This review has been a long time coming, but not as long as Wintersun‘s Time I or the yet to be released Time II. Bad jokes aside, Finnish melodic metallers Wintersun have released The Forest Seasons on July 21st, instead of the anticipated record Time II. The band has managed to create a whole circus […]
The Finnish metallers from Wintersun recently launched a Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to fund their new record The Forest Seasons and future projects (which includes Time II). Metal-Exposure talked to bass player Jukka Koskinen about this much debated step, the new record and yes, the sauna.. Read the interview here!
As you could have read on our site recently, there has been a lot going on in the Finnish Sonata Arctica camp. They just released their ninth studio album named The Ninth Hour and are doing a big European tour for this. You can read more about this in our interview with lead singer Tony […]
It is only fitting that a ninth studio album is called “The Ninth Hour”, yet for Sonata Arctica, album titles need to fit the cover art and style of the album as well. That is why this title works well with the record, since we as humankind are at the tipping point in our existence, […]
Sometimes we come across albums that is hard to describe when it comes to saying what they make you feel. You know, those albums that you can keep listening to and where find new layers in the music every time you listen to it. An album that does not get boring, no matter how often […]
Fleshgod Apocalypse is a five headed masterpiece from Italy and King is their fourth full length album. The band is known for their bombastic sound, which is the product of combining Death Metal with classical and operatic influences. If you’re a fan of this kind of music and you enjoyed their previous albums, like me, […]
14 /12 /2015 – In the new year, the Italian metal maestro’s from Fleshgod Apocalypse will release their fourth album King. Metal-Exposure talked with front man and guitarist Tommaso Riccardi about the concept of the record, society today and the recording process.. Read all!
Through the years I sometimes lost track of this band. Especially Relentless Reckless Forever and Halo Of Blood just couldn’t get me excited for some reason; but now with the release of I Worship Chaos they totally have me back again. The album had to grow a bit on me, but now after endless spins, […]
The reigning pharaohs of Egyptian-themed metal Nile are about to scourge their people with their 8th studio album, What Should Not Be Unearthed. Can you expect the trademark Nile sound in the form of technical riffs, the whipping blast beats of George Kollias and the disturbing gutturals of Karl Sanders? Yes, Nile are Nile and […]
“You say you didn’t cause all this. Your God did!” The twelfth studio album of the Canadian death metal outfit Kataklysm kicks off with an excerpt of Ridley Scott’s movie Exodus. Of Ghosts and Gods covers the relationship that humanity has with its inevitable death and the Gods who have been conjured up to deal […]