slayes **Features Arjen Anthony Lucassen Album Band Line Up: Jason Ashcraft (Guitar, bass) John Yelland (Vocals) Featuring Brittney Slayes as guest vocalist on Queen of the Galaxy Featuring Arjen Anthony Lucassen as a guest Live Band Line Up: Jason Ashcraft (Rhythm Guitars) John Yelland (Vocals) Chelsea McMasters (Bass) Steven Soderberg (Lead Guitars) Tom Tierney (Drums) For more info: http://direperil.com https://www.facebook.com/direperil
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    Can you copy and post lists on the forum?

    It's in the footer of the board homepage. They're running vbulletin. Completely different software package.
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    Can you copy and post lists on the forum?

    What software and version is that board running? There are a myriad of forum software packages out there (phpbb, mybb, vbulletin, etc.) and they're all different on how they handle uploads and attachments, plus they can all be configured differently. Unless it's Invision Power Board v4.3.x, you can't really draw any conclusions.

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