cinematic metal

Stellar Death to release debut album “Fragments of Lights” on January 8th 2021

Washington D.C. two-piece Stellar Death will release their debut album, “Fragments of Lights”, in early 2021.

Featuring eight instrumental tracks that traverse a vast and richly diverse musical landscape, “Fragments of Lights” takes the listener on a challenging, yet rewarding journey. The album blends elements of prog rock, post metal and emotive ambiance for a sonic experience like none other.

This is evidenced by album track “Binary Collapse”, streaming now at this location.

Pyramaze to release new studio album “Epitaph” on November 13th 2020

Danish Progressive Power Metal group Pyramaze has just inked a record deal in order to put out their next full-length studio album called “Epitaph”, via AFM Records. The album will be released on November 13th, 2020.

With their majestic a clearly progressive first single “A Stroke of Magic” released today, Pyramaze show that they belong to the top of the European Progressive Power Metal Genre! 

Check out the video for “A Stroke of Magic” below.

Dark Sarah to release new studio album “Grim” on July 17th 2020

Finnish cinematic metal icons Dark Sarah have officially signed a worldwide contract with Napalm Records! Over the course of eight years and three epically conceptualized albums, the band has proven their standing in the scene.

As a classically-educated opera singer and experimental performer, Heidi Parviainen (formerly of Amberian Dawn), created her alter ego with Dark Sarah and fascinates listeners with their talent for unique soundscapes in symbiosis with truly magical worlds.

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.

DragonForce - Extreme Power Metal

British cheddar metal maestros have now existed for two decades, releasing eight albums, confirming that if you’re consistent it doesn’t exactly matter what you’re gonna be all about, you are likely to succeed if you put some effort into it.
 
Dragonforce’s nintendocore power metal remains as stagnant as it ever was. Cheery, major key, superfast, with vibrato being a taboo word and sounding like sped up video game music, with over the top lyrics on top.