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Caliban release “Intoleranz” Song and Video, taken from “Zeitgeister.”

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It took German metalcore vets, CALIBAN recording a cover of RAMMSTEIN’s “Sonne” to realize that their native tongue was a seamless fit with their...

(2011) Turisas – Stand Up and Fight: Anniversary Special

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TURISAS, oh TURISAS. What in the hell have you been doing these past 8 years? It's no secret that ever since "Turisas2013" was released...

REVIEW: Napalm Death: Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism...

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British grindcore pioneers, NAPALM DEATH, return with their new album, "Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism," The band haven’t released any material...

REVIEW: Finntroll – Vredesvavd (Musicalypse Archive)

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It's been 7 years since legendary Finnish pagan metal band FINNTROLL released their latest studio album, "Blodsvept" (2013), but at long last, fans are...

REVIEW: Black Crown Initiate – Violent Portraits of Doomed Escape (Musicalypse...

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One of the most beautiful things about progressive metal is simply how many forms it can take, from a sound that verges on rock...

Finntroll postpone release new album “Vredesvävd.”

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Due to unforeseen delays in production, the release of FINNTROLL's upcoming album "Vredesvävd" is postponed until 18 September 2020. "Vredesvävd" is the band's seventh...

REVIEW: Wilderun – Veil of Imagination (Musicalypse Archive)

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WILDERUN is a progressive metal band from Boston, MA. In 2019, the band released their third studio album, "Veil of Imagination," which was picked...

REVIEW: Lucifer – Lucifer III (Musicalypse Archive)

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For the band LUCIFER, there is no need for any introduction. They have established their name in the music scene with their unique retro-like...

(2000) Sentenced – Crimson: Anniversary Special

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Released on January 17th, 2000, via Century Media, “Crimson” is the sixth full length release from SENTENCED. This is the album that introduced the...

REVIEW: Lacuna Coil – Black Anima (Musicalypse Archive)

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If you mention metal from Italy, LACUNA COIL is one of the first names that pops into mind. While we are huge fans of...

REVIEW: Insomnium – Heart Like a Grave (Musicalypse Archive)

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INSOMNIUM has been one of the most consistently good bands to come out of Finland in the past decade, while managing to undeniably do...

REVIEW: Entombed A.D. – Bowels of Earth

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Formed by former ENTOMBED members LG Petrov; Victor Brandt; Nico Elgstrand and Olle Dahlstedt; ENTOMBED A.D. have steadily managed to establish their own identity...

REVIEW: Swallow The Sun – When A Shadow Is Forced Into...

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Swallow The Sun, one of Finland’s finest melodic doom metal acts release their new album “When A Shadow Is Forced Into The Light” on 25 January...

REVIEW: At the Gates – To Drink from the Night Itself...

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ATT HE GATES is known far and wide as one of the original Gothenburg metal bands. After closing shop in 1996, they had a...

REVIEW: Grave Pleasures – Motherblood (Musicalypse Archive)

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Gothic rock/post-punk posse GRAVE PLEASURES seems to have become a cult name of sorts, as I recall seeing them (as well as the band's...

REVIEW: The Haunted – Strength in Numbers (Musicalypse Archive)

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I've been a fan of THE HAUNTED (without knowing it) since I heard "Dark Intentions," the legendary intro track from "...Made Me Do It"...

REVIEW: Firewind – Immortals (Musicalypse Archive)

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It’s been 5 years since their last studio album, "Few Against Many," came out, but now FIREWIND are back with their newest creation, "Immortals."...

REVIEW: Insomnium – Winter’s Gate (Musicalypse Archive)

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These days, INSOMNIUM is one of those bands that hardly needs to be introduced to metal audiences. Ever since their debut in 2002, this...

REVIEW: Witherscape – The Northern Sanctuary (Musicalypse Archive)

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Progressive death metal duo WITHERSCAPE’s debut album, "The Inheritance" (2013), was my introduction to the wonderful world of the multi-talented Dan Swanö, whose projects...

REVIEW: Lacuna Coil – Delirium (Musicalypse Archive)

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Oh LACUNA COIL, how I used to love you. I don't remember how I came across these guys back in the day, but I...