Tag: Korpiklaani

Korpiklaani – Jylhä Review

When I first crossed paths with Korpiklaani back in 2006, I took one look at the slipcase promo for Tales Along this Road, and finding them completely ridiculous, promptly discarded and ignored it. I don’t


Fast Rites – Volume 3

Fun! Fun! Fun! Let’s stay away from controversy, shall we? This month, the emphasis is on fun! And, what better way to have fun than to spin a new album from Korpiklaani?! Amidst your snorts of derision,

Korpiklaani – Ukon Wacka Review

Yes, that’s right, that crazy old Finnish guy on the cover of all the Korpiklaani albums since Tales Along This Road is back to encourage you to buy some very strong beer and follow him

Korpiklaani – Karkelo Review

Karkelo, the sixth full length album in seven years by Finland’s Korpiklaani, is essentially the same as their other five albums. Therefore, your opinion is already formed. Review over. What, you need more? Okay here

Korpiklaani – Korven Kuningas Review

Originally written by Keith Fox. 2008 has been good for folk metal devotees so far, especially fans of the Finnish scene.  Not only did Moonsorrow release their awesome and epic Tulimyrsky EP, but the Paganfest tour rolled through Europe

Korpiklaani – Tervaskanto Review

Originally written by Keith Fox. Do you like beer?  Then you should like Tervaskanto.  Korpiklaani has always been considered something of a good times metal band, one that, like Finntroll prior to their most recent release, should be respected for

Korpiklaani – Tales Along This Road Review

Heavy metal folkish polkas… Keep it… You would think as these tunes wafted out my speakers and the traditional instruments of my ancestors plucked the fibers of my heritage I might get all giddy and

Korpiklaani – Voice Of Wilderness Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Okay, I’m just gonna tell you two things about this album. First, it’s from Finland. Second, there is a song called “Beer Beer.” Are you still here…? You read the