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Metal Genesis: Friday, 15 June 2018

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Scanner | Across The Universe | The Galactos Tapes (2017) | Massacre

Tytan | Ballad Of Edward Case | Blind Men and Fools (1982) | Kamaflage
Dangerous Toys | The LAw Is Mine | Pissed (1994) | DMZ

Barbarion | Victory Surrounds You | Ram The World (2013) | Independent (Aussie)
Hugh From Barbarion
David Lee Roth | Yankee Rose | Eat 'Em and Smile (1986) | Warner
AC/DC | If You Want Blood | If You Want Blood (1978) | Atlantic
Barbarion | Chop | Ram The World (2013) | Independent
Judas Priest | Hell Bent For Leather | Killing MAchine (1978) | Columbia
Barbarion | Ram The World | Ram The World (2013) | Independent

Hidden Intent | Addicted To Thrash | Single (2016) | Independent (Aussie)

Machine Head | Now We Die | Bloodstone and Diamonds (2014) | Nuclear Blast, Riot
Salems Lott | Shattered To Pieces | Mask Of Morality (2018) | Red Moon, OMP
Hatchet | Desire For Opression | Dying To Exist (coming) | Combat, EMP, Rock'N'Growl
Co-Op | Howl (featuring Joe Perry) | Self Titled (2018) | EMP, SPV, Rock'N'Growl

Dream Child | You Can't Take Me Down | Single (2018) | Frontiers
Lizzy Borden | My Midnight Things | My Midnight Things (today!) | Metal Blade, Maric Media
Emerald | Behind My Wall | Voice For The Silent (2017) | Metal On Metal

The Mercy Kills | Supersonic | Single (2018) | Independent (Aussie)
The Mercy Kills | Like You | Supersonic single (2018) | Independent (Aussie)

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