One of the guitarists of Omnium Gatherum, Markus Vanhala, also plays guitar in Insomnium – and I have to say I am totally impressed by him. He never drops his energy, he is just completely present in every moment of both shows. Amazing.
On March 27 Ayreon will release “Electric Castle Live And Other Tales”. This release is a 3 LP/2CD+DVD/BD set of last year’s spectacular live performance of the third Ayreon album “Into The Electric Castle”.
German trash metal veterans Kreator will release a new live set, “London Apocalypticon – Live At The Roundhouse”, on February 14, 2020 via Nuclear Blast. The effort was professionally filmed and recorded on December 16, 2018 at the Roundhouse in London, England.
Nightwish have launched a video for “Slaying The Dreamer”, off their upcoming live release “Decades: Live In Buenos Aires”.
There is something about this Norwegian progressive black metal band that just gets to me every time I hear them. And there is no difference this time around.
At least not from the beginning.
And then suddenly the awesome Richard Marks kicks of a bass solo, which transcends into a powerful teamwork with drums and bass – and Joseph Zapanatis drops a drum stick in the middle, but still manages to keep the beat going.
And it’s all such a shame. Because the songs are actually good and there is competence and talent in this band, but the sharpness in the mix – and the volume that is also too loud, just steals the attention.
I mean, this is great. Really great! It’s the best live album I’ve heard in years and years, probably since Halford – Live Insurrection (2001), and I love every single thing about it! An eight star review is just too weak, this must have nine stars! And so it is!
After releasing the remixed and remastered versions of their first seven studio records, Blind Guardian recently started the pre-order for their next and final three re-issues, “The Forgotten Tales”, “Tokyo Tales” and “Live”. Now the band has revealed a new history episode for their re-issue of “The Forgotten Tales”.
The backdrop in the shape of giant church windows with Ghost history in them if you looked closely, was stylish, the big stairs from the top of the stage to the floor was great. It let the Ghouls have their own kind of stage show but without taking focus from Cardinal Copia
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