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Dark Days A Memoir by D. Randall Blythe

Dark Days A Memoir by D. Randall Blythe -review by Kat Alyst  I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that before I was asked to read and review “Dark Days A Memoir” by D. Randall Blythe, I really didn’t know much about the author or his band, lamb of god (before you correct me, yes, he …

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Black Sabbath by Mick Wall

Black Sabbath by Mick Wall Review by Kat Alyst If you have ever even liked a heavy metal song… then you will enjoy this very well written, thoroughly entertaining book. But if you have ever been amongst a crowd of thousands of sweating, screaming metal fans, hands formed into devil horns and thrust skyward while …

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Death Punch’d by Jeremy Spencer

Death Punch’d  by Jeremy Spencer -Review by Malia Kowitt The highly anticipated autobiography Death Punch’d did not disappoint. Written by Jeremy Spencer (Heyde), drummer for the hugely successful metal band, Five Finger Death Punch, tells the story of a lifelong struggle with drugs and alcohol through the rocker’s eyes. Part metal scene exposé and part …

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