Limited to 500 pieces, the single features a TNT cover and will be out on June 26th.
Last week, on April 1st., the band headlined the Verftet online music festival in Bergen. The online event was streamed and can be seen here until April, 22nd
Norway’s avantgarde metal heroes Enslaved have presented the cover artwork for their upcoming album “Utgard” and a few other details about the upcoming release as well.
Norwegian black metal legend Abbath will visit Sweden this coming weekend for two shows in Gothenburg and Stockholm.
Cradle Of Filth have announced the mutual departure of keyboardist Lindsay Schoolcraft from amidst the band’s ranks. Lindsay has been with the band for the last 7 years and in that time has been privy to a massive resurgence both on record and live.
Swedish black metal masters Dark Funeral have released a brand new live video for “Beast Above Man”, taken from their latest opus “Where Shadows Forever Reign”.
Behemoth will release the “I Loved You At Your Darkest Tour Edition” on January 24th. Now the band have released an official music video for “Rom 5:8”.
“Frost Embalmed Abyss” is the third and final single taken from Svarttjern’s upcoming fifth full-length album “Shame Is Just A Word”.
In October 2018 Behemoth released the gripping album “I Loved You At Your Darkest” and now the band return once again spread the word of the unholy. In January 2020, the band will release the “I Loved You At Your Darkest Tour Edition”.
The True Norwegian Black Metal legends Mayhem recently released their sixth studio album, “Daemon”. The band have now released the official music video for the third single, “Falsified & Hated”.
This imagery is backed up with a ferocious soundtrack, which includes elements of death metal, grindcore, black metal, sludge, doom, drone – with Ryan’s vocals broader and more fully realized than ever before.
December Darkness will return for a 2019 edition at Dynamo in Norrköping, Sweden on December 28th.
Beside the LP Box Set there will also be a Ltd. CD Mediabook in a noble Slipcase featuring a similar alternate artwork, which also contains the 2 original bonus tracks.
The result is a volatile mix that ranges from synthwave/retrowave to the most raging and extreme caverns of black metal.
Named after an Old Church Slavonic word for “God,” “Hospodi” enhances all the unique qualities that made the band such an instant phenomenon, while offering an entirely distinct and fresh sensory experience. The album boasts the most ferocious and bewitching songs the band has penned to date – along with a newfound sense of rock swagger.
Swedish melodic black metal band Istapp will release their fourth album, “The Insidious Star”, on April 26th