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Potion

Hey, ghouls! A wizard creates a magic potion, what could it be?  

Poisonous herbs and plants: from aconite to yew

Magical plants, relaxing plants, calming plants, plants for winter. We talked about all these types of herbs in previous articles, and what about poisonous plants? What are those plants and herbs to which we must pay particular attention to avoid intoxication? Or...

The Union

Hey, ghouls! A demon's job is not easy at all

The Ghouls

Hey, ghouls! This week's protagonist receives a menacing call, but he has other plans

Trinkets

Hey, ghouls! Becca has a new business, will she find clients?
Fever Dream: Palaye Royale new album review

Fever Dream: Palaye Royale new album review

On October 28, 2022, the glam rock group Palaye Royale released their new album: Fever Dream, signed by the record label Sumerian Records, in collaboration with producer Chris Greatti. The disc consists of 15 tracks and promises to be a new unforgettable journey. Review Intro and outro Palaye Royale have decided to make this new album a succession of ups and downs, a challenge against the blows that can give life, a search for hope, and new points of view. The disc begins with an intro to the...

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Scoring The End Of The World: Motionless In White new album review

Scoring The End Of The World: Motionless In White new album review

On June 10, 2022, the new Motionless In White album was released by Roadrunner Records: Scoring The End Of The World. Preceded by the singles Masterpiece and Cyberhex, the thirteen tracks merge into a perfect blend of industrial/digital and hardcore. Review Scoring The End Of The World In this new work, MIW have chosen to break away from what made the rhythm of their previous albums swing, to give new shape to the lyrics of the songs and somehow make them more pounding, more indelible. With a...

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The Pattern – Oceana [Review]

The Pattern – Oceana [Review]

The Pattern – Double Vinyl Acquista su Big cartel Oceana is a Roman band that debuted in 1995 with a demo printed in only 500 copies. In 1996 an EP was released containing two new tracks, Violet and Tragicomic Reality, and the four of the reissue of the debut demo. A second EP was to be produced, but it all fell apart when Massimiliano (guitar player and choirs singer) joins Novembre, a capitol band. They return in 2020 with a launch video for the song You don't know, and in 2021 with their...

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Death by Rock and Roll: The Pretty Reckless’ new album

Death by Rock and Roll: The Pretty Reckless’ new album

On February 12, 2021, five years after their last work, the new album of the group The Pretty Reckless was finally released, published by Fearless Records. The name of the record comes from one of the songs from which it is composed: Death by Rock and Roll. A battle cry During these long years of silence, The Pretty Reckless was held back by two serious griefs: Chris Cornell's suicide, which occurred during a tour in which The Pretty Reckless opened the concerts; the death of their producer,...

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The Bastards: the latest album by Palaye Royale

The Bastards: the latest album by Palaye Royale

May 29, 2020, is the release date of the latest Palaye Royale album, signed by Sumerian Records: The Bastards. With a little delay, we have listened to the 15 tracks from which it is composed for you, Nightowls. The dystopian island of reality The Palaye Royale has been able to rise in recent years, following a completely original style, crowned by an incisive and extravagant personality, which has conquered fans all over the world. With their latest album, they have done nothing but highlight...

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What The Dead Men Say: the last Trivium’s success

What The Dead Men Say: the last Trivium’s success

With a lot of energy and hard rock, Trivium return with their latest album What The Dead Men Say, released on April 24 by Roadrunner Records. Ten tracks that pulsate with emotions, with a well-paced rhythm and riffs that enter the soul. Review The album has a dark personality that goes well with the heavy metal genre. Between reality and imagination, we find the desire for rebellion, great suffering, and the question that no one will ever answer: what the dead men say? The first track is IX, a...

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Clouded Minds & Silver Lines: Sertraline’s metal

Clouded Minds & Silver Lines: Sertraline’s metal

Today we present a young English band, together with their EP (Extended Play) which will be officially released on May 15th. I'm talking about Sertraline, a progressive tech metal group and their latest project Clouded Minds & Silver Lines. The band Originally formed in Stoke-On-Trent (Staffordshire) in 2014, they quickly established themselves as a band playing original singles with fascinating live performances. And with their EP Guilty (2017), which met with great success, now behind...

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Record Player – Music Review

Record Player – Music Review

Today we present a new column for our website: Record Player. On our website, we often talk about music, but even if we have often reported several releases, we didn't have we reviewed new and old albums. However, we do not deny that we have been asked for these reviews. So for that reason, we decided to give them a dedicated space. This column will not have a fixed cadence. A little bit because it will depend on the albums that will be sent to us, a little bit because it will also talk about...

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