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You can own Iron Maiden bassist, Steve Harris’s Essex mansion for £5.9million

October 10th, 2013

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The global housing market is not doing well but Iron Maiden bassists need to sell their mansions. That’s a fact. Sadly for Steve Harris, he has had to play the game and drop almost one million pounds from the asking price of his eight-bedroom mansion in Essex.

He was selling the mansion for £6,750,000 a year ago, but that price has dropped by £0.9m to ‘just’ £5,850,000. Poor Steve.

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Album: We Are The Ocean – Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow

September 27th, 2012

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We Are The Ocean
Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow
Hassle Records
17 September 2012

by David Keevill

We Are The Ocean aren’t strangers to change. 2011’s Go Now and Live saw the band playing with a sound that accentuated the band’s harsh but melodic core, most notably in reducing then-vocalist Dan Brown’s screams to fit a dynamic dual vocal interplay between himself and sweet-noted crooner Liam Cromby. This switch in direction made last year’s outing one of the more interesting releases to erupt out of the hardcore world. With the departure of Brown leaving Cromby as sole vocalist, WATO have retaliated from this incredibly tenuous position and have released a masterclass in versatility.

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My Vitriol to tour UK and release new album

September 1st, 2008

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My Vitriol, pictured here in a Melody Maker poster, have released details about a November tour and a double-album possibly planned for release at the same time.

Thrash Hits .com spoke to drummer Ravi Kesavaram at Offset Festival in Hainault Forest, Essex, and he said the band is “planning on releasing a double-album later this year” while frontman Som Wardner confirmed onstage, during a triumphant headline set, that My Vitriol will be touring in November.

After releasing their only album so far, Finelines, in March 2001, the London quartet’s long-awaited second album has been dubbed by some as the UK’s answer to The Chinese Democracy, and we’re definitely looking forward to hearing it.

My Vitriol November tourdates
19 Glasgow Venue TBC
20 Manchester Venue TBC
22 London Venue TBC

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