02:46 - ScreamingSteelUS Supergroups do tend to be kind of bland, but I happen to love that Killer Be Killed album. That's why I'm so glad they've been touring and working on a second album. It's coming into its own as a band, no longer just a one-off.
02:36 - deadone Supergroups imply members from several famous bands getting together and often for a one-off. Off course some last a lot longer e.g. Down.
02:07 - ScreamingSteelUS I wouldn't say that Megadeth counts, because the thing that Daves Mustaine and Ellefson are known for is being IN Megadeth, even if Dave Sr. was previously in Metallica.
01:52 - Constantine Supergroups are mostly shittygroups. Getting a bunch of random people from great bands doesn't make a 10x great band.
01:46 - Severian93 At what point does a band become a supergroup? Megadeth for example now have members from Metallica/Angra/Lamb of God
00:38 - Redn1ght Constantine, well duh. If you are not blind you can see that easy. ;)
00:31 - Zaphod It also looks like the poster for Metropolis.
The first song from Wolfchant's forthcoming album, Embraced By Fire, is here. The folk metal band has released the title track for streaming and you can be the judge of it through the Soundcloud player below. You don't have to wait much longer to hear the entire Embraced By Fire album because it will be released on March 1st, 2013 on NoiseArt Records.
You don't have to wait any longer to listen to something new from the upcoming Wolfchant album Embraced By Fire, which is going to be released on March 1st, 2013 via NoiseArt Records. The folk metal band released a brand new album trailer with song previews and you can listen to it on the video below.
German pagan metal warriors Wolfchant have signed a deal with NoiseArt Records and Rock The Nation Booking. The band will release their fifth studio album entitled Embraced By Fire on March 1st, 2013. This is the follow-up to the 2011 Massacre Records release Call Of The Black Winds. The album's artwork can be seen below.
Germany pagen folk metal band Wolfchant have checked in with the news about the departure of guitarist Derrmorh and an update on the new album. The following announcement was made:
"After 5 years, Derrmorh leaves the band for the time being. He's heading straight to the USA to spend one semester there for his studies. We say thank you for the great time we had together and we wish him all the best as well as success for his future. As a consequence, we would like to introduce Ragnar as our new guitarist who will play his first gigs with us already in August.
Furthermore, we are working very hard on our new album which is going to be called Call of the Black Winds. We will enter Markus Stock's Klangschmiede E (Empyrium, The Vision Bleak, Eisregen, Eluveitie, etc.) in November to record our new songs."
Wolfchant finished the recordings for "Determined Damnation" this week and have announced more details. The album was mixed and mastered by Uwe Lulis, who also worked on the choirs. The new album will be released on April 24 via Massacre Records. A special limited digipak edition of the album will be available for purchase at the Ragnarök Festival, set to take place April 17-18, 2009 in Lichtenfels, Germany. Album cover can be viewed here.
"Determined Damnation" track listing:
01. Determination Begins
02. World In Ice
03. Until The End
04. Determined Damnation
05. In War
06. Fate Of The Fighting Man
07. Kein Engel Hört Dich Flehen
08. A Raven's Flight
09. Never Too Drunk
German Pagan Folk metal outfit Wolfchant have inked a record deal with Massacre Records. The comment on their website reads as follows:
"By common accord we reversed our record deal with CCP Records. We want to thank Claus and Eva for the very good cooperation during the last years. We are proud to announce that we signed a record deal with Massacre Records. With bands such as Legion Of The Damned, Crematory, Illdisposed, One Man Army & TUQ,... as label mates we are in very good company!
"Determined Damnation" will be released 09-04-24 so be prepared!"