02:55 - Dima Dominating three years then having an average fourth year isn't considered as a failure. Yes Munich were pretty boring today but Madrid were very solid. Isn't Pep's Munich an improvement over Jupp's statistically anyway?
02:34 - Fernando Colon @ Dima. Are you saying that Pep's final year at Barca was not a fucking failure of fuckness?
02:28 - Bad English no one thats a problem when ppl dont watch sport ;)
Swedish heavy/speed metallers Enforcer are proud to announce their first ever European headlining tour this coming February. After presenting their current record, Death By Fire, to the audience of the Hunting Across Europe Tour alongside label and country mates Grand Magus and British veterans Angel Witch in early 2013, the band will now headline Europe with support from Canadians Skull Fist, Dutch hard rockers Vanderbuyst and Gengis Khan.
"Mesmerized By Fire", a brand new video from Swedish heavy metal band Enforcer, is now available for viewing below. The song comes off the band's new album Death By Fire due out next Friday via Nuclear Blast Records. The clip was directed by Gustav Öhman Spjuth and produced by Barth Production.
Swedish heavy metal act Enforcer is currently streaming their new track "Mesmerized By Fire" over here. Alternatively, you can listen to it below. The song appears on the band's forthcoming record Death By Fire, which is scheduled for release on February 1st, 2013 via Nuclear Blast.
The long awaited new Enforcer album is finally upon us. The Swedish traditional heavy metal outfit has decided to call their new upcoming effort Death By Fire. The new album will be the band's third and follow up to their 2010 album, Diamonds. Death By Fire will see a worldwide release on February 1st 2013 via Nuclear Blast with whom the band has inked a deal.
Guitarist Adam Zaars (also in Tribulation) has quit Swedish traditional heavy metal band Enforcer.
Adam Zaars issued the following statement: "After 5 years, 2 albums and almost 200 gigs in the band I have decided to tread new paths in life hence leaving Enforcer behind. I made this decision in January and told the band in China, on the way home from a truly memorable visit in South Korea and Japan. A good ending I figured. The decision was inevitable, yet of course a difficult one to make. I would like to thank the rest of the guys in the band for everything we've been through, the trials and the tribulations and the simply good times. I would also like to thank all the people that have helped us through the years. I want to wish Enforcer all the best for the future!"
"Midnight Vice", a new song from Swedish metallers Enforcer, is available for streaming at this location.
"Midnight Vice" comes off the band's forthcoming album, Diamonds, which is scheduled for release on May 24 in Europe via Earache Records and one day later in the rest of the world through Heavy Artillery Records.
Swedish heavy metal band Enforcer have announced their partnership with Earache Records in the UK and Europe for their forthcoming album Diamonds, out May 24th.
Enforcer's charismatic singer Olof Wikstrand states: "After the great success of Into the Night we now take things a few steps further with the next album. This time it feels great to have a European dedicated and hard-working label on board. I'm really excited to see what this ends up like and I'm also proud of being a part of Earache."
Dan Tobin, Earache label manager, comments: "Earache is proud to welcome one of the most exciting new bands on the scene onto the label's roster. Enforcer's brand of streetwise heavy metal is as exciting as anything I've heard from a young band, and we look forward to helping them take steps towards the big league. Diamonds is a superb way to start their march to the top."