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STEELcyclopedia - The Titans of Hard Rock By Taylor T. Carlson
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STEELcyclopedia - The Titans of Hard Rock is the third entry in Taylor T. Carlson's ROCKcyclopedia series of books. This book covers the best classic hard rock and metal bands of all time, including... More > groups like Black Sabbath, Uriah Heep, Blue Oyster Cult, Metallica, Megadeth, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, and Dio. For all 50 bands in the book, there are lineups, discographies, recommendations, and band histories. Printed in black and white, the emphasis is more on information - this is more a reference book than a coffee table book. As with the first two books in this series (HAIRcyclopedia Vol.1 - The Legends and HAIRcyclopedia Vol. 2 - The Vault) this one includes photos by David Plastik, a legendary photographer whose work has been seen on album covers, in liner notes, and in major music publications. Author Taylor T. Carlson is a die-hard rock fan residing in the Vegas Valley. His reviews can be seen in Vegas Rocks Magazine, as well as on Rock Over America (a music website.)< Less
September 2013 (#170) - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The September 2013 (#170) issue of HM Magazine, featuring The Devil Wears Prada, Beartooth, War Generation and Leaders.
August 2013 (#169) - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The August 2013 (#169) issue of HM Magazine, featuring features on Norma Jean, Blessthefall, O'Brother, Phil Anselmo, Minor Crisis and Nothing Till Blood.
June/July 2010 By FitStyle Magazine
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Check out this issues with special celebrity section benefiting many areas of charity for helping others during hard times. Get in on the fitstyle shootouts and much more...along with great articles... More > on health connecting mind and body to get register for the online community www.fitprolifestyle.webs.com< Less
June/July 2010 By FitStyle Magazine
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Check out this issues with special celebrity section benefiting many areas of charity for helping others during hard times. Get in on the fitstyle shootouts and much more...along with great articles... More > on health connecting mind and body to get register for the online community www.fitprolifestyle.webs.com< Less
'68 - July 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The July issue of HM Magazine – THE SUMMER LIVE MUSIC ISSUE – featuring Josh Scogin’s return to the stage in his avant-garde duo, ’68, with drummer Michael McClellan. The... More > official days of summer are here; you know because Warped Tour is here. We talk with tons of artists about their favorite summer festival memories, including special Q&As with Echosmith and For All Those Sleeping. We hit up the X Games and watch Kanye West, Pretty Lights and Wavves all wreck shop. Leroy Hamp and War of Ages lay the hammer down with their latest, Supreme Chaos, and Hamp talks about what it means to be a man in metal. Those Who Fear gets heavy with Managing Editor Collin Simula, and they should know. They might have written the heaviest record of the year.< Less
Phosphene Magazine Issue One By Q , Phosphene Media
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Phosphene is an alternative esoteric art publication. A hard-bound book is released twice yearly, accompanied by ongoing web media at www.phosphenemagazine.com. Phosphene showcases artists from... More > around the world working in various mediums: photography, painting, music, animation and video. The first issue is an examination of the artists' most favored muses. Contributors in order of appearance: Aurora Crowley auroracrowley.com James Chiang jameschiang.com Rachel Waniewski rachelwphotography.com Kristen Wrzesniewski krrristen.tumblr.com Lauren Crew laurencrew.com Kozyndan kozyndan.com Sergio Kurhajec sergiokurhajec.com Masha Sardari flickr.com/photos/gomophotography/ Hisham Akira Bharoocha hishamb.net/ Deibjerg Gray deibjerggray.com/< Less
Beartooth - June 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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The June issue of HM Magazine: the summer invasion of BEARTOOTH on the Vans Warped Tour; ANBERLIN's triumphant swan song; Max Bemis returns to form with SAY ANYTHING (and hundreds of his closest... More > friends); TOMBS' mastermind Mike Hill relives two decades on 'Savage God'; we have a short chat about Jesus with A Nameless Ghoul in GHOST B.C.; WOLVES AT THE GATE tell us about the mysteries behind 'VxV'; BEING AS AN OCEAN catches up with HM one month after their latest album hit stores; a story of grace and redemption from SEVENTH DAY SLUMBER; former A Plea for Purging guitarist and songwriter Blake Martin goes digital with RYNBLKMRTN's second EP; ISLANDER's 'Violence and Destruction' notches perfection ... and more!< Less
Brothers Perspective Magazine (Journey 5) By Amun Re
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For the development of African people through Art, Culture, Music and Self Awareness. The Constant growth of the people through self Awareness and Constant Change. for hard copy for sale at:... More > http://www.brothersperspective.com< Less
The Color Morale - September 2014 - HM Magazine By David Stagg
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Safe harbors of hope, The Color Morale is preaching a revolutionary positive mentality, and vocalist Garret Rapp is not only the face of The Color Morale, but he's also the face of hope's number one... More > success story. Thousand Foot Krutch's Trevor McNevan talks about the band's new album, Oxygen:Inhale, while In Flames makes their return known with their 11th record, Siren Charms, hitting shelves this month. Darkness Divided drops their debut album and talks with HM about Written in Blood, signing to Victory and what the majority of your year looks like when you spend it with your brothers. Colossus reveals the true nature of Badlands and how the South Dakota band brought all the pieces together for their sophomore Facedown release. Flyleaf has a new face, too: Kristen May. She takes over for former singer Lacey Strum and dishes about the band's new sound and dynamic as their latest, Between the Stars, comes out this month. Sleeping Giant's Tommy Green fires up a new monthly column.< Less