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REVIEW: Dragged Under – Upright Animals

Dragged Under are back with a new release, "Upright Animals," set for release on June 10th via Mascot Label Group. Check out the review here...

16.4.2022 Nothing but Sunshine, Spiritraiser, & Flat Earth @ Tiivistämö, Helsinki

Flat Earth shared the stage with Spiritraiser's album release show and Nothing but Sunshine on April 16th at Tiivistämö. Check out the gig report here...

REVIEW: Spiritraiser – Ciklos

Spiritraiser captured our ears and hearts with their debut, "Inspiral," and now they're back with their independent sophomore release, "Ciklos," which will hit airwaves on the 25th. Check out our review here...

Interview with Shaman’s Harvest: “Everybody’s got their issues. Just be kind.”

Shaman's Harvest's new album, "Rebelator," knocked our socks off. Check out our interview with Nathan Hunt and Josh Hamler, where we talk all about this new release...

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!

SONG OF THE DAY: Ice of Neptune – Solitude

Today's Song of the Day is "Solitude" and comes to us courtesy of Greek-Italian alternative/progressive rock act Ice of Neptune.

FEATURED SINGLE: Dirt – Real World

In case Dirt's new single, "Real World," slipped under your radar, make sure you check it out as our Featured Single of the day, as its video is out now!

REVIEW: The Tea Party – Blood Moon Rising

The Canadian rockers from The Tea Party are back again with a new release, "Blood Moon Rising," out via InsideOut Music on November 26th. Read our review of this alternative-rock comeback here...

REVIEW: Cory Marks – EP: Nashville Nights

Canada's newest and best contribution to country music and hard rock is back with a new EP of acoustic and live versions of songs from his debut. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Luna Kills – not to be bitter, but it helps

Alternative rock act Luna Kills are set to release their new album "not to be bitter, but it helps" on June 11, 2021. Read our thoughts about the record here...

Interview with Luna Kills — “We were going to make songs...

Alternative rock act LUNA KILLS are about to release their sophomore full-length album, "not to be bitter, but it helps." We had the chance to talk with the trio about the upcoming album. Watch the complete interview here...

Interview with Blame Me — “This album is a good representation of...

Alternative rock act Blame Me are releasing their debut full-length album, "The Invisible You," to be released on June 11th, 2021, independently. We had the opportunity to talk to singer Bini Silvennoinen and drummer Vallu Kousa about the upcoming release. Watch the complete interview here...

REVIEW: Red Eleven – Handled with Chaos

Alternative rockers Red Eleven are back with their fourth studio album, "Handled With Chaos." Check out our review here:

SONG OF THE DAY: Icon for Hire – Seeds

ICON FOR HIRE. What can we say? This is such an interesting band with such an interesting history. The band has been through a...

REVIEW: Rioghan – EP: Blackened Sky

Finnish artist Rioghan is a charming and off-the-beaten-path presence on the country’s ever-expanding metal scene. This solo project was founded in 2019 in Lapua,...

REVIEW: Tindersticks – Distractions

Now, here's a word that is indeed burdened with a load of negative connotations: distraction. Every self-help guru on the market is more than...

(2000) The Smashing Pumpkins – Machina/The Machines of Gods: Anniversary Special

At the turn of the millennia, the star of the undisputed heroes of 1990s teenage-angsty alt-rock, THE SMASHING PUMPKINS, had started to dim. The...

(2000) Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory: Anniversary Special

There is no album, in recent times, that is more influential but also more polarizing than LINKIN PARK’s classic “Hybrid Theory” (2000). Love it...

REVIEW: Crippled Black Phoenix – Ellengæst

First, there is the lamenting trumpet, reminiscent of certain unforgettable soundtrack moments composed by Ennio Morricone, almost as if you'd just entered the spaghetti...

(2000) Radiohead – Kid A: Anniversary Special

In 1997, the angst-riddled bunch, RADIOHEAD, released ”OK Computer,” the first in a series of landmark albums, which has later been tagged as the...