Crownshift (Nightwish, Children Of Bodom) Drop Single and Video for “A World Beyond Reach” and Reveal Album Details



Earlier this year, Finnish metal supergroup, Crownshift, shared their very first single, “If You Dare.” Now the band have announced their self-titled album (on which the track will appear) is due out on May 10th, 2024 via Nuclear Blast Records. Conjoined with this update, they have just unveiled another single, “A World Beyond Reach,” complete with a music video. Head into the article below for the new track and more.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Ryujin – Ryujin


The new year is off to a good start because Ryujin’s shining new self-titled album Ryujin (Napalm Records) is about to be released. Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Children of Bodom – A Chapter Called Children of Bodom (Final Show in Helsinki Ice Hall 2019) 


On December 15, 2019, Children of Bodom played their final show in the Helsinki Ice Hall. A fitting venue for the Finnish band who had been plying their trade of Melodic Death Metal with a distinct influence of Classic Hard Rock for over twenty years. 

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY – New Rock and Metal Releases 12-15-23


What new albums are you excited for this week!?

 

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PREVIEW: New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases 12-15-23


What new albums are you excited for this week!?

 

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Crownshift (Nightwish, Children Of Bodom) Announce Debut Album, Signing to Nuclear Blast


Comprising of members coming from Nightwish, Children Of Bodom, Wintersun, and Finntroll, new Finnish metal band, Crownshift have just signed to Nuclear Blast Records. They have also recently joined the roster of Till Dawn They Count Ltd management (Nightwish, Beast In Black, Sonata Arctica). This comes in sync with the announcement that their debut album is coming, it’s first single and music video due to land January 17th. Keep reading for more.

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Children of Bodom Announce Last Ever Album


Finnish melodic death metallers, Children of Bodom, are to release the closing album of their career. A Chapter Called… Children of Bodom (Final Show in Helsinki Ice Hall 2019) is a full live recording of their farewell performance, four years ago, featuring sadly deceased founding member and guitarist, Alexi Laiho. It is due out on 15th December via Spinefarm Records.

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Children of Bodom’s Alexi Laiho’s Official Cause of Death Announced


We are still mourning the shocking loss of Metal legend and former Children of Bodom and Bodom After Midnight vocalist and guitarist Alexi Laiho, who died after a long illness earlier in 2021. Now his wife and closest friend Kimberly Goss (former vocalist of Sinergy, Avernus, Ancient), has revealed in a post on Instagram the cause of his death at just 41 years old. She wrote As his legal widow, this morning I received the final forensic report with the official cause of Alexi’s passing. The certificate reads in Finnish, “Alkoholin aiheuttama maksan rasvarappeutuminen ja haiman sidekudostuminen”. The English translation is, “Alcohol-induced degeneration of the liver and pancreas connective tissue”. Furthermore, he had a cocktail of painkillers, opioids and insomnia medication in his system.

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Rockers React to the Passing of Alexi Laiho of Children of Bodom


With the news of the sudden passing of guitar hero and Melodic Death Metal leader Alexi Laiho of Children of Bodom and recently Bodom After Midnight, stars from across the music world have shared their condolences and memories. A who’s who of artists paid respects, as well as press notices from his current label Napalm Records, and his former label Nuclear Blast Records as well. 

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Former Children of Bodom Guitarist Alexi Laiho Has Died, Age 41


Internationally acclaimed guitarist and meta frontman Alexi Laiho who rose to fame with his former band Children of Bodom has died. He was 41. His label Napalm Records announced the news. He died in his home in Helsinki last week. The 41-year-old had suffered from long-term health issues in the years leading up to his death. He was due to release an album with his new band Bodom After Midnight, the successor to CoB in the coming months. Continue reading