00:55 - mz nice avantgardiesh blackish metal from 2015 [link] missed it all
23:56 - psykometal Speaking of that, gotta figure out how we're going to reflect the obvious member change from a male to female bass player (of which the popular, and seemingly obvious, opinion is that said new female bassist is Sean Yseult... :/
Ever since Dark Tranquillity announced their forthcoming album, Atoma, I have been incredibly eager to listen to a first track, and here it comes! Courtesy of Century Media Records and their official YouTube channel we are offered a video and a chance to listen to "The Pitiless".
On November 4th, 2016, Dark Tranquillity will release their 11th album Atoma worldwide through Century Media Records and start their North American headline tour. Fans needing a first taste of the album can hear the new track, "The Pitiless" this Friday. To keep the excitement going, the band will also debut a video for the song on September 26th, over at the Century Media Records YouTube channel. So, exciting things are coming really soon. For now, check out the song titles and album formats below.
Finally, some news regarding Dark Tranquillity's new album! In fact, now we know the title, release date and how the album cover looks like. The follow-up to Construct will drop on November 4th, 2016 through Century Media Records. It's called Atoma and the Swedish metallers are currently recording it. The striking cover artwork was once again created by the band's guitarist Niklas Sundin. Feast your eyes on it below.
Gothenburg sons Dark Tranquillity are facing a major line-up change. They just lost their founding member Martin Henriksson. From 1989 to 1998, he played bass in the band and then switched to guitar. The charismatic guitarist amicably left the band a couple of months ago after he lost the passion for playing music. The band is currently putting the finishing touches on the material for their next album.
Swedes Dark Tranquillity are pleased to announce that they will headline a North American tour this fall featuring support from Swallow The Sun, Enforcer, and Starkill. The band is currently busy working on their upcoming new effort, which will be of course presented on this upcoming tour. Confirmed tour dates are available down under. More will be added soon.
Dark Tranquillity's latest album Construct came out two years ago. While fans might be eager for a new album, for now the Gothenburg metal kings have released a new video. Check out below the brand new Dark Tranquillity video clip for the track "The Science Of Noise". Moreover, bassist Anders Iwers (Tiamat, Avatarium) will join the band on their upcoming live appearances as well as stand-in guitarist Erik Jacobson (Deals Death), who replaces Niklas Sundin while he is on parental duties.
The Swedes Dark Tranquillity have toured with Insomnium before and now they are doing it again. This time, both bands are joining forces for a North American tour to happen at the beginning of next year. The last album the band released was Construct in 2013. As for Insomnium, they released a new album this year called Shadows Of The Dying Sun. Check out below the January dates for 2015.
There is more Dark Tranquillity music coming your way. The band is kicking off their North American tour in a couple weeks where they will be selling a 7" single called A Memory Construct exclusively on the road. The single will be available digitally on March 3rd in Europe. Recorded during the Construct sessions, it contains two songs, it is limited to 500 copies worldwide and is available on a transparent red wax. Featured tracks are "A Memory Construct" and "Sorrows Architect", previously only available as a limited flexi 7" released with issue #106 of Decibel magazine.
Swedes Dark Tranquillity, who are this evening starting their massive world tour (in support of their latest album Construct), have today announced another set of tour dates, this time for Latin America. The 5-date tour is scheduled in January next year, just before the band will begin their march across the North American fields.
Dark Tranquillity's European Construct Tour starts next month and the band has revealed a special guest for selected dates on the tour. Some of the group's old classics will be performed with none other than Tristania's singer Mariangela "Mary" Demurtas on female vocals. So, Tristania will be supporting DT and Mariangela Demurtas will have a double duty.
Dark Tranquillity will be returning to Australia next March for a tour, it will be their first time back since 2006. The Swedes are currently promoting their latest release Construct which is now available through Century Media Records. Dark Tranquillity will be supported nationally by Orpheus Omega and will also be joined by Be'lakor for the Sydney and Brisbane shows.
Dark Tranquillity will be bringing the Construct tour to USA and Canada in early 2014, and the band's good buddies in Omnium Gatherum are confirmed for the main support slot for all dates. Exmortus from California will be the openers. The complete list of dates can be found below, and tickets are already available for purchase here. The band has also made the decision not to bring in a new bass player at this point and will instead use bass on a backing track on live shows.
Female-fronted gothic metallers from Norway Tristania are delighted to announce that they will be supporting Swedes Dark Tranquillity on their upcoming headlining European Construct Tour this November/December. Tristania will be performing in support of their latest critically acclaimed album, Darkest White, which was released on May 31st through Napalm Records.
While Dark Tranquillity had to cancel their latest European tour last year, European fans will have the chance to see the gothenburg metallers headlining again this year in support of their new album Construct. The Swedes have just confirmed some tour dates which you can see below. More to be added shortly.
As if releasing their new album Construct wasn't enough, Dark Tranquillity are currently streaming the exclusive track "Sorrow's Architect". The song is featured on a subscriber-only flexi disc in the upcoming issue of Decibel magazine. However, there are some limited copies of the magazine featuring the 7" that can be ordered here. You now can stream "Sorrow's Architect" over here.