Bands
Conquest

Conquest was formed in 1996 in Kharkov, Ukraine as a solo studio project of vocalist/guitarist W. Angel, playing classic hard-rock-influenced music similar to bands like Def Leppard. In 1997 the band's line-up was completed, and on January 7, 1998, Conquest performed their first live show. In 1998 the band performed plenty of gigs in Ukraine, among them a show with Russian heavy metal legend Aria. After a few line-up changes the band began playing more fast and aggressive music. The first album, "Endless Power", was released by Russian label Irond Records.

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Posted: 09.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
W. Angel's CONQUEST

CONQUEST was formed in 1996 in Kharkov, Ukraine as a solo studio project of the guitarist W.Angel, playing classic hard rock influenced by Def Leppard. Up to the end of 1997 the staff was complete and on the 7th of January 1998 Conquest performed the first live show. In 1998 the band played lots of gigs in Ukraine, among them the show with Russian heavy metal legend Aria.

After a few changes in the staff the band began playing more fast and aggressive music. The first demo, which was released by Russian label Irond Rec. with the title "Endless Power" included fast melodic tracks with some Slavic folk melodies combined with power-speed riffs and impressing vocals. The band changed the style of music to euro power metal.

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Posted: 09.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Mournful Gust

MOURNFUL GUST was formed in Krivoy Rog city in Ukraine in autumn 1999. The band was organized by Alexander Glavniy (composer, bandleader guitarist, ex -musician of black metal band Vae Solis), Vjacheslav Kapusta (drums) and rhythm guitarist Evgeny Vecher (both musicians previously played in doom / death metal band Temple Of Oblivion).

The original concept of the band lies in symphonic gothic doom / death metal played with classic for this genre instruments combined with instruments not from metal music - violin, flute and female vocals.

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Posted: 09.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage is an Italian rock band formed in 2004 by the guitarist Alex Damage, the drummer Slam Cage and the guitarist Blade. The band found his official line up in 2006 with the entrance in the band of Matt at the voice and Steve at the Bass guitar. They recorded and selfproduct their first demo disc in 2008 which contains three songs. The band plays around the country, getting in touch with Rock Tv and some of the artist that work with the Italian Rock Channel , they plays with band like Rezophonic, Cristina Scabbia, Pino Scotto, Steve Angarthal, Infernal Poetry and many more… In these live show Collateral Damage involve so much their fans that the CEO of Rock Tv called the guys to make them know one of the best productor in Italy… Alberto "Skizzo" Bonardi how recorded album for some of the best Italian Metal Bands like "Death SS".

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Posted: 07.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Dead Summer Society

DEAD SUMMER SOCIETY is a doom/gothic/dark/ atmospheric/metal one man project from Italy, created by guitarist/composer Mist (also guitarist in How like a winter) with the collaboration of singers.
DEAD SUMMER SOCIETY's music can be described as a multiform soundscape with a dark, experimental approach, with folk, ambient and electronic elements blended with a hint of death/black metal within the doom/gothic main architecture.

Growl, screaming and clean male vocals are sometimes enriched with beautiful female parts to create a fascinating, yet obscure, balance.

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Posted: 07.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Vörgus

At the dawn of the new millenium, four metalheads united to create the loudest music ever to hit the ears of this feeble race called mankind. Within six months they had recorded their debut demo "VÖRGUS is the law", containing 20 songs of pure mind melting metal. Less than a year later, it was time to record the follow-up "The evil dominator", with Mike Wead (King Diamond/Mercyful Fate) as producer. By the end of 2001 VÖRGUS parted with lead singer Oppegaard, due to lack of engagement. In mid 2002 they visited Necromorbus studios for the recording of the third demo "Pure Perkele", taking the VÖRGUS sound to a higher, more brutal level. The vocals were now handled by bassist Nenne Vörgus. By 2004 VÖRGUS had managed to create the perfect synthesis of death/thrash/speed and classic heavy metal riffing.

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Posted: 06.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
End Of Aeon

End of Aeon is a Finnish doom metal band, founded in 2011 in the heart of coastal town Kotka. This acts music offers a wide scale of various elements between beautiful melodies and dark sounds "from the other side''.

Source: https://soundcloud.com/endofaeonofficial

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Posted: 06.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Plateau Sigma

Plateau Sigma born in the autumn of 2010 by Manuel Vicari, Francesco Genduso, Nino Zuppardo and Maurizio Avena. "White Wings of Nightmares" is the first EP, released by Beyond... Productions in July 2013. In September 2014 they released their first complete album, "The True Shape of Eskatos", always by the same label. Besides, they expanded their live activity with a tour in the east of Europe in November of 2014, and various gigs in Italy, including The Faust Extreme Fest, opening for the Dark Funeral. In September 2015, they entered in the in studio for their second album, "Rituals", their first work for Avantgarde Music

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Posted: 06.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Rosicrucian

Rosicrucian Formed in early 2010 by members of Pale Mist, Excelsior, Betamaxx and Final. We started out making lo-fi black metal in the vein of Velvet Cacoon, Wolves In The Throne Room and Burzum, but as time has progressed we have evolved our sound to encapsulate so much more.

In 2011 changed name to Fever Sea

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Posted: 05.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Episode 13

Episode 13 was formed in June 2001 by Ozan (vocals), Murat (guitars) and Can (drums) with the intention of playing Black Metal with a particularly evil streak. Since then the band has released the 2-track demo CD "Expected Damnation" (2003), a Split EP with Sadistic Spell (2003), and three full-length albums - "Tabula Rasa" in 2005, "Pitch Black" in 2008 and the new album "Death Reclaims the Earth" in 2010. Many Episode 13 tracks are regularly played on radio stations internationally, and the band features on compilation CDs both at home and abroad.

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Posted: 01.04.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Geïst

2005: Geïst forms out of the ashes of its predecessor Eismalsott. The first album "Patina", featuring contributions and appearance of Eismalsott's mastermind Aínvar and recorded as an Eismalsott album, is released by Solistitium Records. The record soon sells out totally.

2006: Just one year after the debut album, the second one called "Kainsmal" is released by the German label Cold Dimensions. An LP version follows on Deviant Records in an edition of 287 copies (in transparent, red and black vinyl).

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Posted: 28.03.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Son Of A Bitch

In 1994, Graham Oliver and Steve Dawson, founding members of Saxon, reunited. They began under the name 'Son of a Bitch' (which had been Saxon's own name originally, before they became well known) but were often billed as Saxon on tours by promoters, though the band often didn't discourage this. In 2000 after a period of inactivity they decided to officially rename themselves Oliver/Dawson Saxon. The band has been known by this name ever since, and despite recording other material from 1996 onwards have always relied primarily on Saxon songs during live sets. Despite Byford attempting a legal injunction against the use of the name "Saxon" in the band's title to falsely promote themselves, as founding members of the original band courts deemed use of the name legally acceptable.

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Posted: 28.03.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Danse Macabre

Danse Macabre, a musical journey through darkness, was born when the Belgian Gunther Theys (Ancient Rites) met the Greeks Sotiris (Septic Flesh) and George Zaharopoulos (ex-Rotting Christ) in Athens. In 1995 two songs for a 7' EP were recorded, but soon after that their label went down and the recordings were not released. The project threatened to end even before it had really even started. Gunther kept the idea and the concept still on his mind and in 1997 he luckily found musicians who shared his artistic views.The Finnish Jan 'Örkki' Yrlund (ex-Lacrimosa, ex-Two Witches, ex-Prestige, SinMasters, Ancient Rites{/band]) and the Belgian Raf Corten (ex-Ancient Rites) wanted to continue the Story.

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Posted: 28.03.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Centurian

In the 5 years between 1997 and 2002,
Centurian pioneered the second wave of deathmetal among acts as Angelcorpse and Krisiun. Shows are performed in the U.S. and a considerable part of Europe. Centurian earned a very solid underground reputation because of the distinctive way of songwriting and an undying aggressive approach.

Between 2002 and 2010, songwriter/guitaristRob Oorthuis concentrates on a new band Nox.
Centurian is dead but dreaming at this time.
Nox was an opportunity for Rob to explore other extreme realms musically and to evolve as a guitarist.

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Posted: 28.03.2016 by Bad English

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