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The Finnish metal band BATTLE BEAST are set to release their fourth studio record titled »Bringer Of Pain«, on February 17th, 2017 through Nuclear Blast Records! Recorded and produced at JKB Studios by keyboardist Janne Björkroth, the 10-track album was...
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The US based symphonic metal band Midnight Eternal’s debut album released in April 2016! Album mixed and mastered by Tommy Hansen [Helloween, Pretty Maids, Jorn] Check them out here: https://www.facebook.com/MidnightEternal/ http://www.midnighteternal.com/...
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UNIVERSAL MIND PROJECT: MORE “THE JAGUAR PRIEST” DETAILS REVEALED We’re proud to present to you the artwork for “The Jaguar Priest”, the upcoming debut album from the progressive metal band UNIVERSAL MIND PROJECT. The artwork was created by Jan Yrlund...
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The Austrian metal band Heathen Foray will release their new album “Into Battle” in April through Massacre Records! Release: 24.4.15 Band link: https://www.facebook.com/HeathenForay (Pre-) Order here: https://heathenforay.bandcamp.com/album/into-battle...
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After a long wait finally a new album by the Munich based power metal originators STORMHAMMER. Their new and 5th album “Echoes of a lost paradise” will hit the stores in June. The album will be released my the German...
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From the Nuclear Blast newsletter: In anticipation of their upcoming new record, Finnish folk metal superstars KORPIKLAANI now reveal the cover artwork of »Noita«. Artwork was done by Jan Yrlund, from Darkgrove Design who has created all the Korpiklaani covers...
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The third album of the Romanian metal band Syn Ze Sase Tri coming out soon: Third and final Opus of the Trilogy from Transilvanian metal warriors Syn Ze Sase Tri, „STAPÎN PESTE STAPÎNI“ is strongly inspired by the bloody myth...
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The German metal band OBSCURITY will release a new album “Vintar” this autumn via the German label Trollzorn/SMP. “Vintar“ consists of the Scandinavian word for winter “vinter“ and the  old German word “wintar”. It is a symbolism of the union...
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