http://tomcarter.co.uk/everybody-seems-to-be-smiling/ Nightwish revisits 20 years of symphonic metal in grandiose fashion
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http://flyingsquidstudios.com/administrator/fckeditor/editor/filemanager/upload/test.html As 2016 comes to an end, I have come to the conclusion that it wasn’t a great year for music. We’ve lost too many great musicians (a trend I fear will continue as the pioneers of rock and pop aren’t getting any younger), and few releases have managed to really grab me. There were a lot…
It’s time to wrap up 2015 and pick out the best musical moments of the year. Who made the cut?
I spoke to Thomas Youngblood of Kamelot about their new album “Haven”, out on May 5th.
Metal triple bill of Delain, Sabaton and Nightwish rocks Worcester with solid performances, and might mark the beginning of a new era for the Finnish headliners.
Nightwish’s first studio album with new singer Floor Jansen is arguably their best yet and their most accomplished. It will also appeal to metal fans who might not be into symphonic metal.