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October 24 2020

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Black Rose Maze
Black Rose Maze

Rosa Laricchiuta is the vocal powerhouse behind Black Rose Maze. Her abilities are being showcased currently in the #1 hit collaboration "Heroes." Rosa is a rocker from Montral, Canada and participated in the French-language version of The Voice Canada. In addition to this, she's toured with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra since 2016. Who knows if her new band's success will be a factor in her work with the TSO?

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    October 24 , 2020

    Nightwish As the smash multi-song collaboration led by Luna Akire drops out of #1 this week, chart veterans Amaranthe move up to the top spot with "Helix." And while it's their first #1 in 3 years, it's more important to note that this is their 5th #1, which puts them into an elite group we call the "Over 5 Club." They join bands like Within Temptation, Delain, Nickelback, and The Tea Party here. Jorn and Cecile Monique both move up 5 this week!

    IllumishadeNightwish returns with another release from their latest CD...Snake Charmer returns with her second-ever chart appearance...and newcomers Illumishade arrive for the first time with "World's End." You may recognize the voice, though - it's Fabienne Erni, the lead vocalist from Eluveitie. And like Eluveitie, they're also from Switzerland.

    The Holderness FamilyThe corona virus has enveloped the world and we are certainly in a very different time - of pandemic, social distancing, racial inequity, and job loss. That's why we keep adding to our Pandemic Playlist, with many entries from the Holderness Family to keep us laughing: Pandemic Playlist."

    Top 50 of 2019 is here!

    DelainThe Top 50 of 2019 is topped by a Dutch band who's had 18 hits on Rock Rips, including 8 #1s since 2009. And #2 is from a Canadian band new to the Rips!

    Top 50 of 2018 is here!

    Who could it be? Click to find out!The Top 50 of 2018 has been way too long getting here. It's here now, though - do you remember who might have had the biggest hit of two years ago? Here's a hint: like every other #1 of the year since 2015, it's from a band that's brand new to our charts that year. Want another hint? For the first time since 2003, it's a Canadian band!

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