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Forming in 2007, Birmingham band Voodoo Johnson made massive waves in 2010 with the release of their debut album 10,000 Horses (produced by Romesh Dodangoda). Building on the success of their two earlier EP's, the album recieved critical acclaim from magazines such as Kerrang, Metal Hammer, Rock Sound and Big Cheese, with Classic Rock Magazine describing them as having "the potential to be global gods". Regular airplay from the likes of Johnny Doom on Kerrang radio and Bruce Dickinson on BBC Radio 6, and slots on covermount cd's for both Metal Hammer and Classic Rock's "2010 Ones to watch" cemented Read more on

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Live: Europe @ London Shepherd’s Bush Empire – 19 February 2011

February 23rd, 2011

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When we interviewed Joey Tempest last month, he gave us the exclusive news that Europe would be filming their upcoming London date for a DVD release. What a bloody nice bloke. Though he wouldn’t give us the name of the magical moisturiser he uses to look so young and fed us some Robert Johnson horseshit about doing a deal with the devil. We’ll find out Joey, don’t you worry…

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