„Riff Tera“ veröffentlichte am 28. August ihr Debütalbum mit den Namen „Pitch Black“. Zum festen Bestandteil der finnischen Metaldurchstartern gehören Janne Hietala (Guitar & harsh vocals), Mikko Kuoppamaa (Guitar & clean vocals), Antti Pöntinen (Keyboard) and Jupe Kahru (bass). A very special feature is also represented on the album, and if you do the following Video have not checked, Should you do so quickly, Because: Soilwork Fans werden Augen machen, kein geringerer als Björn „Speed“ Strid ist auf dem Album zu hören auf dem Song „Rotten to the Core“…
Dravens Tales from the Crypt > Death Bell of the Day, Lyrics, Metal, Riff Tera, Video > DBD: Rotten to the Core – Riff Tera
Dravens Radio from the Crypt
When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will dance on earth! Friends, presents the Crypt: “Dravens Radio from the Crypt“! Here you will a hand-picked Musikprogramm necessary, which was collected by Draven specifically for the best reader of the internetwork. From punk to rock, Folk- bis Thrash-Metal, for every dark music's taste. Of course, still a bit louder and better!
Aktuelle Album Reviews
Recent concert reviews
Draven presented Tales from the Crypt with all sorts of mysterious from the sinister depths of the network and from any corner of the world. Since the year 2007 will you here a cool weblog mix of music, Movies, Comics, horror, Games, art, radio, Trash, Punk and Heavy Metal on offer - just as it should be! Because believe me, nothing is trivial.
Subscribe to Newsletter
Would you like to date as possible remain in the tomb? Subscribe to our newsletter and be one of our subscribers. With us Your e-mail address is 100% safe and is guaranteed not to third parties or used for promotional purposes.
Blogosphere to German
"Stubenhockers important contribution to policy, Culture, Science and Popeln"
All people call themselves lonely, and maybe they are also, each according to the measure of his claim, its nature and value, but true feel loneliness but only those, who never ceased, to believe in the brotherhood of all people.
— Waldemar Bonsels