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Book: Damien Echols – Life after Death

At only 18 years old, Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley Jr. are sentenced to life in prison and Echols even to death for the murder of three children. A long fight against the sentence begins, wearing down and aging three young men terribly. With prominent support from Henry Rollins, Pearl Jam, Johnny Depp, […]

Music: The Stranglers – Dark Matters

Finally a sign of life of The Stranglers from the South-East of England. In 1974 a couple of friends from Guildford got together to form the Guildford Stranglers and played pub rock. The word Guildford was soon dropped from the name and the four of them really took off as The Stranglers. Since 1977 the […]

Music: The Silencer

Death metal discovery of the year – and already broke up: The Silencer.

Book: Inga Rumpf – May I sing something

“When I was four years old, I sang a few folk songs at a family celebration and someone gave me a five-mark piece. I thought, well, I’ll do that more often. ”With these lines the autobiographical journey through time of the Hamburg singer, composer and author Inga Rumpf begins. They also mark the beginning of […]

Movie: The War of the Worlds (2020)

Mysterious meteorites land in England in 1905 and soon after in the whole world. Lovers George and Amy experience the impact of the first thing and the invasion of extraterrestrial life firsthand and flee. As the aliens destroy Earth, the military tries to fight them, with moderate success. Years later, Amy is trapped in a […]

Book: Mark Lanegan – Alles Dunkel dieser Welt

He could have been the Jim Morrison of our time. Equipped with an unmistakable voice and charisma, Mark Lanegan rose with his band The Screaming Trees to one of the top bands of the grunge era in the early nineties. Only to plummet all the more. Drug addiction, homelessness and street crime were the result. […]

Book: Nicola Bardola – Mercury

Freddie Mercury was one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history. Eccentric and shy, dissolute and modest. Hardly any rock star has been reported on as much as the frontman of Queen, but little is known about his years in Munich from 1979 to 1985. This book aims to change that. It describes in […]

Book: Rob Halford – Ich bekenne

Judas Priest is a constant in the heavy metal world. The face of the band is since 1973 – with a twelve-year interruption – Rob Halford, who is also no longer to be imagined as a frontman without. Now he has published his very open biography and does not mince his words, nor does he […]

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