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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...

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...