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Top 10 Albums Of 2019: The Music That Formed The Soundtrack For A Historic End To A Decade


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We're ready to say goodbye to 2019 now that Christmas is over, but not without reflecting on what has been a wonderful year for the world of music. Whether your a pop lover or you prefer the rock world, whether rap is your life or dance is in your blood, this was a transformative year for sound. Here are the top 10 greatest albums of the last twelve months. 

1. Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Best song: Bad Guy

Without doubt the most sonically extraordinary album of this year, 18-year-old Billie Eilish's debut album 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' has united both pop lovers and alternative listeners thanks to its experimental yet infectious ethos. It's naive yet poignant, fun yet deeply unsettling with themes of bravado, drugs, love, climate change and heartbreak woven throughout the poetic lyrics. There's no-one quite like Billie.

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From Bad Guy To Old Town Road: The 10 Best Singles Of 2019


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This year has marked quite an explosive end to a decade in terms of music, as we appear to be looking at a future of young musicians doing exactly what they want, how they want, while many long-established artists have refused to compromise their sound to stay relevent. The result is some seriously unapologetic and infectious tunes that will stay on our playlists for a long time to come.

1. Bad Guy - Billie Eilish

She's released without doubt our favourite album of the year with 'When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?' at the age of just 17, and it's almost impossible to pick any one single to talk about here. 'Bad Guy' however is an example of how pop doesn't have to be the stereotypical sound you're used to hearing, because Billie Eilish has seriously changed the way we think about chart music.

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May Favourites 2019: Lewis Capaldi, Rammstein And More Albums That Are Re-defining Genres


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May has been a triumph for artists both new and well-established as we look at their respective genre-bending latest efforts. Whether it's the rap game or the indie-folk category, these are May's best album releases; records that will leave an impression for the rest of the year ahead. 

Big Thief - U.F.O.F.

This Brooklyn band's new album is their 4AD Records debut and it's everything we could want from an indie-rock album. Female-led bands have become a very welcome trend of late, and Big Thief have already received widespread critical acclaim for their uplifting brand of modern folk that makes for essential summer listening.

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Upcoming Releases: What's In Store For May 2019


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With two eagerly anticipated debut albums, some epic returns plus a long-awaited comeback, May is already shaping up to be another incredible month for good music whether your an indie lover or a die-hard metalhead. Luckily for us, we're most definitely both!

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes - End of Suffering
(May 3)

Following the success of 2017's Modern Ruin, former Gallows frontman Frank Carter returns with his third studio album End of Suffering this week. Two singles have already been released: Crowbar and Anxiety. The album will be released as he continues the UK leg of his tour with his band The Rattlesnakes. 

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Re-Visit Two Of The Greatest Rammstein Shows With The 'Rammstein: Paris' Film


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A unique new live concert film from Rammstein is set to hit theatres this Spring, featuring their performances in Paris five years ago. Entitled simply 'Rammstein: Paris', the film hits theaters worldwide ahead of their 2017 Festival Tour and comes just two years after their last live DVD.

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Directed by Jonas Åkerlund - who has previously worked with the likes of The Prodigy, Metallica and The Rolling Stones - the concert film features footage from their two shows at the Palais Omnisports arena in Paris in 2012, where they played to an audience of 17,000 songs the likes of 'Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?' and their later hit 'Frühling in Paris'.

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Download Festival - 2016 Review


This year's Download Festival turned out to be a very wet weekend with constant downpours and thunderstorms throughout the three days, but what would 'Drownload' festival be without a little bit of rain? Thick with mud and soggy from the rain, the crowds all gathered looking for a fantastic time and with phenomenal headliners Rammstein, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden the weekend was never going to disappoint. Aside from the wrestling and the creative Zippo lighters that you could engrave in the Zippo Encore booth, as well as get hold of the limited edition Download Zippo lighter, the music line up for this year's festival was phenomenal - and we can't wait for the next Download festival already.

Download Festival - 2016 Review

Friday
There were multiple highlights throughout the weekend, and as we stocked up on burgers, we headed down to the Lemmy stage to catch one of the more out-there acts of the weekend - Babymetal. Babymetal were mesmerising as they always are, with hit songs Gimme Chocolate and Road To Resistance taking the crowd by storm. A giant circle pit opened as the Japanese J-pop/metal band took to the stage and gave a fantastically choreographed performance as always.

Killswitch Engage managed to slay the stage as they always do, even in the torrential downpour that overtook their set, as the band plunged into hit songs My Curse, Strength Of The Mind and My Last Serenade, there was nothing that they can do to disappoint. A huge crowd turned out to watch the band, even in the mudpit that the Lemmy stage gave way to.

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Download Festival 2016 Preview


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This year the festival boasts a stellar line-up with Rammstein, Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden all headlining respectively. But that's not all. With Korn, Deftones, Megadeth, Disturbed, Nightwish and many other bands taking to the stages at this year's Download Festival it is set to be a killer weekend.

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In light of the unexpected and sad news of the passing of Motorhead's Lemmy earlier this year, the main stage has aptly been renamed The Lemmy Stage. Rammstein return to Download for the second year to headline on the Lemmy stage on the Friday night and many will be expecting an anarchic live performance. The band are due to be preceded by Korn and Killswitch Engage whom will be attracting veteran rock lovers in large crowds.

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Rammstein Join Black Sabbath And Iron Maiden As Download 2016 Headliners


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German metallers Rammstein have been named as the third and final headlining act for next year’s Download festival. The annual metal festival, which will take place June 10-12, 2016 at Donington Park in Leicestershire, will also be headlined by Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden.

RammsteinRammstein will headline next year’s Download Festival along with Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden.

Rammstein will headline on the Friday night, with Black Sabbath taking top billing on the Saturday. The festival will then be closed by Iron Maiden, making their third headlining appearance, on the Sunday evening.

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Nikki Sixx, Berlin and Rammstein Wednesday 13th June 2012 Nikki Sixx posted this picture to twitter with the caption: 'Being interviewed for Rammstein documentary in Berlin yesterday.'

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Rammstein - The German band Rammstein Thursday 1st March 2012 arrive at their Manchester Hotel

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Rammstein - Sunday 6th February 2011 at Big Day Out Perth, Australia

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Rammstein - Wednesday 26th January 2011 at Big Day Out Sydney, Australia

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Rammstein Thursday 1st November 2007 MTV Europe Music Award 2007 at Olympiahalle - Red Carpet Arrivals Munich, Germany

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