Tag Archive: Gothic Metal

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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Oct 27

Draconian – SOVRAN (2015)

Draconian is one of the few bands that had keep their musical style constant since they formed back in 1994. The gothic /doom metal scene had its peak in the late 90’s and slowly started to decrease and transform in the early 2000’s. The whole concept of the beauty & the beast vocals changed for …

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Jun 01

Nick Holmes of Paradise Lost discussed The Plague Within

Paradise Lost is releasing their 14th studio album titled The Plague WIthin, and after 27 years of great music this English gentlemen still on top of their game, the album is a bomb of doomy, melancholic, and gothic goodness from beginning to end. The album itself reflects the band’s maturity, and at the same time it …

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May 27

Paradise Lost – The Plague Within (2015)

For the last 27 years Paradise Lost have become one of the main contributors to the gothic metal sound, they were there when all started, side by side with Type O Negative, Tiamat, Moonspell, and so on. They are the reason many of us love this genre, and embrace darkness, melancholy and sorrow just as …

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May 12

Charlotte Wessels of Delain on touring North America, new music, and guesting on the new Kamelot album

Currently Delain is finishing their third North American tour in three consecutive years, something that gradually for their fan base it had become some sort of tradition (yes, we would love to have them in 2016 too, let’s hope that happens). But since their first tour in 2013, Delain had played decent size venues across …

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May 04

Fernando Ribeiro of Moonspell discussed the new album Extinct & the 20th anniversary of Wolfheart

After more than 20 years of musical career Moonspell continues delivering top A studio albums, and live performances. Last March they released their new album Extinct. A ten track album that shines from beginning to end, and that presents a new face of the Moonspell trademark sound. Along with the album, Moonspell is currently touring North America …

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Mar 05

Moonspell – Extinct (2015)

Three years after their release of their 9th studio album, the dark lords of Portugal return with their 10th studio album titled, Extinct. Talk about Moonspell is talk about one of the most important bands of gothic metal since the genre was forged more than 20 years ago. In fact they were there when that …

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Oct 09

Dianne Van Giersbergen of Xandria talks about Sacrificium & Touring North America

Since the release of their new album Sacrificium at the beginning of the year, and the incorporation of Dianne Van Giersbergen as new vocalist last year, Xandria seems to have gained new strength and a new character as a band, this new spirit within the band had taken them to join Sonata Arctica and Delain on a …

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