Eric Turns in His 500th Full Review!
3/4/2011 4:57:50 PM by Frank

Starting with HammerFall's Crimson Thunder in 2003, we arrive 8 years later with Maximum Metal writer EC's 500TH FULL REVIEW for the debut solo album Scheepers from Ralf Scheepers, lead vocalist of the German heavy metal band Primal Fear.

EC has been a mighty metal machine from the beginning and considering he doesn't make a rusty dime off of any review, it's an accomplishment worth front page notice. Raise your glasses high for him you bunch of dirty heathens!

You can read his reviews and a thousand more here: [Reviews Link]

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