06:13 - Fearmeister Yea, I never even finished that album and I was a massive Agalloch fanboi
05:45 - Apothecary Marrow Of The Spirit is definitely underrated, not sure why people say Agalloch went downhill with that album. I definitely don't think they ended on a strong note with Serpent & The Sphere though
23:59 - Netzach Czerny, I get your point but I'd say the same about "Ashes"... It just gets too droney and gaze-ish in sections. Limbs and Not Unlike the Waves are awesome though... The Mantle has this "whiskey fueled regret"-feel I adore
23:55 - Netzach Btw, AMA on Reddit with A.A Nemtheanga if anyone's interested [link]
Frontiers Music Srl will release Royal Hunt's new live album, titled Cargo on March 18th. The power metallers haven't released a live album in a few years but after releasing their latest album XIII - Devil's Dozen last year, they played in three widely known festivals around the globe in the fall of 2015: ProgPower USA, Loud Park Japan and Rockingham UK. The band found the time to gather in the studio and pick out the best performances recorded during their festival trek: an hour and a half of Royal Hunt's trademark sonic assault, skillfully captured on tape.
Royal Hunt have premiered their first track from their upcoming 13th opus, XIII - Devil's Dozen. The track is the album's opener, it is called "So Right So Wrong" and it can be discovered as of now. After releasing A Life To Die For, the Danish symphonic power metallers give us more music just two years later. Why complain? Check out the music below.
Royal Hunt's 13th studio album will be called Devil's Dozen, it has been revealed. The power progressive metallers have also unveiled the cover that will grace the album. According to them, the record stays true to the original Royal Hunt sound: "with imaginative instrumentation, intricate arrangements, soaring vocals and catchy, massive choruses. Yet the addition of classical musicians/instruments and contemporary, modern day production elements twist the outcome into a unique sonic palette."
Royal Hunt have some good news for their fans. Their next album is already in the works following 2013's A Life To Die For. The progressive/power metallers have been releasing albums consistently throughout their career and have already completed the songwriting/pre-production process for their thirteenth studio album due to be released later this year. Recordings will start shortly at NorthPoint Productions with guitarist/keyboardist André Andersen producing.
After revealing audio samples, now arrives the official lyric video for the radio version of title track of A Life To Die For, the new studio album by metallers Royal Hunt. This is the first full song the band shares and will be the album closer. What do you think about the new track "A Life To Die For"?
In case you are curious about prog/power metallers Royal Hunt's new album, you can hear samples from the entire A Life To Die For which have been uploaded at this location. The exact release dates are: on November 29th in Europe and December 3rd in North America via Frontiers Records. A Life To Die For is a concept album not in the lyrical sense but musically.
Royal Hunt have lifted the veil a bit more on their new album. The successor to Show Me How To Live will be called A Life To Die For and the progressive power metal band has already revealed its cover artwork (created by Kai Brockschmidt) and tracklist. You can satisfy your curiosity below.
Danish power/progressive metallers Royal Hunt have announced that they have completed the songwriting for their upcoming yet-untitled album. The follow-up to 2011 Show Me How To Live is expected to be released in November this year through Marquee/Avalon (Japan & Southeast Asia) and Frontiers Records (Europe & North America). We can expect more details to be announced soon.
Danish progressive/power metallers Royal Hunt have extended their contracts with Frontiers Records and Marquee/Avalon in order to include a brand new studio album, which is expected to be released in October/November this year. The follow up to 2011's Show Me How To Live will be the group's already 12th full length studio album in their almost 25 year long career.
Danish progressive/neoclassical metal band Royal Hunt has recently announced the release of an anniversary 3CD + DVD compilation, simply entitled 20th Anniversary. The special edition will be released via Frontiers Records in Europe on November 23rd, 2012, in the USA on January 22nd, 2013 and through Marquee/Avalon in Japan/SE Asia on November 21st, 2012.
Frontiers Records announced a worldwide release of "Hard Rain's Coming" - the first single taken from Danish prog/power metallers Royal Hunt's forthcoming album Show Me How To Live - on November 14th (the single will only be available digitally).
As reported earlier, Danish metallers Royal Hunt are set to release their new long-awaited DVD, entitled Future's Coming From The Past, which consists of new restored versions of their classic Japanese live albums - 1996 and Closing The Chapter (previously released only on VHS), with improved images and sound, and of course, bonus features! The DVD will be released on December 2nd in Europe and November 29th in North America via Frontier Records.
Danish power/prog metallers Royal Hunt are putting the very last touches on their new album Show Me How To Live and getting ready to mix it, this time in Sweden, and have also unveiled the new album cover. The album will be first released in the USA on November 29th, then by Frontiers Records in Europe on December 2nd, and finally in Japan on December 7th. More album details were previously reported here.
The new upcoming eleventh studio effort from Danish prog/power outfit, Royal Hunt, is set be called Show Me How To Live, and it will be released in November/December, 2011, through Marquee/Avalon (Japan and Southeast Asia) and Frontiers Records (rest of the world).
Royal Hunt are getting ready to enter the studio to record a new - yet untitled - album. The band's 11th studio album is expected to be released in November/December through Marquee/Avalon (Japan and SE Asia) and Frontiers Records (rest of the world).
The band describes the music as a "full-fledged return to that classic RH sound" which put the band on the map in the first place, all the way back in 1991.
The line-up on the album will be the same as the line-up appearing on the mini-reunion-tour this spring.