12:43 - Zaphod Well, any other country than my own would be an amazing opportunity if I ever decide to start a band, I was just giving it as an example because that's where Jari's from.
12:39 - Redn1ght Zap, Finland isn't that great apparently for touring bands.. (They seem to avoid it like a plague tormented country...)
12:31 - Zaphod Yeah, the comments on that guy's long post are also pretty entertaining.
12:30 - MelancholiaC Just curious, if he indeed turns his fanbase into a charity service, how is that any more ethically honest than "those greedy bloodsucking record companies"? (and I doubt Nuclear Blast can really be called one...)
12:26 - MelancholiaC I see that in the fb comments one guy in particular has called him out on it in a long response. Most people just want to throw their money at him through paypal...
12:20 - Zaphod The fact that I saw him live in my own country (Belgium) says enough. If I ever get a chance to tour Europe and play in Finland with my non-existent band I'll already have achieved more than I could ever hope for.
Origin's new album, Omnipresent, sees its official release today in Europe via Agonia Records. While it will only hit stores on July 8th in North America via Nuclear Blast, the entire new opus is currently streaming online until midnight on Saturday, 5th of July. So, you better enjoy it while you can! You can stream Omnipresent below, all of its 35 minutes of death metal. What did you think about this new album?
Doom metallers The Wounded Kings released a new album this year called Consolamentum. However, the band is now facing a line-up change as singer Sharie Neyland decided to leave for personal reasons. The Wounded Kings have brought back original vocalist George Birch who will join the band on their European tour. Sharie Neyland had been with the band since 2011.
Origin's new album is upon us and the band just keeps sharing new tracks. Why complain? And now you can enjoy the new tune "Absurdity Of What I Am" from the upcoming album Omnipresent in the form of a lyric video. Mark your calendars for a release on July 4th in Europe (Agonia Records) and July 8th in North America (Nuclear Blast). More importantly, enjoy the music.
'The Hell Over Europe' is coming our way this November/December, with Aborted in the main role. These Belgian extremers have announced a month-long headlining tour, on which they will be supported by American tech-death machine Origin and grinder maniacs Exhumed and Miasmal as the opening act. Check out the confirmed dates under the flyer.
Origin have been kind enough to share another new track from Omnipresent, their impending release. The death metallers now give you "All Things Dead" via the lyric video below. The track comes off their upcoming album, out on July 8th, 2014 in North America via Nuclear Blast (and on Agonia Records on July 4th in Europe). Enjoy!
The good news just keep coming in for Eluveitie fans. After revealing the first details of their new album Origins, the Swiss band is excited to bring their new Origins World Tour to North America in September/October, and promises to make every single night one to remember. The band will present new material and bring a hand-picked line-up featuring their friends from the Faroe Islands, Týr, and Metsatöll from Estonia.
If you are curious about Origin's new material, today you get to listen to a taste of the new album. The death metallers will release their new full-length Omnipresent on July 4th in Europe via Agonia Records (July 8th in North America via Nuclear Blast). "Manifest Desolate" is the first track to be revealed from the album and you can stream it here.
Technical death metallers Origin reveal the details of their new album, Omnipresent. Due out on July 8th in North America via Nuclear Blast (July 4th in Europe through Agonia Records), the opus features a cover artwork crafted by Colin Marks (Nevermore, Kataklysm, Exodus) which can be seen below. As for new music, you will have to wait a little bit longer for that.
Technical death metal masters Origin had already announced their new album and now have inked a European record deal with Agonia Records. The band's new album - the follow-up to 2011's Entity - is entitled Omnipresent and will be made available this summer. The cover artwork, tracklist and other details will be revealed shortly.
American tech death metal monsters Origin are very pleased to reveal The End Of An Entity - Australian Tour, which will be executed in first half of May, 2014. A six-date reign of terror will be combined with the support from Australian extreme metal act A Million Dead Birds Laughing and their fellow countrymen Eternal Rest. The full list of dates can be seen below.
2014 will be the year Origin releases a new album. The Americans will soon start recording the new opus to be released this spring with the title of Omnipresent. Vocalist Jason Keyser will record his first album with the tech death metal band. Entity, released in 2011, was their last album. Also, the band advises you to prepare for the impeding crushing heaviness.
Having recently released Colored Sands, Gorguts have announced a new headlining North American tour for December. The trek, which begins on December 11th in Burlington, Vermont, will travel through the United States and Canada before ending on December 21st in Brooklyn, New York. The tour sees tech death metallers Gorguts with special guests Origin and Nero Di Marte. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.
Canadian death metallers Augury have issued the following statement: "It is with great pleasure that we announce the return of bassist Dominic "Forest" Lapointe and drummer Étienne Gallo to Augury. The writing process has begun with all the original members, and the band is focused 100% on the new album."
US brutal/technical death metallers Suffocation have announced a fully fledged European tour for July dubbed The End Of Humanity European Tour 2012, which will feature special guests Origin. They will also be joined by Re-Armed and Unbreakable Hatred.
Through-out February and into early March, US technical death metallers Origin, together with Australian technical death metallers Psycroptic and Belgian razorgrinders Leng Tch'e, will embark on a European tour, taking off in Switzerland.