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Exploding, reloading, this quest never ending!
JULY, 2014

In related news, Hostile will be touring UK this summer opening for the one and only Machine Head and also supporting the kings of metal Manowar at the Magic Circle Fest in Helsinki, Finland. So be sure to catch them live near you!

K.K. also delivers another video blog this time focusing on what happened at Ramport Studios in London 1976-1977 and the incredible story on how Priest went on from there to win a Grammy award for “Dissident Aggressor” decades later!

Our popular Scrapbook-feature is back with a vengeance offering more unreleased stuff from the “Rocka Rolla”-days!

And once again our concert and album review section is fully updated!

To let you all know there will be a facelift coming at Steel Mill later this year, and we will be working hard on it in the up-coming months. So have fun attending the summer festivals and stay tuned for more!

- K.K. Downing & Millworkers -




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