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UNLEASHED: Everfrost share the story from Winterider

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When you say "winter anime adventure" in the same sentence as "power metal," you're liable to turn some heads. A few years ago, under the Musicalypse name, we delved into the story behind Everfrost's first album, "Blue Eyed Emotion." Today, we're back again with the band's latest album, "Winterider," which was release 2 years ago today. Check out the unleashed story here...

REVIEW: Ainur – War of the Jewels

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Ainur released their concept album based on J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Silmarillion" in March. Read our thoughts on this ambitious project here...

Vreid launch “Wild North West” – The Movie

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Vreid are now launching their movie, "Wild North West," on Vimeo. Learn more here...

REVIEW: Cryptosis – Bionic Swarm

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As humans, we have a constant will to change, to evolve. The yearning for something new is what makes us different from other creatures....

Interview with Pihka is My Name — “Nobody is just a...

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While it's true that we have already explored the world of PIHKA IS MY NAME with band masterminds Henna Helasvuo and Lasse Turunen in...

(2011) Within Temptation – The Unforgiving: Anniversary Special

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On March 25th, 2011, Dutch symphonic metal band WITHIN TEMPTATION released an album accompanied by three short films (below) and a comic book. Since...

REVIEW: Heart Healer – The Metal Opera by Magnus Karlsson

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Collaborations in the metal scene are common occurrences, from a neat featuring on a song to full albums comprised of guest artists (see AVANTASIA,...

REVIEW: Silvernite – Silvernite

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Another year, another new name in the Finnish music scene. This time around, we are introduced to SILVERNITE, a Finnish-Greek trio (or quartet, depending...

(2011) Moonsorrow – Varjoina kuljemme kuoleiden maassa: Anniversary Special

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Following the release of 2003's "Kivenkäntäjä," Finnish Viking/pagan/black metallers MOONSORROW started to become known as one of the best pagan metal bands to come...

REVIEW: Black Sun – EP: Silent Enemy (Musicalypse Archive)

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Known mainly in South America for opening for big heavy metal legends, Ecuadorian BLACK SUN have returned to the metal scene with a new...

REVIEW: Dark Sarah – Grim (Musicalypse Archive)

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For fans of Gothic metal and strong sopranos, Dark Sarah may not be a new name. Having already released three concept albums following the story...

REVIEW: Paralydium – Worlds Beyond

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Hailing from Sweden, progressive metal outfit PARALYDIUM was founded by guitarist John Berg, who envisioned a mixture of hard hitting riffs, melodic soundscapes, and...

REVIEW: Illumishade – Eclyptic: Wake of Shadows

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Side-projects give us a glimpse into the artistic and creative world of musicians, a world that they might not be able to explore fully...

REVIEW: Everfrost – Winterider + concept teaser (Musicalypse Archive)

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We have been waiting for a long time to hear the follow-up to EVERFROS's extremely impressive first album, "Blue Eyed Emotion." Joining Benji Connelly and...

REVIEW: Silver Bullet – Mooncult (Musicalypse Archive)

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One of Reaper Entertainment's newest acquisitions, Silver Bullet, announced their sophomore album'a release for the end of March 2019. Having introduced a new type of...

REVIEW: Cellar Darling – The Spell (Musicalypse Archive)

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It feels like just yesterday that ELUVEITIE parted ways with Anna Murphy, Ivo Henzi, and Merlin Sutter. In truth, it hasn't been a very...

UNLEASHED: Everfrost share the story from “Blue Eyed Emotion” (Musicalypse Archive)

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The first time I spoke to EVERFROST was back in March of 2018, and I've slowly been growing more interested in their music and...

REVIEW: Seventh Wonder – Tiara + concept teaser (Musicalypse Archive)

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Fans of Tommy Karevik and the band he was known for before his KAMELOT days have been waiting for a new album for nearly...

REVIEW: Psychework – Karelian Hills (Musicalypse Archive)

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PSYCHEWORK are perhaps best known as the comeback band of ex-MACHINE MEN singer and guitarist, Antony Parviainen and J-V Hintikka. Their first album, "The Dragon's...

REVIEW: Lost in Grey – The Grey Realms (Musicalypse Archive)

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LOST IN GREY is a newcomer to the Finnish metal scene, even if frontman Harri Koskela is not. This symphonic metal project tells...