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ProgPower USA Announces 2020 Lineup; features Rhapsody, Conception, Night Flight Orchestra, Ihsahn, and many more

Posted by on September 9, 2019

ProgPower USA is the premier U.S. festival for progressive and power metal. For 20 years now they have been a key part in bringing some of the biggest and best names in the international progressive and power metal scenes to the United States. It takes place every September at the Center Stage Theater in Atlanta, […]

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Metal Insider’s Zach Fehl’s Top 10 Albums of 2018

Posted by on December 26, 2018

2018 was a wild year. I moved and got one of those fancy adult jobs with benefits and everything. That in turn led to me being able to go to a whole mess of awesome shows, including traveling for Rock on the Range, ProgPowerUSA Rock & Shock without breaking the bank. My reading list took […]

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Metal By Numbers 7/18: DevilDriver are outlaws on the charts

Posted by on July 18, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. I know that country is usually regarded with disdain, and in the case of modern country there’s good reason for that. Bo Burnham pretty much hit the nail on the head regarding why it’s […]

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Metal By Numbers 7/11: The gravity of album sales

Posted by on July 11, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. The list of debuts this week isn’t as lengthy compared to previous editions, but the coming weeks will see big names like Immortal, Between the Buried and Me (for the second time this year!), […]

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New & Noteworthy: June 29th, 2018: Sometimes the New Music Ain’t Enough

Posted by on June 29, 2018

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week brings new us new music from Bullet For My Valentine and The Night Flight Orchestra, as well as a live recording from a legendary Bruce Dickinson show! Be sure to […]

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The Night Flight Orchestra premiere “Turn To Miami” music video

Posted by on June 27, 2018

This Friday (29th) the Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup The Night Flight Orchestra’s  fourth studio album Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough will arrive via Nuclear Blast. Today (27th) the group featuring members of Soilwork and Arch Enemy have premiered the new video for the song “Turn To Miami.” Check out the clip below and pre-order the […]

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Here’s some awesome new dad rock from The Night Flight Orchestra

Posted by on April 27, 2018

The Night Flight Orchestra seems like a fever dream of corporate rock conceived in the ’80s, but here they are about to come out with their fourth album. A band featuring Soilwork’s Bjorn Strid and David Andersson and Arch Enemy’s Sharlee D’Angelo, NFO pay tribute to a time in rock that’s been nearly forgotten, a […]

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Metal By Numbers 5/31: Linkin Park light up the charts

Posted by on May 31, 2017

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   Linkin Park may be more pop than rock nowadays but not many psudo-metal-related bands can put out a number one record with nearly 100,000 copies sold, let alone six times in a row. […]

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Spotify Playlist: The Night Flight Orchestra guitarist David Andersson’s favorite ’80s songs

Posted by on May 5, 2017

  The Night Flight Orchestra will be releasing their third album, Amber Galactic, on Nuclear Blast on May 19th. And while the band has current and former members of metal bands (Soilwork’s Bjorn “Speed” Strid and David Andersson; Arch Enemy’s Sharlee D’Angelo, their sound is very much rooted in catchy ’80s hard rock. With that in […]

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The Night Flight Orchestra are geminis in “He-Man goes to Russia”-inspired video

Posted by on April 20, 2017

The Night Flight Orchestra is like the best dad rock band that wasn’t around in the ’80s. You’d be forgiven for not knowing that, however, given that the band’s hooky, infectious hard rock sounds like it could’ve come out anywhere from the ’70s to the mid’80s. You’d also be forgiven for not knowing that the […]

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