Blistering

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Blistering
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Web address http://www.blistering.com
Slogan Blistering Heavy Metal and Hard Rock Magazine
Type of site
Online music magazine
Registration No
Available in English
Owner Blistering Media Inc
Launched 1998
Alexa rank
552,174[1]
Current status online

Blistering, founded in 1998, is an international online magazine dedicated to heavy metal and hard rock music. Its editor-in-chief is David E. Gehlke, an American music journalist who has written for About.com, Metal Maniacs, and Throat Culture.[2] Blistering has been cited as a source on heavy metal by the Chicago Sun-Times,[3] Charleston's The Post and Courier,[4] The Washington Times,[5] Blabbermouth.net,[6] The Current,[7] and Pegasus News.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "blistering.com - Traffic Details from Alexa". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 8 September 2009. 
  2. ^ Gehlke, David E. "David E. Gehlke." About.com.
  3. ^ DeRogatis, Jim (June 8, 2001). "Helium metal: 'Nu' doesn't mean heavy for rock genre." Chicago Sun-Times.
  4. ^ Cartwright, Keith Ryan (May 13, 2009). "Clutch gradually shifts sound but keeps its edge." The Post and Courier.
  5. ^ Galupo, Scott (July 30, 2004). "Staying power: Heavy metal still gold mine inside world of rock music." The Washington Times.
  6. ^ Blabbermouth.net (September 19, 2005). "Life of Agony frontman says Roadrunner 'destroyed' his solo career."
  7. ^ Martin, Monica (October 25, 2004). "Coheed and Cambria: punks with a story to tell." The Current.
  8. ^ Pegasus News (August 7, 2007). "Drowning Pool's Full Circle released on Tuesday to mixed reviews."

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