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Browsing the "Equilibrium" Tag

Album Review: Equilibrium – Renegades

If there was ever a list of bands which should be much bigger than they are, then Equilibrium would definitely be pretty close to the top on that. The sextet (yes, there’s 6 of them now) from Germany have been [...]

August 19, 2019 Album Reviews

2018 Crew Review: Jim Costin – Senior Editor

Is it really the end of 2018? This year has gone far too quickly for me and has been a little more challenging than others. Real life duties have sadly kept me from doing as much with the site but [...]

December 23, 2018 Features

Interview: Robse & Dom of Equilibrium

Equilibirum have just finished up an extensive European tour with melo-death titans Dark Tranquility. Whilst the tour did not hit UK venues, I got the opportunity whilst over in Paris to have a quick chat and a few beers with [...]

May 13, 2018 Interviews

Gig Review: Dark Tranquillity / Equilibrium / Black Therapy – La Machine du Moulin Rouge, Paris (2nd May 2018)

Tours of this variety very rarely come around. Two bands that are arguably at the top of their game at the moment despite undergoing lineup changes, touring together on the same bill was an event that I did not want [...]

May 5, 2018 Gig Reviews

Monday Video Roundup: Equilibrium, Fensta, Martyrdöd, Weakless Machine

Hung over? Good. Crank these up and suffer – it’ll help, trust me. I’m a doctor.* *No, I’m not. Equilibrium – “Rise Again” German epic metallers, Equilibrium , released their current studio album Armageddon, on August 12th, 2016 through Nuclear [...]

December 26, 2016 Videos

Equilibrium / Heidevolk / Finsterforst – London Underworld, 3rd October 2016

This October London was host to the only UK showing for the Armageddon Tour, headlined by Equilibrium with Heidevolk and Finsterforst as their supports. Having seen Equilibrium before I was rather excited to be going having been two years since [...]

October 12, 2016 Gig Reviews