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Narnia
Narnia Returns
February 3rd, 2014
Narnia – Returns! Posted: 1-30-2014 PRESS RELEASE: THE LION ROARS AGAIN! Örebro, Sweden. January 31, 2014 Narnia, one of the world’s leading bands in neo-classical metal, are back again, stronger
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FIrestream Vault
Firestream Music Vault – Returns!
January 18th, 2014
Firestream Music Vault – Returns! Posted: 1-18-2014 XNilo Records & Metal Pulse Radio have partnered up with Solid FS to announce the return of the Firestream Music Vault! You heard
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BarrenCross
BarrenCross: NEW ALBUM: Birth Pangs
December 21st, 2013
BARRENCROSS: NEW ALBUM – Birth Pangs – 30 YEAR ANNIVERSARY ALBUM Posted: 12-21-2013 Official Press Release from BarrenCross: ATTENTION – Friends of Barren Cross: TODAY IS THE DAY! The NEW
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Almost Home
Guardian releases new single and lyric video
December 11th, 2013
GUARDIAN: New Single – New Album Posted: 12-11-2013 After 15 years, Christian rock vets, GUARDIAN, return with new single, ‘The Real Me’ from upcoming full-length album, ‘Almost Home’. New Single/Lyrics
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Bride
Bride says Farewell and Lightout
December 10th, 2013
After 30 yrs and the release of their recent album, Bride calls it quits Personal note from Bride’s front-man and co-founder, Dale Thompson: Dale Thompson: “‘Bride wishes to thank everyone
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Jon Foreman
Why Switchfoot wont sing christian songs
December 9th, 2013
Why Switchfoot wont sing christian songs Lead singer Jon Foreman was asked if Switchfoot is a “Christian” band. His response is might surprise some people. Jon Foreman: “To be honest,
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Ulterium Records
Worldview signs with Ulterium
December 9th, 2013
Worldview signs with Ulterium Official Ulterium Records Press Release:Ulterium Records are proud to announce the signing of the US melodic metal band WORLDVIEW to the label. Their debut album “The
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No More Hell To Pay
Stryper hits U.S. Top 40 Charts
November 13th, 2013
Stryper hits U.S. Top 40 Charts News Source: blabbermouth.net “No More Hell To Pay”, the new album from STRYPER, sold around 9,600 copies in the United States in its first