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Tag Archives: Nuclear Blast

And the Metal Hammer Golden God award winners are…

Posted by on June 13, 2017

  Given that Metal Hammer came very close to ceasing to exist last year, the fact that they were able to throw their 15th annual Golden Gods awards is quite an acheivement. The UK awards show took place last night and featured performances from Avatar, Clutch, Mastodon, and Orange Goblin, whose frontman Ben Ward started […]

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New & Noteworthy: February 17th, 2017

Posted by on February 17, 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 Battle Beast and Lorna Shore, as well as Danny Worsnop’s . If you want to check out last week’s releases or see the latest sales numbers, […]

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Dimmu Borgir drops third clue confirming new album for 2017

Posted by on February 9, 2017

Less than one month ago, Dimmu Borgir announced adding a Norwegian chamber choir to their long in the works album followed by the hashtag #Dimmuborgir2017. It is no secret that this is a highly anticipated release since we haven’t seen anything new from them since 2010’s Abrahadaba. Earlier today, Dimmu Borgir confirmed they are in the […]

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Memoriam unveils full track details for their debut album

Posted by on January 20, 2017

Old school death metal band Memoriam formed in early 2016 with Bolt Thrower vocalist Karl Willetts and Benediction bassist Frank Healy. The band have unveiled information about their forthcoming debut album, For The Fallen out on March 24 via Nuclear Blast. The album will consist of eight tracks and it is available for pre-order in both digital […]

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Cellar Darling have found a home with Nuclear Blast

Posted by on January 19, 2017

Cellar Darling, the new band featuring former Eluveitie members Anna Murphy, Merlin Sutter, and Ivo Henzi, has found a home with Nuclear Blast. Both bands remained optimistic about their respected future, and now Cellar Darling are ready to embark on their journey. The band is set to unveil a unique storytelling style, revisiting old bedtime tales […]

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New & Noteworthy: January 13th

Posted by on January 13, 2017

We’re still early into 2017 and the releases are already pouring in. This week brings a new live Accept release, and studio albums from Code Orange, Sepultura, and more. If you missed last week’s releases, you can check them out here. There has not been too many releases just yet since we’re only two weeks […]

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Dimmu Borgir to unveil ‘Forces of the Northern Night’

Posted by on January 11, 2017

Norwegian symphonic black metal titans Dimmu Borgir surprised us this morning with the release date of their anticipated double DVD, Forces Of The Northern Night, on April 14 via Nuclear Blast. The package includes two live performances, their memorable show in Oslo with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra and a bombastic choir, along with their performance at […]

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Review: A casual Opeth fan reviews ‘Sorceress,’ which you can stream now

Posted by on September 29, 2016

  Sorceress is the twelfth studio album to come from Swedish progressive rock/metal group Opeth. It will be released worldwide tomorrow, September 30th via Nuclear Blast Records subsidiary Moderbolaget. Rolling Stone is streaming it now. Now here is where I say some really controversial stuff. I, being of unsound mind and dangerous empty bank account, do […]

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Criminally Slept-On: Slayer

Posted by on August 27, 2015

In Criminally Slept-On, Schuler Benson takes a look at some of the most underrated tracks from his favorite prolific bands’ back catalogs. Slayer’s importance in the history of metal cannot be overstated. They pioneered a style that went on to sire nearly every dominant sub-genre in heavy music today. They achieved a level of commercial […]

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Criminally Slept-On: Soilwork

Posted by on August 14, 2015

In Criminally Slept-On, Schuler Benson takes a look at some of the most underrated tracks from his favorite prolific bands’ back catalogs. Without a doubt, Soilwork is one of the most celebrated acts in the history of Scandinavian metal. From their early death/thrash leanings, through their evolution into the territory of melodic death metal, to […]

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