03:50 - Redn1ght Just dropping these guys here: [link] you might like that German Folk/Rock band. Cool melodies and all. Really medieval sounding stuff.
03:19 - Redn1ght The first thing I heard while listening to that song was... "Wait... No way... FINAL COUNTDOWN! Oh shit you trolls."
03:17 - deadone No, I didn't pick that up which is bizarre given that Final Countdown is such a distinctive song and yes From Beoynd does sound like it now! It did sound familiar but I have put it down to genre! :P
03:17 - Redn1ght The melody is exactly the same in From Beyond right after the solo for example. xD
03:13 - Redn1ght I was just pointing out my (Typos in here.) That I fixed. Sleepy atm. :P
03:11 - Redn1ght I meant that title song in the Enforcer album sounding exactly like Final Countdown. Compare: [link] to [link]
03:11 - deadone As for typos, feel free to volunteer for an editor's position at MS.
Danish folk metallers Svartsot have announced their new album title and release dates. Their fourth album is being released in cooperation between Svartsot's newly established company, Of Wood And Iron Productions, and the Hungarian label Nail Records, the home to Dalriada. It drops on February 20th in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and three days later in the rest of Europe. A taster from Vældet can be heard in the form of the song "Kilden - I Marker og I Lunde" below.
Iranian melodic death/doom metallers Frequency Of Butterfly Wings are offering up a free download of their brand new single The Cinnabar, which can be found here. You can also stream the digital single at the same location or at the band's Myspace page.
Iranian melodic death/doom metallers Frequency Of Butterfly Wings are offering a free download of four songs from their debut album, which can be found here. These tracks are "Chaos Dreams", "Nocturnal", "Scum" and "Across The Sorrows", taken from their debut album The Butterfly Effect, which was released last year through Palapal Productions. The band is currently working on a new single.