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New Dying Gorgeous Lies single out now

        DYING GORGEOUS LIES post lyric video DYING GORGEOUS LIES’ new single “Fatal Craving” is here, and it comes with a lyric video that’s available for your viewing pleasure on https://youtu.be/Lf9TOGm8ANI It’s the first full single from the upcoming new album “The Hunter And The Prey” that’s …

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Imperia – Flames Of Eternity

It has been a long wait but Imperia finally return with their new album ‘Flames Of Eternity’ This latest Gothic Metal release represents the bands fifth full length album, and the first since 2015’s ‘Tears Of Silence’. Straight away, this record hits you as being one of pure quality, as …

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Miracle Flair announce Russian tour

MIRACLE FLAIR to tour through Russia Modern melodic metal outfit MIRACLE FLAIR introduced their new band members Mimra Valentin (drums) and Christian Deml (bass) earlier this month. Now the quintet announced a tour through Russia, which will kick off on November 29th. All dates are available below!     MIRACLE …

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MIST – Free Me Of The Sun

MIST at last release their Doom filled debut ‘Free Me Of The Sun’, following on from the well received E.P.’s that caught the attention of many a pair of ears Having already played such hallowed events as Bloodstock, Metal Days, Doom Over Malta and others, there can be no question …

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Akoma – Revangels

  January 2017 marks the release of the debut album from Akoma, titled Revangels. And although so early in the calendar, this surely has to be a contender for Symphonic Metal’s album of the year. Remember this bands name, for they are destined for the very top Symphonic, Gothic, Female …

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Draconian – Sovran

          Sweden’s purveyors of Doom return with a stunning follow up to 2011’s “A Rose For The Apocalypse”. Much has happened in the Draconian camp in the intervening four years, the major upheaval of losing long time vocalist Lisa Johansson, the subsequent search for and unveiling …

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Selene – The Forgotten

  Things move incredibly fast in the music world these days, fashions and attitudes change almost on a monthly basis but on the whole, the core values and building blocks of a sub genre in the world of Metal remain, almost, the same. The Symphonic Metal genre being a case …

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Rose Avalon – Northern Strengths

      ‘Northern Strengths’ represents Rose Avalons debut venture into the world of Symphonic Metal, not that you would guess mind, so accomplished an album, that you would swear the Barcelona quintet had been around for many a year. So saturated is the Female Fronted genre, that I approached …

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Heliosaga – Towers In The Distance

      Sometimes, it can be quite a tedious chore, trawling through mountainous seas of music that falls under the vague umbrella of Female Fronted Metal but occasionally, a little gem appears, shining from the gloom, and demanding of a closer inspection. Such a gem fell into my lap …

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EnkElination – Interview at Bloodstock 2014

      The band played the Jager stage on Sunday of this years Bloodstock Festival. Before the set, we discuss the festival in general, current and future plans and more     https://www.facebook.com/enkElination

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ReVamp – Interview with Floor at Bloodstock 2014

        ReVamp took to the main stage on the Sunday of this years Bloodstock Festival, even bringing the sunshine out from behind the clouds mid set. After the show, I was able to have a few minutes with Floor, and discuss the set, current album ‘Wildcard’, the …

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Leaves Eyes to headline MFVF with special set

Hot on the tail of a highly successful U.K. leg of a mammoth World Tour, Leaves Eyes are now confirmed as Headliners for the annual Metal Female Voices Festival held in Belgium on 17th 18th and 19th of October. The band promise a full stage show, with special guests amongst …

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Epica – The Quantum Enigma

“The Quantum Enigma” marks Epica’s sixth studio album release and follows on from last years live “Retrospect” offering. Where as that was by the very nature of the title, a look back at the bands past material, this career defining latest album, is entirely forward thinking, both in its construction …

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ElupiA – Departure

This three track E.P. marks the bands first release since the mini album ‘Wilderness’, which saw the light of day last summer.   I remember remarking then, how technically tight and adept this band were, a trait that has been happily brought forward with this new material. Japan, at the …

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MFVF12 – More Bands Announced

Therion become the first headliner to be announced for this years Metal Female Voices Festival, held at Wieze in Belgium, this year sees the Festivals 12th edition, and as always will feature a wide cross section of genres, all linked together by the female vocal. Visit the official website for …

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Silent Opera – Reflections

    Despite having formative roots growing back to 2007, this is the bands second only full length album, following on, as it does, from 2010’s “Act One”, an album that drew a lot of favourable reviews and comments, in particular, from their home stomping ground of France. So, what …

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Elysion – Someplace Better

      The Gothic Metal band from Greece return with their highly anticipated follow up to 2009’s excellent debut album “Silent Scr3am”. “Someplace Better”, again released through Germany’s Massacre Records label, is without doubt a major step up in class and performance from beginning to end, as good as …

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Madness Of The Night, interviewed

Having had the pleasure of reviewing the duo’s debut album, “The Asgarda” a short time ago, I decided to try and get a better idea of what makes the band tick. If you read just one interview this month, make it this one, we all bemoan the music industry and …

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Coronatus – Recreatio Carminis

  Coronatus return with not one, not two but three, yes that’s right, three female singers. Original vocalist Carmen Loch returning to the fold following a ’family commitments’ break. My initial expectation was that the vocal duties would be split between the girls but no, to their credit, all three …

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Winter Storm – Within The Frozen Design

Follow up album that sees a real step up in class.     Wolverhampton based band Winter Storm return with the follow up to 2010’s well received debut album “Serenity In Darkness”. The music definitely falls into the Dark Gothic category but has a wealth of depth and atmosphere to …

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