02:35 - Ceddybu actually in reality I am simultaneously the ONLY thing that exists and nothing I am or ever done has ever existed. and in all likelihood my life is an eloborately real dream crafted to convince me that santa isnt real but he is.
01:59 - Jaeryd17 Liar. You don't even exist, Ceddybu.
The Finnish Gothenburg metal band MyGrain have announced the departure of their guitarist Resistor, who had been in the band since the beginning. He was replaced by Joni Lahdenkauppi, who had previously filled in for them on their European tour supporting fellow Finns Insomnium. You can read Resistor's message about his departure below and watch a video from their sold out Nosturi show which was his last one with the band.
Finnish Gothenburg metallers MyGrain have made their entire upcoming new album Planetary Breathing available for streaming ahead of its release. You can listen to it over here. Planetary Breathing will be released in Europe on September 27th through Spinefarm Records.
Finnish melodic death metal band Noumena is offering a pre-listening of their upcoming album Death Walks With Me at this location. It will be streaming until it is released on April 18th by Haunted Zoo Productions. Ville "Vilhelm" Lamminaho's comments (in Finnish) about each track of the album are also included.
Finnish melodic death metal band Noumena has released a lyric video for "Handful Of Dust", a song taken off their upcoming album Death Walks With Me, scheduled for release on April 18th under Haunted Zoo Productions. The video can be streamed below. "Handful Of Dust", the opening track off the new release, is the first taste of what you can expect to hear from the group after Anatomy Of Life.
Beyond, the upcoming new album from the Finnish melodic death metallers Omnium Gatherum, is currently streaming exclusively and in its entirety for free at this location. It will be available for one week. The article also includes song-by-song commentary from Markus Vanhala and Jukka Pelkonen in both Finnish and English.
Finnish metal musician Tuomas Saukkonen stunned the local scene by announcing that he has disbanded all his previous projects (including Before The Dawn) and started a new one under the name Wolfheart. There will be a farewell show where Before The Dawn, Black Sun Aeon and Routasielu will get up on stage for the very last time.
Finnish melodic death metal band Omnium Gatherum has released a new track off their upcoming album Beyond, set to be released in Europe on February 25th and in North America on March 5th through Lifeforce Records. "New Dynamic" is streaming via the YouTube channel of Lifeforce Records and you can listen to it below.
Finnish melodic death metallers Omnium Gatherum have announced details for their upcoming new album. It will be entitled Beyond and is set to be released on February 25th in Europe and March 5th in North America via Lifeforce Records.
Unsung Heroes, the entire new album from the Finnish folk metallers Ensiferum, has been made available for streaming at this location. The album was released in Finland today on August 24th and will hit stores on August 27th and August 28th in the rest of Europe and North America through Spinefarm Records.
Australian melodic death metallers Be'lakor have made another new track available for streaming from their upcoming third album Of Breath And Bone, to be released worldwide on June 1st via Kolony Records and Rockstar Records. "Absit Omen" can be streamed below. The band also announced on their Facebook page that pre-orders for the standard jewel case version of the album or the special edition digipack are now available at the band's official website and via Kolony Records. More album details here.
Australian melodic death metallers Be'lakor have revealed the title, cover art and tracklist for their upcoming third album. Of Breath And Bone, as it was named, will be released worldwide on June 4th, 2012.
"The Rains Begin", a brand new video from Finnish progressive metallers Barren Earth has premiered exclusively at this location. Alternatively, you can watch it below. The song is taken from the band's upcoming second album The Devil's Resolve, to be released on March 7th through Peaceville Records. More album details were previously reported here.