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REVIEW: Gary Moore – How Blue Can You Get

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February 6th, 2021, marked 10 years since the tragic passing of iconic Irish guitarist Gary Moore. He left behind a formidable back catalog of...

SONG OF THE DAY: Icon for Hire – Seeds

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ICON FOR HIRE. What can we say? This is such an interesting band with such an interesting history. The band has been through a...

REVIEW: Slow Fall – Beneath the Endless Rains

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Today's a boring Wednesday evening in the midst of a pandemic. Since I had nothing to do, I thought... well, why not go through...

REVIEW: Jo Below – EP: No Control

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We first heard about the name JO BELOW when they released the EP "By the Rules" last year. Having been pleased by their enjoyable...

FEATURED SINGLE: Game Music Collective – Overwatch Victory Theme

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If you are any sort of geek and you haven't heard of the GAME MUSIC COLLECTIVE yet, for shame! These guys have been releasing...

REVIEW: Liquid Tension Experiment – LTE3

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In modern-day progressive rock, it seems as though there is a new supergroup born every few weeks. Be that as it may, there is...

SONG OF THE DAY: Jinjer – Home Back

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Towards the end of 2020, Ukrainian metal outfit JINJER unleashed a new monster single from their latest album, “Macro.” The single in question is...

FEATURED SINGLE: Fear of Domination – Dive into I

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Finnish industrial metal darlings FEAR OF DOMINATION are back to serve your ears one hell of a meal in 2021, in case you haven't...

REVIEW: Rioghan – EP: Blackened Sky

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Finnish artist Rioghan is a charming and off-the-beaten-path presence on the country’s ever-expanding metal scene. This solo project was founded in 2019 in Lapua,...

REVIEW: Marty Friedman – Tokyo Jukebox 3

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Marty Friedman is an American-born musician, probably best known for his 10-year tenure as the lead guitarist for MEGADETH long, long ago. Early on,...

REVIEW: Temple Balls – Pyromide

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Finnish hard rock band TEMPLE BALLS made their debut on the scene with the single “Hell and Feelin Fine” back in September 2016. Since...

REVIEW: Nad Sylvan – Spiritus Mundi

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There's no denying that hearing the landmark prog colossus of an album, “Selling England By the Pound,” by GENESIS for the first time kind...

REVIEW: Kirkkokahvit – Yöaika

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Progressive rock and punk are one of the most unlikely couples you could possibly think of. Isn't prog about playing three thousand chords in...

REVIEW: Hautajaisyö – On Vain Pimeys

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HAUTAJAISYÖ (Finnish for “funeral night”) is a death metal band founded in Iisalmi back in 2014. The act was born from the ashes of...

REVIEW: Slack Bird – Hämärään

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I have to admit that I was blissfully unaware of the whole existence of crusty punk folk before coming across the Finnish trio, SLACK...

(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: Star Insight – Across the Galaxy

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Our magazine has a mission to bring you a lot of bands you may have never heard of. Sometimes that also leads to surprises...

REVIEW: Blackmore’s Night – Nature’s Light

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Ritchie Blackmore is a staple in rock music's vast history and along with his involvement in acts like DEEP PURPLE and RAINBOW, the guitarist...

REVIEW: Harakiri for the Sky – Mære

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HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY is an Austrian post-black metal band that has been making waves as pioneers in the scene since their debut back...

(2001) Lacuna Coil – Unleashed Memories: Anniversary Special

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The LACUNA COIL's name may be a staple in the Gothic metal scene, as well as being one of the most well-known heavy metal...