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Moonspell Teams Up With My Dying Bride, Borknagar, Wolfheart & More...

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In order to celebrate their -nothing short of amazing- 30 years career, crowned by the band’s latest and critically acclaimed studio album "Hermitage" live, together with...

03.07.2021 Lord of the Lost: Sinister Summer Stream

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Lord of the Lost celebrated the release of their new 2-disc album, "Judas," with a live stream. Read our report here...

REVIEW: Lord of the Lost – Judas

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German Lord of the Lost are back again, this time with a sympathetic perspective on the classic betrayer, Judas, in their album of the same name. Set for release on July 2nd, via Napalm Records, you can check out our review here...

Moonspell Shares Brand New Details For Upcoming “Irreligious” Anniversary Reissue!

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Moonspell Shares Brand New Details For Upcoming "Irreligious" Anniversary Reissue! More info here...

Lacuna Coil Releases New Live Track and Video for “Veneficium.”

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Lacuna Coil Releases New Live Track and Video for "Veneficium." Watch the video here...

Moonspell To Perform Full Live Sets of “Irreligious” & Brand New...

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Moonspell To Perform Full Live Sets of "Irreligious" & Brand New Album "Hermitage." More info here...

REVIEW: Blackbriar – The Cause of Shipwreck

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The Dutch metal scene is notorious for its symphonic metal bands, each one more original and interesting than the last. Following in the footsteps...

REVIEW: Rioghan – EP: Blackened Sky

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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: Sirenia – Riddles, Ruins & Revelations

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Norwegian symphonic/Gothic metal outfit SIRENIA has been a well-established value in the scene for quite some time now. Founded back in 2001 by allrounder...

REVIEW: Lake of Tears – Ominous

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Swedish Gothic metal band LAKE OF TEARS should need no introduction. Such excellent albums as “Headstone” (1995), “A Crimson Cosmos” (1997), or “The Neonai”...

REVIEW: Moonspell – Hermitage

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Seeing a band develop and grow over the course of almost three decades is a thing of beauty. Such is the case with Portuguese...

REVIEW: Tribulation – Where the Gloom Becomes Sound

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Starting out as yet another death metal band from Sweden, in recent years, TRIBULATION have truly become a sensation, infusing Gothic, black, and death...

REVIEW: Veil of Secrets – Dead Poetry

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VEIL OF SECRETS is a new doom-flavored metal endeavor hailing from Norway. It marks the long-awaited return of former TRISTANIA-singer Vibeke Stene, alongside Asgeir...

REVIEW: Eleine – Dancing in Hell

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ELEINE is a Swedish symphonic metal band that has been around since 2014. In these six years, the band - fronted by alternative model...

REVIEW: My Dying Bride – EP: Macabre Cabaret

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Earlier this year, we were treated to beautifully melancholic “The Ghost of Orion,” an album that features one of Aaron Stainthorpe’s best vocal performances...

REVIEW: Draconian – Under a Godless Veil

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Autumn is the perfect season to enjoy some well-crafted doom metal with a palpable gothic tinge to it. And with their latest offering, titled...

REVIEW: Draconian – Under a Godless Veil (Musicalypse Archive)

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A romantic darkness in the form of doom/death with a gothic touch is the best way I can sum up DRACONIAN, a rather unique Swedish...

Silentium reveal new stunning video for “Shame.”

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Today SILENTIUM celebrates the release of their album “Motiva” and their new video "Shame."  Metal made in Finland is bound up with certain expectations that can...

REVIEW: Silentium – Motiva

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The last time we heard of Finnish Gothic metal band SILENTIUM was in 2008 with the release of their fifth studio album, “Amortean.” After...

REVIEW: Lord of the Lost – Swan Songs III

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There is something irresistibly fascinating in the way a well-thought-out orchestration brings out the true identity of a song. Electronic dance music and metal,...