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Field Of Giants Second Album

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Can Masked Hard Rockers, Field Of Giants Overcome ‘Sophomore Slump’ With Second Album, In Arcadia?

Oxford-based, masked hard rockers, Field of Giants prepare for the release of their second independent album, In Arcadia, set for release in June 2017.

After a string of local shows to test their new material, the band, described as the love child of Tool and Incubus, have put the finishing touches to their new 9 track (56-minute) album. The follow-up from their independently released debut album ‘We Are’, In Arcadia promises to build upon Field of Giants’ distinctive sound of “Dense atmospheric, hard hitting rock!”.

The impressive 56-minute runtime is a testament to the band’s continued exploration into

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Rod Stewart at 2017 Mawazine Music Festival

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British Rock Star Rod Stewart will perform at the 2017 Mawazine Music Festival at OLM Souissi. He represents yet another musical icon to be added to the list of international performers at this year’s festival, performing on Saturday May 20.
Stewart’s unique voice and musical style have transcended all genres of popular music, from Rock‘ n Roll to new musical waves. He is one of the few artists who have been able to remain at the top for five decades.

Last Updated (Saturday, 08 April 2017 14:32)

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Sigil Streaming Full New Album Kingdom Of The Grave

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The Austin, TX crusty death metal destroyers from Sigil today premiere debut album "Kingdom Of The Grave" via Horror Pain Gore Death Productions on CD and digital formats. In celebration of the release, all the tracks can now be streamed below. Sigil blends classic Swedish death metal with American crust resulting in catchy, crushing...

Last Updated (Saturday, 08 April 2017 12:23)

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