symphonic metal

Nightwish announces November & December 2020 European Headlining Tour

Nightwish are proud to announce that they will be returning to the UK and Europe on their 2020 world tour!

The band have already announced a show in Amsterdam - which sold more than 15,000 tickets in just a few days - swiftly followed up by an additional show at the same venue, alongside shows in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

Enslaved re-sign with Nuclear Blast and release music video for “What Else is There?”

There is ample reason to celebrate: Enslaved have once again joined forces with Nuclear Blast, to spread the music of the Norwegian avant-garde metallers all around the globe. With that, band and label renew a collaboration that has been ongoing for around ten years and two years ago produced the universally lauded album “E”.

Band founding member and guitarist Ivar Bjornson stated about the re-signing:

Blind Guardian Twilight Orchestra release new music video for “War Feeds War”

One of the most ambitious projects in metal history is out today! To celebrate the release of Blind Guardian’s new album “Legacy of the Dark Lands”, the band has premiered an otherworldly video for “War Feeds War”. Enter the magical world of Blind Guardian’s Twilight Orchestra, below.

Ad Infinitum release cover of the classic “This is Halloween”

Just in time for the most frightening day of the year, symphonic metal band Ad Infinitum presents their latest addictive offering. Their enchanting, yet energetic cover of Danny Elfman’s “This is Halloween” – featuring multi-faceted vocalist Melissa Bonny’s distinct delivery – will send shivers down your spine.

Temperance release lyric video for first single “Mission Impossible”

Temperance has just released their first single, “Mission Impossible”, off their new album, “Viridian”! “Mission Impossible” is the essence of Temperance – beautiful harmonies, heavy riffs and high-quality storytelling. The song is about the widely known movie of the same name.

Lord Of The Lost release new music video for “Ruins”

Lord Of The Lost release their eighth video for “Ruins”, from the chart-breaking album “Thornstar”. Having shot the video in Guadalajara, Mexico on a day-off on tour, the video takes place in a country that has seen a big part of their Aztec culture disrupted. The local community didn’t let that keep them from striving and growing into something entirely new though, and ultimately became the country they are today.