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Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Single: Moonspell "All Or Nothing" (Napalm Records) by Dave Wolff
Band: Moonspell Country: Portugal Genre: Gothic metal Single: All Or Nothing From their upcoming album “Hermitage”, available on Napalm Reco...
Saturday, January 23, 2021
EP Review: 1-900 "Dial 0...For Destruction" (Independent) by Daniel Ryan
Band: 1-900 Location: Poughkeepsie, New York Country: USA Genre: Synthwave metal EP: Dial 0...For Destruction Format: Digital album Label: I...
Thursday, January 21, 2021
Poem: "Boyfriend/Girlfriend" by Jeremy Void
Boyfriend/Girlfriend A Crash Course in “Making Love” By Jeremy Void Monday night she says she wants to be friends again We were best ...
Poem: "Trains" by Alison Stone
Trains By Alison Stone There are ways to die without leaving the body. Carla hides in...
Poem: "We Dance in the Woods" by Sky Claudette Soto
We Dance in the Woods We dance in the woods round ye fire,...,given too us as gifts ,from the heavens above and the heavens below ,grasping ...
Poem: "Till We Meet Again" by S.C.C.
Till We Meet Again By S.C.C. Sometimes you just meet people that somehow leave their print in your life. Maybe a friend that sticks arou...
Poem: "Again" by Laura Petellat
Again By Laura Petellat You were supposed to be my forevers. And you never stop reminding me how little I am worth. I am so very tired....
Poem: "2021" by Natasa Nikolic
2021 By Natasa Nikolic The phoenix flies to the meadows, far, may the sun rise high in his precious mind, with flaming wings, he salutes me ...
Poem: "Much Worse Than The End" by Jerry Langdon
Much Worse Than The End I mourn for the sinking moon, Drowning in the night, Fading to its dawn. Dying light. The sky sliced open to b...
Poem: "Mystic Verse" by M Teresa Clayton
Mystic Verse By M Teresa Clayton On the threshold of yesterday and tomorrow Yet it is never in the now; never in this day, For this day ...
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