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Encyclopaedia of Australian Heavy Metal By Brian Giffin
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Described by metal-rules.com as "the first and best, most authoritative source on Australian metal", the Encyclopaedia of Australian Metal presents pictures, biographies and discographical... More > information on more than 2000 bands from all parts of Australia - from the early 70s pioneers like AC/DC, Buffalo and Rose Tattoo to the current breed: Psycroptic, Parkway Drive, Ne Obliviscaris and more. This edition comes as a 342 page soft cover book featuring thousands of entries by music critic and archivist Brian Giffin, cover art by former Alchemist guitarist Roy Torkington, a foreword by The Racket's Lochlan Watt and tons of exclusive live photos.< Less
Encyclopaedia of Australian Heavy Metal By Brian Giffin
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Described by metal-rules.com as "the first and best, most authoritative source on Australian metal", the Encyclopaedia of Australian Metal presents pictures, biographies and discographical... More > information on more than 2000 bands from all parts of Australia - from the early 70s pioneers like AC/DC, Buffalo and Rose Tattoo to the current breed: Psycroptic, Parkway Drive, Ne Obliviscaris and more. This edition comes as a 342 page hardcover book featuring thousands of entries by music critic and archivist Brian Giffin, cover art by former Alchemist guitarist Roy Torkington, a foreword by The Racket's Lochlan Watt and tons of exclusive live photos.< Less
Journal of a Metalhead By Martin Anthony
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My name is Martin Anthony. I’m a young man living the dream of being a Metalhead. In 2010 I left home for six weeks to take a solo trip of a lifetime to visit the United States and Canada. For... More > those six weeks, I was on my own, achieving a lifelong goal to visit North America. For six weeks I went across North America to visit eight great cities. In these six weeks I was able to see the sights I had wanted to visit, watch the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal bands I wanted to see and understand what being alone with only $5000 on tour is like. I survived a bomb threat in Times Square, walked through freeways to get to a Winger gig, dodged a jaywalking fine by a NYPD officer, shook hands with Ann and Nancy Wilson, walked the streets and avenues of Manhattan, crawled on my hands and feet to visit Lady Liberty and had a brush with Pornstar Carol Cox in Montreal. This is my Journal.< Less
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