20:13 - Redn1ght I should just start trolling for lulz and make a list of worst Metal Albums ever made with all of them being Opeth albums. :) This is what I mean why they are like the Justin Bieber of Metal.
20:08 - flightoficarus86 I have so many lists waiting in a word document. I would do at least 3 a week if there wasn't a restriction. Such a nerd.
20:04 - flightoficarus86 Oh, believe me, I was aware when I put that one down. But my opinion stands firm after many listens over many years.
20:02 - Redn1ght You are gonna get a lot of hate mail from Opeth fanboys who defend their favorite to death. :)
Asking Alexandria have lost one of their long-time members, vocalist/keyboardist Danny Worsnop. It was the guitarist Ben Bruce who broke the news today. According to him, the vocalist is pursuing other musical interests, namely his other band We Are Harlot. The band promises to continue and not slow down and will soon unveil their new singer. They are also working on a new album.
Xandria have released a statement saying that they are forced to cancel the show at Rockfabrik Nürnberg, as well as today's show in Frankfurt and the show after that in Augsburg, the last three shows of their Sacrifium European Tour. The reason for the cancellation is because singer Dianne Van Giersbergen has fallen sick and lost her voice. The band won't be able to perform on their last three German shows.
Asking Alexandria have recently announced the release of their first ever DVD. They will be releasing Live From Brixton And Beyond, a two-disc DVD on December 15th through Sumerian Records. You can already check out a teaser clip that the band posted online right here.
Asking Alexandria have released a new video for their newest single "Moving On". The track also appears on their latest album From Death To Destiny from last year. The metalcore band recently concluded their Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival 2014 run and will head out to Europe in October.
German symphonic metal band Xandria aren't wasting any time and announced that they just started the writing and creative process for the new album. Sacrificium, their latest album, was just released in May this year. So, that was quick! This will then be the second album featuring the new vocalist Dianne Van Giersbergen who joined the band in 2013.
Xandria present us their new video today! With only one week to go before Sacrificium hits stores, Xandria give you "Nightfall". The video for the song is available for your viewing pleasure below. After having the chance to listen to "Dreamkeeper" before as well as an album preview, the symphonic metallers now chose to showcase "Nightfall".
German metallers Xandria are streaming a teaser for their upcoming album, Sacrificium, due to be released on May 2nd via Napalm Records. The clip gives previews of all the new tracks. You can watch it below and tell us your opinion about it. After "Dreamkeeper", this is another opportunity to hear the new vocalist Dianne Van Giersbergen.
The new Xandria album, Sacrificium, will be released on May 2nd via Napalm Records. Now the symphonic metal band is sharing the first song with the fans: the track chosen is "Dreamkeeper", and its lyric video can be seen below. What's your impression of this new tune?
On May 4th, the new Xandria album, Sacrificium, will hit the stores via Napalm Records. This will also be the first album to feature new bassist Steven Wussow and new singer Dianne van Giersbergen. Today the band is unveiling what the album tracklist will look like and the first snippet of the upcoming single "Nightfall". Listen to it right here.
Symphonic metal band Xandria has changed vocalist once again. The five piece is presenting the Dutch talent Dianne van Giersbergen as their new singer. The former singer for three years Manuela Kraller decided to leave the band "to follow other musical challenges".
Following their last release Neverworld's End, German symphonic metal act Xandria has just hit the studio this past week to start recording their next album. The yet to be titled new album is going to be the sixth studio album in the band's career. The production is a collaboration with Joost van den Broek (After Forever, Star One, ReVamp, etc.) and Sascha Paeth (Edguy, Epica, Avantasia and many more), joining forces with the group's main composer Marco Heubaum.
UK metalcore outfit Asking Alexandria is currently streaming their new album's sixth track titled "Poison". If you are curious about the new album, now is your chance to take a listen to their new material. Check out "Poison" from the new album From Death To Destiny that will be released next week on Sumerian Records.
Asking Alexandria is set to release an upcoming album through Sumerian Records in 2013, and the band has now posted a new song online titled "Run Free". You can enjoy it below. The new album will be the follow-up to 2011's Reckless & Relentless.