04:02 - Apothecary @Jaeryd, you're referring to LaVeyan Satanism, which is essentially Nietzsche/Ayn Rand type philosophy plus some Crowley - influenced ritual magick. Most theistic Satanists do not consider it as "real" Satanism
03:30 - no one because calling yourself a satanist sounds more kvlt
03:23 - Kuroboshi If you're not into the whole anti-christianity thing, it seems kind of stupid to call it satanism. Why not just say liberal atheism?
03:14 - Jaeryd Most Satanists I know are either moderately liberal or at least libertarian in nature.
02:59 - Jaeryd Some forms of Satanism aren't what I'd call stupid. They're basically just atheism with an added philosophical system that uses the rebellion of Satan as a metaphor.
Swedish hard rock/stoner purveyors Spiritual Beggars just shared a new video for ''Hard Road'', filmed and edited by Dirk Behlau. The group has just wrapped up a European tour in support of their recently released 9th studio album, Sunrise To Sundown. The clip consists of footage gathered on the band's latest European tour and highlights the band's on and off stage character.
Spiritual Beggars' new music available! The Swedish metallers ready the release of their 9th studio album entitled Sunrise To Sundown, on March 18th in Europe as well as March 25th in North America via InsideOutMusic. They are now launching the album's second single, "Diamond Under Pressure", via a lyric video created by Costin Chioreanu / Twilight13Media (At The Gates, Grave, Arcturus), who also did the artwork for the album. Enjoy the "Purple-esque" track right here.
New music incoming! This time it's a new song from Spiritual Beggars. The Swedish metallers return with their 9th studio album entitled Sunrise To Sundown, which will be released on March 18th, 2016 in Europe as well as March 25th, 2016 in North America via InsideOutMusic. Now it's time to hear some of the music that will appear on the record. Check out the album's first single for the title track "Sunrise To Sundown" right here.
After the Swedish stoners Spiritual Beggars officially announced their new album, Sunrise To Sundown, they have now revealed more details about it. More specifically, today you can see the record's tracklist and colourful cover artwork which has been created by Costin Chioreanu/Twilight13Media (At The Gates, Grave, Arcturus, etc.) below. Stay tuned for the album's first single which will be released soon.
Swedish vintage style hard rockers Spiritual Beggars have been working on new material and will return with their 9th studio album entitled Sunrise To Sundown this year. The record will be released on March 18th, 2016 in Europe as well as March 25th, 2016 in North America via InsideOutMusic.
If you are eagerly awaiting for a new album from Spiritual Beggars, the good news is that the band is already working on it! The Swedes are currently in the songwriting stages and have created 15 new originals and 2 covers so far. The band is aiming to release the follow-up to Earth Blues next year. The new music is flowing. Now you just have to wait for the final product.
In the light of upcoming tour dates later this month, Sweden's stoner heavyweights Spiritual Beggars are now launching a new video for the song "Turn The Tide", coming off their 8th studio album, Earth Blues, released in April, 2013 via InsideOut. Check out the clip for "Turn The Tide'' down below.
Sweden's stoner heavyweights Spiritual Beggars, who released their 8th studio album Earth Blues via InsideOut in April 2013, are announcing a new run of shows for October with UK's Purson as special guests, in addition to their previously announced shows in Greece and an appearance at Japan's Loud Park festival.
Swedes Spiritual Beggars have made their new track, "Turn The Tide", available for streaming through the YouTube player below. This song appears on the band's new upcoming release Earth Blues, due to be out on April 15th, 2013 in Europe and April 16th in North America via InsideOut Music.
Sweden's classic rock heavyweights Spiritual Beggars recently wrapped up work on their 8th studio album release, Earth Blues, which celebrates their 20th anniversary as a band. The album will be released via InsideOut on April 15th, 2013 in Europe and April 16th in North America.
After releasing their latest seventh studio album Return To Zero in 2010, Spiritual Beggars are finally back. Currently working on a new studio album to be released in the spring of 2013 via InsideOut, the band also announced their appearance at the 2013 Roadburn Festival Afterburner on Sunday, April 21st at the 013 venue in Tilburg, The Netherlands.
Due to the current situation in Japan following the 9.0-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami, Spiritual Beggars are forced to cancel both of their previously announced shows in Japan next week.
Spiritual Beggars's Japanese promoter Creativeman has issued a statement and ticket refund information in Japanese on their website here
Spiritual Beggars have issued the following statement: "As much as we were looking forward to playing these shows for our fans in Japan, the time is not right for this now. Our outbound flights got canceled by the airline and our promoter thought it best to pull the plug. We are deeply saddened by the recent events in Japan and we wish everyone there the best and hope they'll be safe moving forward. Donations that will help the situation in Japan can be made at this location."
Spiritual Beggars - the Swedish stoner band featuring Arch Enemy's Michael Amott and Sharlee D'Angelo, and Firewind vocalist Apollo Papathanasio - will release a live CD titled Return To Live: Loud Park 2010 through their Japanese record label Trooper Entertainment on March 16th.
The disc features eight songs, capturing the bands high-energy performance at the Loudpark Festival at Saitama Super Arena, Japan on October 17th, 2010.
The live recording was mixed in Sweden by Staffan Karlsson and Rickard Bengtsson at Studio Landgren 5.3 and The Sweet Spot Studio, in December 2010. Artwork and design was done by Hippograffix.
Return To Live: Loud Park 2010 cover art] tracklist:
Spiritual Beggars - the Swedish stoner band featuring Arch Enemy's Michael Amott and Sharlee D'Angelo - has scheduled two live shows in Japan taking place in March.
Commented drummer Ludwig Witt: "We had a great time in Japan performing at the two massive Loud Park 10 concerts in October alongside Ozzy Osbourne, Motörhead etc. Our first new album in five years, Return To Zero, has been really well received by the Japanese fans and we can't wait to go back and play the full headline set at our own, more intimate, club dates in Osaka and Tokyo in March."
Spiritual Beggars in Japan:
March 24 - Tokyo - Club Quattro
March 25 - Osaka - Club Quattro
You can now listen to "Star Born", the first single off Spiritual Beggars's upcoming album Return To Zero at this location.
In other news, Spiritual Beggars are also working on more live dates and recently confirmed new shows in Greece. The band's songwriter and guitarist, Michael Amott, is happy to announce the shows as follows: "Greece has always been a special place for Spiritual Beggars over the years. Some of the best fans in the world of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal without a doubt. The shows we've played in the past in Athens are memories we hold close to our hearts. Therefore it is with great excitement we can now announce two shows in Greece to kick off our Return To Zero album campaign in style!"