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February 19, 2019

Even through the combustible proceedings of the single releases ‘The Raven Child’ and ‘Moonglow’, the elegantly dramatized Symphonic Power Metal project of outlandish Edguy vocalist Tobias Sammet progresses with the succeeding Avantasia instalment of Moonglow. After releasing both The Metal Opera and the The Metal Opera Part 2 over fifteen years ago, Mr Sammet could never have imagined that he would release six more illustrious episodes of Avanta...

December 4, 2018

Those that are edgily unaware of the legacy of the astral Swedish Power Metal elite Veonity are about to fall through the evocative grasps of mankind and into the solemn hands of the boisterous vikings of Asgard with their jubilant third album release Legend of the StarbornVeonity are gratuitously known for their melodious speedy hooks and their trustworthy rendition of momentous European Power Metal and are ferociously armed and ready to recla...

November 13, 2018

        Darker passages, miles away from any essence of light, Los Angeles’ Progressive Power Metal quintet bring forth a communion of the wicked into the ode of despair with their corrupting sophomore album A Prelude to Sorrow; delivering their dimmest and most un-illuminated Heavy Metal outlet to date. For those consequently unfamiliar with the zealous elite of Witherfall, the band reign superior transposing antago...

April 25, 2017

It’s an exciting time for Cirith Ungol. Making their presence be known recently has given them a presence since their various splits in 1992 and 2001. Since announcing activity in 2015 it only seemed natural to look back on their albums and perhaps offer them again with a bit of an update. This shows the band as almost taking up arms again as if preparing for battle. We may see this lead into new material.

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April 4, 2017

Lamb of God Taking a Break?
It looks like Lamb of God will be taking a break after the end of their Sturm Und Drang tour. Randy Blythe commented: 

"I got out of prison and immediately went on tour, because I had five lawyers and they were just hemorrhaging money like crazy. I went from jail to home to, ten days later, being at Knotfest to home for a month or two, then out on tour with LAMB OF GOD, then back to the Czech Republic to go to trial, fo...

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