That one time at…Brewdle’s Bandcamp Besties!

We continue our kick around Bandcamp by highlighting five releases that have grabbed my attention since the last of these dribbles of mine. I’ve tried to cover a variety of styles so there’s something for everyone. Remember, all of these are available free for streaming, or you can download the albums for a modest fee. Get on board and support the bands and labels that are supporting you by providing their music on the Bandcamp platform.

Doomed & StonedThe Enchanter’s Ball (Second Anniversary Compilation) – sampler (released 14 July 2015 through Doomed & Stoned)

Exorcism working on new album

Exorcism continues along the path and legacy of bands like Black Sabbath and Dio, while taking a more modern approach.

Doomy heavy metallers Exorcism are working on the follow-up to their acclaimed 2014 debut album I Am God.

Retro Review - Megadeth - Peace Sells... but Who's Buying

Megadeth is selling it and I'm buying...

Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying is the first Megadeth album I bought and introduced me to the two DavesMustaine

Dio: Finding the Sacred Heart

Another live RJD performance gets the re-release treatment...

Finding The Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986 was filmed at The Spectrum in Philadelphia on 17 June 1986 during the second leg of Dio's Sacred Heart tour

Dio: Deluxe Re-issue Details Revealed!

The Classic first three albums get the reissue treatment next month!

In May 2010 the worlds of hard rock and heavy metal lost one of their most gifted and fervent ambassadors, with the passing of Ronnie James Dio.

Tank - War Machine (Metal Mind)

To paraphrase someone very famous - they've been a long time coming but they're here at last...

Veteran British rockers Tank, as you&rsq

Jorn - Dio (Frontiers/Riot)

Heartfelt tribute or sickening cash-in? You decide...

As the man who runs the trains will tell you, timing is everything.

A Reminiscence: Ronnie James Dio (and a new era for metal journalism)

Crushtor reminisces on the life and times of Ronnie James Dio and offers a new way of reporting on matters of metal importance.

Waking up from a whirlwind of emotions experienced the day prior to find one of my idols, Ronnie James Dio, had passed away was a shock to say the least.