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REVIEW: Shores of Null – Quiescence

Shores of Null released their debut, "Quiescence," on March 24th, 2014, but has recently been re-released via Spikerot records on March 4th. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Stengah – Soma Sema

Masters of tech-metal, Stengah, are releasing their near decade-long-awaited debut, "Soma Sema" on March 18th, 2022, via Mascot Label Group. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Retro Future – Blue Toybox

Japanese duo, Retro Future, collaborated with a few international guests for the release of their album, "Blue Toybox" tomorrow. You can check out our review here...

REVIEW: Serious Black – Vengeance is Mine

"Vengeance is Mine" is the newest release by power metal unit Serious Black, and is out now on AFM Records. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Erämaa – Pohjan Nainen

Finnish folk band Erämaa released their debut, "Pojhan Nainen," on January 28th. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Sabaton – The War to End All Wars

Sabaton's new album, "The War to End All Wars" will be released tomorrow by Nuclear Blast Records. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Kuolemanlaakso – Kuusumu

The Finnish doom metallers of Kuolemanlaakso are back after a lengthy break with a new offering! "Kuusumu" is out on March 4th via Svart Records, but you can check out our review now...

REVIEW: Sylvaine – Nova

Sylvaine's new blackgaze release, "Nova," will be out on Friday through Season of Mist. Check out our review of this dark atmospheric album here...

REVIEW: Shaman’s Harvest – Rebelator

If you read Musicalypse back in 2017, you'd know that we loved Shaman's Harvest's most recent album. These alternative rockers are back with a new release, "Rebelator," out via Mascot Label Group on March 11th. Read our review to see how it holds up!

REVIEW: Modern Day Alien – Arriving

In 2020, Burning Holes in Time (then known as Modern Day Alien) released two full-length psytrance albums. Here is our review of "Arriving," which our editor insists you check out...

REVIEW: Kris Barras Band – Death Valley Paradise

The Kris Barras Band made huge waves with their last two albums, so "Death Valley Paradise" - out on March 4th via Mascot Label Group - is a highly-anticipated record. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Shape of Despair – Return to the Void

Shape of Despair are releasing their new album this Friday, but you can check out our review already now!

REVIEW: Bloodywood – Rakshak

Indian metal act Bloodywood have finally released their highly-anticipated debut effort, "Rakshak." Read our review here...

REVIEW: Dagoba – By Night

French modern metal four-piece Dagoba are back with studio album number eight, titled "By Night," and recently released on Napalm Records. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Korn – Requiem

Korn are back again with their fourteenth studio album, "Requiem," which was released via Lom Vista and Concord on February 4th. Check out our review now!

REVIEW: Persefone – metanoia

Andorran extreme progressive metal unit Persefone have recently released their Napalm Records debut, "metanoia." Check out our review of the album here...

REVIEW: Arjen Lucassen’s Star One – Revel In Time

The long-awaited third Star One album is finally upon us Friday February 18th, 2022! For excited fans of Arjen Lucassen and Ayreon, however, you can check out our review now!

REVIEW: Cult of Luna – The Long Road North

Cult of Luna's latest release, "The Long Road North," is due for release next week via Metal Blade Records, but we've got a review for you now, so check it out...

REVIEW: Amorphis – Halo

Finnish progressive metal act Amorphis are releasing their new album, "Halo," via Atomic Fire Records. Read our thoughts about their new album here...

REVIEW: Mystic Circle – Mystic Circle

Mystic Circle are back after a staggering break, now under the Atomic Fire label. Their new self-titled album is released today, so check out our review here...