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I remember the first time I heard Children of Bodom in 2008 (I was late to the COB party), the song was Blooddrunk, not their best offering I openly admit this, but I was hooked, and have been since then. Children of Bodom have a devoted following and a lot of the criticism of them [...]
Immolation have unveiled the name and release date of their ninth full length album, the follow up to 2010′s Magesty and Decay. Kingdom of Conspiracy will be released in the UK via Nuclear Blast Records on 13th May. Recorded at Sound Studios in the band’s native New York, the death metal legends have once again [...]
In anticipation of their upcoming album, The Living Infinite, Swedish visionary metallers Soilwork have posted the second teaser album trailer. Singer Björn ‘Speed’ Strid and fellow bass player Ola Flink got together at Nuclear Blast HQ to discuss every track of the extensive release which combines ‘old school Soilwork’ and even a few ‘unexpected turns’: [...]
After 18 years of existence Hammerfall are still as hungry as ever, and are back to try once again to spread their music (or as numerous Nuclear Blast promos are going to call it ‘the infection’) to the masses once again. After 8 albums many bands are very much set in their ways and can [...]
Finnish melancholic dark rock/metal icons AMORPHIS just released the video clip for the bands hit single “You I Need“ You I Need“ is taken from the bands forthcoming album „The Beginning Of Times“, which is set to be released May 27, 2011! Read our review of the album HERE. “The word epic is far too [...]
Today we are proud to present you “TORNADO”, another song from our forthcoming album “From Chaos To Eternity”, a new appetizer before you can taste the whole last chapter of the fantasy cycle started with out first release “Legendary Tales” in the far 1997. You can listen to it from our website’s player under www.rhapsodyoffire.com [...]
Albums like this really don’t come along too often. In an age where music is so easily accessible and consequentially disposable, it is rare to find an album that will bully its way into your eardrums, kicking out any other bands vying for your attention. Way back when, I would buy an album which would [...]