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Dynamode DH-878 - DH-878 Headset Adjustable Boom Mic Inline Volume Control 3.5mm Jack Retail
Dynamode DH-878 - DH-878 Headset Adjustable Boom Mic Inline Volume Control 3.5mm Jack Retail
Price: £5.95

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your time and money., 4 July 2014
Within three days of light use the microphone extension kept flopping down and had to be secured with an elastic band. Intermittent sound from the start, headband looks adjustable but isn't (well, not without taping it in place) and the earpads don't sit properly on the ears.

This headset is disappointing even at a low price.


Norfolk Mead - 75cl
Norfolk Mead - 75cl
Price: £11.33

12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Norfolk Mead, 13 July 2012
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Norfolk Mead is a warm, wet, syrupy and full-palated dark honey-tasting mead with a strong bitter kickback.

The smell is not overwhelmingly sweet; it is subtly musky and has a spiced quality to it. On the tongue the mead is rich, darkly sweet and somewhat sickly. Combined with the bitter aftertaste this mead can prove overpowering, cloying even.

If you enjoy a mead that is thick and heavy on the palate, this is a good choice. I personally prefer a dryer and lighter mead, hence three stars.


The Serpent's Curse
The Serpent's Curse
Price: £7.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs and drinking horns up!, 11 Mar. 2012
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In a nutshell this album is powerful, old-school and distinctly British metal, with a peppering of symphonic sensibilities, spearheaded by the lofty vocals and charming stage presence of Emily Alice Ovenden.

Pythia are without a doubt the most interesting and fresh-sounding band to emerge on the UK metal scene for a long time.

A few magazines and online articles have drawn lazy comparisons with existing symphonic popular bands from the continent - e.g. Nightwish - but these, although intended as a compliment, do Pythia no justice. While Pythia, on paper, fits the classic "symphonic metal" formula of a classically-trained female vocalist + male metal band, their musical compositions and writing veer much more towards traditional British goth and power metal than continental symphonic metal. With 'The Serpent's Curse' Pythia have created a sound that is very much their own, while paying homage to their inspirations from across the Metal genre.

My personal favourite tracks are the dramatic album opener 'Cry of Our Nation', headbanging tour-de-force 'Heartless' and 'The Circle' with its deliciously dark lyrics.

This is an album that will split opinion for all the right reasons. This band STAND OUT.


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