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

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

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...

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

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)

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)

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...

FEATURED SINGLE: Smackbound – Those Who Burn

With the release of their debut album, “20/20,” right around the corner, Finnish metal band SMACKBOUND have released yet another killer single on YouTube,...

(2000) Iron Maiden – Brave New World: Anniversary special

The 90s were a tough time for classic heavy metal. Grunge and alternative bands dominated the mainstream rock charts, while the underground scene went...

REVIEW: Oceanhoarse – The Damage – LIVE!

Finnish heavy metal act OCEANHOARSE is already widely talked about in the local scene, but also recently conquered the stages of Europe during their...

FEATURED SINGLE: Oceanhoarse – The Damage (Live)

Finnish heavy metal quartet OCEANHOARSE are soon to release their debut album and have now released a first taste of the album in the...

FEATURED SINGLE: Tyrantti – Aja!

Ever wondered what would have happened if the NWoBHM burst out in the heart of Finland? Founded in 2016, TYRANTTI is an excellent example...

REVIEW: Cirith Ungol – Forever Black

Formed in 1971, heavy metal band CIRITH UNGOL was one of the most legendary heavy metal acts of their time. Their last album was...

REVIEW: Arkadia – Master of Fears

Finnish melodic death metal band ARKADIA have released their third album “Master of Fears” on 20 September 2019 via Inverse Records. Swaying between heavy &...

25.4.2020 Devin Townsend: Quarantine Concert #2 @ Canada (Musicalypse Archive)

With streaming as the new platform for musicians during this era of quarantine, Devin Townsend has stepped up, donating proceeds to various healthcare workers:...

REVIEW: Dynazty – The Dark Delight

Swedish melodic metal masters DYNAZTY are getting ready to release their seventh studio album “The Dark Delight” on 3 April 2020, via AFM Records.  The...

Coronavirus: How to deal with it the metal way!

The coronavirus pandemic hit humanity like a fireball and forced us to shift our lifestyle completely. Most of us are staying at home to...

REVIEW: Lucifer – Lucifer III

Swedish/German retro heavy rock lords LUCIFER are soon releasing their third studio album entitled “Lucifer III” via Century Media Records. In recent years, the...

REVIEW: In This Moment – Mother (Musicalypse Archive)

Okay, it's time to confess - raise a hand if you've ever written the Los Angeles-based metal group IN THIS MOMENT off as just...

REVIEW: Five Finger Death Punch – F8

Before their show at Hartwall Arena, we had the opportunity to attend a prelistening session of FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH's eighth album "F8," out on 28 February 2020....

28.11.2019 Tribulation, All Them Witches, & Ghost @ Hartwall Arena, Helsinki...

The adorably Satanic dark rock and/or metal group GHOST returned to Helsinki again under the banner of The Ultimate Tour Named Death, uh… tour. We’ve...