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Names jack, Love Metal and all kinds of music and music in general! Main genre being Metal obviously! 17 years old and Don't be afraid talk to me :)
Anonymous: where are you from jack?

I am from Stoke On Trent, England! :) A mighty big shithole :p Its a old pottery town and you know it really was when the earth around most of this shit tip is covered in old broken pieces of pots and shit and hard as fuck clay :p When burying my dog… I literally dug through so much old pottery pieces :p

visual-massacre:

ALESTORM 

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visual-massacre:

ALESTORM 

photo by: Ashka Hel

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© Visual Massacre

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metalkilltheking:

2005. Keeper of the Seven Keys The Legacy 

is the 11th album by band Helloween, The musicians, Andi Deris (vocals), Michael Weikath (guitar), Markus Grosskopf (bass guitar), Sascha Gerstner (guitar) and new addition Dani Löble (drums, ex-Rawhead Rexx),   Keeper of the Seven Keys - The Legacy leans more towards the genre of progressive power metal than the previous album, Rabbit Don’t Come Easy, which was much more of a power metal album. It was produced by Charlie Bauerfeind (Blind Guardian, Halford, Rage) and features Blackmore’s Night singer Candice Night on the track “Light The Universe”.

 this veteran band pumped out their best material ever more than 20 years after debuting. Every song on this is enjoyable, and the twists and turns the album takes from song to song make it a positively electrifying experience. This is a statement of purpose for Helloween: they are here, bold and not going away in today’s metal landscape. Absolutely essential.

This album is great and amazing, Another classic that looks back to an even earlier classic.

Andi Deris    Michael Weikath   Sascha Gerstner   Markus Grosskopf   Dani Löble

(via metalisthekey)