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Album: Pythia – The Serpent’s Curse

March 16th, 2012

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The Serpent’s Curse
Golden Axe Records
27 February 2012

by David Keevill

Shrill-enthusiast and intermittent bat botherer Emily Ovenden has returned with her bombastic rabble Pythia on their second full length album, The Serpent’s Curse. Despite the record retaining a pace reminiscent of the thrust capacity of an Iranian Jurd, this is a remarkably unremarkable effort from the London sextet.

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Bloodstock Open Air confirms four more acts for 2012 and hints at identity of third headliner

March 13th, 2012

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Bloodstock Open Air have confirmed another four names for their 2012 bill –  Dio Disciples – the band consisting of various ex-members of Ronnie James Dio’s backing band, along with a clutch of guest vocalists that includes Tim “I was in Judas Priest and Iced Earth” Owens – join the bill (aptly enough) on the Ronnie James Dio stage, while Pythia, Primitai and Crimes of Passion have all been added to the Sophie Lancaster stage. So far, so-so, right?

Well, what’s more interesting is the information Bloodstock have released about their third – and as yet unnamed – third main stage headliner.

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