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  • The Church- Man Woman Life Death Infinity

    The Church Man Woman Life Death Infinity Unorthodox https://thechurchband.net/ The Church are icons of the independent underground. They began their career as part of the 80’s New Wave movement, but have evolved the style over the years, helping to...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/455-the-church-man-woman-life-death-infinity
  • THE NEAL MORSE BAND - The Similitude of a Dream (Review)

    is one you are certainly familiar with. He has been known for nearly a decade as the front man and co-founder of prog rock icons Spock’s Beard, and has current stints with Flying Colors, Transatlantic and is a proficient solo artist. Morse has been...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/390-the-neal-morse-band-the-similitude-of-a-dream-review
  • JORN - Heavy Rock Radio (Review)

    the strongest voices in metal. Since the 1990s he has been an active part of the global scene, fronting melodic power metal icons Masterplan, and adding vocals to Tobias Sammett’s Avantasia albums. As a solo artist, Jorn has crossed the globe numerous...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/321-jorn-heavy-rock-radio-review
  • PLAN 9 (Movie Review)

    to astound and amaze, and was an immediate phenomenon. Others, like Edward D. Wood Jr’s Plan 9 From Outer Space, are icons for the exact opposite reason. Despite its B-list cast (including an elderly Bela Lugosi, horror host Vampira and ex-wrestler Tor...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/256-plan-9-movie-review
  • TED KIRKPATRICK - The Doom In Us All: A Tribute to Black Sabbath (Review)

    Release date: January 20, 2016 No matter how you feel about Black Sabbath, the band has become musical and cultural icons. Since the release of their eponymous debut in 1970 their music has attracted devoted fans and equally enthusiastic detractors. The...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/243-ted-kirkpatrick-the-doom-in-us-all-a-tribute-to-black-sabbath-review
  • R.I.P. Jon Bunch

    Hide Nothing This text will be replaced Jim 1340: 2016 has been a tough year for rock n’ roll. With the passing of so many icons, fans have been sucker punched by a year that seems destined to leave us reeling from the loss of those who have inspired...

    http://1340mag.com/2-uncategorised/241-r-i-p-jon-bunch
  • YOKO AND THE OH NO'S - Yoko And the Oh No's (Review)

    No’s self-titled debut will bring to mind the Velvet Underground (to the point of referencing the seminal New York alt-rock icons in the song “Nobody Wants to Know”) and the Strokes. Those readers of the more indie persuasion might sit this album on...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/140-yoko-and-the-oh-no-s-yoko-and-the-oh-no-s-review

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