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Cloudscape’s latest effort entitled “New Era” can now be streamed online its entirety right here courtesy of AOL Music. The record was produced and mixed by Micko Twedberg, and the track listing is:

1. Silver Ending
2. Share Your Energi
3. Kingdom Of Sand
4. Pull The Brake
5. Seen It All Before
6. Your Desire
7. Voyager 9
8. Simplicity – Huh
9. Before Your Eyes
10. Violet Eve
11. Into The Unknown
12. Heroes

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Russian act Blackthorn has posted the new single “Era Obscura” online, which can be heard in the player below. The band also commented:

“An unexpected pleasure! We’re pleased to announce the first single of the band, entitled ERA OBSCURA. The single contains two versions of the track; one in English and the other in Russian.

“The song was specially composed for the 5th anniversary of ZHELEZNYE DEVY festival (the biggest female-voice metal festival in Russia) and dedicated to all the metal maidens around the world.

“The single was recorded, mixed and mastered at Magna Opera Studio. Check out the new tracks now on Myspace or listen and subscribe at the MSR Productions Soundcloud page here.”

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After previously streaming the entire “Era” release online, Australian instrumental act Sam Locke has posted a new demo song online titled “Crossing The Barrier.” The song, which is available below, will be appearing on an upcoming new full-length album.

Crossing The Barrier (DEMO) by Sam14

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Australian instrumental solo act Sam Locke is currently streaming the entire “Era” album online. You can check out the release via Bandcamp or through the player below. The “Era” track listing is as follows:

1. Epoch
2. Momentum
3. Inconsequential
4. Reminisce
5. End of an Era

Era by Sam Locke

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Bassist Bob Daisley, who was a member of RAINBOW from 1977 to 1979, has posted high-quality video footage of of RAINBOW performing the songs “Gates of Babylon”, “Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll” and “L.A.

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