18:19 - J. N. Running schedule for Brutal Assault added. [link]
17:35 - Dima Oh I see. If I ever see Sunn live I hope they play this song (with Attila of course) [link]
17:33 - Redn1ght Dima, Abbath = Immortal. They also had problems with the smoke machine and the wind fucking it up. xD Finland's weather was being edgy.
17:30 - Dima Ye, pretty much that Apoth ahah. Maybe a bit more smoke :D Can't go wrong with more smoke
17:27 - Dima Dno who they are. I'll take your word for it though heh. Ideally one would want Sunn in a dark room with smoke machines.
17:26 - Apothecary I don't think I've ever seen a vid of Sunn O))) performing outside. They definitely make sure to set the mood for their performances. This church one is just great [link]
17:23 - Redn1ght Dima, reminds me that in Tuska it was still bright as day when Abbath was performing. It would've been cooler when it was dark but oh well. You can accuse the stupidity of Finnish summer. :P
Black metallers Dark Funeral, now with new frontman Heljarmadr and bassist Natt, have revealed the details of their forthcoming new 7inch and digital single. On February 23rd, the Swedes will return with the release of their new single entitled "Nail Them To The Cross". Besides the title track, that has been released as a video some weeks ago, the single includes another brand new track called "Temple Of Ahriman". Both songs were recorded at Dugout Studios in Uppsala, Sweden and were mixed and mastered by Daniel Bergstrand. The cover artwork was created by Marcelo Vasco. Feast your eyes on the cover art below.
After launching their brand new song and video "Nail Them To The Cross" some days ago (still available here), Swedish black metal horde Dark Funeral now introduces their new frontman Heljarmadr and bassist Natt. The mystery has been revealed.
And now for some new music from Dark Funeral. The Swedish black metallers signed a worldwide deal with Century Media Records and now, after completing the search for a new frontman, unveil the first glimpse at their future releases with their brand new song "Nail Them To The Cross". You can hear the song and watch the video here. Share your thoughts on the band's first new material since 2009's Angelus Exuro Pro Eternus.
In previous updates, black metallers Dark Funeral have referred to the upcoming 20th anniversary show they are preparing. Apart from working on a new album to be released this year, the Swedes have now revealed more about this special show. The anniversary gig entitled 20 years Of Satanic Symphonies will take place at Klubben, Stockholm in Sweden on May 3rd.
While black metallers Dark Funeral haven't released a new album since 2009's Angelus Exuro Pro Eternus, the new album is in the works. The band's mastermind Lord Ahriman has recently posted an update on the band's recent activities discussing the new album, and an exclusive 20th anniversary show in Stockholm, Sweden which is being planned for spring 2014. Also, they are still looking for a new permanent vocalist.
The Swedish black metallers Dark Funeral are celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2013 with a number of festival shows in Europe. At the Graspop Metal Meeting, the group will play a never seen before exclusive setlist. This setlist comprises the debut self-titled EP from 1994 and the whole classical The Secrets Of The Black Arts album from beginning to end with a special pyro show.
Swedish guitarist David Parland has passed away at the age of 42 but the cause of death has yet to be revealed. He was a founding member of the Swedish death metal band Necrophobic and Parland later went on to start Dark Funeral with Lord Ahriman. After that, he joined Infernal.
The Swedes Dark Funeral are celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2013 with a number of festival shows all over Europe. As the band prepares to praise their diabolic past with a very special setlist on some of the summer festivals (expect more details soon), they announced a surprising return for these shows of their classic vocalist: Emperor Magus Caligula. Meanwhile, the band is also looking for a new permanent vocalist.
Swedish black metallers Dark Funeral have recently announced a short set of tour dates down under across Australia. The tour is scheduled for November after they finish their run in North America with Morbid Angel and Grave. The tickets go on sale on June 28th.
With a completely new line-up, Swedish black metallers Dark Funeral are now embarking on tour, dubbed Satanic War Tour - The Return, around South, Central and Latin America. The tour kicks off in November through December.
The black circle has been closed once again and it is with great pleasure that we would like to announce and welcome our new bass player, Zornheym.
Now, that we face our new line up, I must say that the atmosphere and the chemistry within the band feels absolutely fantastic. Furthermore, every single member of Dark Funeral is once again sharing a tremendously strong commitment, an absolute dedication as well as utter professionalism. And I am absolutely sure that what you, our dear fans, soon will be able to witness that this unholy gathering of these five knights in Satan's service is the most sinful and powerful Dark Funeral ever!
We have rehearsed together for a few months already. And it feels like we are already tighter and sound much better than ever before. So once we kick off touring again, we will be like an infernal war machine that will crush everything in its path.
Some of you might be surprised to see a new face at the Hultsfred Festival tonight when Witchery enter the stage to declare Witchkrieg over Sweden.
Explains guitarist Patrik Jensen (also in The Haunted): "We are saddened to announce the departure of Legion (ex-Marduk, ex-Devian), singer of last years Witchery ear crusher, Witchkrieg. Unfortunately, conflicting schedules made a continued collaboration impossible. We are very thankful for Legion's input and work on our latest album, and we wish him only the very best for the future. Witchery will however not remain without a leader to take them thru the netherworlds and beyond. None other than Emperor Magus Caligula (ex-Dark Funeral) has decided to once again adorn his armor, and go off to battle for the better of darkness and evil."
Swedish black metal band Dark Funeral are proud to introduce Steve "Nachtgarm" Marbs as the new vocalist of the band.
Dark Funeral guitarist Lord Ahriman had the following to say: "I must admit that it surely was not an easy task to find a worthy replacement for Emperor Magus Caligula, who has been doing an amazing job for Dark Funeral during the past 15 years. He has not only been "the vocalist" for the band, but also a very good friend of mine and he always will be!
Anyway, 10 months of intense search worldwide have finally given result. And I'm very proud to announce and welcome Steve "Nachtgarm" Marbs (Negator) to the horde.
I think, I can speak for everyone in the band and say that besides completely knocking us down with the strength of his vocals and wide register, what truly blew us away was his presence, energy and the amazing spirit he showed during the final audition. He just came into the rehearsal room, found and took his rightful spot. And then just set the whole place on hellfire!