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FEATURED SINGLE: Noumena – Murtuneet

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NOUMENA returned safely from the forest (yes, they are indeed the band pictured on the infamous "Finnish metal bands getting lost in the forest"...

FEATURED SINGLE: True Cult Club – Touch Me

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Have you ever wondered what BENNY BENASSI's "Satisfaction" would sound like if someone would make a dark and up-to-date version of it, while mixing...

SONG OF THE DAY: Apocalyptica ft. Lzzy Hale – Talk to...

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Finnish metal act APOCALYPTICA are known mostly for two things: (1) their beautiful, soulful, or anthemic instrumental songs that feature cello as the main tool,...

FEATURED SINGLE: Dyecrest – Winterblood (Musicalypse Archive)

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If the name DYECREST is new to you, you may at least know their vocalist, Mikael Salo, from other bands like EVERFROST, METAL DE FACTO, or THY ROW....

FEATURED SINGLE: Trve Cvlt Clvb – Empty Alley

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When I was a teenager and started listening to metal actively, there were two camps of metalheads: the so-called posers and those who were...

FEATURED SINGLE: Keoma – Gaia

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Finnish progressive metal band KEOMA has recently released a new single, “Gaia.” This song serves a double purpose – to get fans excited about...

SONG OF THE DAY: Unleash the Archers – Abyss (Musicalypse Archive)

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Power metal is often a divisive subject for metalheads. While cheese isn't mandatory to the sound, it is ever-present in the genre, to the...

FEATURED SINGLE: Mercury Circle – The Beauty of Agony

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MERCURY CIRCLE is a brand new project by Jaani Peuhu, known for ICONOCRASH and SWALLOW THE SUN. The band is releasing an EP, "The...

FEATURED SINGLE: Humavoid – Aluminum Rain

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Finland is mostly known for its melodic death metal, folk, and symphonic metal bands. Progressive metal, however, is still often unexplored territory, but luckily,...

SONG OF THE DAY: Cory Marks – Drive (Musicalypse Archive)

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Cory Marks. Do you know the name yet? If not, we're still trying our hardest to correct that. Having blown us away with the...

FEATURED SINGLE: Smackbound – Those Who Burn

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With the release of their debut album, “20/20,” right around the corner, Finnish metal band SMACKBOUND have released yet another killer single on YouTube,...

FEATURED SINGLE: Everfrost – Die Young (Kesha cover) (Musicalypse Archive)

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It's no secret at this point that Musicalypse is pretty fond of EVEFROST. With the release of their sophomore album, "Winterider," last year in 2019,...

SONG OF THE DAY: Behemoth – A Forest ft. Niklas Kvarforth...

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Black metal bands rarely put out singles that don't support an upcoming album. let alone cover songs with featuring artists. Yet here we are:...

FEATURED SINGLE: Oceanhoarse – The Damage (Live)

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Finnish heavy metal quartet OCEANHOARSE are soon to release their debut album and have now released a first taste of the album in the...

FEATURED SINGLE: Tyrantti – Aja!

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Ever wondered what would have happened if the NWoBHM burst out in the heart of Finland? Founded in 2016, TYRANTTI is an excellent example...

SONG OF THE DAY: Cory Marks – Devil’s Grin (Musicalypse Archive)

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Having long grown bored of the pop turn that country music artists took in the 2000s, Canadian newcomer Cory Marks has been a breath of...

FEATURED SINGLE: Ember Falls – We Are Become Fire (Musicalypse Archive)

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Following EMBER FALLS as closely as we do, Musicalypse is always first in line to hear their latest releases when they come out. This...

FEATURED SINGLE: Altamullan Road – When It’s Time

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ALTAMULLAN ROAD consists out of two well-known names in the Finnish music industry: Johanna Kurkela and Johanna Iivanainen, who most likely need no introductions....

FEATURED SINGLE: Flat Earth – Draining by Your Flame

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About a week ago, Finnish rock band FLAT EARTH released a lyric video for the single “Draining by Your Flame” from their yet-untitled upcoming...

REVIEW: FIGHTS – Cyanide Car + Death by Fish

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Last year the Norwegian punk group FIGHTS made us very happy with their debut songs and their single, “Asbestos High,” even made it to...