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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...