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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...

REVIEW: Damnation Angels – Fiber of Our Being

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)

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

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

REVIEW: Beyond the Black – Hørizøns (Musicalypse Archive)

BEYOND THE BLACK first came to our attention when vocalist Jennifer Haben acted as guest vocalist on tour with KAMELOT in 2018. Having enjoyed...

REVIEW: Beyond the Black – Hørizøns

In just a few short years, German symphonic metal outfit BEYOND THE BLACK, led by talented vocalist Jennifer Haben, have conquered not only the...

REVIEW: Illumishade – Eclyptic: Wake of Shadows

Side-projects give us a glimpse into the artistic and creative world of musicians, a world that they might not be able to explore fully...

Interview with Within Temptation — “The main thing we love doing...

Dutch symphonic metal act WITHIN TEMPTATION recently released a new single, "Entertain You." We had the chance to talk to singer Sharon Den Adel...

Interview with Conception – “We believe our songs will inevitably find...

We had the pleasure of talking to Roy Khan and Tore Østby about CONCEPTION’s new album, “State of Deception,” the meaning behind the title...

REVIEW: Nightwish – HUMAN. :II: NATURE.

I believe I was twelve years old when I first heard “Nemo,” the song that introduced me to the world of NIGHTWISH. A lot of things have...

REVIEW: Ad Infinitum – Chapter I: Monarchy

Swiss metal band AD INFINITUM, led by versatile vocalist Melissa Bonny, have released their debut album “Chapter I: Monarchy” on 3 April 2020, via...

REVIEW: Conception – State of Deception

Norwegian metal band CONCEPTION are about to release their fifth studio album, “State of Deception,” the follow-up to the highly acclaimed EP, “My Dark...

Interview with Lost in Grey — “Everyone should get a little...

Symphonic Metal band LOST IN GREY has finished an eventful 2019 and was quite busy during the first months of 2020 as well. They've...

REVIEW: Velvet Ocean – Purposes and Promises

VELVET OCEAN is a fresh band emerging from Northern Finland, hailing from Oulu, which also birthed internationally acclaimed bands such as KALMAH and CATAMENIA....

SONG OF THE DAY: Nightwish – Noise (Musicalypse Archive)

The Finnish symphonic metal giants of NIGHTWISH have been taking the world by storm since they joined forces with legendary Dutch vocalist Floor Jansen...

REVIEW: Delain – Apocalypse & Chill

In my teenage years, the Dutch symphonic metal act DELAIN definitely played a big role. Their debut album "Lucidity" includes some of my all-time...

REVIEW: Visions of Atlantis – Wanderers

With a brand new lineup, VISIONS OF ATLANTIS, released their album "The Deep & The Dark", after a five-year gap. The band is already...

REVIEW: Elusion – Singularity

I recently got my hands on the first full-length album by Belgian Gothic/Symphonic Metal act ELUSION, and I felt like this is one of...

FEATURED SINGLE: Everfrost – Cold Night Remedy

It's time for the featured single again, and boy have we got something fun in store for you... The first time we saw EVERFROST live,...