German goths Crematory have just shared a new video for the song "Haus Mit Garden", one of the songs taken from their newest album, Monument. In the following months, they will be touring mostly at home turf in Germany. Enjoy the music video here.
German gothic metallers Crematory just shared a new video for the tune ''Ravens Calling'' from new album Monument to celebrate the record's release (April 15th) via Steamhammer/SPV. This new album marks their 25th anniversary. Have you already listened to the album? Watch the video here.
The first taste of Crematory's new album Monument is here. The gothic metallers recently unveiled the new single "Misunderstood" and released a video for it. You can watch the video over here or alternatively below via YouTube. Monument is set to drop on April 15th via SPV/Steamhammer Records to celebrate their 25th anniversary.
German gothic metallers Crematory will bring us a new studio album called Monument on April 15th, 2016 via Steamhammer/SPV. Their newest 12-track record will mark a return to metallic toughness by the band from Mannheim. The album also marks their 25th anniversary.
After recruiting two new guitarists, German gothic metallers Crematory have entered the Kohlekeller-Studios in September, to record their new studio album Monument, which will be released through Steamhammer/SPV, for their 25th anniversary, in the spring of 2016. This album will follow Antiserum and the group promises a return to their roots.
After 17 years with Crematory, guitar player Matthias Hechler decided to leave the band in early 2015, to concentrate on his private life and to explore new musical horizons. The successors are confirmed now, and for the first time ever, Crematory will play with two guitarists from now on. The band recruited two experienced guitarists: Tosse Basler, who will be handling the rhythm guitar and the clean vocals, and Rolf Munkes as the new lead guitarist.
The Germans Crematory will take a break from all their live activities in 2015, to focus 100% on the new album and its recording. All planned shows for 2015 had to be postponed to 2016. But the gothic metallers won't laze around as they started writing new songs in January and will enter the studio from the mid of May until the end of June for the new album, which will be released in early 2016 in time for their 25th anniversary. Check out below their third video from the latest album Antiserum for "Virus". It was recorded at the legendary Wacken Open Air in 2014.
Crematory have released the second video off their impending new album Antiserum. After "Shadowmaker", now it is time to hear the song "Kommt Näher". The German gothic metallers release their new album on March 4th in North America and February 24th in Europe via Steamhammer/SPV.
German gothic metal band Crematory has released a new video for the song "Shadowmaker" from the upcoming album Antiserum, coming to you next year. The video is directed by Dirk Weiler. Check it out below. This is also the first song the band shares from the new opus.
German gothic metal group Crematory finally has some news about their new album which will follow 2010's Infinity. Their new album already has a title, Antiserum, and is scheduled for release on February 24th, 2014. The band signed a deal with Steamhammer/SPV for its release.
German gothic metallers Crematory have revealed more details about their upcoming album Infinity, to be released on January 29 2010. Here's what the official press release says:
"Lyrically and vocally Crematory use again English lyrics on Infinity but also two german tracks have made it on the album. The splitted vocals of Felix and Matthias, the extreme duel of clean vocals and deep growls surely was kept and even improved.
Crematory deliver hot fireworks of their catchy trademark tunes, topped with massive guitar riffing which turned out heavier and darker than on their previous albums. Gothic-Thrash-Metal is exactly the right description for this new masterpiece.
A cover tune can never beat the original - Crematory know that too but they already proved quality versions of Sisters Of Mercy's "Temple of Love" and Metallica's "One" in the past which undoubtly have their own characteristic sound.