Symphonic Metal

Whispering Woods-Perditus Et Dea

Artist: 
Whispering Woods
Release: 
Perditus Et Dea
Label: 
Loud Rage Music

It's great to get some new music from “Whispering Woods” (even if it has been almost a year since this album’s release), they are a Symphonic/Gothic/Doom Metal band from Cluj-Napoca, Romania. “Perditus Et Dea” was released after about four years since this band’s first debut album “Perditus Et Dea” yet with this release we're greeted with more dark mysticism in the form of symphonic metal.

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Aghast Afterglow-Imaging

Artist: 
Aghast Afterglow
Release: 
Imaging
Label: 
Revalve Records

 The year is almost to an end and we have seen some pretty good releases so far, from all subgenres of metal. The creativity and the flare never stopped burning and for sure metal still has it. While I am mostly a fan of harsher forms of metal, an occasional chilled and softer album comes by okay. In this case a prosperous gothic and symphonic metal duo from Italy. Actually, Aghast Afterglow was a duo just couple of weeks ago.

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Phantasma-The Deviant Hearts

Artist: 
Phantasma
Release: 
The Deviant Hearts
Label: 
Napalm Records

 PHANTASMA is an enchanting name for a symphonic metal/rock band that has created a phantasmagoric album “The Deviant Heart”. The band members are Charlotte Wessels (DELAIN), Georg Neuhauser (SERENITY) and Oliver Philipps (EVERON), album session members are Jason Gianni (TRANSSIBERIAN ORCHESTERA) – Drums and Randy George (NEAL MORSE BAND) – Bass. PHANTASMA was born from the longstanding ambition to create a story-driven concept record of Georg Neuhauser.

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The A.X.E. Project-Stories From A Lost Realm: Part Two

Artist: 
The A.X.E. Project
Release: 
Stories From A Lost Realm: Part Two
Label: 
Art Gates Records

 This is the highly acclaimed and long-awaited album from this hybrid Symphonic Progressive Gothic Metal band “The A.X.E Project”. This album will be making its worldwide release on November 30th 2015. About this band, they were formed around the year 2001 in Bulgaria with six gothic trended band members: Petya Plukchieva (Female Vocals, Soprano), Rossen Georgiev (Guitars), Georgi Georgiev (Bass, Vocals), Martín Emilov (Lead Guitar), Yordan Todorov (Keyboards) and Stoyan Petrov (Drums).

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Whispering Woods- Fairy Woods (Reimagined)

Artist: 
Whispering Woods
Release: 
Fairy Woods (Reimagined)
Label: 
Loud Rage Music

 Looking for a Romanian Dark Symphonic Gothic Metal band with mind enchanting vocals? If you answered with “Yes, yes definitely yes!” Whispering Woods is all that you’ll need. Although they are not quite famous globally, they seem to have a good reputation around Romania and getting more popular as we speak.

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Interview Elegy of Madness

ΕLEGY OF MADNESS  is a band formed back in 2006, released their full length album 'The Bridge of Sighs' in 2009 that scored quite a number of positive reviews.

Interview Agharti

''AGHARTI is a Croatian female-fronted metal band that has gathered numerous positive comments after the
release of their debut album "Change". On this occasion, we sat down with Iva, the keyboard player of
the band in order to give us some more info about AGHARTI. Here is the interview, subexistance readers:''

 

MACBETH

Founded in 1995 by the drummer Fabrizio Cislaghi, MACBETH debuts with "Romantic Tragedy's Crescendo" in 1998 The feedback on their first album, was extremely positive and they got some very good reviews reviews everywhere.Fabrizio gives an interview for subexistance.

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland has been created in 2005 by Alisa Shakor (vocal and guitar) and Julia Levera (drums). Initially the structure was intended to be female. The band developed, experimented. For better realization of my ideas I really needed a second guitar. As a result of searches of the second guitarist the concept of exclusively female band has been destroyed. Alisa answers some questions to subexistance.

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