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Original Portuguese version on World Of Metal. After two editions cancelled by the pandemic, now that the restrictions were almost all lifted, River Stone didn’t wait for September to make their usual festival happen and promoted an indoors version in … Continue reading →
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Original Portuguese version on World Of Metal. I’ve lost count of how many bands drummer Luís Moreira is involved with, but apparently he still managed to add SOLLAR to his portfolio and The Skull Room Rockfest was his premiere. And just … Continue reading →
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Original Portuguese version on World Of Metal. In Japanese, sugiru is the excess of something; in our underground it’s synonym to pure rock – and that, in my humble opinion, is never too much. They have more than a decade “on … Continue reading →
Having in mind the International Women Day last Monday, Hard Rock Cafe Porto had a female-fronted band on their streaming sessions: SOLLAR. Here are a few screen shots I took while I watched it, longing for “the real thing”. http://www.facebook.com/Sollarpt
Originally written for Destructive Music. It’s been quite a while since I’ve heard a new goth’n’roll band, able to sound so old-school and so modern at the same time. Ladies and gentlemen, meet UNDECIMBER. You know that dark but not … Continue reading →
Back to punk rock. I had seen ARTIGO 21 three years prior, in this same festival, and at the time they only had a self-debut album out. By the time of this edition that’s what they still had, but last … Continue reading →
Original Portuguese version on Glam Magazine. Maybe for the die-hard metalheads to take a break, things cooled down hugely when German AND THEN SHE CAME got on stage. Not that it was a dull gig, not at all, but their dynamism … Continue reading →
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Original Portuguese version on Glam Magazine. Águeda has welcomed a wide and diverse range of artists – famous and on their way to become it – since 2006. In this year’s edition, representing rock/garage, we had Californian UGLY KID JOE … Continue reading →
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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 →
Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. SISTER’s debut “Hated” is a sleaze punk treat. Then for their sophomore “Disguised Vultures” they went heavier and wilder. And now with “Stand Up, Forward, March!”, they stood somewhere in-between, glamming up the sleaze and … Continue reading →