Crossing Eternity – The Rising World.

Crossing Eternity are a Romanian/Swedish symphonic power metal/rock trio. They consists of┬áBerti Barbera (Lead Vocal/percussion instruments), Manu Savu (Guitar/ Bass/ Keyboards) and Uffe Tillman (Drums / Percussion). The Rising World is the bands latest release. Stand out tracks include opening track “Crossing Eternity” and is a wonderful introduction to the album. Some other stand out […]

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Book Review: Just Sam

Thanks to Love Books Group Tours for this wonderful opportunity to partake in the book tour for Just Sam by Kristy Brown. The story centers around Sam, a wanna be tennis champion, but, everything changes when her mother is diagnosed with cancer and sadly dies. She loses all hope and begins to hide her feelings […]

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May Books

Here is what I read during May Physical Books: Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs The third installment of the Miss Peregrine series and what a fantastic book this was. Unlike the previous installment, this was packed with action and plenty of ups and downs. This one definatley kept my attention throughout. 4/5 Pop Tart […]

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A World Extinct – Theodicy

A World Extinct is a metalcore band from southern California. The band currently consists of Christopher Julian (Vocals), Ian Parra (Guitar), Ryan Hamilton (Guitar), Damon Porras (Bass/Vocals) and David Ochoa (Drums/Keys/Programming). Theodicy is the bands latest release. Kicking this six track EP off is the killer track “Words of a Wanderer” before storming into “Bridge […]

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Meka Nism – The War Inside EP

Meka Nism are a female fronted band that hails from Florida. The band formed in 2006 and have gone on to release multiple EPs. The band currently consists of Ms. Meka (Vocal Artist & Shaman), Bobby Keller (Lead Guitar), Chris Lane (Drums), Jay Adkisson (Keyboards) and Jarret Robinson (Bass). The War Inside is the bands […]

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April Books

Here is what I read during April: Physical: Hollow City by Ransom Riggs Book 2 in the Miss Peregrines home for peculiar children had a rather slow start. It took six chapters before anything actually happened and at times the book felt more like a chore, anyhow, it was well worth the read and in […]

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