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Power metal bands

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heavy and power metal by redalakchiri

this collage includes around 160 bands, heavy and power metal bands for the most part. some played heavy/power metal at some point in their career. some... heavy and power metal

Band: Millennial Reign Titel: The Great Divide Label: Ulterium Records VÖ: 25/05/2018 Genre: (Melodic/Progressive) Power Metal Bewertung: 3/5 Written by: Lex

Band: Millennial Reign Titel: The Great Divide Label: Ulterium Records VÖ: 25/05/2018 Genre: (Melodic/Progressive) Power Metal Bewertung: 3/5 Written by: Lex

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Modern Power Metal Band UNLEASH THE ARCHERS to Release New Album, “Abyss,” via Napalm Records

Frontwoman Brittney Slayes [Photo Credit: Shimon Karmel] Less than a year after the release of their covers EP Explorers, Canadian melodic power metal quartet UNLEASH THE ARCHERS are back with a brand new 10-track masterpiece in the form of their fifth full-length album, Abyss. Lifted by the urge

Something Wild

Children Of Bodom - Something Wild (CD NEW) Label: Spinefarm Format: CD Release Date: 24 Sep 2010 No. of Discs: 1 UPC: 602517668157 Album Tracks 1. Deadnight Warrior 2. In the Shadows 3. Red Light in My Eyes, Pt. 1 4. Red Light in My Eyes, Pt. 2 5. Lake Bodom 6. Nail 7. Touch Like Angel of Death 8. Children of Bodom [Single Version] 9. Mass Hypnosis CHILDREN OF BODOM / SOMETHING

Slayer’s Tom Araya belting Motley Crue, Priest, and Dio covers in 1983 | Dangerous Minds

Watch these sick videos of Slayer’s Tom Araya performing covers of Mötley Crüe, Scorpions, Judas Priest and Dio along with his brother John Araya on guitar. Al Messi plays Bass and Jake Alvarado is on drums. Dimitri Galeos, the uploader of these clips, plays second guitar. One of the clips dates these performances at November of 1983, which would have been a month before Slayer’s Show No Mercy dropped. Slayer themselves had included covers of bands like Priest and Iron Maiden in their sets…