Swedish heavy metal act Sabaton are set to release their new album “The Great War” on July 19th, 2019. Now the band reveals their second single, called “The Red Baron”.
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Legendary heavy metal group Riot V presents the “Live In Japan 2018” album, released by AFM Records on August 2, 2019. In 2018 Riot played “Thundersteel” in its entirety at Club Citta in Japan. This live concert will now be brought to the screen (and stereo) for heavy metal fans around the world.
Kryptos, the spearhead of the Indian Metal revolution have launched the official video single “Afterburner” off upcoming album “Afterburner”, which will be released by AFM Records on June 21, 2019.
Two months ago, Swedish riff lords Grand Magus released their new studio album “Wolf God” through Nuclear Blast. Now the band presents the official video clip of the Song “Untamed”. The full animated video clip was done by Martin Björnlund.
Sanctuary have announced two European festival shows this summer and will tour North America in July performing the entire “Refuge Denied” album.
Swedish metallers Enforcer have just unleashed their fifth studio album “Zenith” via Nuclear Blast. To mark the occasion, the quartet has launched a music video for “Regrets”, an English adaption of Terminal’s song “Zadnji Izlet”.
German heavy metal act Majesty will release their ninth Majesty studio album, “Legends”, on June 28th. The track “Burn The Bridges” has just been released as a first teaser from the upcoming album.
As previously reported here at Stargazed Magazine, Swedish heavy metal riff lords Grand Magus will release their ninth album “Wolf God” on April 19th, 2019 via Nuclear Blast.The third single, “A Hall Clad In Gold”, can now be heard in a visualizer video.
On April 26, 2019, Swedish metallers Enforcer will unleash their fifth studio album “Zenith” via Nuclear Blast. The second single, “Searching For You”, is now available as a Spanish version, “Voy A Encontrarte”. In addition, the band has launched the second album trailer, in which Olof and Jonas reveal more info about the creation of their new record.
Yesterday, Japan’s traditional heavy metal band Anthem released their re-recorded greatest hits album “Nucleus” and to celebrate the occasion, they have also unveiled a new live video for “Gypsy Ways”. This track is taken from their eponymous 1988 album of which a live version is available as bonus CD with “Nucleus”.
Keyboardist Janne Björkroth states, “‘Endless Summer’ brings a little bit of sunshine to the album. It’s a light-hearted summer song which takes us on a nostalgic trip, back to a carefree summer some years ago. We recommend for this song to be used when driving on a sunny day. Put the radio on, roll the window down and let the wind blow through your hair.”
Anthem have now unveiled a new live-video for the song ‘Cryin Heart’ featuring guest drummer Mad Ohuchi. The track is taken from their 1988 album “Gypsy Ways” and a live version of this album will be available as bonus CD with “Nucleus”.
The Manowar concert scheduled for July 18, 2019 at Gasklockorna in Gävle, Sweden, will no longer take place. All ticket buyers will receive a refund automatically from Tickster within the next couple of days.
The Brits have gradually infused their unrelenting modern metal with strains of melodic metal, topping their neckbreakingly precise riffs with fierce hooklines and anthemic choruses begging to be screamed back at the band in sold out stadiums.
The band now unveil a live video for the song ‘Bad Habits Die Hard’ from their 1988 album “Gypsy Ways”.
Japan’s leading traditional heavy metal band Anthem will release their re-recorded greatest hits album “Nucleus” on March 29th via Nuclear Blast.