The year 2000 saw “V: The New Mythology Suite” from Symphony X, a Progressive Metal outfit formed in New Jersey in 1994. A concept album that retells the myth of Atlantis with moments about Ancient Egyptian mythology and Astrology, it marks a continuation of the bands heavier styling while also incorporating moments of classical music.
In April 2019, Belgian Metallers Sentre released a pair of tracks recorded, mixed and mastered by Matthijs Quaars Audio (Spoil Engine, Exhuminate) and then… seemingly disappeared into the wilderness. The tracks were actually recorded in 2018 as Nick Lamote (Vocals), Dries Van Belle (Guitar, backing vocals), Jonas Delbecke (Drums) and Kristof Taveirne (Bass) went in
As Boston Massachusetts Metalcore heroes Killswitch Engage hit Europe, here are a few choice cuts from their set at Melkweg, Amsterdam in The Netherlands! “Unleashed”, “My Last Serenade”, “A Bid Farewell”, “My Curse”, “This Is Absolution” and of course THAT Dio cover “Holy Diver” were all caught on camera! New album and a return to
The man, the myth, the legend. Ronnie James Dio may have been departed now nearly a decade but the much loved man’s status and statue lives on and controversially so with a hologram taking his place at select live shows. Fronting Dio, Heaven & Hell, Black Sabbath, Elf and Rainbow at various points in a
It’s time for some cheese. Written by Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik and recorded at the request of Sylvester Stallone as the theme music for Rocky III, “Eye of the Tiger” is easily the best known song by Survivor. It was nominated for a pair of awards, in 1982 and 1983, narrowly missing out. First
Going 4 for 4, here’s a full set from Killswitch Engage at Hellfest 2018! Pro-Shot in full High Definition and obviously including the singles “My Last Serenade”, “Rose of Sharyn” alongside that Ronnie James Dio cover “Holy Diver”. Who could ask for more from the Metalcore heroes?!
Ronnie James Dio is about as legendary as it gets when it comes to Metal. A hero in his own right and once a member of Black Sabbath to boot, his legend lives on in the form of a touring hologram with his live band. Probably his best known tune is “Holy Diver”, a song