Crimfall signs with Metal Blade

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Metal Blade Records is happy to announce the signing of finnish cinemascope metallers CRIMFALL to its ranks!

Comments CRIMFALL: “We are beyond excited for this opportunity to work with the legendary Metal Blade. Read More

Skyclad – ‘Forward Into the Past’ (2017)

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By: Michel
Rating: 9,5/10
Release: 28 April 2017
Label: Listenable Records

Folks not dead, not at all, and neither is Skyclad. The band started way back in 1990 and is considered one of the very first folk-metal bands. Their first release was in 1991 already and not many bands in this genre can say that. They always had a unique style, with clean singing, fiddles and Irish folk integrated in their music. Which creates this unique sound Read More

Interview with The Flight of Sleipnir

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Colorado USA’s epic The Flight Of Sleipnir have once again leveled everyone with their newest album “Skadi”. Being their 6th full length album for new label Eisenwald, “Skadi” is TFOS at their heaviest and still having a connection to a retro style. Confounding genre tagging and crushing boundaries is what makes TFOS a breath of fresh air. Founding members David Csicsely and Clayton Cushman answered some questions regarding the new album, the new label, the “new” members and a few other things… check it out…

Folk-metal.nl needs you!

As work is increasing we have the need to expand our crew.
Are you a fan of Celtic/folk-punk, Medieval Rock or Folk-metal? In that case you might be one of the folk-heads we need. You don’t have to know any Dutch, Read More

O’Hamster – ‘Gde by my ni byvali’ (2017)

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By: Michel
Rating: 9/10
Release 21 February 2017
Label: Independent / Bandcamp

Ukraine Folk-punk band O’Hamsters released their third album called ‘Gde by my ni byvali’. Into Celtic Punk? Up for something new, or do you know them already? Doesn’t matter, get your ass to Bandcamp and order this album. You can pay, whatever you want! What would you want more? Nothing, absolutely nothing. Read More