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In no order -

 

Vega

First Signal

Toby Hitchcock

Boulevard

Confess

White Widdow

Ted Poley

Tango Down

Mecca

Dan Reed Network

Vain

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Testament

Scorpion child

Rival sons

Death angel

Devildriver

Bloody hammers

Megadeth

Anthrax

Catalano

Hell in the club

Texas hippie coalition

 

And most of those will probably be in my top 10

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Mildly interested in Sunstrike but I've been lukewarm on what I've heard so far and right now I'm not planning to pick it up.

 

Somewhat interested in Wildness who may have something out before the end of the year...

 

Not much else on my radar at the moment.

 

The big releases I was looking forward to were Nordic Union, Defiants and Treat and they've been fantastic. I've got plenty of spins left in each of those :)

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In no order

 

First Signal

Tango Down

Sunstorm

Ammunition

Ted Poley

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Ammunition writing and recording now....Age says it's coming along well.

 

And Glen - the Mecca blows the first 2 out of the water. Stunning.

Yes, Age said that in a facebook post, can't wait!

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Ammunition writing and recording now....Age says it's coming along well.

 

And Glen - the Mecca blows the first 2 out of the water. Stunning.

Good to hear.

 

The debut was patchy imo but loved the second one.

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Onward pounding into gloryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ride
Sign of the SPOTIFY be my guide!

 

 

My thoughts exactly.

 

If I crushed my skull and let the seeping contents form a thought... ;)

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