Dead Links

Greetings Metalheads,

Well as this page title says, here you can report the dead links on the blog. Overtime links can go dead due to fact that a link has not been downloaded after a certain time, like Zippyshare who delete files automatically that have not been accessed for 30 days. Or that an author of a post has deleted the file for some reason. Another reason is, and that can happen, that a file sharing host just arbitrarily remove a file. Or even that a file host service disappears (remember Rapidshare).

Mind you, sometimes a link may appear dead or you are getting partial files, this can be due to bad connection between you and the file hosting service, or the internet is acting up, or your computer needs a reboot, or what ever other reason. In those cases, please try again later on and if still not working for you, then report it here.

What ever the case may be, please report dead links here and we will try our best to 'repair' the link as soon as possible. Updates on the repaired link will be announced on the right column, called 'Repaired Links'.

When you report a dead link here, please do the following:

Lets say you want the album that is called "Metal Rules" by a British band called "Metalheads" released in 1986, you will then post the report in this manner:

Metalheads (UK) - Metal Rules (1986)

When it is a reissue or remaster:

Metalheads (UK) - Metal Rules (1986) [2018 Remaster]

BTW Copy and Paste can help you :)

The above example is offcourse a madeup band :) but it gives you an idea on how to report a dead link. In this way it will help me greatly to collect the dead link reports and act accordingly. Thank you for your understanding and help to keep this blog alive

Lord Bones.

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