After success playing together with “Raised Fist”, it is now clear that the Swedish band “Imminence” is...
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American prog metal pioneers Dream Theater have announced two shows in Stockholm next year with the theme: “The Distance Over Time Tour – Celebrating 20 years of Scenes From A Memory”. Tickets go on sale on September 16th at 10 am.
British legendary hard rock act Magnum have announced six concerts in Scandinavia next year. The band released their 20th album “Lost On The Road To Eternity” in 2018. Tickets will be released tomorrow.
Swedish melodic rock act Art Nation will release their third album, “Transition”, on October 25th. Now the band have announced the “Transition Release Show” which will take place in Gothenburg on the same day as the album’s release.
Icelandic post-metal act Sólstafir have announced a Stockholm concert in December. This will be an exclusive gig to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their third album “Köld”. The album will be performed in full.
French metal core act Betraying The Martyrs have announced two Swedish concerts in October. The supporting acts on these shows will be Underside from Nepal and Shrezzers from Russia. Tickets are available now.
Dutch symphonic metal act Delain have announced 4 Scandinavian concerts in spring 2020.
Norwegian progressive metal act Conception reunited in 2018 after a 20 year hiatus. The band will release their fifth album early 2020 followed by a European headlining tour. The tour includes a stop in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 24th.
Norwegian black metal legends Mayhem has announced two shows in Stockholm and Gothenburg. The support for these shows will be Gaahls WYRD with former Gorgoroth frontman Gaahl. Tickets are available now.
The former Hanoi Rocks frontman has announced two shows in Stockholm and Gothenburg this fall. Tickets will be available on May 10th at 10 am.
Last month Beast In Black performed two sold out shows in Stockholm and Gothenburg. The band now announce they will be return to Scandinavia this autumn for two shows in Oslo and Gothenburg.
In addition to the incinerating shrieks that you might expect in black metal, you’ll hear also reverberating liturgical chants in Church Slavonic – the language used in the Orthodox Church, something also reflected in clothes and stage show.