01:45 - Karlabos Death Rabbits? Yep. Already know them =]
01:28 - moonflash Karlabos, this might be something you like. ;) [link]
00:50 - Redn1ght Last time radio was good in Finland was when they played Paranoid on typically Pop radio. :p
00:46 - Karlabos That's why i don't read lyrics :3 Pls i don't listen to anything that is sang on my native language
00:39 - Gothmog_Motsham @Red I always knew they suck but never cared to read the lyrics before until my niece brought my attention to the matter. I was shocked I had no idea their lyrics is that shallow and mind freezing. You literally stop thinking
Unearth also premiered new music today. While the metalcore outfit hasn't released a new album since 2011 Darkness In The Light, they are now gearing up to release Watchers Of Rule. The new offering will be out on October 28th via eOne Music. In anticipation, the group has debuted online a new track, "The Swarm." Check it out below and let us know what you think about it.
Drone doom providers Earth are pleased to announce a full US tour in support of their upcoming new effort, Primitive And Deadly, to be released on September 2nd via Southern Lord Recordings. Opening act on all dates will be King Dude and tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am local time. Additionally, Earth had already confirmed a set of European summer tour dates, which can be found below the US tour list.
US droners, Earth, announced that their newest song "From The Zodiacal Light" is currently streaming over at Pitchfork. The song is taken from Earth's forthcoming album, called Primitive And Deadly, which is due out in September via Southern Lord. You can stream the song here.
Unfortunately, Iced Earth will have to cancel this summer's festivals and headline shows. The group's mastermind and guitarist Jon Schaffer will undergo neck surgery again, for a problem he has sustained for quite some time. He was advised to do the surgery as fast as possible. Hopefully, Schaffer can have a full recovery.
Drone doom metallers Earth have announced their full August European tour dates and also confirmed that they will be previewing songs from their next record to be titled Primitive And Deadly. The output is coming out worldwide this September on Southern Lord Recordings (with a final street date to be announced shortly). This new studio album follows Angels Of Darkness, Demons Of Light II. Also, check out their upcoming tour dates below.
Beneath the burden of their fans' anticipation with regards to the new vocalist, Barren Earth plans to enter the studio in March to partially record the follow-up to their 2012 release, The Devil's Resolve. Due to keyboardist Kasper Mårtenson's schedule conflicts, they will return to the studio to finish off the album later in the year. Jón Aldará, who stepped in for renowned Swallow The Sun frontman Mikko Kotamäki, hails from Faroe Islands doom metal band Hamferð. You can read up on the subject over here and here.
Following the departure of Mikko Kotamäki due to conflicting schedules a few months ago, Barren Earth had been looking for a new singer while working on new material, which has been described as "mournful, winding, hopeful, ambitious and rugged". They've just announced that Jón Aldará, Hamferð's vocalist, will join them as the new lead vocalist. He will take part in Barren Earth's third full-length album which the group plans to start recording during the spring of 2014.
American heavy metal heavyweights Iced Earth have chosen today, Friday the 13th, to share another new song from their new album. This new tune is called "Among The Living Dead" and you can hear it through the video available below. Do you like it better than the previous song "Plagues Of Babylon" shared before? Either way, enjoy!
US metal masters Iced Earth, who have yesterday began the European tour together with Volbeat, have today announced some exciting news for the North American audience. The band has confirmed an extensive 6-week run over North America for April/May, 2014 with direct support from Swedish warriors Sabaton and Dutch metallers ReVamp. Iced Earth will be touring in support of their highly anticipated forthcoming album, Plagues Of Babylon, to be released on January 6th, 2014 via Century Media Records.
Iced Earth are about to embark on the second leg of the Volbeat tour, which kicks off in Berlin, Germany, today and wraps up in Copenhagen, Denmark on December 1st. For the remainder of the Volbeat tour, Jon Dette (Testament, Slayer), the go-to guy for tours, will be behind the drums taking over for Raphael Saini who filled in during the summer festivals, the recording of the new album, and the club leg of the Volbeat tour.
American heavy metal band Iced Earth will be returning to Australia next March with one show in New Zealand as well as part of their Plagues Of Babylon world tour. The band's brand new album Plagues Of Babylon will be available in January next year. Joining Iced Earth on tour will be Melbourne thrash metallers Elm Street, who will play songs from their debut album Barbed Wire Metal.
Iced Earth have decided to premiere today the title track off their new album Plagues Of Babylon. Are you curious about it? Watch the lyric video created for the song below. This video also gives you a sneak peak into some of the artwork that will be featured in the final version of the upcoming The Plagues EP vinyl. This first song is seven minutes long. Don't hesitate to check it out.
Now that Iced Earth have completed the recording, mixing, and mastering for their new album Plagues Of Babylon, it is time to share the cover art that will grace the new opus. The cover was painted by Eliran Kantor and you can feast your eyes on it right now. Appetizing, isn't it? The exact release date of the album hasn't been divulged yet but early next year is the plan. The American band promises a heavy new album.
"Hello brothers and sisters, I'm proud to announce that we have completed all the tracking for the new album, Plagues Of Babylon. There's quite a selection of epic heaviness on your way, for release early next year. We arrived in Sweden and are heading on to Portugal for a few festivals, and then on Monday, we start the mix!