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EARTHLESS Releases new live album “Live In The Mojave Desert”

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Earthless release new live album, "Live in the Mojave Desert." Learn more here:

Norwegian death metal vets Blood Red Throne join Nuclear Blast.

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Norwegian death metal vets Blood Red Throne join Nuclear Blast. More info here...

Fear Factory release visualizer video for second single “Fuel Injected Suicide...

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Fear Factory release visualizer video for second single "Fuel Injected Suicide Machine." Watch the video here...

Light The Torch share visualizer for new song “More than Dreaming.”

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Light The Torch share visualizer for new song "More than Dreaming." Listen to the song here...

REVIEW: Oceans – EP: We Are Nøt Okay

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German post-metallers Oceans sing about mental health in their new EP, “We Are Nøt Okay,” which was released on April 30th, 2021, via Nuclear Blast. Read our thoughts here:

SONG OF THE DAY: Cellar Darling – Dance

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Cellar Darling once again show their mysterious folky prowess with "Dance." Read more about today's Song of the Day here:

Burning witches release “Flight Of The Valkyries” Single & Video.

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Today, Swiss/Dutch heavy metal coven BURNING WITCHES are proud to unleash an epic new single, "Flight Of The Valkyries," taken from their upcoming fourth full-length album,...

REVIEW: Rob Zombie – The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy

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When it comes to rock legends, Rob Zombie should be a familiar name, for his time in WHITE ZOMBIE if not his following solo...

Interview with Epica — “We can all need a little bit...

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Dutch symphonic metal giants EPICA are releasing their new album, "Omega," on February 26th, 2021, via Nuclear Blast Records. We had the opportunity to...

Silver Lake, solo project of Esa Holopainen (AMORPHIS), to sign with...

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Nuclear Blast proudly announce the signing of the solo project of AMORPHIS guitarist Esa Holopainen, SILVER LAKE. Esa Holopainen made good use of his...

Battle Beast re-sign to Nuclear Blast

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BATTLE BEAST and Nuclear Blast have renewed the bond of their successful partnership: the Finnish heavy metal sextet re-signed to the metal global player! Eero Sipilä, bassist of BATTLE...

REVIEW: Pallbearer – Forgotten Days

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What started as an underground doom metal band with tremendous potential, is now set to release one of the most anticipated doom albums of...

REVIEW: Amaranthe – Manifest (Musicalypse Archive)

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AMARANTHE has been around now for quite a while, even though in many ways they still feel like a new band. Having swept the...

REVIEW: Enslaved – Utgard (Musicalypse Archive)

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In Norse mythology, there is an esoteric place called Utgard, the land of the giants, where not even the gods of Asgard have control....

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: Helloween – Straight Out of Hell (remastered) (Musicalypse Archive)

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On September 4th, 2020, (that's tomorrow!) Nuclear Blast Records will release the remastered editions of three 10-or-so-year-old HELLOWEEN albums. Having already covered "Unarmed" (2009) and "7 Sinners"...

REVIEW: Helloween – 7 Sinners (remastered) (Musicalypse Archive)

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September 2020 marks the re-release of several not-too-old HELLOWEEN albums by Nuclear Blast Records: 2009's "Unarmed" compilation/re-make album, 2010's 7 Sinners, and 2013's "Straight Out of...

REVIEW: Helloween – Unarmed (remastered) (Musicalypse Archive)

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Have you ever wished one of your favorite metal bands had been a completely different genre? Well, if you want to know what that...

REVIEW: Blues Pills: Holy Moly! (Musicalypse Archive)

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There is a group of Swedish rockers known for their retro style, not only for the sound but also by recording at their own...

(2000) In Flames – Clayman: Anniversary Special (Musicalypse Archive)

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Exactly 20 years ago, Gothenburg metallers IN FLAMES released their 5th full-length album, "Clayman." While the Swedes had already enjoyed moderate success in Europe...