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Amaranthe – The Catalyst (Album Review)

Over the last decade, few modern Metal acts have achieved the success of Sweden’s Amaranthe. Not an overnight success, it has been a steady build to the top for the band; first attracting audiences with their 2011 self-titled debut, leading to an explosion of international ... Read More
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Therion – Leviathan III (Album Review)

Out of Sweden, Therion is one of the most influential Symphonic Metal bands around. With a history that dates back over 35 years in other formations, many would argue that Therion laid the groundwork for what others did with Symphonic and more Operatic Metal stylings ... Read More
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Soen – Memorial (Album Review)

Over the last decade the Swedish band Soen has paved their own path in the Metal world. A band with origins that date back to 2004, but did not official form until 2010, they were founded by then Opeth Drummer Martín López, along with Sadus ... Read More

In Flames – Foregone (Album Review)

Titans of Melodic Death Metal, kings of the legendary Gothenburg Metal scene, In Flames return with Foregone, their first new collection in four years, which is slated to arrive on Friday, February 10, 2023, thanks to Nuclear Blast. Three decades is nothing to laugh at ... Read More

Soilwork – Övergivenheten (Album Review)

Born a Swedish Melodic Death Metal outfit but now so much more, Soilwork delivered their twelfth album, Övergivenheten, on Friday, August 19, 2022, thanks to Nuclear Blast. Formed in 1995, in Helsingborg, Sweden, Soilwork knows plenty about writing, recording, and touring the globe. From their ... Read More