Preview

The Three Goddesses of Metal: The Best Songs from the Top Female Fronted Bands in Metal; Nightwish, Within Temptation, and Epica

Nightwish, Within Temptation & Epica

2014

Album


The Three Goddesses of Metal: The Best Songs from the Top Female Fronted Bands in Metal; Nightwish, Within Temptation, and Epica

Nightwish, Within Temptation & Epica

Released: 07/08/2014

Genre: Metal

℗ 2014 Infernal Racket



  • Planet Hell

  • Dangerous (feat. Howard Jones)

  • Storm the Sorrow

  • Explicit Lyrics

    And We Run (feat. Xzibit)

  • Delirium

  • Phantom of the Opera

  • Monopoly on Truth

  • Paradise (What About Us?) [feat. Tarja]

  • The Siren

  • Unleashed

  • Whole World Is Watching (feat. Dave Pirner)

  • The Kinslayer

  • Never Enough

  • Edge of the World

14 songs

Song lyrics

No song lyrics have been entered for this album.
No song lyrics have been entered for this album.

Advertising

Show moreShow less

Advertising

Videos

  • Within Temptation - Paradise (What About Us?) ft. Tarja

    25,355,612 visualizations

  • nightwish and within temptation - gatekeeper

    5,897 visualizations

  • Somewhere - The Best Duet Ever

    7,128,090 visualizations

comments

 

Enjoy it!
by Nashbi - 24/11/2016
 

GD – http://sh.st/4SZi3W

 

VK – http://adf.ly/xHySALo

 

 


 

 

Temptational Wish
by 58b85 - 24/11/2016
 

Nightwish and Within Temptation both have had some of the better female singers in music today. Sharon is fantastic with Within Temptation and is my second favorite female vocalist in music. Tarja is still the greatest female vocalist that I have ever heard. Simone (Epica) has a wonderful voice, but Epica is a horrible band who writes terrible death metal growling music that destroys the beauty of her voice. Simone would be better advised to leave Epica and allow people to hear her sing with a band who plays beyond a juvenile level (her guest spot in Kamelot for example).

 

 


 

 

Great Bands
by KyP1996 - 24/11/2016
 

Great

 

 


 

 

Uhhh
by Linnii - 24/11/2016
 

Does anyone know where I can find the studio recording of nightwish’s phantom of the opera? Because honestly, the live version isn’t that great.

 

Published by: Nashbi  |  24/11/2016 03:48:43  |  4 comments