Danish progressive metallers ANUBIS GATE will release their sixth album, "Horizons", on April 15 via Nightmare Records. ANUBIS GATE hit the studio in the summer of 2013 to record "Horizons", which sees the band's unmistakable sound going again to new places… places perhaps one would call daring. From the liquid grooves to uneven time signatures, trademark soundscapes and heavy, sometimes even thrash metal, riffing you will know this is both in the tradition of the band yet breaks new ground.
Stylistically Anubis Gate is conglomeration of the classic 80’s heavy metal, a more epic 90’s ambience and a dark progressiveness of our days. You could describe is as metal with beautiful soundscapes, cool riffing, and a clear and powerful vocal performance. Musical inspirations for Anubis Gate are such acts as Queensryche, Iron Maiden, Lord Bane, Tad Morose, Iced Earth, Crimson Glory, Fates Warning, King Crimson, Genesis & Savatage, but really Anubis Gate is in a niche of themselves.
'To Travel For Evermore,' the second album from the Danish metal band Wuthering Heights, is the sequel to their celebrated debut 'Within'. This second part of a projected musical trilogy finds the band with a new and stronger lineup.
Anubis is a Progressive Rock band from Sydney in Australia. The band formed around the nucleus of songwriters Robert James Moulding (Vocals) and David Eaton (Keyboards), and features Steven Eaton on drums, Douglas Skene (Hemina) and Dean Bennison on guitars, and Nick Antoinette on bass. This combo recorded the critically acclaimed debut studio LP, '230503' in 2009, which was produced by guitarist Dean Bennison. The album has since gained a modest yet keen following and positive reputation worldwide, ranking high on 2009's 'progarchives' chart; voted 'album of the week' during June 2010 by 'musicwaves' in France…