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REVIEW: Arion – Vultures Die Alone

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The success behind Finnish power metal act ARION knows no limits, with both their 2014 debut and 2018 sophomore release earning them nominations for...

(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: Sirenia – Riddles, Ruins & Revelations

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Norwegian symphonic/Gothic metal outfit SIRENIA has been a well-established value in the scene for quite some time now. Founded back in 2001 by allrounder...

REVIEW: Heart Healer – The Metal Opera by Magnus Karlsson

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Collaborations in the metal scene are common occurrences, from a neat featuring on a song to full albums comprised of guest artists (see AVANTASIA,...

Interview Phantom Elite – “It’s always good to share that feeling...

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In a revamped line-up and with new wind in their collective sails following a deal with Italian label Frontiers Music, Dutch/Brazilian metal combo ...

REVIEW: Epica – Omega

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EPICA truly has become a household name in the worldwide symphonic metal scene. After the release of the in 2016 released "The Holographic Principle,"...

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...

REVIEW: Phantom Elite – Titanium

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After a wonderful debut in 2017 with “Wasteland” and landing a multi-album deal with Frontiers Music in 2019, PHANTOM ELITE are getting ready to...

My Quarantine Albums

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Despite being an awful year with restrictions, quarantines, cancellations, and all types of health care regulations that have deeply affected the touring schedule of...

REVIEW: Eleine – Dancing in Hell

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ELEINE is a Swedish symphonic metal band that has been around since 2014. In these six years, the band - fronted by alternative model...

(2000) Within Temptation – Mother Earth: Anniversary Special

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Do you remember the golden days of MTV? Known for sharing music videos of all sorts, one of the bands that many youngsters heard...

REVIEW: Leaves’ Eyes – The Last Viking

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Symphonic metal outfit LEAVES’ EYES is well known for its forays into Viking culture, having released a number of albums on this theme, most...

REVIEW: Memoira – Carnival of Creation (Musicalypse Archive)

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Creativity is the hellish gift of conjuring dreams into reality. It's a battle with demons, but luckily we survive in reasonable condition... most of...

5.9.2020 Behemoth: In Absentia Dei Livestream @ Pisarzowice (Musicalypse Archive)

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During this coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen quite a few bands broadcast live streams from a wide variety of locations. We’ve seen empty barns, rehearsal...

REVIEW: Kamelot – I Am the Empire (Live from the 013)

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After three highly praised records with Swedish vocalist Tommy Karevik, the time has come for symphonic power metal icon KAMELOT to put out a...

(2000) Nightwish – Wishmaster: Anniversary Special

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Rivers of ink have flowed covering the fascinating topic that is NIGHTWISH and their brand of symphonic power metal that took the world by...

REVIEW: Damnation Angels – Fiber of Our Being

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British symphonic power metal outfit DAMNATION ANGELS have been around since 2006, with two highly acclaimed releases under their belt, “Bringer of Light” (2012)...

REVIEW: Dark Sarah – Grim (Musicalypse Archive)

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For fans of Gothic metal and strong sopranos, Dark Sarah may not be a new name. Having already released three concept albums following the story...

REVIEW: Dark Sarah – Grim

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My most sincere apologies go out to all the information technology startups, but it is a cold, hard fact that cinematic, orchestral metal is...