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Caligula's Horse - New Music Video Revealed

Australian innovators Caligula's Horse released their acclaimed third album, Bloom, last year. Now, a new promotional video from it is revealed. Filmed at GC Studios on the Gold Coast, Caligula's Horse further collaborated with Adrian Goleby, who also worked on the band's videos for "A Gift To Afterthought" and "Firelight". The aim was to create a video that was uplifting, but also one that conveyed a strong political message. Watch the video for the single "Turntail" below.

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Posted: 27.03.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (1)

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Norma Jean - New Album In September

Wrongdoers is getting a follow-up this year. Metalcore output Norma Jean just revealed the release date of their new and seventh album: September 9th, 2016 through Solid State Records. More album details are expected soon. In the meantime, the band will be touring in the U.S. and you can expect to hear some new tracks.

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Posted: 27.03.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

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Moonsorrow - Jumalten Aika

Sharpen your wooden spear and brush your bear pelt, epic heathen metal is making a comeback with the return of one of the most famous Finnish bands out there, Moonsorrow. It has been five years already since the dark sonic haunts of Varjoina Kuljemme Kuolleiden Maassa so the release of Jumalten Aika does feel like a return in earnest. Meaning "The Age of Gods", their latest offering is a true rebirth of that larger-than-life pagan metal sound.

With a steady lineup and a winning formula, the Helsinki natives didn't need to reinvent the wheel. And they haven't. So if you were hoping for an evolution, this album is not providing it. You could say the band stayed true to form. With 5 tracks for a running time of 67 minutes, you know you are in for the renowned Moonsorrow experience. My first impressions were that this could pass as Verisäkeet Part II. And that vibe holds strong and true through many listens. Intrigued? You should be.

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Posted: 27.03.2016 by Demonic Tutor | Comments (16)

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Night Of Suicide

Night of Suicide is an international collaboration between Ben de Graaff who is from The Netherlands and Markus Heinonen who is from Finland. Night of Suicide was born in 2005 and released 3 albums so far.
What I Have To Hide... Full-length 2006
Unanswered Full-length 2008
Desire Full-length 2011

At the 19th of March 2011 Night of Suicide did there first show in Helsinki.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Night-of-Suicide/133990700018523?sk=info&tab=page_info

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Posted: 27.03.2016 by Bad English

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Elizium

Elizium are a heavy metal band formed in 1991 in Zoetermeer, Netherlands. Heavily influenced by the many original metal bands that entered the scene in the 80's and 90's the group of friends decided to start a band devoted to making emotion-laden music.

Along with bands like Lake of Tears, Tiamat and Paradise Lost, Elizium is credited with having it's own distinctive sound, based on clean vocals, heavy guitars and many melodic elements. Their first official album Angel of Mistrust was received as an ode and milestone in the already mature Gothic metal scene. However, with the release of their second album, Relief by the Sun, the sound matured in a different direction, fitting the Dark Rock subgenre.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by Bad English

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Amon Amarth - Jomsviking

Ever since With Oden On Our Side, Amon Amarth has been steadily succumbing to softer production and less inventive songwriting, each successive album lacking something more. I can't say that Jomsviking reverses this trend, but Amon Amarth has pulled out some new tricks so as to at least slow its descent and plateau into tepid stability.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by ScreamingSteelUS | Comments (20)

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Sanctimony

SANCTIMONY plays heavy music style which they name "death'n'roll". As their influences they mark out such worldwide famous artists as Ozzy Osbourne, Entombed, Black Label Society, Motley Crue etc.

SANCTIMONY has played as special guests for Dismember in Latvia (2004), Whitesnake in Latvia (2004), Entombed in Latvia and Lithuania (2005) and mighty Judas Priest (2005).

SANCTIMONY has got many prizes in Latvia's notable music festival "Sinepes un Medus". The band has played a lot of gigs and at many festivals in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia as well as in Byelorussia.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by Bad English

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Katatonia - To Play Entire 'The Great Cold Distance' In Bulgaria

Katatonia are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their landmark album The Great Cold Distance with an exclusive show in Bulgaria. On Thursday 22nd September, they will be performing an exclusive show in the magnificent Roman theatre in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The band will be joined by the renowned Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra on their first set, playing the entire album. There will also be a second set, without the orchestra, that will see the band playing a selection of their greatest hits, both old and new. It seems promising.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (26)

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Doro - Premiere Video For New Single

Metal queen Doro is about to release a new single, Love's Gone To Hell, on April 1st through Nuclear Blast. The German band has recorded a music video for "Love's Gone To Hell" which was filmed in amazing locations such as the renaissance castle Bückeburg. Watch the final product below (or here) and enjoy the new song.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (2)

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Somnus Aeternus - New Album Details And Teasers Revealed

Czech doom metallers Somnus Aeternus are releasing their sophomore album, Exulansis, via Epidemie Records on April 1st, 2016. The 52-minute album consists of 6 tracks of doom metal tinged with post-metal and black metal influences. The record explores, in a lyrically and musically unorthodox way, the boundaries of pure madness and pure emotion. The basic premise of the concept of the album is that no matter if they take place against the everyday rut or grand circumstances, they are the only real evidence of us being alive. See the cover below and hear some of the new music.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by Wohma | Comments (2)

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Myrkvar - Working On New Songs

Dutch folk metal band Myrkvar is working on new songs in the studio. It's been 4 years already since they released the latest album, As En Bloed, so it's about time! The band has also shared photos from the recording sessions at XPZ Sound Studio. While you wait, you can also check out their previous releases via Bandcamp.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by Bad English | Comments (0)

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Weekend Nachos - Share Song From Final Album

Weekend Nachos are saying goodbye with an Apology, their final album before the end. The grindcore/hardcore unit has revealed the details surrounding their final full-length album and have shared a new track as well. Apology is thirteen tracks of utter punishment and also features guest vocal appearances from Dylan Walker of Full Of Hell. Check out the savage song "Writhe" right here.

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Posted: 26.03.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (0)

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Funeral Whore

In late 2006, Roy (Guitar/vocals), Olle (Drums) and Kellie (Guitar) created Funeral Whore with the intention to make death metal, the traditional way. Old school death metal, the way it supposed to be. Funeral Whore at that time, was in search for a bass player. After a short time, Olle left the band, and concentrated himself on his other successful street punk band, Discharger.

Roy and Kellie moved on together and found a new drummer in early 2007. Shortly afterwards, Tim (Bass) joined the band and the formation was complete. But sadly, the drummer, Jonathan was unable to rehearsal constantly. This meant, a very slow progress in writing songs. In mid 2009, after recording the first demo, Jonathan was replaced by Sven.

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Posted: 25.03.2016 by Bad English

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