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REVIEW: Wintersun – The Forest Seasons (Musicalypse Archive)

And so the climax of WINTERSUN's controversy is finally upon us! For those of you who are late to the party, WINTERSUN has been...

REVIEW: Cellar Darling – This is the Sound (Musicalypse Archive)

Let me be frank - I've been terrified to listen to this album. I really like CELLAR DARLING. I like Anna Murphy, I like...

REVIEW: Avatarium – Hurricanes and Halos (Musicalypse Archive)

It seems like only yesterday when Sweden's AVATARIUM captured my attention with their mix of doom metal and vintage rock on their previous album,...

REVIEW: The Night Flight Orchestra – Amber Galactic (Musicalypse Archive)

Although the NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA features well-known members of Swedish bands like SOILWORK and ARCH ENEMY, it's a far cry from a melodeath supergroup:...

REVIEW: Sabaton – The Last Stand (Musicalypse Archive)

SABATON. The great divide on this band never fails to amaze me. People either really love these guys, or strongly detest them. As per...

REVIEW: In Flames – Battles (Musicalypse Archive)

IN FLAMES, much like SONATA ARCTICA, have seen a great deal of rising and falling in their popularity of late, with fans largely divided...

REVIEW: Dark Tranquillity – Atoma (Musicalypse Archive)

I still remember it as if it were yesterday: about 9 years ago, I had received a bunch of DARK TRANQUILLITY songs to listen...

REVIEW: Forever Still – Tied Down (Musicalypse Archive)

Who are FOREVER STILL, you may be asking yourselves. This Danish duo came onto our radar after we were poking around to find out...

REVIEW: Sonata Arctica – The Ninth Hour (Musicalypse Archive)

When mentioned to a crowd, SONATA ARCTICA is liable to elicit a variety of reactions, but it's hard to deny that they are an...

REVIEW: Opeth – Sorceress (Musicalypse Archive)

OPETH's recent releases have been rather polarizing in the metal community. I had no problem at all with the stylistic change on "Heritage" (2011),...

REVIEW: Epica – The Holographic Principle (Musicalypse Archive)

There can be no denying that EPICA has a huge fanbase, nor that they deserve it. With their bombastic sound, strong vocalists, talented instrumentalists,...

REVIEW: Leaves’ Eyes – King of Kings (Musicalypse Archive)

I really want to love LEAVES' EYES. Liv Kristine is one of my favorite female vocalists of all time and Viking metal is one...

REVIEW: Amorphis – Under the Red Cloud (Musicalypse Archive)

AMORPHIS hasn’t been exactly amorphous in recent years, as the band seems to have adopted an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality...

REVIEW: Helloween – My God Given Right (Musicalypse Archive)

My luck this year with new albums has been a bit crazy. Several of my oldest, favorite bands have put out great new albums...

REVIEW: Amaranthe – Maximalism (Musicalypse Archive)

The Swedish pop metal magnates of AMARANTHE are back again with another hard-pop album through Nuclear Blast Records soon. I've been trying to decide...