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REVIEW: Riverside – Love, Fear and the Time Machine (Musicalypse Archive)

I discovered RIVERSIDE 2 years ago and the Poles’ atmospheric prog struck a chord with me immediately. I find myself gravitating towards the band’s...

REVIEW: Amorphis – Under the Red Cloud (Musicalypse Archive)

AMORPHIS hasn’t been exactly amorphous in recent years, as the band seems to have adopted an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality...

REVIEW: Bullet for My Valentine – Venom (Musicalypse Archive)

I know I’ve been going on and on about how great the new releases in 2015 have been, but let’s face it – those...

REVIEW: Helloween – My God Given Right (Musicalypse Archive)

My luck this year with new albums has been a bit crazy. Several of my oldest, favorite bands have put out great new albums...

REVIEW: Kamelot – Haven (Musicalypse Archive)

What can I say about KAMELOT? They’re a great band. I’ve liked them for a really long time, but for whatever reason, haven’t listened...

REVIEW: Apocalyptica – Shadowmaker (Musicalypse Archive)

APOCALYPTICA came out with a new album today! I’ve been a fan of this band since back when I first heard "Plays Metallica on...

REVIEW: Taylor Davis – Taylor Davis (Musicalypse Archive)

After years of fabulous cover song collections and holiday specials, popular YouTube violinist Taylor Davis is releasing a solo album of all-original music! We've...

REVIEW: Nightwish – Endless Forms Most Beautiful (Musicalypse Archive)

For nearly as long as I’ve been listening to metal, I’ve loved NIGHTWISH. My first album from them was "Wishmaster," which I bought back...

REVIEW: Ensiferum – One Man Army (Musicalypse Archive)

ENSIFERUM have at last released their 7th studio album and the third since former frontman and songwriter, Jari Mäenpää (WINTERSUN), departed. While I love...

REVIEW: Blind Guardian – Beyond the Red Mirror (Musicalypse Archive)

If there's one thing that BLIND GUARDIAN are well known for, it's an impressive level of consistency with their material. From 1995's "Somewhere Far...

REVIEW: Devin Townsend Project – Z2 (Musicalypse Archive)

There are few albums that I can say I actually "listened the shit out of," but the DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT's epic 2-disc dual album...

REVIEW: Amaranthe – Maximalism (Musicalypse Archive)

The Swedish pop metal magnates of AMARANTHE are back again with another hard-pop album through Nuclear Blast Records soon. I've been trying to decide...

REVIEW: Taylor Davis: The Anime and Game Collection (Musicalypse Archive)

After following a multitude of albums that were all very highly rated, you'd think it would be hard for Taylor Davis to impress me....

REVIEW: Iced Earth – Plagues of Babylon (Musicalypse Archive)

ICED EARTH was one of the first metal bands I was introduced to, back when I was a scrawny teenage girl trying to figure...

REVIEW: Turisas – Turisas2013 (Musicalypse Archive)

It's not uncommon to hear about bands who get type-cast into a certain genre and develop some regrets over this. TURISAS are a band...

REVIEW: Taylor Davis – Legendary Movie Music (Musicalypse Archive)

With her two earliest gaming-related releases now in our archive, it makes sense that I'd move onto TAYLOR DAVIS' third cover album, relating to...

REVIEW: Taylor Davis – Melodies of Hyrule: Songs from The Legend of Zelda (Musicalypse Archive)

If you're going to make a beloved album collection of epic and iconic game songs, look no further than The Legend of Zelda for...

REVIEW: Taylor Davis & Lara de Wit – Game On: 2 Player Mode (Musicalypse Archive)

By now you might have heard the name Taylor Davis, if you happened to catch my review of "Gaming Fantasy," so you might have...

REVIEW: Wintersun – Time I (Musicalypse Archive)

When Finns think about GUNS N' ROSES and the concurrent legend of "Chinese Democracy" (and the 15 or so years put into making that...

REVIEW: Taylor Davis – Gaming Fantasy (Musicalypse Archive)

I have a massive amount of appreciation for Taylor Davis and what she does. If you don't know the name, what she does is...