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Amazon UK is currently offering a significant discount on the 50th Anniversary box set edition of Love's classic Forever Changes ..read more
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This amazing shot of a crowd-surfing Damian Wilson takes first prize in the first round of our photography competition. Plus: Round 2 is ..read more
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Marilyn Manson played a mini-set at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston - and he got the crowd going ..read more
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Ian Anderson unboxes new Jethro Tull book which explores the history of the band ..read more
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British brutes Viscera (ex-Sylosis, Heart of A Coward, Martyr Defiled) discuss their favourite emerging death metal influenced acts ..read more
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Chris and Rich Robinson reunited last night at New York’s Bowery Ballroom to play Shake Your Money Maker in full ..read more
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The Gates Of Delirium Exhibition is taking place at Trading Boundaries until December 8 ..read more
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The Georgia Satellites' debut was a scuzzy blast of pure rock'n'roll amidst the glamour and glitz of hair metal... but has it stood the ..read more
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Also in this issue: Airbourne, the Rolling Stones, Phil Campbell, Joe Elliott, Jimi Hendrix, Robbie Robertson, Taylor Hawkins, Opeth and ..read more
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Michael Monroe will play next year’s Call Of The Wild festival - as a further five artists are confirmed ..read more

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