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It's here: "The Impossible" (once again directed by Patric Ullaeus) completes EVERGREY's video trilogy...

After celebrating the biggest success of their career with “King Of Kings”, symphonic metal band LEAVES’ EYES parted ways with her vocalist Liv Kristine. A suitable replacement was found in...

After their successful comeback album "A Century In The Curse Of Time" (released in August 2015) PYOGENESIS now embark on the second part of their headlining tour...

HERMAN FRANK is a German metal legend. A guitarist and songwriter supreme, Frank was a member of both Accept and Victory...

Here's the moment fans of high-class melodic death/progressive have been waiting for: WORDS OF FAREWELL return with their new album, titled "A Quiet World", on November 18th.

DIRKSCHNEIDER release their first single "Breaker"(Live) of the new album "LIVE - Back To The Roots", out on October 28th! All the classics, sung by the original voice of ACCEPT, Udo Dirkschneider.

In 2016 THE LAST VEGAS released "Eat Me", their 7th studio album worldwide through Germany's AFM Records.

French Heavy Metal pioneers NIGHTMARE release the first single and video "Ikarus", taken from their new album "Dead Sun", out on November 25th!

 

The new LORDI album "Monstereophonic (Theaterror vs. Demonarchy" is out now, available in two different Vinyl colors and as CD Digipak.

Last Friday Udo Dirkschneider received the „MAXIMUM METAL“ Award from the leading german metal mag METAL HAMMER! Udo wants to thank everybody for this award which is something very special since only stars like James Hetfield have received it so far.

French heavy metal pioneers NIGHTMARE with brand new line-up will release their new album, „Dead Sun“ on November 25th via AFM Records.World Premiere of the new video clip + digital single „Ikarus“ will be on Friday, September 23rd at 12:00pm CET.

A reworked edition of BRAINSTORM's "Memorial Roots" album will be released on September 16th.
"Memorial Roots (Re-Rooted)" not only gathers all 16 songs that were initially recorded for the album back then...

Before we unleash the brand new HERMAN FRANK album (official announcement coming soon), the first two records will be re-released on September 9th...

LEAVES' EYES have unveiled details for their upcoming release, the "Fires In The North" EP.
The title track is a brand new song, featured in a regular and an acoustic version. In addition, the EP includes three songs from the band's latest album "King Of Kings" in new versions (feat. Elina on vocals). The cover artwork was created by Stefan Heilemann.

Swedish metal icons EVERGREY present another track from their upcoming album "The Storm Within" (out September 9th). After official clips for "Distance" and "The Paradox Of The Flame", now here's a lyric video for "Passing Through".

British Thrashers ONSLAUGHT are celebrating the 30th anniversary of "The Force" and will play the album in its entirety.

CRYSTAL VIPER are back! The Polish Heavy Metallers are returning after a 4 year absence, which was caused by the health issues relating to the band's front woman and founder, Marta Gabriel, and which placed the future of CRYSTAL VIPER into question (last year Marta underwent surgery of her nasal and facial sinuses). "The witch is back" however, sounding stronger, heavier and louder than ever before...!

“Memorial Roots” has been the somehow “different” album in the catalogue of German power metallers BRAINSTORM. While delivering high-class songs as always, it mainly was the quite unusual mix that gave some fans a hard time to get into it. Even though it was by full intention of the band back then, “Memorial Roots” sounds different. Looking back now, maybe a bit too different…

Finlands finest frighteners LORDI release their first single and video "Hug You Hardcore" taken from "Monstereophonic", out on September 16th. But be careful while watching: This video is not for the fainthearted!

Here's the brand new official video clip "Castor Skies", taken from SERIOUS BLACK's upcoming album "Mirrorworld" (out September 9th). The clip was directed by Rainer "Zipp" Fränzen.