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REVIEW: Blackbriar – The Cause of Shipwreck

The Dutch metal scene is notorious for its symphonic metal bands, each one more original and interesting than the last. Following in the footsteps...

REVIEW: Dark Horse | White Horse – EP: Dark Horse |...

The metal world knows Marcela Bovio from her days with STREAM OF PASSION, her collaborations with AYREON, like “Ayreon Universe” and “Electric Castle Live...

REVIEW: Averlanche – Life’s Phenomenon

AVERLANCHE is a new and colorful apparition on the Finnish metal scene. The band was formed in Helsinki in early 2017 when German vocalist...

REVIEW: Arion – Vultures Die Alone

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

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

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

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

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...

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

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...

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

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

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

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

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

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)

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)

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)

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

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