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Nima

Name: Nima Sadeghi

Nima I still remember it well. It was somewhere in 1989 when I first saw the video for Alice Cooper’s ‘Poison’ and I was sold immediately. I was eight years old at that moment. Thanks to my cousin I got to know bands like Iron Maiden, AC/DC, Guns N’ Roses and Kiss.

In the years that followed I got to know more and more heavy bands like Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, Ozzy, Slayer, W.A.S.P. and when I heard Manowar for the first time in 1994 my life changed. More brutal music like death, thrash and especially black metal also made my metal heart beat faster. Around 1994 I started reading more and more national and international metal magazines like Aardschok, Metal Hammer and Terrorizer. I didn’t always agree with the writers though. I always have a strong opinion about many things and it seemed a nice idea to be able to make that opinion public.

In 2003 I made acquaintance with a guy called Ferdi who was an employee of the LoM. During a gig he asked me to write a review about the show and I did. After a few other live reviews I enjoyed writing more and more. At the Waldrock festival 2005 I met ‘The Big Boss’ Horst and we agreed to make arrangements for reviews through Horst himself in the future. Referring to a review and an interview, I received an email with the announcement that I was allowed to join the LoM-team. A big smile on my ugly face and the word ‘damn’ was the first reaction. Now I finally know how hard it is to judge an album/band. A product is a result of time, energy, sweat and tears and it’s hard to write a bad review about an album/band. But the truth must be said anyway. Music is expensive and the fans have the write to know how to spend their hard earned money.

I’m not going to bore you with my bullshit any longer and hope to be at your service.

For those about to rock, I salute you.

Hail And Kill

Contributions this month

Reviews

Visigoth-Conqueror's Oath
Sacred Leather-Ultimate Force
Thaurorod-Coast Of Gold
Voidhanger-Dark Days Of The Soul
Ripsaw-Raise My Glass
Whipstriker-Merciless Artillery
Susperia-The Lyricist
Borealis-The Offering
Izegrim-Beheaded By Trust
Headless Crown-Century Of Decay
ShadowKeep-ShadowKeep
Evil Drive-Ragemaker
Adversor-The End Of Mankind
J.B.O.-Deutsche Vita
Maverick-Cold Star Dancer
Witchtower / Blackslash-A Tribute To Randy
Leather-II
Axegressor-Bannerless
Bullet-Dust To Gold
Estate-Mirrorland
Godslave-Reborn Again
Machina-Ride Revenge
Crystal Ball-Crystallizer
Krull-The Black Coast
Ross The Boss-By Blood Sworn
Chevalier-A Call To Arms
Iron Angel-Hellbound
Emerald Sun-Under The Curse Of Silence
Tomorrow’s Outlook-A Voice Unheard
Nocturnal Graves-Titan
OverKill-Live In Overhausen
SpellBlast-Of Gold And Guns
Exmortus-The Sound Of Steel
Sign Of The Jackal-Breaking The Spell
Dead Sleep-In The Belly Of The Beast
Inkvisitor-Dark Arts Of Sanguine Rituals
Battleroar-Codex Epicus
Stormwitch-Bound To The Witch
Hatchet-Dying To Exist
Forge-Heimdall
Armory-The Search
Cryonic Temple-Deliverance
Elvenstorm-The Conjuring
Hellish-The Sceptre Of Lonely Souls
Alice In Hell-Creation Of The World
Alice In Hell-The Fall
Outline-Fire Whiplash
Wild-Sin Piedad
Diabolos Dust-The Reaper Returns
Steel Fox-Savagery
Mob Rules-Beast Reborn
Dungeon Wolf-Slavery Or Steel
U.D.O.-Steelfactory
Axe Steeler-On The Run
Chastain-The 7th Of Never 30 Years Heavy
Vatika-Act No. 1
Derdian-DNA
Grave Digger-The Living Dead
Helion Prime-Terror Of The Cybernetic Space Monster
Darkness-First Class Violence
Necronomicon-Unleashed Bastards
Project Assegai-Project Assegai
Ruins Of Faith-Dark Evil Illusory Substance
Axxis-Monster Hero
Ear Danger-Storming The Gates
Striker-Play To Win
Blaze Bayley-The Redemption Of William Black (Infinite Entanglement Part III)
Them-Manor Of The Se7en Gables
Vanik-II - Dark Season
Reece-Resilient Heart
Lethal Injury-Melancholia
Sinbreed-IV
Sodom-Partisan
JT Ripper-Gathering Of The Insane
Accept-Symphonic Terror – Live At Wacken 2017
Gang-All For One
Reverence-Vengeance Is… Live

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