Tag: Female Fronted Metal

Mar 13

The Philosophy of Contradition, A conversation with Charlotte Wessels of Delain

It is quite interesting to see how bands progress and develop their sound one album at the time, in the case of Dutch gothic metal act, Delain, they when from being a symphonic project, to flirt with pop and electronic sounds, then back to a more heavy sound that also combines those pop & electronic …

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Nov 07

Metal Female Voices Fest XI review. Wieze, Belgium (11/19-21/13)

I asked myself these questions…. A trip to Europe and specifically Belgium in October?, A chance to hook up with friends I’ve made online over the years, Getting to cover a music festival as both a reporter and photographer?, A music festival billed with nothing but female fronted bands? To these questions and more, I …

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Aug 23

ReVamp – Wild Card (2013)

After three years of silence, the wait is over. The brainchild of vocalist Floor Jansen (ex-After Forever, guess singer for Nightwish) ReVamp has returned with a powerful new record titled Wild Card. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Aug 22

Tarja Turunen talked Colours In The Dark with The Age Of Metal

Colours In The Dark marks the third studio album of Finnish singer and songwriter Tarja Turunen. In this album Tarja shows the diversity of her vocal range and the complexity of her voice, at the same time presents a more personal and intimate approach to her life through her lyrics. Use Facebook to Comment on …

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Sep 29

Camden Cruz of Seven Kingdoms checked in with The Age Of Metal

Seven Kingdoms is a female fronted power metal band from Orlando, Florida that have been around since 2007 and so far had released two studio albums and a new one titled The Fire Is Mine that will be released on October 9th 2012 via Nightmare Records. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Nov 05

Divine Ascension – As The Truth Appears (2011)

Coming from the outbacks of Australia land of titans like AC/DC or heavy metal icons Pegazus. A new promise appears on the horizon, Divine Ascension, a band that don’t have anything to envy to their predecessors, Nightwish, After Forever & Epica. The Australians made their own brew of symphonic progressive female fronted metal. The voice …

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Apr 28

Midnattsol – The Metamorphosis Melody (2011)

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d191/migurozo/midd.jpg After 3 years of absence Norwegian folk metal band Midnattsol returns with The Metamorphosis Melody, an impressive and powerful album that presents a more mature band, and a step forward in the definition of their own sound, more epic than Nordlys (2008) their previous album. But in my opinion a trip to the roots …

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