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Category Archives: Let’s Get Real With Jeff Paulick

Jeff Becerra of Possessed takes his first steps in 30 years

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  Possessed frontman Jeff Becerra took his first steps in 30 years. With the aid of bionic walking assistance system developed by ReWalk Robotics, Becerra was able to walk again and posted a video to his TikTok. Becerra was tragically shot twice during an armed robbery and lost the use of his legs back in […]

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Video Premiere: Headless – “Misdirection”

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  Heavy rockers Headless are gearing up for their new album, Square One, out this Friday (24th) via M-Theory Audio. Those who enjoy Queensryche, Judas Priest, and Helloween will not want to pass this up as their music is filled with melodic power metal and non-stop high energy. Today (20th), the band has teamed up […]

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Ghost announce co headlining US tour with Volbeat

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  Papa Emeritus IV has announced, Ghost will be going on tour with Volbeat beginning January 25th, 2022 in Reno Nevada, and concluding March 3rd in Anaheim California.  Tobias Forge is the man behind Papa Emeritus IV who is, of course, the character who fronts Linköping, Sweden’s premier rock band, Ghost. Forge has created a […]

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‘Sermons of the Sinner’ by KK’s Priest Exceeds Expectations

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  You’ve read all the stories and comments online and you’ve likely heard the first few songs released from the debut from KK’s Priest, the new band formed by longtime Judas Priest guitarist KK Downing. And you might be wondering about the rest of the new record that’s releasing mere days from now. So if […]

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Ministry’s new LP ‘Moral Hygiene’ is one of their best

Posted by on September 20, 2021

  Moral Hygiene has quickly become one of my favorite records of 2021 and I’m rather surprised at the reason why. Perhaps it’s the rather upbeat sonics, or maybe the lyrics that take a slightly less abrasive and more optimistic tone than much the band’s previous record. But really, what I think it comes down […]

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