Tag: Melodic Metal

Oct 12

Michael Romeo of Symphony X on touring & the impact of Underworld

Since it’s very conception Symphony X has always maintained a strong connection with their fan-base not only through their music, but also on they way they are,  they are just a bunch of nice guys that would talk with anyone. Just last week minutes after the band’s show in Tempe, AZ. I came across with …

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Sep 16

Amorphis – Under The Red Cloud (2015)

Amorphis has been the clear representation of Finnish metal, long before Nightwish and Sonata Arctica appeared on the picture, Amorphis is a band that breaks musical structures with every album they release. From the classics Tales From The Thousand Lakes and Elegy, to the most modern Skyforger and now Under The Red Cloud.  Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Feb 19

Raunchy – Vices. Virtues. Visions. (2015)

Raunchy - Vices. Virtues. Visions.

Denmark’s Raunchy have been bringing fans around the world their own blend of melodic metal for over two decades. Splashes of synth, occasional crumbs of EDM (Electronic Dance Music) tossed into the mix, coupled with infectiously catchy vocal hooks, has allowed the group to create a well-established foothold within the overcrowded melodic metal universe. It’s …

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Jan 17

Sylosis – Dormant Heart (2015)

Sylosis truly deserves to be bigger than they currently are –  and they will get there sooner than later if they continue producing albums like Dormant Heart! This is their heaviest and darkest album to date,  being the 4th CD released since the band signed on to Nuclear Blast Records in 2007, front man, Josh …

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Nov 28

Parker Jameson of Starkill talked to us about Virus Of The Mind

Chicago native melodic metallers Starkill released last month one of the best albums of 2014. Virus Of The Mind, had on it the perfect mix between the influences of this young quartet, and the sound that they are creating on their own. Besides releasing the album, they when on a little North American tour with …

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Sep 19

Amaranthe – Massive Addictive (2014)

Amaranthe has grown up as a driven force in the metal scene with their particular sound that combines pop music, elements of Eurodance, and melodic metal. They had taken the world of metal by surprised during their last 4 years, their last album, The Nexus reached # 6 in the Swedish charts, # 4 in …

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Sep 23

Matt Smith of Theocracy Speaks with The Age of Metal at the DeLand Festival in DeLand, Florida

Theocracy is one of those bands that evolved drastically. Starting as a one-man project to the power metal mecca that it is today, that fact alone is sure to be an eye-opener. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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