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Korpiklaani - Kulkija

Korpiklaani and Fleret offers us Bír Bír

The band is about to kick off an 8-show Australian & New Zealand run with Troldhaugen but before the sextet continues their current touring cycle with a North American co-headline tour with their label mates in Eluveitie in September/October, Korpiklaani will perform a string of European festival gigs.

Crazy Lixx – Forever Wild

Some people say that bands should try to make new stuff, break walls and take music forward. And there might be some truth to that. But also, it sure is nice with dependable bands who always give you what you want too.

Batushka - Hospodi

“Polunoszcznica” is the first single from upcoming Batushka album “Hospodi”

Named after an Old Church Slavonic word for “God,” “Hospodi” enhances all the unique qualities that made the band such an instant phenomenon, while offering an entirely distinct and fresh sensory experience. The album boasts the most ferocious and bewitching songs the band has penned to date – along with a newfound sense of rock swagger.

Slipknot - We Are Not Your Kind

“We Are Not Your Kind” claims the “Unsainted” Slipknot!

Slipknot has now announced details of their long-awaited sixth LP, “We Are Not Your Kind”, to be released August 9th through Roadrunner Records. “Unsainted” is the album’s first single. Directed by the band’s own M. Shawn Crahan, the “Unsainted” video, and the track itself, offer a glimpse at the future of one of rock’s most popular, and deeply enigmatic bands.

Majestica - Above The Sky

Majestica’s Night Call Girl is single!

“‘Night Call Girl’ is a huge tribute to the 80’s metal we grew up with. It’s a mix between Gary Moore, Rick Springfield, Europe and Journey. The lyrics are all about the classical catch phrases they used in those days and it has one of the best “sing along” choruses on the album. Power metal doesn’t go far away from 80’s metal so that’s why we felt that this tribute to our 80’s hair metal heroes fits great on »Above The Sky«.”

Mind Key

Mind Key finds “Hate at First Sight”

“We all had a metal/hard rock/prog backgrounds, but we felt that our playing style was changing towards a more direct and concise approach,” says Lucio Grilli. “And our way to conceive the songs was influenced as well. In addition to that, we were also looking for something more suitable for Aurelio’s powerful voice, something closer to rock/metal to fully let his voice be heard. It’s more natural for us to talk about MK simply as a melodic metal band than a prog metal one.”

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