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Old 11th February 2010, 01:12   #196
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Swano is a genius. I really like Edge of Sanity's Crimson. His other projects are Pan-thy-monium and Moontower. I'm yet to listen to Moontower.

If you like Dan swano you may also like Devin Townsend and Pelican.
Moontower is bloody good. Get it if you can. I became a Swano fan after listening to that album.
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Yes I heard a track from Moontower itself and was pretty good. Wolfheart I have heard a bit of Devin Townsend and SYL but not a lot of their work.
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The oraganizers's website was recently hacked by a piddled off metalhead. He changed the webpage to " C**k In India" and the page was full of abusive venom!! Hilarious stuff.You can read about it here
Rockinindia.com Hacked! | Indiecision: Music Magazine: Indian indie music News, MP3s, Interviews, Videos, Giveaways, Awesomeness
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Old 11th February 2010, 15:15   #199
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Tuborg 'Fun Starts Here' presents

RESURRECTION IX - The Return To Darkness

In Association with Furtados Music & Musee Musical

A Rock Castle and Demonstealer Records Initiative

PUNE
Date: Thursday 4th Feb
Time: 7pm
Venue: Zaha, Chandani Chowk
Bands: Demonic Resurrection, Abraxas & Zygnema
Entry: Rs.200

DELHI
Date: Thursday 11th Feb
Time: 8:00pm
Venue: Turquoise Cottage, Vasant Vihar
Bands: Demonic Resurrection, Acrid Semblance & Undying Inc
Entry: Rs.200

HYDERABAD
Date: Friday 12th Feb
Time: 8:00pm
Venue: Torque, Hotel Green Park
Bands: Demonic Resurrection, 1833AD & Escher's Knot
Entry: Rs.200


BANGALORE
Date: Saturday 13th Feb
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Zero G, Residency Road
Bands: Demonic Resurrection, Theorized & Kryptos
Entry: Rs.200

MUMBAI
Date: Thursday 18th Feb
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Marimba Lounge, Behind Fun Republic (Andheri)
Bands: Demonic Resurrection, Exhumation & Bhayanak Maut
Entry: Rs.200


Keep Supporting Metal \m/
I have not heard these acts. Any ideas?
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I have not heard these acts. Any ideas?
Demonic Resurrection are a local Bombay Metal band. They play original black-death metal a la Dimmu Borgir. The music is as heavy as it gets in India.

Haven't heard of the other two bands.
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The oraganizers's website was recently hacked by a piddled off metalhead. He changed the webpage to " C**k In India" and the page was full of abusive venom!! Hilarious stuff.You can read about it here
Rockinindia.com Hacked! | Indiecision: Music Magazine: Indian indie music News, MP3s, Interviews, Videos, Giveaways, Awesomeness
Haha, hilarious stuff indeed!
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The oraganizers's website was recently hacked by a piddled off metalhead. He changed the webpage to " C**k In India" and the page was full of abusive venom!! Hilarious stuff.You can read about it here
Rockinindia.com Hacked! | Indiecision: Music Magazine: Indian indie music News, MP3s, Interviews, Videos, Giveaways, Awesomeness
Seriously its a mocker to use this term Rock in India. They should be ashamed of this and they should get ridiculed for insulting the rock and metal fans of India.


Its an insult to the folks who played at the earlier Rock In India's.
Its an insult to Maiden

I am spreading this link to all who I know.
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Good riddance for ruining a rather decent rockfest.
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Epic win -C**k in India!!

What's irritating is that the concert is going to be a HUGE success for reasons that people know all too well.
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Epic win -C**k in India!!

What's irritating is that the concert is going to be a HUGE success for reasons that people know all too well.

True - so true! Damn, they should atleast rename the show and name it something appropriately sissy!
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I just noticed the comments they're equally hilarious. One goes "Padmashree 2011 for this metalhead". Others have started an online a campaign to send Black Chuddies to the organisers as a sign of protest!

Don't know what these kids have been smoking!
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wolfheart/reignofchaos, been listening to some Edge of Sanity stuff and it is bloody good
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@Abhay <lml

All of you guys from Mumbai, there are going to be regular Tuesday Metal Nights at "The Watering Hole" in Oshiwara. This kicked off last tuesday and started off with playing Megadeth, Slayer, Priest, Maiden and Ozzy. Once the owner is accustomed to it, I'm going to try to make things heavier as days go by!
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Others have started an online a campaign to send Black Chuddies to the organisers as a sign of protest!
Hahaha, hilarious, but I'd surely send em one too!
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I know people who are actually interested in going for 'Rock' in India! And these people are ready to pay the full amount.
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