07:45 - 3rdWorld For eg. I can see for you "Registered as AmboasMetalhead".
07:43 - 3rdWorld Meh, you never seem to pay attention to anything you read cynic. Place your cursor over the username and pause for a second i.e just hover over it for a moment. You will get a "Registered as" tiny popup message.
07:23 - Cynic Metalhead Where you seeing "Registered as"?! You can see the "registered date" with country, last seen online, posts and points. No way I can see members' former names' mentioned there.
06:56 - 3rdWorld If you go to members list, and place your cursor over the member name, you will see the "Registered as" name which is their original registered username. No need to be staff for that @Angel Reaper.
Recently, power metal heavyweights Stratovarius announced the release of a "Best Of" compilation set for May 6th on earMUSIC. Fans are also in for a treat with a new track that will be available on the release, "Until The End Of Days". In fact, you can already satisfy your curiosity about it and hear it right here.
Finnish power metal giants Stratovarius have just unveiled that they will be releasing a "Best Of" compilation album on May 6th on earMUSIC. The new compilation album will also debut a brand new song, featuring their current lineup, the opener track of the album, "Until The End Of Days". The album is remastered by Mika Jussila of Finnvox Studios.
The new official Stratovarius music video has recently been released for their forthcoming single My Eternal Dream. Their new album Eternal is out now in Europe and Japan. You can grab it in the USA/Canada on September 18th, 2015 and in Mexico on the 25th. As for the video, it was directed by Mariano Biasin and the video clip deals with one of the world's recent burning issues as well as a performance from the band filmed in Argentina and Finland.
Finnish power metallers Stratovarius will release their new album, Eternal, on September 11th via the earMUSIC label. Recently, the band has shared an intimate tour of the album via a 12-minute behind-the-scenes mini-documentary, which can now be seen below. The studio documentary spotlights the band in the studio recording, along with interviews about the new material.
Finnish power metal legends Stratovarius have just released a new lyric video for a brand new track from Eternal, called "Shine In The Dark". The elaborate lyric video of the song features the band's vocalist Timo Kotipelto singing the lyrics in what seems to be their recording studio, and it can be watched below. What are your impressions of the first song revealed from the album?
Finnish power metal heavyweights Stratovarius have set the release dates for their brand new studio album Eternal for September 11th, 2015 (Europe) and September 18th, 2015 (USA) on EarMUSIC (not August as previously announced by the band). The album will be released in 3 formats: standard CD jewelcase, limited deluxe edition (CD + DVD mediabook including live video tracks recorded at Loudpark Festival 2015 in Japan) and double vinyl gatefold. Take a look at the album cover and tracklist below.
Two years after they released Nemesis, Stratovarius are unleashing Eternal. As usual, the power metallers don't waste much time between releases. Stratovarius have broken their year long silence to reveal they are in the studio completing a new record. Eternal will be out in August 14th, 2015 so mark your calendars!
As announced by their label EarMUSIC, Finnish power metal legends Stratovarius are going to reissue their 2003 albums Elements Part I and Elements Part II in a compilation, predictably named Elements Part I & II - Complete Edition, on December 5th, 2014.
As of now, you can watch the new music video by Stratovarius for the song "If The Story Is Over" from their latest album Nemesis. This Friday, the band's new CD+DVD Nemesis Days will be out and the video will be available there as well. Nemesis Days features a brand new 80-minute documentary and also contains the full album Nemesis and videos from the band.
Following the success of their latest album, Nemesis, Stratovarius are ready to release a new documentary, named Nemesis Days, that will hit the stores on May 2nd via earMUSIC. Nemesis Days contains a brand new 80-minute documentary DVD following Stratovarius around the world, revealing the story of Nemesis and the evolution of the band. Nemesis Days will also contain the full album Nemesis. Here below you have the trailer, the promo poster and the tracklist.
Following the success of their last release Nemesis, Finnish power metallers Stratovarius decided to shoot the second video off the album. While the song chosen before was "Halcyon Days" (watch here), here we have the video for "Unbreakable", directed by Mariano Biasin.
Now that ProgPower USA XIV has passed, the festival organizers have already revealed the line-up for next year. Next year's edition of the ProgPower USA festival is set to take place from September 12-13, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia and will boast some big names and exclusive sets in what could be a dream come true for lovers of prog/power metal.
Stratovarius have premiered online the first video off Nemesis, their newest album released by earMUSIC. The footage for the "Halcyon Days" video was shot in Lithuania by Pekka Hara. You can watch how the video turned out below.
Power metallers Stratovarius have released previews from all of the tracks on their upcoming new album Nemesis, which will be officially released tomorrow, February 22nd in Europe via earMUSIC as a standard 11-track edition as well as a 13 track special edition and vinyl and February 26th in North America through Armoury Records. For now, you can get an exclusive first listen to the new songs on the video below.
Stratovarius has premiered a brand new track off their upcoming album Nemesis. You can listen to the new song called "Halcyon Days" right here. The new album will see the light of day on February 26th in North America through Eagle Rock's Armoury Records and February 22nd in Europe via earMUSIC. There will be a regular 11 track long standard version and a special edition with two bonus tracks.