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FESTIVAL NEWS: HRH announce new classic rock themed event for 2021

With a large degree of uncertainty remaining around when live music may be able to return in any shape or form, and it looking like it being 2021 before any sense of normality as we previously knew it could be restored, the team behind the Hard Rock Hell brand have announced their intention to kick off the new year in style, with a brand new festival weekender dedicated to the New Wave of Classic Rock, as it has become known.

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Asian Death Crustacean – ‘Baikal’ (Self-Released)

In life, we often tend to get into comfort zones of what we find normal. Sometimes we get stuck in those comfort zones like a rut. We may not be necessarily ignoring the world around us we may even be aware of what we are missing, much like how a person can live in a place their entire lives and not ever get around to seeing the famous museum just down the road. When you finally have a reason to get out of that rut we can discover something we had not ever truly considered. In these situations, John B finds that the reward of discovering is as good as the discovery itself. ‘Baikal’ had that feeling for him…

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Black Funeral – ‘Scourge Of Lamashtu’ (Iron Bonehead)

Black Funeral were founded in 1993 by Michael W. Ford, who performs under his magical name Akhtya Nachttoter. Over the years he has since went on to become the author of more than 25 books in the occult and Magick. As well as being a musician and author he is the current magus over the Black Order Of The Dragon and has been involved in the black metal scene for more than years. Despite the numerous line-up changes over the years since the inception of Black Funeral, in that time they have had a respectable amount of releases under their belt. With three demos, two EP’s and nine full-length albums we are about to see the release of their tenth full-length album just around the corner entitled ‘Scourge Of Lamashtu’.

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Lemurian Folk Songs – ‘Logos’ (Tonzonen)

The fact that Hungarian psychedelic blues rockers Lemurian Folk Songs take their name from the neo-mythical “lost land” of Tamil legend, which is once supposed have linked the Indian subcontinent to the island of Madgascar and Australia, and quote mantric texts in their background material, is a massive indication of what to expect from this, their second album.

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