Ahead of the European Metal Festival Alliance virtual weekend, we spoke to Bloodstock’s Vicky Hungerford about the EMFA and the future of festivals.
Having joined forces for the European Metal Alliance, the full line-up has now been announced for the August virual weekender. Get info here.
Apocalyptica, the Finnish multi-platinum masters of cello-rock are back with more new music. This time around, the quartet partnered…
In preparation for the release of their ninth studio album, Cell-0, we spoke with Apocalyptica member Paavo Lötjönen about the new record and Apocalyptica’s rise to fame, including their influencing of Metallica’s S&M record.
Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall played host to an evening of loud, powerful, and glorious heavy power metal when Hammerfall and Sabaton came through town.
Sabaton’s new Nuclear Blast-released album, The Great War, manages to deliver as an intriguing and well-composed record that will surely delight battle-hardened fans in the UK and beyond, even if it is guilty of, at times, playing it safe.
Sabaton inductees need look no further than Carolus Rex – this is the album that encapsulates the band’s unique style and sensitive subject matter, whilst still delivering a full-length that maintains consistency after six years.
Bloodstock organisers have confirmed that German rock legends The Scorpions will be the Sunday night headliner joining the previously announced Sabaton as two of the three headline acts.
Bloodstock organisers have announced their first headliner for 2019 in the form of Swedish metal warriors Sabaton. Get more info here.
Whilst this album does not quite hit an all-time high throughout, The Sacrament of Sin is still an enjoyable release from the German werewolves in Powerwolf. Out now on Napalm Records.
Sabaton and Kreator headed out on a co-headlining tour, with the support of Cyhra, and stopped at The Paramount Theater in Huntington, NY on a chilly Sunday evening.
Swedish metal heavies Sabaton united with German thrashers Kreator on this co-headlining tour and stopped by Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre.
The Pool Deck Stage was open and ready for an epic party with headliner Sabaton on Day 2 of 70000tons of Metal.
Follow The Cipher, a band who feature Sabaton collaborator Ken Kängström, have announced a deal with Nuclear Blast Records.