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Interview with Amaranthe – “There’s been a lot of blood, sweat,...

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AMARANTHE have been on the scene for about a decade now and are ready to share their sixth studio album with the world on...

REVIEW: Anaal Nathrakh – Endarkenment (Musicalypse Archive)

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Violence, brutality, and a complete lack of compromise - just some of the terms that can be used to describe ANAAL NATHRAKH, a British...

REVIEW: Hulkoff – Pansarfolk (Musicalypse Archive)

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Better known as the singer of RAUBTIER, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Pär Hulkoff has also been working on his solo project HULKOFF since 2017. The...

REVIEW: Kataklysm – Unconquered (Musicalypse Archive)

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Death metal as a musical subgenre has now existed for almost 40 years and it’s hard to neglect KATAKLYSM when talking about the greats...

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...

GALLERY: 19.9.2020 Maidenfest @ Rytmikorjaamo, Seinäjoki (Musicalypse Archive)

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MAIDENFEST, a local IRON MAIDEN Tribute Festival, took place at Rytmikorjaamo in Seinäjoki, September 2020. Photos by Sami Hinkkanen Instagram - FacebookMusicalypse, 2020OV: 789 Recent posts Related...

Interview with Brother Firetribe – “If I join a black metal...

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With the release of BROTHER FIRETRIBE's fourth studio album, "Feel the Burn," coming up on September 18th, 2020, it occurred to us that we've never...

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...

REVIEW: Napalm Death: Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism...

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British grindcore pioneers, NAPALM DEATH, return with their new album, "Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism," The band haven’t released any material...

BOOK REVIEW: Jordan Blum – Dream Theater: Every Album, Every Song...

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Ever since its launch a couple of years ago, Sonicbond Publishing has published books in a series called On Track, where the discographies of...

Interview with Arjen Lucassen: “I had to learn to keep changing...

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Fans of Arjen Lucassen were delighted to hear about the upcoming release of the next AYREON release this week, a sci-fi/fantasy ghost story called Transitus....

Interview with Altamullan Road – “You have to sometimes die in...

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If you've ever wanted to hear the sounds of folk fairies singing deep, ambient, fantastical songs in perfect harmony, you need look no further...

REVIEW: 10 Years – Violent Allies (Musicalypse Archive)

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There's no doubt that this year is a period of sweeping change. While the most cynical of minds might be tempted to think that...

REVIEW: Derek Sherinian – The Phoenix (Musicalypse Archive)

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Derek Sherinian is a prolific American keyboard wizard, whose name might not instantly ring a bell, but you're certainly prone to have a vague...

Interview with Varg – “I don’t regret the name Varg because...

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The German melodeath band VARG will be releasing their newest record, "Zeichen," on September 18th, 2020, after a 4 year absence since their album,...

REVIEW: Finntroll – Vredesvavd (Musicalypse Archive)

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It's been 7 years since legendary Finnish pagan metal band FINNTROLL released their latest studio album, "Blodsvept" (2013), but at long last, fans are...

REVIEW: Brother Firetribe – Feel the Burn (Musicalypse Archive)

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If you're into Finnish adult-oriented rock, you must certainly know of BROTHER FIRETRIBE, a gem in the AOR scene. Fronted by the charismatic Pekka Heino, their...

REVIEW: Ayreon – Transitus (Musicalypse Archive)

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Arjen Anthony Lucassen's progressive metal opera, AYREON, is back with another album, within a mere year of the release of the DVD of the...

PHOTOSHOOT: Pekka Heino of Brother Firetribe @ Sanomatalo (Musicalypse Archive)

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A photoshoot with Pekka Heino of BROTHER FIRETRIBE at Sanomatalo in Helsinki, 2020. Photos by Laureline Tilkin-FranssensMusicalypse, 2020OV: 761 Recent posts Related posts

Interview with Finntroll – “It was a lucky accident… well, I...

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One of the biggest names in Finnish pagan metal, FINNTROLL, are back at last with their seventh studio album, "Vredesvävd." Naturally, having had a 7-year...