Moonlight Haze is a symphonic power metal band founded in 2018 by Chiara Tricarico and Giulio Capone, both former members of the Italian modern metal band Temperance.The band soon grew into a group of talented and experienced musicians, of members who were from Elvenking, Sound Storm, Teodasia and Overtures...
With a name like Wet Dreams, what kind of sound would you have? Death By Unga Bunga frontman, Sebastian Ulstad Olsen, fronts this side project with songs that he didn’t know what to do with. The songs grew into a fast and scruffy EP, released in the summer of 2017 – and now the self-titled debut album is finally here.
Olso’s own Beaten to Death's formation began in 2010 by guitarists Martin Rygge, Tommy Hjelm, and drummer Christian Svendsen who are all experienced musicians, and with completing the line-up by adding bassist Mika Martinussen and vocalist Anders Bakke to the mix, the band was now set to creating grindcore music.
Making its debut with the full length “The forgotten song” is Bulgarian atmospheric gothic metal band Aegonia. Formed in 2011 by Elitsa Stoyanova and Nikolay Nikolov, the band describes their music as fantasy metal with folklore influence.
Dead City Crown is a melodic death metal band founded in April 2014 by guitarist/composer Fabio Sisco, vocalist/lyricist Carl Conquest and bassist Erick Hugo. Their mission: to create heavy and melodic music influenced by various Scandinavian metal bands.
Spinning tales of epic wars and heroic battles, Swiss metal band Septris have made their debut with the independently released full length “Legacy”, which comes only a few months after the release of the EP “Warriors” (December 2018).
Ripping out of Gatineau, Canada, Fractures & Outlines are a post hardcore band with influences ranging from Silverstein, No Use For A Name and Killswitch Engage. The band came together in 2014 and work tirelessly planting their feet in the local underground music scene.
Emerald Shine's journey began in 2013 when composer and songwriter, Lenka "Leena" Jašková, started to write atmospheric heavy music inspired by fantasy stories. In 2013, she managed to bring the first line-up of musicians together.
Swedish hard rockers Crazy Lixx are back with another sleaze metal gem that harkens back to the best of ‘80s rock, while also keeping a foot planted in the 21st century. “Forever Wild” further cements Crazy Lixx as one of the leaders of the Scandinavian led ‘80s hard rock revival.
Bringing the heat of the Tunisian desert to the metal scene, Myrath’s star is definitely rising higher and higher in the musical firmament. Started as a progressive metal band with some oriental influences in 2001, Myrath has been on an upward trajectory since the release of their debut album “Hope” in 2007.
Temple of the Stars is the new band of finish multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Tobias Tåg, whose debut album, titled “Nightspirit”, came out on May 10 via Inverse Records. The album was written and recorded by Tobias Tåg and co-produced and managed by Mathias Lillmåns.
Formed in 2005 by veteran bassist Skot Thompson and drummer Jesse Bartz, who were joined in 2007 by vocalist Jeff Martin, Lo-Pan has so far released three albums, and have established themselves as one of the most promising bands to hail from the American Midwest.
Formed by Kvelertak drummer Kjetil Gjermundrød and his brothers Espen and Inge, along with childhood friend Andreas Espolin Johnson, Norway’s Tempel promises to slay straight from the outset. While the band’s visual profile and music presents the band as a dark entity...
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