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The Shadow Self
The Shadow Self is the sixth studio album released by Finnish vocalist Tarja Turunen. The record was released on 5 August 2016. The record produced two singles.
Salomé - The Seventh Veil
New Shores is the fourth full-length album by the Swiss band Lunatica. It was released on February 27, 2009.
The Divine Conspiracy
The Divine Conspiracy is the third full-length studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band Epica as well as their first concept album. It was released through Nuclear Blast in Japan on 22 August 2007, in the US on 28 August, in Europe on 7 September, and in the UK on 10 September. The concept that guides the songs is that God created many different religions for humanity to figure out and overcome them so as to discover that, in nature and essence, they were all in fact the same one. Aside from the concept of such a conspiracy, The Divine Conspiracy finalizes The Embrace That Smothers, which began in After Forever's Prison of Desire and continued in Epica's The Phantom Agony. In short, The Embrace That Smothers is a collection of 10 songs, which talks about the dangers of organized religion.
Lucidity (10th Anniversary Edition)
Lucidity is the debut full-length album by the Dutch symphonic metal band, Delain. It was released on September 4, 2006 by Roadrunner Records. It was released in the USA by Sensory Records on June 22, 2010. In 2016 the band celebrated their 10th anniversary by re-releasing the album.
After the disbandment of the band which had recorded the Amenity demo, the keyboard player and main composer Martijn Westerholt decided to retain lead vocalist Charlotte Wessels and to record an album with the best session musicians available, without the perspective of bringing the songs on tour. He recruited for the project Marco Hietala on vocals and bass, Ad Sluijter, Guus Eikens and Jan Yrlund on guitars and Ariën van Weesenbeek on drums. Guest vocalists on the album were Sharon den Adel, Liv Kristine, and George Oosthoek.
The album was recorded in different periods during 2005 and 2006 to accommodate the availability of the many musicians involved, often on tour with their bands.
Lucidity peaked at No. 43 in Dutch charts and the success of the album pushed Westerholt to reorganize Delain as a touring band with new musicians.
Pariah's Child is the eighth studio album by Finnish power metal band Sonata Arctica. It was released on March 28, 2014 by Nuclear Blast. It is the first Sonata Arctica release with new bassist Pasi Kauppinen, who replaced Marko Paasikoski.
Shadowmaker is the eighth studio album by the Finnish cello metal band Apocalyptica. It was released on 17 April 2015 in Europe and Australia, 20 April in the UK, France and Latin America, 21 April in the U.S. and Canada and 22 April in Japan. It is the band's first album with one single vocalist, Franky Perez.
Commenting on the album, member Eicca Toppinen said:
Shine is the debut solo album by Swedish singer Anette Olzon, released on 26 March, 28 March, 31 March, 1 April, and 8 April 2014 by earMUSIC.
The first teaser track from the album, "Falling" was released for digital download on 17 December 2013, accompanied by a lyric video on YouTube. A teaser for the album's first official single, "Lies", was posted on Anette Olzon's official Facebook page on 7 February 2014; followed by the single's eventual release on 14 February 2014.
The 13th Floor
The 13th Floor is the fourth full-length studio album by the Norwegian gothic metal band Sirenia and their first with the Spanish vocalist Ailyn. It was released on 23 January 2009, through Nuclear Blast. The album features guest appearances by Jan Kenneth Barkved, and the French violin player, Stephanie Valentin, who adds to the sound along with the choir that has been a part of their sound since the beginning. The album was released in three formats: CD, CD-Digi and box set. The box set edition was restricted to 500 copies worldwide. The download-only single, "The Path to Decay", was released on 26 December 2008.
Black Is the Colour
The Heart of Everything
The Heart of Everything is the fourth studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation, released by GUN Records on 12 March 2007 in Europe. It was released in North America on 18 June 2007 by Roadrunner Records. The album follows the symphonic metal sound the band had been improving and deepening until then, and is considered by lead vocalist Sharon den Adel as the album in which the band finally managed to achieve this kind of sound.
The album originated a total of five singles. The first and most successful one, "What Have You Done", was released on February 14 and was met with moderate chart success across Europe. The song eventually became one of the band's signature songs, being played in almost every concert. The album itselft was also met with commercial and critical success, earning positive reviews from publications such as Metal Hammer, allmusic and PopMatters. The album opened at number 1 on the Dutch Charts and also was the first to enter a Billboard chart. To promote the album, the band embarked on their first world tour, entitled The Heart of Everything World Tour, visiting countries in Europe, North America, South America, and Asia.
Magic Forest is the sixth studio album by Finnish symphonic metal band Amberian Dawn. It is the first original album to feature lead vocalist Päivi "Capri" Virkkunen.
Symphonies Of The Night
Symphonies of the Night is the fifth studio album by the German/Norwegian symphonic metal band Leaves' Eyes. It was released on November 26, 2013, through Napalm Records. The record was produced by Alexander Krull at Mastersound Studio, Germany and features album artwork by Stefan Heilemann. Like previous albums, Symphonies of the Night features songs sung in different languages, including English, Shakespearean English, Norwegian, French and Irish. The album title was said to be inspired by Symphony of the Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky.
Крылья is the fourth full-length album by the Russian power metal band Catharsis. It was released on March 25, 2005, by Irond.
Break The Silence
Break the Silence is the fourth studio album by the German a cappella metal band van Canto, released on 23 September 2011. It reached number 23 in the German charts. It features 13 tracks, five of them being covers, and two of them featuring guest artists: Joakim Brodén guest appears in his band's cover "Primo Victoria", Marcus Siepen guest appears on "Spelled in Waters". "A Storm to Come" is their longest song to date, clocking at 9:13, and is also the first episode of "Peer Returns", Van Canto's theatrical a cappella metal adaption of "Peer Gynt".
Старая Мелодия для Флейты
Собрание сочинений 2006 - 2016
Silent Scream (Deluxe)
Silent Scr3am is the first studio album by Greek gothic metal band Elysion, released on December 21, 2009 by Massacre Records.
In 2008 the Elysion separated their paths with Maxi Nil under good faith, and Christianna was the next frontwoman. Then they entered the studio for the recordings of debut album, which, achieving to be an excellent sample of Elysion’s potential, soon attracted the attention of numerous record labels, leading in signing up with Massacre Records. In the next months Elsyion completed mixing and mastering of the album with American producer engineer Ted Jensen on his owned Sterling Sound Studios.
The cover of the album is created by Natalie Shau; the artwork and photos of the booklet is a creation of Seth Siro Anton. In current time, Elysion in terms of promoting debut album “Silent Scream” which was released in late 2009, are touring Europe and North America.
Bloodangel's Cry is an album by German power metal band Krypteria, released in 2007. It peaked at position 55 in the German album charts and at 44 in Switzerland.
Visions Of Atlantis
Trinity is the third studio album by Austrian symphonic power metal band Visions of Atlantis and features American vocalist Melissa Ferlaak. The release date was May 25, 2007 in Europe and June 5, 2007 in the USA.
Stop My Heart
After Forever is the eponymous fifth and final studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band After Forever. It was released in the United States on September 28, 2007. The bonus track "Lonely" appears on the digipack edition. The album reached No. 6 on the Dutch album charts.
Жизнь в сумерках
Fallen Angel in the Hell
The Quiet Resistance
The Quiet Resistance is the third studio album by the Dutch gothic metal band Nemesea, released in 2011. The album was produced and mixed by Joost van den Broek.
Find the Answer
Any Means Necessary
A Way Away
A Way Away is the fifth album from Finnish pop rock band Indica. This is the band's first English album and it contains English versions of songs from previous albums. The album was released in many editions such as CD, CD + DVD, Deluxe, Diary and Suitcase editions. The album was produced by Tuomas Holopainen from Nightwish.
Lost In Space EP (Chapter 1)
Урфин Джюс и его деревянные солдаты
Beast Within is the second studio album by the Finnish symphonic metal band Katra, released on August 29, 2008 through the independent record label Napalm Records.
Rubicon is the sixth full-length album by the Norwegian band Tristania. It is the first Tristania album to feature female Italian vocalist Mariangela Demurtas, who replaced former frontwoman Vibeke Stene.
Я тот, кто я есть!
Бьемся за небо (feat. Лео Фомин)
The Shadow Theory (Deluxe Bonus Version)
Лети на свет
The End of Life
In the Polish metal scene, guitarist Maurycy Stefanowicz, aka Mauser, is best known for his contributions to the death metal band Vader. But a very different side of Mauser is unveiled on UnSun's debut album, The End of Life, which doesn't sound anything at all like Vader and has nothing whatsoever to do with death metal. Rather, UnSun offers a very commercial take on gothic metal, and like a lot of gothic metal and quasi-gothic metal bands, has a female lead singer. There are stylistic parallels between this melancholy and sorrowful but hard-rocking effort and recordings by Lacuna Coil, Nightwish, Evanescence, and the Gathering, but UnSun's material is decidedly slicker. Slickness, however, isn't really the thing that makes The End of Life problematic. The 42-minute CD's most obvious shortcoming is the fact that Aya, UnSun's lead singer, is unconvincing from a goth perspective. Aya favors a very girlish and childlike vocal style that would be OK on an average Euro-pop or Euro-dance disc but isn't effective in a goth-minded setting. Try to picture a female singer who sounds like she should be auditioning for an Ace of Base or ABBA cover band but somehow ended up in a gothic metal environment instead; that's what this 2008 release sounds like. The End of Life has its good points: the material is generally decent, if derivative, and there is never any doubt that Mauser remains a skillful guitarist. But the bottom line is that until Aya learns to sound more goth and less Euro-pop, UnSun will have a long way to go before enjoying the type of credibility that Lacuna Coil, the Gathering, Nightwish, and Within Temptation have enjoyed in gothic metal.
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