Tag: Nightwish

Under The Influence #89: Anzeria on “Once” by Nightwish!

The most successful of albums from Finnish Symphonic Metal act Nightwish to date remains tinged in sadness as it was the last to feature vocalist Tarja Turunen. Entitled “Once“, the bands fifth album was released in 2004 after five months spent in four studios in Finland and England and giving rise to the bands biggest

Review: “Thálassa” by Delirant Chaotic Sound

An Alternative Metal band from Milan Italy, Delirant Chaotic Sound were forged in 2011 and took four years to find a stable line up to create the sound that they were looking for. Releasing their debut EP “The Ride Of Thanatos” in 2016 before a pair of stand alone singles, bassist Federico Medana, drummer Davide

NEWS: Chaoseum prepare for their “Second Life”!

Setting a date of 25th September for their sophomore album “Second Life“, Switzerland based Metallers Chaoseum have also shared a music video for single “Stick Under My Skin“. They’re a band who have grown year on year with 2018’s debut “First Step to Hell” being produced by Izakar (Blazing War Machine) while having artwork from

Exclusive Interview: Vesuvian talk “Devotion To Infinity”!

In Seattle Washington a storm has been brewing as members and former members of The Fabled, Ocean of Obsession, Beldom, Igne Irae, Silent Uprising got together to reform brutal Power Metal act Vesuvian who had started out in 2015 with EP “Lahar“. Original member vocalist/lyricist RJ Mitchell remains at the helm of the project and after

Riff Police! Pull Over! #110: Cradle Of Filth Vs Nightwish!

In an interview with Kerrang! Magazine back in October 2006, Cradle Of Filth frontman Dani Filth said of “From The Cradle To Enslave“, the title track from the Suffolk Extreme Metallers 1999 EP “We have to play it at every gig. I’d like to erase it, so I wouldn’t have to play it again. After

Exclusive Interview: Dakesis talk “Fractures”!

At the end of March we reviewed “Fractures” by Birmingham Progressive Power Metallers Dakesis, the third studio album from a band celebrating 12 years together. We had the privilege of being granted an audience with bassist and vocalist Amie Chatterley and drummer Adam Harris to ask a few questions, so this is what they said…

Review: “Fractures” by Dakesis

Progressive Power Metallers Dakesis announced themselves to the World with 2011 debut album “Trial By Fire“, the culmination of three years work having formed in 2008. Vocalist Gemma Lawler, bassist and vocalist Amie Chatterley, guitarist Matt Jones and drummer Adam Harris then made us wait a further 5 years for their sophomore album “New Dawn“,