Episode #62: The Ecliptic Infinity After the Hallowed Grave

Episode #62: The Ecliptic Infinity After the Hallowed Grave

SonOfOdin lets Rock-Lobster Johnson program most of this episode with new albums from DragonForce and Alestorm. SonOfOdin indulges some ’80s metal flashbacks with Chicago’s Satan’s Hallow, while Rock-Lob opts to revisit some classic Finnish power metal with Sonata Arctica’s first album.

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New Releases:

DragonForce : Reaching Into Infinity (2017)
DragonForce are a British power metal band based in London. They are known for their long and fast guitar solos, fantasy-themed lyrics, and retro video game-influenced electronic sounds in their music.
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Alestorm : No Grave But The Sea (2017)
Scotland’s Alestorm is possibly the most-recognized pirate-themed metal band today and are responsible for bringing the keytar back into vogue.
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Local/Indie Band:

Satan’s Hallow : Satan’s Hallow (2017)
Satan’s Hallow are a female-fronted traditional heavy metal band from Chicago, Illinois, USA. The band channels the early 1980s’ European sound with some occult overtones.
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Heavy Metal Valhalla:

Sonata Arctica : Ecliptica (1999)
Sonata Arctica is a Finnish power metal band with songs centering around fantasy and philosophical themes. Their music often incorporates elements of symphonic and progressive metal as well as lots of vocal harmonization.
Get this album: Amazon.comiTunesCD UniverseSpotify


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