Rockfest announced a slab of new names for their 2022 edition, fingers crossed that it may happen this time around!
Heavy metal legends Iron Maiden just announced their first new album in 6 years with ‘Senjutsu’, an Asian inspired double album that will be surely epic!
Rockfest adds 12 more names from both Finland and other countries to the 2020 line-up, check it out!
Out of nowhere, Graspop just dropped 74 new names for their 25th edition.
A new chapter in the existence of Killswitch Engage!
Play the game that inspired the tour… that inspired the game! Iron Maiden conquers the world both on stage and on your mobile devices!
To celebrate Maiden’s arrival to Helsinki, Finland, Oceanhoarse covers their favorite track in a rehearsal video!
Graspop goes XL with another edition that will go down in the history books!
Hellfest 2018: you can’t control it! Next year’s edition will be yet another one to remember…
A exemplary piece of New Wave of Finnish Heavy Metal brings a video and a new single to you!
Rockfest is back with a vengeance and a solid line-up that will rock your world for about 3 days in Hyvinkää, Finland!
An AOTY list with the usual thrash, power and heavy metal suspects, but also a couple of surprises!
‘Senjutsu’ is one of Iron Maiden’s heaviest and epic albums, a remarkable testimony to the quality and skills known only to the diehard Maiden fans.
The third full-length studio album from Fresno, California based outfit Haunt emphasizes further on complex melodies and guitar harmonies.
The legendary Darkthrone is back with yet another serving of crude heavy metal!
If Icarus Could Fly is another strong follow up to the band’s previous album, Haunt has legitimately contrived and persuasively managed to create their own sound without being musically close to any other band.
The roots of NWOBHM resonates throughout the whole album with zeal and passion.
Pounder’s debut full-length album is quite refreshing and the band has managed to bring some energizing tunes without emulating other bands.
Steve ‘N’ Seagull and their Grainsville album, can this bluegrass band and album really be the guilty pleasure of a metalhead?
Mongrel’s Cross sophomore album makes a larger and heavier approach towards blackened thrash metal and shows a good achievement.
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