Tag Archive: Kamelot

Feb 14

70000 Tons of Metal 2017 – Day 2

It begins! Our first full metal day at sea, starting off with a breakfast in the Windjammer, of course, to fuel up before all the metal madness starts. Considering the daily lineup, it would be a hasty day for me scrambling between the Pool Deck and Alhambra Theater nearly all day long. Starting off the …

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Dec 11

Miguel’s Top 20 albums of 2015 

As every year, we dive into a full year of music to select those albums that in one way or another impacted us the most. This year I personally enjoyed each one of this released at their time they came out, and the majority of them are still in heavy rotation within my iPhone. So …

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May 25

Tommy Karevik of Kamelot discussed touring, Haven, and Seventh Wonder

After three years on and off the road, Kamelot released their 10th studio album, and the second one with Tommy Karevik on vocals. Haven, is an album that continues where Silverthorn left off. Musically is heavy, dark, but also has some bright pieces here and there, lyrically is melancholic, aggressive, and pushes the band’s sound towards …

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Sep 30

Thomas Youngblood & Tommy Kaverik of Kamelot talked with The Age Of Metal

Kamelot‘s consolidation as a top class metal act comes from many years back, their music, their style, their stage presence. All of that makes this band more than legendary. But the consolidation of the beginning of a new era comes with a new vocalist, an epic new album, and a heavy touring schedule. Use Facebook to …

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Dec 28

Miguel’s Top 15 Albums of 2012

  2012 indeed was a great year for metal music. Great bands returned to the spotlight, others put a great effort of make something creative and different. I had great difficulty making this list, it were many great records that were left out that I enjoyed over the course of this year, but i have …

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Oct 24

Kamelot – Silverthorn (2012)

Progressive/power metal outfit Kamelot is back with a new album, a new frontman, and a new attitude. After their long time vocalist Roy Khan left the band in 2010 right after the release of their latest album Poetry For The Poisoned, the band had to take a step back and rethink their next move. After …

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Oct 09

Thomas Youngblood and Oliver Palotai of Kamelot checked in with the Age Of Metal

Last time Kamelot toured North America was in 2011, and they put out a great show at that time, but it was a missing element on the band that made that tour a bit different from other tours, and that was the lack of a permanent singer. A year later the band is touring North …

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Sep 18

Marco Hietala of Nightwish talked Imaginaerum with The Age Of Metal

After 4 years of absence from the world stage Finnish symphonic gothic metal giants, Nightwish returned not only with Imaginaerum, a brilliant new album and a movie, that will be released soon revolving around the album concept, but also with a full world tour that started in Los Angeles, CA at the beginning of the …

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Sep 01

Fabio Lione of Vision Divine & Rhapsody Of Fire checked in with The Age Of Metal

With Labyrinth guitarist Olaf Thorsen and Rhapsody of Fire’s Fabio Lione working together, you can’t expect anything but mind-blowing. Vision Divine has been around since the late 90’s, revolving around it’s melodic approach, production, and musicianship. With the release of their 7th album Destination Set to Nowhere, we had the chance to talk with Fabio …

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Sep 19

Fabio Lione of Rhapsody Of Fire checked in with The Age Of Metal

Last June Italian epic power metal band Rhapsody Of Fire released their last saga album From Chaos To Eternity, also was the last album with the participation of famous actor Christopher Lee (Dracula, Lord Of The Rings) as a storyteller for the band. Unfortunately the band split with guitar player Luca Turilli last August after their …

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Apr 22

The quitting months

It seems that the months of April and May are not good for metal music, last year Peter Steele, Ronnie James Dio & Peter Gray died and left the metal scene in sorrow and pain. now during this week Matt LaPorte guitarist of Jon Olivia’s Pain died in his home, not cause of dead have …

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