12:17 - 3rdWorld Keio Line > Orange Canyon Mind => Merzbow > Skullflower ?
12:12 - The RedOctober SO for the past few days I have finally started listening to melodic death metal.(I was a techdeath maniac) Listened to Heartowrk then a few arch enemy? wht d f happened to amott? :O
08:02 - Joe Zombie That Corpus Christii is actually pretty decent. Liking the vocals and riffs. Solid stuff so far.
07:52 - ZoranXT Hey people, everyone from EU - see you at metaldays [link]
07:42 - no one that it sucked...na i don't know, wasn't really paying attention as it's not me
Today sees the official release of Moonspell's new album Extinct in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal as well as Australia. While it will only hit stores on March 9th in the UK and March 17th in North America, now you can watch the band's promised new video clip for the title track. It was directed by Victor Castro for Bulldozer productions and it's the first created for Extinct. You can see if you like the final product below. According to the band, you can expect a meaningful, dark and cinematic video.
As they are about to release their new album Extinct, gothic metallers Moonspell have now announced that they will be touring in the United States, Canada and Mexico in support of the record in April and May. Joining them on this trek are Septicflesh (who are also touring with the Portuguese band in Europe) and the Swedes Deathstars. See the dates below if you want to check out this tour.
Portugal's own Moonspell will release their new album, Extinct, on March 17th in North America and a few days earlier in Europe via Napalm Records. They have previously released three songs from the album, which is pretty generous. However, today you can already hear audio samples of all the tracks that are set to appear on Extinct and can now be streamed in the YouTube clip below. Enjoy!
Moonspell have been kind enough to share another new track today to promote their new record Extinct. It's already the third track you get to hear from the opus and this particular song will open the album. "Breathe (Until We Are No More)" got the lyric video treatment and you can stream it below through YouTube. Craig Gowans created the lyric video and this song also features as special guests the Mumin Sesler String Group, a Turkish orchestra based in Istanbul. What did you make of the song?
Moonspell are currently streaming the title track "Extinct" from their new album. This means they have revealed another piece of the Extinct puzzle. Prepare your ears and enjoy the new tune here. After you do, share your thoughts about the track. Do you like it more than the previous single "The Last Of Us"?
Moonspell's upcoming studio album Extinct is coming out in March. Today you can check out the Road To Extinction teaser for the bonus DVD that comes with the mediabook and vinyl editions of the new album. This special 80-minute documentary bonus DVD provides an in-depth making of the album feature from the first note on, as well as the day-to-day lives of the Portuguese band in the studio. The exclusive DVD also includes statements from scientists covering the subject of Extinction, particularly the extinction of the Iberian Wolf, a cause Moonspell is personally involved in. Enjoy the teaser!
As you know, Moonspell are releasing a new album this next March called Extinct. Well, then you are probably curious about the music, right? So, here it is the first taste, the single "The Last Of Us" through the official clip provided by the band. Apart from the music, you can also see below the mediabook cover artwork for the album, which is slightly different from the jewelcase cover also created by Seth Siro Anton. What do you think of this first song? Is it what you were expecting?
Portuguese metallers Moonspell decided to reveal today the cover that will grace Extinct. Their new album is coming out next year in March 2015 via Napalm Records and the cover artwork was done by Seth Siro Anton (Septicflesh) once again. You can take a look at the cover below. As for the music, you will have to wait a little bit more for that.
We already knew that Moonspell's new album would be called Extinct and was going to be released next March 2015 via Napalm Records. Now, the Portuguese metallers have revealed more about this new record. The album will be available on mediabook, jewelcase, special limited deluxe edition and LP (vinyl). Check out the song titles below.
Amidst the recordings of their new albumExtinct, Moonspell have more big news to share with their European fans. The band will be touring with Greeks Septicflesh next year. This trek will happen around the time the Portuguese band plans to release their new album, in March. Do you think it's a good combination for a tour? Moonspell will headline the shows.
Slowly but surely, Moonspell reveal more about their new album. Currently in the recording process for the follow-up to Alpha Noir / Omega White, the Portuguese band reveals that the new opus will be called Extinct. The band promises to release a documentary about the making of the album and its concept. For now, you can take a look at some of the photos from the recording sessions. The record is set to be released on March 15th via Napalm Records.
Good news for the Moonspell wolfpack. The Portuguese band is working on new material for their next album. It was the group's frontman Fernando Ribeiro who confirmed it on a recent video message. He announced that the follow-up to the double album Alpha Noir / Omega White is in the works. It's about time, right? Prepare for new music from Moonspell.
Portuguese metallers Moonspell have announced their return to tour in the USA and Canada starting on the 31st of January, and ending on the 20th of February. The band will be headlining the America Noir Tour with support provided by Napalm Records label-mates Leaves' Eyes and Atrocity. A list of announced dates can be found below.
Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell has announced dates for their upcoming European tour. Right after their North American tour with Marduk, the band will hit the road yet again in the months of April and May for this tour.