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REVIEW: Sabaton – The Last Stand (Musicalypse Archive)

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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: Metallica – Hardwired… to Self-Destruct (Musicalypse Archive)

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Like many of our dear readers, my courtship with heavy metal music started in my early teens with no doubt the same two or...

REVIEW: Maschine – Naturalis (Musicalypse Archive)

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British progressive rock/metal band MASCHINE is a new name to me, although they've got one record, "Rubidium" (2013), under their belts already. Their new...

REVIEW: In Flames – Battles (Musicalypse Archive)

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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: Trees of Eternity – Hour of the Nightengale (Musicalypse Archive)

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Death is not an unfamiliar topic for the vast majority of metal bands, as most of them handle the subject in at least one...

REVIEW: Taylor Davis – Odyssey (Musicalypse Archive)

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Popular YouTube violinist Taylor Davis is back with yet another album. October 28th, 2016, marked the release of "Odyssey," this time comprised entirely of...

REVIEW: Dark Tranquillity – Atoma (Musicalypse Archive)

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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: Riverside – Eye of the Soundscape (Musicalypse Archive)

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Arguably one of the greatest progressive rock bands of the 21st century, RIVERSIDE faced a tragedy earlier this year when founding member Piotr Grudziński...

REVIEW: Forever Still – Tied Down (Musicalypse Archive)

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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)

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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: John Wesley – a way you’ll never be (Musicalypse Archive)

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John Wesley is known to most prog fans as a sideman, having worked as MARILLION's guitar tech, Fish's songwriting partner and guitarist, and most...

REVIEW: Opeth – Sorceress (Musicalypse Archive)

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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)

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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: Blind Channel – Revolutions (Musicalypse Archive)

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BLIND CHANNEL, in the span of a few months, has quickly become one of my favorite live acts. How painful is it then that...

REVIEW: Insomnium – Winter’s Gate (Musicalypse Archive)

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These days, INSOMNIUM is one of those bands that hardly needs to be introduced to metal audiences. Ever since their debut in 2002, this...

REVIEW: Kansas – The Prelude Implicit (Musicalypse Archive)

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KANSAS has never been a massive name in Finland, and I’ve only heard ”Carry On Wayward Son” on the radio once or twice. However,...

REVIEW: Devin Townsend Project – Transcendence (Musicalypse Archive)

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Few things in the world these days get me more excited than a new release by Devin Townsend, who, in the span of about...

REVIEW: Psychework – The Dragon’s Year (Musicalypse Archive)

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There has been a lot of excitement buzzing around about the new PSYCHEWORK album, because it marks the official comeback of the much-beloved Antony...

REVIEW: Fates Warning – Theories of Flight (Musicalypse Archive)

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Progressive metal pioneers FATES WARNING started enriching my record collection around the time their previous album, "Darkness in a Different Light" (2013), came out....

REVIEW: Ayreon – The Theater Equation (Musicalypse Archive)

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It is time! Ever since I made the trip to Rotterdam with a friend back in September 2015 to see The Theater Equation, I've...