Tag Archive: Dutch Metal

Jul 10

Ardek of Carach Angren discussed the band’s new album Dance and Laugh Amongst The Rotten

Dutch Horror Metal masters, Carach Angren, released their fifth full-length album entitled, Dance and Laugh Amongst The Rotten, through Season of Mist on June 16th. Since then, they have performed at Nummirock in Finland, and With Full Force Festival in Germany, unleashing some of their new songs onstage. We had the pleasure to chat with keyboardist, …

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Jun 26

Dianne van Giersbergen discussed the US tour and Theater of Dimensions

German/Dutch quintet Xandria recently finished their first ever US Headlining tour, a tour that took them to revisit places they played along with Sonata Arctica and Delain back in 2014, and to discovered new cities and fans across the US. It was a risky move to headline a tour in the US after their first …

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Jun 08

Carach Angren – Dance And Laugh Amongst The Rotten (2017)

Dutch masters of horror, Carach Angren, have been releasing gruesomely haunting music for nearly 15 years now. From the 2004 demo, The Chase Vault Tragedy, up to the 2015 full-length, This is no Fairytale, Dennis Droomers and the two Wijers brothers, gave the world their own brutal twist on original stories and events through Symphonic Black Metal, …

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Mar 07

Caroline Westendorp of The Charm The Fury discussed new album and band’s origins.

Meet Amsterdam’s new metal revelation band, The Charm The Fury. They are about to release their second studio album and the first with Nuclear Blast Records. The Sick, Dumb & Happy. To understand more about the band’s origin story, the album and the metal scene in Amsterdam, we spoke with their vocalist Caroline Westendorp. Use Facebook to …

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Mar 02

The Charm The Fury – The Sick, Dumb & Happy 2017

Nuclear Blast Records and Arising Empire have teamed up and are pushing hard for up and coming metalcore band, The Charm The Fury. Hailing from the Netherlands, The Charm The Fury is persistently growing in popularity all throughout  Europe.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Sep 29

Ardek of Carach Angren discussed US tour, new video and orchestration work.

Carach  Angren has rapidly become a very successful band in North America since they toured the continent for the first time a few years ago. Their stage presence and their unique eerie type of sound make every show not only a good metal show, but it also becomes a whole shocking visual experience. Currently, Carach Angren is back on …

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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 25

Mark Jansen of Epica discussed The Holographic Principle

Epica‘s 7th studio album The Holographic Principle will be released on September 30th via Nuclear Blast Records. The album continues the scientific trail that inspired their latest album The Quantum Enigma (2014), this time around the idea behind the album is the virtual reality theory which questions whether our current reality is some kind of virtual reality on …

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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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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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Mar 09

Clemens Ardek of Carach Angren discussed touring, composing & 70000 Tons Of Metal.

Carach Angren is in the process to become the biggest ghoulish band out there, following the example of the black metal bands in the 90’s that imposed the use of corpse paint, and combining that with their horror symphonic metal style, Carach Angren had taken it to a next level where the music is so entwined with their …

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