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REVIEW: Alice Cooper – Detroit Stories

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In Europe, we may know Detroit as the historic heart of the American automotive industry, but in rock music, we know it as the...

REVIEW: Noora Louhimo Experience – Eternal Wheel of Time and Space

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Crowdfunding can be a great way for musicians with a supportive fanbase to realize projects, as it offers a certain artistic freedom and independence....

REVIEW: Tyrantti – Orjaplaneetta

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Have you ever heard of a band so dangerous that their Instagram handle warns you to tread cautiously? If you haven't, let me introduce...

Interview with Tyrantti — “‘Orjaplaneetta’ is approximately 666% better than the...

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Finnish heavy metal act TYRANTTI are releasing their sophomore album, "Orjaplaneetta," on February 26th, 2021, via Playground Music. We had the opportunity to talk...

REVIEW: MSG (Michael Schenker Group) – Immortal

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Whenever we mention bands like UFO or SCORPIONS, we think of one person who made his mark. After more than 10 years of silence, the...

REVIEW: Accept – Too Mean To Die

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If 2017's "The Rise of Chaos" or the hit song "Pandemic" (2010) had become your perfect soundtrack to the apocalyptic nature of what was...

FEATURED SINGLE: Shereign – Losing Sight

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While many of the names within SHEREIGN may be familiar to you from bands like FEAR OF DOMINATION and BLACK LIGHT DISCIPLINE, this heavy...

REVIEW: Lords of Black – Alchemy of Souls Pt. 1

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Spanish heavy/power metal revelation LORDS OF BLACK are finally back with their fourth full-length album entitled “Alchemy of Souls Pt. 1,” to be released...

REVIEW: Obsidian Kingdom – Meat Machine (Musicalypse Archive)

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OBSIDIAN KINGDOM is a band hailing from Barcelona, which defines their sound as “hard-to-classify heavy with plenty of contrasts.” These kinds of bands tend...

(1970) Black Sabbath – Paranoid: Anniversary Special

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If the Earth didn't rumble when British heavy metal forefathers BLACK SABBATH released their debut effort, "Black Sabbath," it surely did when their sophomore...

REVIEW: Black Sun – EP: Silent Enemy

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Ecuador is not exactly the first country that comes to mind when one thinks about rock or metal, yet this is the country from...

REVIEW: Night – High Tides – Distant Skies

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Have you been enjoying the summer so far? If, like me, the COVID-19 boycot of summer festivals has cast a few shadows over these...

REVIEW: Unleash the Archers – Abyss

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Oh, Canada! Not only known for its unspoiled nature, friendly inhabitants, and local polar bear gangs, but also for some of metal’s finest, such...

REVIEW: Avatar – Hunter Gatherer

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Swedish metal circus AVATAR have made people fall in love with them all around the world with their interesting and captivating world and music....

REVIEW: Samer Elnahhal – Supernova Kill Road (Musicalypse Archive)

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Does humor belong in heavy metal music? While some metal and hard-rock artists might give out the impression of being stoic party-poopers with absolutely...

REVIEW: Warkings – Revenge

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WARKINGS are a four-piece heavy/power metal band that, by the looks of it, were created by their label Napalm Records in 2018, as they...

Interview with Carnal Agony — “There were too few great new...

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Being called the love child of JUDAS PRIEST and hit songwriter Desmond Child, Swedish horror-themed metal band, CARNAL AGONY, recently released their sophomore album,...

REVIEW: Lamb of God – Lamb of God

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Early 2020, the Virginian groove-metal ambassadors, LAMB OF GOD, announced that they would be releasing a new studio album on the brink of the...

REVIEW: Mushroomhead – A Wonderful Life (Musicalypse Archive)

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Once more, Musicalypse have found ourselves trying out new music during these not-quite-so-quarantined days. It may astound many of you that Cleveland-based MUSHROOMHEAD had...

REVIEW: Smackbound – 20/20 (Musicalypse Archive)

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The inescapable truth is that a classically trained voice is a genuine stairway-to-heaven of an instrument when the vocal cords are harnessed to convey...