By: Samuli Keskitalo
”Watching the world through the eyes of a child in Elysium… will I know you then?” What could be better start for the weekend, other than a Kamelot concert at friday night? Maybe nothing! Kamelot announced a new album called Haven in May of this year, again with producer Sascha Paeth and the album landed in Finnish charts at #12. This album also reached their highest position ever in Finland and also in a few other countries, like Japan, Austria, Canada etc. The album is packed full of metal, which contains also a few guest musicians, for example Alissa White-Gluz, Troy Donockley and Charlotte Wessels. Actually I haven’t read any reviews for this album and I have only listenend to it myself and honestly liked it all very much and I still wonder why they only play about two, or three songs from this album? Well, that’s all I have to say about the album. Let’s check out how I felt about Kamelot’s gig in Seinäjoki, Rytmikorjaamo 2.10.2015. Continue reading CONCERT REVIEW: Kamelot; Seinäjoki, Rytmikorjaamo 2.10.2015
Music: Heavier Than Metal by Skullfist. Used with permission.
Melody sits and talks with Finnish band Steve N Seagulls and talks with the band about their debut album ‘Farm Machine’ and discusses the band’s US tour, covering metal songs with bluegrass instruments and how irritating trains in Tennessee are!
Label: Nuclear Blast
BY: TJ FOWLER
I have always been a casual Slayer fan. I was never the guy to carve Slayer into my arms or praise the glory of albums like ‘Hell Awaits’ or ‘Reign in Blood’. There have been songs and albums from Slayer I liked and there have been others that I could have cared less about and never gave a second thought too.
The last Slayer album I purchased was ‘God Hates Us All’ and this was the time I really kind of lost track of Slayer. I didn’t particularly care for that album and really up until that point the recent output from the band I had heard, I just was not finding interesting and so at that point I just let Slayer fall by the wayside and stopped caring Continue reading Music Review: Slayer CD: Repentless