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I've been making unique tealight holders (themes: rock/metal, occult, various), chest boxes (themes: royal, Victorian, Goth, rock/metal) and useful wooden matchboxes (includes matches & a tealight) since April 2014. They can be seen and purchased now, so don't hesitate - check them out, buy (worldwide shipping), tell your friends about them!
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Professional music review with a bonus interview - rock, metal, industrial
Update 2: MINI-REVIEWS: I offer 600-1000 character-long mini-reviews, which you can use for promotional and commercial purposes based on a non-exclusive commercial license. Unlike full reviews however, the mini-reviews are not published on Fabryka Magazine's pages, blogs or social networks.
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Update 1: BONUS: If you submit 1-2 albums (must be between 11-20 songs max) for my detailed music review, I can also do a promotional interview inc. 3 original questions (via email). Both will be published on Fabryka Magazine and major social networks (Last.FM, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Blogger, Tumblr). Required music genres: metal, rock, guitar driven industrial, dark ambient. More info about this bonus. Example interviews: click.

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Cerakai - I Feel song review
[Rock/Punk] I Feel [Review]
Reviews & PR interviews publishing on Last.fm - halted
Last.fm introduced the site's new (and lame) layout which doesn't include so called Journals (blog) where I used to publish* reviews then submit to various matching groups (increases tag linking within Last.fm, lets others discover new bands I wrote about, boosts reads, SEO for bands & traffic for the magazine).
Last.fm tech staff claims they will restore this feature but timing is unknown. Until then, I won't be publishing any new articles on Last.fm, and sadly, previously published reviews (and interviews) are not accessible on this site due to above reasons. If they don't restore Journals, I'm ditching Last.fm as much as I quit Myspace before. All such articles are still available on this magazine and other social sites I manage.
*Publishing on this magazine and social networks is a free option of the review/PR interview services.
Heretics in the Lab - Forever music video
Norfolk based hard line industrial band hERETICS iN tHE lAB released a music video for their newest single "Forever" on August 11th, 2015. The music video showcases surreal and disturbing imagery loosely influenced by the works of author Clive Barker and artist H.R. Giger. The mechanical and cold feel of the visuals reflect the bitter sarcasm, disgust, and machine rock industrial metal sound of the song. Watch it on YouTube or click Extended News to launch a player.
Source: Official
New Breed Invasion - Eternity
[Industrial/metal] Eternity [Review]
Catchy industrial tunes from Horifice - a debut
Horifice is a new project from Australia. They've recently released a brand new track called "Supermarket DJ", inspired by, guessing right, specials announcement in a local supermarket. This hooky song will be released on War Against All Odds album and is kept in vein of industrial vibe as best known from KMFDM and older Ministry tracks. Listen to this song on SoundCloud or click 'Extended News' to launch a player.
Beer Killer - What Else - song review
[Hardcore/punk] What Else [Review]
Cerakai - Against It - song review
[Punk/British rock] Against It [Review]
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