12:15 - Zaphod That joke got old about 11 years ago
12:08 - ANGEL REAPER September has ended, time to give Billie Joe a call to wake him up like good old internet tradition says..
10:30 - RazMan @RedOctober In Anathemas case I think it's good, Distan satellites was a bit disappointing but other that that I've loved all their albums. But Opeth won't climb out of the grave they dug with the three last albums.
08:56 - RedOctober The probability of Opeth becoming metal again is similar to Anathema becoming metal again.
08:49 - God Alone [link] It's 29 minutes long, but I read on The Ajna Offensive fb page it's an LP, not an EP.
08:36 - God Alone OMFG Deathspell Omega are back?!? I'm dying.
Here is something interesting! Graphic-noise has just presented an exclusive Watain poster series. The strictly limited poster series consists of 10 individual Watain posters created by Erik Danielsson / Trident Arts for Watain concerts between 2010 and 2015. Previously only used for online purposes, this is the first time these posters are printed in large, physical format. You can pre-order now (while stock lasts) at this location to be shipped on April 19th.
Three black metal heavyweights are joining forces for a U.S. tour. Watain, Mayhem and Rotting Christ will be touring together in November. This will be the last Watain U.S. tour for The Wild Hunt, their latest record. You can see all the dates of the Black Metal Warfare Pt.II below the flyer. Don't miss this black metal invasion later this year.
Two black metal bands, Mayhem and Watain, are joining forces in a North American tour that will happen in January 2015. The Norwegian black metal pioneers will be touring in support of their critically-acclaimed new album, Esoteric Warfare. The Canadians Revenge will be opening all shows. A full list of the tour dates can be found below. Check it out, maybe it's your lucky day.
Black metal horde from Sweden Watain confirm 'The Wild Hunt' across the Latin American territory in late November/early December. So called 'Seven Dates Of Hell' tour will cover performances in Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Colombia, Chile and Brazil. Check out the list of confirmed dates below the official tour flyer.
Even though they have already released five albums, black metallers Watain never released an official music video before. But that is about to end because today they debuted their first ever video for the track "Outlaw", taken from their latest album The Wild Hunt. You can satisfy your curiosity by watching the video below.
Black metal behemoths Watain have just announced a string of European tour dates set to take place in December, on their Black Death Tour 2013. The group will be presenting their new opus The Wild Hunt live. Two more bands will join them as support but that will only be announced later. If your country wasn't contemplated on these tour dates, the rest of Europe will have more dates in early 2014. Watch out for that. What new songs do you want to hear?
To celebrate the North American release of The Wild Hunt, Watain's new album, Century Media is currently streaming the whole piece though YouTube. Don't waste the opportunity to listen to the album below. The Wild Hunt came out yesterday in Europe. So what is the verdict on the band's fifth creation?
With the release of their forthcoming full-length, The Wild Hunt, black metal horde from Sweden Watain is now ready to announce their first North American tour in support of the new album. Featuring In Solitude and Tribulation as support bands, this month-long headlining trek (aptly named "The Wild Hunt North America") showcases some of Sweden's finest metal from coast to coast.
Watain have unleashed a new song today from their new album The Wild Hunt, this time you get to listen to "The Child Must Die". Sounds cheerful. Enjoy your dose of black metal on the video below. However, there is still some waiting around to do since the opus only drops on August 19th in Europe and August 20th in North America by His Master's Noise, via Century Media Records.
How about finally listening to the new single from Watain? After much suspense, the black metallers have released a lyric video for the song "All That May Bleed". Start your week by listening to the first tune of the new album The Wild Hunt which is available below.
While there's still no music to devour, Watain have lifted the veil a little bit more on their new album The Wild Hunt. This time around, the black metallers unveiled the cover that will grace the album as well as the tracklist. You can expect eleven new songs. The artwork was executed in oil and mixed materials by Zbigniew M Bielak, the very same artist who was responsible for the Lawless Darkness artwork.
Black metallers Watain announced last month the release of All That May Bleed, the first single off of their upcoming new album The Wild Hunt. For the people who are curious, they also released today the official trailer video for the single which features new music and a weird creature/person. Check it out for yourself below.
It has been announced that Watain's first single for their new album The Wild Hunt will be released on Summer Solstice, June 21st. The single will be called All That May Bleed, it will be the first taste of the new album and you can see its cover artwork right here created by Bp. Necropolitus Cracoviensis Zbigniew Bielak II.
Watain are starting to lift the veil on the successor to Lawless Darkness. The black metallers announced today that their new album is complete and will have the title The Wild Hunt and you can mark your calendars because it will be released on August 19th in Europe and August 20th in North America via His Master's Noise in collaboration with Century Media Records.
Black metallers Watain, who recently signed with Century Media Records, are currently in the studio recording new material. Three years after the start of the recording of Lawless Darkness, the band returned to Necromorbus Studio in Sweden and begun working on what is to become their 5th full-length album. The tentative release date is now set for August 2013. More details will be unveiled soon.