From the south of Germany, specifically from Freiburg derived formation "Frozen Infinity" has existed since 2001 and providing in "Fragments of I" from her debut album. The disc was produced in the Iguana Studios, where even among other things, Necrophagist, Unlight, Finsterforst, Fragments of Unbecoming or Dead Eyed Sleeper brought their sound to the ball.
Greece is a hotbed for melodic metal, and Sunburst is one of the hottest bands to be rising from there at the moment. Sunburst was founded in 2010 by members of Black Fate and Paradox. Fantastic debut album from the progressive metal band Sunburst! Perfect for fans of Nevermore, Dream Theater and Conception!
Something huge is gathering in Franconia! Since their first storm warning in 2008, WINTERSTORM sent their heavy squalls made out of winter-like Folk and stormy Power Metal through the metal scene three times already. Starting with the grand and widely celebrated debut album “A coming Storm”, continuing with the even more enthralling “Kings Will Fall” and culminating in the hitherto climax in form of the concept album (and debut for Noise Art) “Cathyron”, WINTERSTORM easily made their name known, extravagating all genre borders. Shows on Wacken Open Air (2012), the Heidenfest tour (2013) or as support for Van Canto (2014) are only some of the live highlights in the band‘s history and confirm that WINTERSTORM have been an inherent part of the local scene for years. …
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