Tag Archives: Symphonic Metal

Epica To Stream 10th Anniversary Retrospective Performance Live Online

Dutch symphonic metal band Epica will be performing a special 10th anniversary show this Saturday (March 23, 2013) with a 70-piece Extended Remenyi Ede Chamber Orchestra and the Choir of Miskolc National Theatre for a show that will celebrate ten years of music from the band. The band will be streaming the entire show live

Kamelot Announce North American Headliner Tour

Kamelot have announced a new North American tour which takes place this fall in support of their latest album “Silverthorn.” Delain and Eklipse will support the band on this tour. Kamelot’s Thomas Youngblood stated: “We are really looking forward to getting back to the headliner shows in the US and Canada, along with great support

Metal Review: Visions of Atlantis – Ethera (2013)

Visions of Atlantis CD Review: Ethera Label: Naplam Records By: TJ Fowler Oh Visions of Atlantis(VOA)…where do I even begin with this review?  I have to admit I had never heard of the Austrian symphonic metal band Visions of Atlantis until I volunteered to review their upcoming CD Ethera due out in March. After listening

Dark Moor Enter Studio to Record New Album

Spanish symphonic power metal band Dark Moor have entered the studio to record their 9th full-length release. The new album, which will follow 2010’s Ancestral Romance, will be released in the Spring of 2013. The band commented: “Dark Moor are currently recording their new album with Luigi Stefanini at New Sin Studio, Italy. Here is

Therion – Entire New Album Available For Streaming

Les Fleurs Du Mal, the new album from symphonic metal band Therion is currently streaming online in its entirety here. Les Fleurs Du Mal will see its physical release tomorrow, November 27th, in North America via End of the Light Records. This is the band’s 25th anniversary album and it features covers of French songs.

Metal Review: Tarja – Act 1 (2012)

Tarja Turunen is a unique act and personality. As far as symphonic/goth metal singers go, she has set the bar ridiculously high, and I doubt that anyone could touch her. While not my favorite female vocalist, she is dominant in what she does. Her voice is astounding to say the least (and her looks are

Epica – Release New Video for Storm the Sorrow

Storm the Sorrow, the brand new video from Dutch symphonic metal band Epica has been released. The song is taken from the band’s new album Requiem for the Indifferent, which is out via Nuclear Blast. The video clip was directed by Remko Tielemans. There are not many symphonic metal bands that I like, but I

Epica: Another New Song Online: Monopoly On Truth

Dutch symphonic metal act Epica has been uploading teasers of the new song “Monopoly On Truth” over the past weeks, adding a new layer of music with each upload. Now the final layer has been added and the complete song can be heard in the video below. “Monopoly On Truth” comes off Epica’s new effort

Epica Streaming New Song: Storm The Sorrow

“Storm The Sorrow”, a brand new song from Dutch symphonic metal band Epica is now streaming online. Check it out below. The song is taken from the band’s forthcoming release Requiem for the Indifferent, which will hit stores on March 9th, 2012, via Nuclear Blast. Epica is one of my favorite bands and are one

Metal Review – The Living Fields – Running Out of Daylight (2011)

Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, The Living Fields is a little more than a symphonic metal act with their latest release, Running Out of Daylight. Their latest release is more of an eclectic effort and borders on a hard rock, gothic sounding venture which is a far departure from their previous efforts. This departure can be