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MFVF 2016 – Sunday

First up today were Mercy Isle, a band with a mix of European and American members.  They play a mix of rock and symphonic metal – which sounds like a slightly odd mix, but it works very well.  Keyboard player Joop de Rooij is no stranger to MFVF having played …

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Metal Female Voices Fest 2014 – Friday

Friday night saw fans from around the world gathering at the Oktoberhallen in Wieze just outside the Belgian town of Aalst for a weekend of female fronted metal bands. As always the lineup had plenty of variety, from symphonic metal to Japanese metal, to Thrash, a Doom and more.  MFVF …

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MFVF announces details of the Friday night special event

After the success of the Eve’s Apples performances at recent MFVFs, this year sees a new collaboration for the Friday night.  Metal Female Voices United will gather 7 singers on stage who will perform their favourite cover songs. The artists performing are Ailyn Giminex (Sirenia), Maxi Nil (Jaded Star and …

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Tristania, Kells, Sarah Jezebel Deva & Soundstorm – Camden Underworld, 17/09/2012

Very soon after the doors opened, the first band took to the stage – “Sound storm” from Italy.  Despite having a male singer and a female singer, it quickly became clear that the female singer was going to play little part in the performance.  To be honest apart from some …

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Out of the Dark, Sunday 9 October – Islington Academy, London

Out of the Dark, Sunday 9 October – Islington Academy, London.  Review by Rowena Lamb, photos and some additional reviewing by Ant May. As the days get shorter, the appropriately named Out of the Dark festival arrived in London bringing with it five great bands – Tristania, Van Canto, Serenity, …

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Interview with Mariangela Demurtas – Tristania, London 9/10/11

Planetmosh reporter Ant May spoke briefly to Tristania singer Mariangela Demurtas shortly before they performed at the Out of the Dark festival at the Islington academy in London on 9th October. Planetmosh: Your last album, Rubicon came out last year.  Have you started work on your next album yet? Mariangela: …

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