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Monthly Archive: June 2011

Jun 21

Alestorm – Back Through Time (2011)

Scottish pirate metallers Alestorm make their pillage bigger with their fourth studio album Back Through Time, that from the first riff it sounds like Davy Jones was in charge of the music arrangements, and the album were the very own Flying Dutchman powerful and fierce. Back Through Time is the track that opens the album …

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Jun 19

In Flames – Sounds Of A Playground Fading (2011)

The masters of Swedish melodic death metal In Flames returned, with a new album Sounds Of A Playground Fading, with a retrospective style that reminds the sound used in Clayman (2000) their 5th studio album. Of course with some changes in sound and the use of electronic elements in a higher scale. is also important …

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Jun 08

Hammerfall – Infected (2011)

Power metal bands are regularly associated with tales of knights, kings and epic battles but Swedish metallers Hammerfall had change that with their new release titled Infected, a concept album where the characters are zombies, a horde of undead that ramble free around the tracks of the album. Infected opens with Patient Zero a song …

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Jun 08

Arch Enemy – Khaos Legions (2011)

Gothenburg Melodic metallers Arch Enemy returned after two years of absence with Khaos Legions, an album that like its name show, is a revolution call against the system and the order already established, without the need to carry a political message, Arch Enemy under the lead of the beautiful but strong Angela Grossow and the …

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Jun 06

Carmen & Birgit of Midnattsol checked in with The Age Of Metal

A couple of weeks ago we had the oportunity to talk with Carmen Elise Espenæs (voice) and Birgit Öllbrunner (bass) of Folk Nordic metal band Midnattsol, that just released their new album The Metamorphosis Melody, and this is what they told us. AOM: Hello Carmen and Birgit, thank you for access to this interview with The Age …

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