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Original Portuguese version on World Of Metal. In September, BLAME ZEUS had introduced their new bass player Bruno Branco on social media and in early November they introduced him live, at Metalpoint – although, of course, the long awaited return to … Continue reading →
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Original Portuguese version on World Of Metal. BLAME ZEUS‘ guests were a pleasant surprise. I had never heard of MR. GIANT & THE BROKEN STONE but their alternative rock, bordering melodic metal, took me over completely. Their debut album, “Metamorphosis”, … Continue reading →
Originally shot for Glam Magazine. Representing the prog-rock, BLAME ZEUS came up next, focusing still on “Theory Of Perception” but already playing a new one (“Déjà Vu”) and finishing with the usual “oldie” “The Apprentice”. http://www.facebook.com/BlameZeus/
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Third is the charm and the third band on stage was the most anticipated one. As a reviewer, I had the honor of listening to “Theory Of Perception” in advance, but to the majority of the crowd this was the … Continue reading →
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PROJECTO SEM NOME had better lights – except on bassist Eugénio – but then again, drummer Rui, who’s also a photographer, may have given some instructions to the tech. He even teased me a bit prior to the show, mentioning … Continue reading →
NETHERGOD is the Phoenix born out of IN SOLITUDE ashes – and named after the latter’s last record, released 13 years ago already. It seems that the existence of the Swedish band with the same name influenced this change – … Continue reading →
Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. Things cooled down considerably with BLAME ZEUS, as their more progressive approach is spirited but much less aggressive. They’re about to go through some major line-up changes – both guitarists and the bassist still played … Continue reading →
I believe it was CINEMUERTE who organized the event – at least both DESERTO and BLAME ZEUS thanked them for the invitation – but despite that and their much longer career, the headlining role was played by BLAME ZEUS. Probably … Continue reading →
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My first BLAME ZEUS gig, And even though “alternative progressive rock” (that’s how they describe themselves) isn’t much of my thing, I had quite the fun! They’re good and give themselves to what they’re playing, feeling it in their bones, … Continue reading →