Tag Archive: Gothic Metal

Nov 16

Devilment – Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes (2016)

Devilment surprises greatly with their sophomore album Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes as it comes across as a heavier and darker album than their album debut The Great and Secret Show. It seems that the influence of Dani‘s dark and twisted mind finally caught up with Devilment as the album is just a dark tale …

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Nov 01

Dani Filth discusses Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes

Witch county innovators Devilment are returning to the international spotlight with a new album titled; Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes. This eleven track album from which the last two songs are bonus tracks (The Seductive Poison & Father Dali) can be considered as the most dark and extreme material the band have released so far. …

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Aug 26

Delain – Moonbathers (2016)

There are some albums out there that impact upon your life in a very  singular way, some of their lyrics speak to you and for an odd reason, they reflect on what is going in your life at that very moment. Delain‘s new album Moonbathers is that kind of album for me at this moment. …

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Aug 22

Martijn Westerholt of Delain discussed Moonbathers

Moonbathers is Delain‘s 5th studio album and by far the heaviest record they have released as to date. Moonbathers‘s continues where The Human Contradiction left off. Even though the sound is quite similar we must argue that this new album has more punch and more aggressiveness as guitar players Timo Somers and new guitar player Merel …

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Aug 15

Seven Heads Ten Horns – The Foreshadowing (2016)

The Foreshadowing has dropped a new album called Seven Heads Ten Horns, and while being worthwhile listen it definitely has some room to explore improvements. A gothic doom metal band hailing from Rome, Italy they are somewhat new to the game only officially starting in 2005 with their full-length debut. I felt the 80s’ and …

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Jul 08

Charlotte Wessels & Timo Somers of Delain talked Hellfest & Moonbathers

Hellfest was a great experience that changes your view of what a real metal festival is, not only the environment, the people, and all the art that the Hellfest organization has put into the Clisson Hellfest grounds, there is the lineup and the artist you get to see. This year we were pleased to see Delain once …

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May 16

Andrea Ferro of Lacuna Coil discussed touring, food and 70000 Tons of Metal (Part II)

Delirium, the new album from Italian gothic metal outfit Lacuna Coil is set to be released on May 27th via Century Media Records, in the meantime, the band is on a North American tour promoting the record. They recently played at the Marquee Theater in Tempe, AZ. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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May 13

Andrea Ferro of Lacuna Coil discussed the new album Delirium (Part I)

Lacuna Coil‘s is about to released their new studio album titled Delirium, currently, the band is touring North America promoting the album. This album not only is the heaviest record that they have released so far but it also introduces their fan base to a more fresh sound opening the doors to a new era in …

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May 03

Klas Bohlin of Beseech on the new album My Darkness, Darkness

Beseech is a Swedish gothic metal band that has been around since the early 90’s and is considered in some circles as one of the first pioneer bands in the genre along with The Gathering and The 3rd and The Mortal. They are even contemporaries with Nightwish‘s early beginnings. After 10 years and 5 studio …

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Mar 21

Martijn Westerholt of Delain discussed Lunar Prelude & 70000 Tons of Metal

Delain is a band that has won the minds and hearts of crowds around the United States, whether is their music, their message, their stage presence, or perhaps that faithfulness in the American market that keep them coming back every year since their first US tour in 2013. This year they came back to AZ …

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Feb 04

Delain – Lunar Prelude EP (2016)

Since I discovered Delain back in 2007 they have fascinated me on both the studio and live form. Their sound has changed since Lucidity as with every record they just push themselves forward and forward surpassing expectations with every album they release.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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