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Tag Archives: Eluveitie

Metal By Numbers 9/13: Sales find some solace

Posted by on September 13, 2017

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Welcome back, missed you all last week. While this week’s edition of MBN doesn’t features the chart topping debuts that occurred last week, the wealth of material release should certainly not go unnoticed. My […]

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Metal By Numbers 8/30: Steven Wilson has a bone to pick with the charts

Posted by on August 30, 2017

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. You gotta give credit to Steven Wilson: the man is always busy. Sure, you can say that about a lot of musicians, but when your resume includes several different bands, production work for bands […]

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New & Noteworthy, August 18th 2017: To the Store

Posted by on August 18, 2017

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new music from Eluveitie, Thy Art is Murder, and Steven Wilson. If you would like to check out last week’s New & Noteworthy, you can do so here, and the week’s […]

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Best Music Videos of the Week Ending 7/7

Posted by on July 7, 2017

Another week has flown by and this time around, we are greeted with the Melvins’ new album and a brutal Decapitated. Additionally, we have seen a few time warp occurrences including Foo Fighter’s collaborating with a member of Boyz II Men and seeing footage of Nirvana’s 1988 RadioShack recording surface. However, we were also reminded […]

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Cellar Darling, Eluveitie have big plans in the works

Posted by on April 28, 2017

Earlier this year, Cellar Darling, the trio that features former Eluveitie members Anna Murphy, Merlin Sutter, and Ivo Henzi announced finding their new home with Nuclear Blast Records. After a year working on their creative efforts, the time has arrived for their debut release This Is The Sound to hit stores on June 30th. The […]

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20 albums to (hopefully) look forward to in 2017

Posted by on January 6, 2017

While many are digesting 2016 tunes, it is time to move forward and see what is ahead for 2017. 2016 gave us several diversified lists proving it was a great year for music. Does 2017 have what it takes to top that? We’re already hearing about big releases like Mastodon, Suicide Silence, Overkill, Kreator and more, but […]

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Interview: India’s metal bagpipe artist The Snake Charmer talks influences

Posted by on August 24, 2016

Several weeks ago, the metal blogosphere was charmed by The Snake Charmer, who posted a medley of Lamb of God songs on bagpipe accompanied by a guitarist. It was impressive enough for Lamb of Gods Chris Adler to take notice. We were even more impressed when we found out that Archy Jay was from New […]

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Scar Symmetry lose a member, add two

Posted by on October 28, 2015

Yesterday, on the same day that their tour with Epica and Eluveitie kicked off, Scar Symmetry announced that founding bassist, Kenneth Seil, was leaving the band. Not only did they do it via Facebook, but also by posting  a video of what they referred to as an “important drunken announcement.” And in addition to Seil […]

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Photos and recap: Eluveitie, The Agonist, Martina Edoff, Irving Plaza, NYC, 10/3/15

Posted by on October 9, 2015

On October 3rd 2015 the ‘Revolver Presents’ tour, featuring Eluveitie, The Agonist, and Martina Edoff pulled into Irving Plaza for its final North American stop. Despite Epica’s unfortunate departure from the bill, there was little doubt that this was going to be a spectacular sendoff, especially given Eluveitie’s rare acoustic set. Plus, between Martina, Vicky […]

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UK study finds folk metal to be racist/sexist

Posted by on October 5, 2015

Be prepared to check your privilege, folk metal fans, we’ve got some bad news. A new study out of UK’s Leeds Beckett University published in the journal Metal Music Studies has determined that at it’s core, European folk metal is full of racist and sexist undertones. Published by Professor Karl Spracklen, a professor of leisure […]

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