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REVIEW: Evil Drive – Demons Within

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The drive that is still within the Finnish melodic metal band EVIL DRIVE strikes again with their third album, “Demons Within.” They proudly present...

(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: Evergrey – Escape of the Phoenix

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Sweden has been on fire (figuratively speaking) for the last year or so, with killer releases from DYNAZTY and KATATONIA last spring, to PARALYDIUM...

REVIEW: Soen – Imperial

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Swedish progressive metal band SOEN are releasing their newest opus, “Imperial,” on January 29, 2021, via Silver Lining Music. SOEN is one of those...

FEATURED SINGLE: Frosttide – We Will Be Gone

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One of Finlands (unfortunately) best-kept secrets is the epic melodic death metal band, FROSTTIDE. The band surprised us with a re-release of their EP,...

REVIEW: Jinjer – Alive in Melbourne

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Anno Domini 2020 will be remembered as the year that pressed pause on the live music scene. But before everything came to a halt,...

REVIEW: Dark Tranquillity – Moment

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Swedish melodic death metal icon DARK TRANQUILLITY barely needs any introduction. Together with IN FLAMES and AT THE GATES, they were at the forefront...

FEATURED SINGLE: Ember Falls – The World is Burning

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"The perfect place to die." What a description for the world in which we live right now. When EMBER FALLS released "The World is...

REVIEW: Black Fate – Ithaca

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Greek melodic progressive power metal outfit BLACK FATE have been around since the early 1990s but have released only three full-length albums and a...

REVIEW: Memoira – Carnival of Creation (Musicalypse Archive)

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Creativity is the hellish gift of conjuring dreams into reality. It's a battle with demons, but luckily we survive in reasonable condition... most of...

REVIEW: Amaranthe – Manifest

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There is no denying that the metal scene is flexible enough to accommodate all types of music that have a heavier edge to it,...

REVIEW: Oceans of Slumber: Oceans of Slumber (Musicalypse Archive)

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Inspiration comes from all sorts of sources and sometimes, things need to be broken and allowed to resolve to a natural conclusion. OCEANS OF SLUMBER tries...

REVIEW: Unleash the Archers – Abyss (Musicalypse Archive)

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UNLEASH THE ARCHERS, a melodic power metal band from Canada, have made their way onto our radar, despite the great white north not exactly...

FEATURED SINGLE: Trve Cvlt Clvb – Empty Alley

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When I was a teenager and started listening to metal actively, there were two camps of metalheads: the so-called posers and those who were...

REVIEW: Halysis – Cerulean

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HALYSIS is a young band from Lahti, formed in 2015, and they released their debut “Cerulean” on 15 May 2020 independently. The Finnish quartet...

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...

REVIEW: Beyond the Black – Hørizøns (Musicalypse Archive)

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BEYOND THE BLACK first came to our attention when vocalist Jennifer Haben acted as guest vocalist on tour with KAMELOT in 2018. Having enjoyed...

REVIEW: Beyond the Black – Hørizøns

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In just a few short years, German symphonic metal outfit BEYOND THE BLACK, led by talented vocalist Jennifer Haben, have conquered not only the...

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...