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Tripping Horse are the attempt to rock and to ´stone´ , but this one does not succeed. Of course the guitars are smashing, but that is not enough for a good record.
According to their label that now re-released the record, the band got good reviews in various metalmagazines and looks back on a tour in Guatemala.
The four ... more/mehr
„Virtual Crime“ is the third album from Slovakian band Tristana. Even though I haven´t heard from the band so far, they apparently opened for genre big names, like Paul DiAnno, Blaze Bayley and the Scorpions. The band has been around since the turn of the millenium but they went through a longer break when the band´s singer left ... more/mehr
At a time when female soprano singing combined with lots of epic influences is thriving, it seems almost impossible to avoid these influences, without ending up as a lemming. Almost... Tristania proves that it can be done differently. Gothic Metal without too much heart-ache and romance, dripping with corniness. No, with Ashes the ... more/mehr
Many changes throughout the past years almost meant the end for this band but it seems that they are now back on track and found the right recipe to strengthen the band. With Kjetil Nordhus and Mariangela Demurtas, the band finally seems to have left the troubled waters. Vocal-wise, the lively Italian and the tall North man are complementing ... more/mehr
The Delphic Doctrine
TRISTWOOD – this is a symbiosis of sinister Death Metal and dancable electronic beats whit synth. Sounds like “No Way!”? Right, but still it isn´t! That mixture works out fine, surprisingly. Tristwood could be played at any dark-sound crossover-party and attract Wave-Electro fans as well as Death Metal heads. They have the potential ... more/mehr