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  1. Bolt Thrower - For Victory - Mercenary - The VIth Crusade - Those Once Loyal Overkill - The Grinding Wheel (Fucking brilliant album, possibly my fave from Overkill!) Praying Mantis - Time Tells No Lies Saxon - Call To Arms Witchfinder General - Death Penalty
  2. Bolt Thrower - Attack In The Aftermath
  3. Venom - Parasite Is it bad I think I like Tony “Demolition Man” Dolan more than Cronos?
  4. Overkill Love (Love these guys rn their most recent albums from Ironbound-Wings Of War are incredible, just got the grinding wheel on Amazon.) Venom (Prime Evil album is awesome.) Dream Theater Motörhead Raven
  5. Iron Maiden - Book Of Souls (Live Chapter) Judas Priest - Battle Cry Motorhead - Stage Fright DVD and CD Overkill - Ironbound Overkill - Wings Of War
  6. Judas Priest - Cathedral Spires
  7. Poltergeists Are Invisibles Nuisances BALD
  8. Blaze Bayley - Infinite Entanglement Blaze Bayley - Endure and Survive (Infinite Entanglement Part 2) Lemmy The Movie Blu Ray Motörhead - Better Motörhead Than Dead (Live) Motörhead - Bomber ‘79 Anniversary Edition Motörhead - Everything Louder Than Everything Else (Live) Motörhead - Iron Fist Bonus Track Edition Motörhead - Nö Sleep At All (Live) Motörhead - Overkill ‘79 Anniversary Edition U.D.O. - Decadent U.D.O. - Dominator U.D.O. - Navy Metal Night (Live) Venom - Prime Evil
  9. Blaze Bayley - The World Is Turning The Wrong Way
  10. Happy Birthday mate! Stay metal \m/
  11. Blaze Bayley - A Thousand Years
  12. Last night was awesome, loved Blaze Bayleys performance, he's doing a lot better now than he did in Maiden now hes got his own repertoire. Dave Ellefsons band Sleeping Giants was really good they played a variety of Megadeth and their own material. Last of course Ripper, KK, Les Binks and Ellefson were amazing playing Priest classics, they even played Burn In Hell and Hell Is Home from Jugulator and Demolition which I was very happy about. @Requiem Blaze was indeed a nice touch. I even got to meet him after his performance, what a lovely down to earth guy he is. bought a couple albums and he signed them too. What a fantastic night and it only cost 11 quid \m/ Sadly I didnt get to meet Ripper or KK after but oh well, the performance was an amazing experience in itself.