A long time we had to wait for the follow-up of “Vol.4” but now it has finally seen the light of day. “Where Angels Fear” is the long awaited fifth album of the Finnish band Lullacry. They took their time this time and didn´t let anyone put pressure on them. What came out was an album that is unusually poppy, so are heavyness or ... more/mehr
Hundred Light Years
You think that In Flames went way too far into Pop, and also the last Soilwork release wasn´t quite a bulls eye? On “cold turkey” because of a Saukkonen-sound addiction, but it might take a while until his new project Wolfheart enters the market, after he buried all his bands? Well, no reason to fall into depression, as long as there ... more/mehr
Walking on a Flashlight Beam
Mariusz Duda, vocalist of the Polish band Riverside, has presented another solo album of his project Lunatic Soul: after three previous albums ("Impressions", "Lunatic Soul I", "Lunatic Soul II") follows here the "Walking On A Flashlight Beam".
Once again the listener will be captured by dark, spherical ambient ... more/mehr
Lyriel, from Gummersbach/Germany, have been active since 2003 and their first both releases "Prisonworld" (2005) and "Atumntales" (2006) received predominantly positive resonances. The positive aspects in the sound of the seven are that all current genres look too narrow. A hard-rocking foundation, with some metallic moments, combined ... more/mehr
L´ Ame Immortelle
Auf Deinen Schwingen
L´ Ame Immortelle are well-known for their sophisticated, soft but also powerful works and gained a reputation beyond the Gothic scene.
This year the Austrians celebrate their 10-year-anniversary and present with the album “Auf Deinen Schwingen” the absolute climax of their career.
The duo left behind their originally ... more/mehr
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