heavy metal

Primal Fear announces Fall 2020 European Headlining Tour

The End is Near” - German metal commandos Primal Fear are currently putting the finishing touches to their 13th studio album, which will be released via Nuclear Blast later this year.

Today, the group is pleased to announce a European headline tour, including a show at London venue The Dome, during which they’ll be presenting some new tracks to their fan base across Europe. 

Enzo And The Glory Ensemble to release new studio album “In the Name of the World Spirit” on March 27th 2020

Following up the previous albums “In the Name of the Father” and “In the Name of the Son”, composer Enzo Donnarumma teamed up once again with Gary Wehrkamp (Shadow Gallery) for the production of the new record entitled “In the Name of the World Spirit”.

DragonForce announces March 2020 US Headlining Tour

This past September, DragonForce unleashed their eighth full-length, “Extreme Power Metal”, via Metal Blade Records.

In support of its release, the band will head out on the road next month in Europe, before touring the US with Unleash The Archers and Visions Of Atlantis. Both of these treks will see Alicia Vigil (Vigil Of War) handling bass and backing vocals for the band.

Mindtech to release new studio album “Omnipresence” on March 13th 2020

Mindtech have set to release their new album “Omnipresence” on March 13th, 2020, via TriTech Music.

The new album features eight heavy tracks with great melodies, hooks, awesome musicianship and world class vocals. They define their music as melodic metal with progressive elements (Semi-prog if you will).

Victor Smolski’s Almanac to release new studio album “Rush of Death” on March 6th 2020

Victor Smolski’s Almanac are set to unleash their third studio album, “Rush of Death”, on March 6th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band has unleashed a lyric video for their first single, “Predator”. Check out the lyric video below.

Victor states:

Brothers Of Metal - Emblas Saga

I was so highly unimpressed by the over the top cos-play power “metal” of Sweden’s Brothers Of Metal, that I easily decided to give em a pass at Sweden Rock fest after a momentary pass by their stage proved to be a futile experience and as another band that I actually wanted to watch was performing at a different stage. I thought they were exactly the type of band that Napalm would sign and cherish. Ohh Napalm.