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Voodoo Kungfu

Formed: 2005
From: Beijing, China
Last Known Status: Active

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Orphaned Land Announces North American Tour

Orphaned Land is excited to reveal plans for a headlining North American tour later this fall following a featured performance at the prestigious ProgPower USA festival in Atlanta, GA on September 6th.

The tour will feature support from Swedish industrial metal outfit Pain and Chinese metallists' Voodoo Kungfu on select dates. Tickets are on sale now and the full tour routing can be found below.

Vocalist and founding member Kobi Farhi comments, "After 6 years of absence we are thrilled to be back and tour North America!we've missed all our fans all over the states and can't wait to rock you all. Let's all get ready for some Oriental Metal party!" More...

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Orphaned Land Unite All As One In London

In the modern world, metal music truly has become international. It's reached all four corners of the globe, touching music lovers for all manner of different reasons. Recently, a tour rolled into London which summed up the far reaching power of metal, featuring bands from Europe, Asia and South America and offering a wide variety of sounds and sights. I was lucky enough to be able to attend the show and witness the unifying power of a genre that has been dismissed far too many times as a negative influence.

Having unfortunately missed out on the opening act, Chilean progressive metal veterans Crisálida, I was able to catch Russian symphonic metal act, Imperial Age. Though I'd never heard of the group before, they were very striking in a number of ways. Firstly, the vocals, provided mostly by Anna "Kiara" Moiseeva but aided expertly by keyboardists Alexander "Aor" Osipov and Jane "Corn" Odintsova, are absolutely breath taking, showing off their classically trained voices in an awe inspiring way. The music which accompanies the singing is just as epic and grand in sound, while even the band's attire was memorable, with Osipov dressed in what could best be described as a general's uniform. For those who like symphonic metal, Imperial Age are a band one simply must check out. They could well be the next stars of the genre. More...

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