Omnium Gatherum


Amorphis Live Photos From The Forge In Joliet, IL

Amorphis has been on a massive tour of North America with Dark Tranquillity, Moonspell, and Omnium Gatherum. The tour made a stop at The Forge in Joliet, IL. and I was there to capture the show. Check out the photo gallery below! Want more Amorphis? Check out more coverage here!

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Live Photos: Dark Tranquillity At The Forge In Joliet, IL

Dark Tranquillity recently stopped at The Forge in Joliet, IL and delivered their instantly recognizable brand of Gothenburg melodic death metal to the masses. This is my second time seeing them live (first time was on 70000 Tons of Metal) and they did not disappoint. From classics such as “Lost to Apathy” and new material like “Atoma“, Dark Tranquillity rocked

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Live Photos: Moonspell At The Forge In Joliet, IL

Continuing with our photo coverage from the Amorphis and Dark Tranquillity tour brings us to the second opening act – Moonspell. Here’s another case of, “I’ve heard of them, but haven’t seen them.” Describing themselves as, “Dark Metal“, Moonspell brought their brand of gothic metal to the stage and accentuated it with a look and feel that made me think

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Omnium Gatherum - Live at the Forge in Joliet, IL by Jason Carlson

Live Photos: Omnium Gatherum At The Forge In Joliet, IL

Now that summer is winding down and the European festivals are all but over, bands are starting to make their way back to the USA again! My first show of the fall season happened to be Amorphis, Dark Tranquillity, Moonspell and Omnium Gatherum at The Forge in Joliet, IL. What a kick ass lineup! Getting things kicked off with a

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Omnium Gatherum - The Burning Cold - Cover

Album Review: Omnium Gatherum, “The Burning Cold”

When it comes to melodic death metal, few have struck the balance between engaging hooks and savagery as Omnium Gatherum. These Finns have have showcased a medley of beauty and brutality since their inception in 1996, with each album boasting a more well-formed sound. The culmination is The Burning Cold – at least for now. Emboldened with woozy synthesizers a

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