Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of Italian heavy metallers Hyperion's debut album, Dangerous Days, and they've decided to celebrate it by releasing a video clip with live footage from the song "Ultimatum." You can see the band onstage while enjoying this killer dose of metal! See & hear Hyperion's "Ultimatum" video HERE.
Dangerous Days contains eight songs in 45 minutes. Production and mastering were assembled as to recreate the pure, classic, steel-solid heavy metal sound of the '80s in the vein of bands like Judas Priest, Annihilator, Iron Maiden, Metallica, and Megadeth. Cover artwork for Dangerous Days was painted by Australian artist Alex Reies, who originally entitled it "The Lord and the Colonel."
Portuguese thrash metallers Rasgo have published a video for the track "Homens Ao Mar", which was recorded on March 7th with the "Circulo de Musica de Camara" Orchestra, directed by Pedro Teixeira Silva.
"Homens Ao Mar" (translates into "men overboard"), showcases a band that is not afraid of exploring and creating a solid musical output, while showing their ability to musically adapt to different environments.
This track is, without any doubt, an intriguing listen but a very quality-oriented one that combines two very distinct universes, and that will work with all the open minded thrashers out there, as well as the symphonic metal fans.
"We had the dream of giving this track a really epic dimension and that's the reason why we've decided to record it with an orchestra. We're very pleased with the final result and we feel this work is a giant step in our journey! In fact, we like to take risks, break barriers and do new things that, as far as I'm concerned, were never done by other Portuguese thrash metal band... debuting at the Coliseum with Slayer was already something unique and recording with the orchestra was another great achievement."
Watch the video for "Homens Ao Mar" with the "Circulo de Musica de Camara" Orchestra at this location:
Polish black / death overlords Behemoth have announced that they will be releasing a brand new live DVD/Blu-Ray entitled ‘Messe Noire’ on April 13th 2018.
Commented singer, guitarist and main-man Nergal:
"’Messe Noire’. Well, that is everything that the Behemoth live magic represents, and we‘re stoked that we have a true representation on record for everyone out there to enjoy. ’Messe Noire‘ captures the true intensity of what we do as a band and the energy we share with our fans. This is also an exclamation mark, the perfect way to conclude ‘The Satanist’ cycle which has been an overwhelming experience and amazing chapter in Behemoth‘s career and our lives so far! By the release of ‘Messe Noire’ we would like to hail our legions all around the world for undying support! Now let the art speak..."
Watch the official teaser video via Behemoth's Facebook page
The band also released the live cut of the performance of crushing 'Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel' which you can watch, here: www.messenoire.pl
‘Messe Noire’ includes the band's victorious shows in Warsaw, Poland on October 8th, 2016 and Brutal Assault 2016 as well as ‘The Satanist’ cinematic archive featuring all official videos associated with the band's globally successful record of the same name.
The release will be made available as limited earbook edition including the DVD, the Blu-ray and the CD, as well as DVD/CD or Blu-Ray/CD digibooks. The vinyl versions contain the Warsaw gig and will be available on silver, gold (Nuclear Blast Mailorder exclusive) and black vinyl.
Pre-order now at this location:
See all individual formats here:
Black Vinyl: http://nblast.de/behemothmnblkvin
Gold Vinyl: http://nblast.de/BehemothStore
Silver Vinyl: http://nblast.de/BehemothStore
Digital album: https://apple.co/2osh0kN
Over the last year Delain have been celebrating their ten year anniversary – from the release of their fifth full-length Moonbathers and an anniversary edition of their debut album Lucidity to extensive headline tours across Europe and North America to gracing some of the world’s biggest festival stages – the band is set to cap it off with the release of their first ever live DVD / Blu-Ray package coming out on October 27, 2017 on Napalm Records!
'A Decade of Delain: Live at Paradiso' was filmed at a sold out gig at Amsterdam’s legendary Paradiso on December 10, 2016. Delain was joined on stage throughout the evening by Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy), Liv Kristine, Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory), and many other special guests and collaborators.
Coming as a 2-CD / DVD / Blu-Ray as well as LP Gatefold editions, 'A Decade of Delain – Live At Paradiso' is now available for pre-order HERE!
The set list for the evening showcased songs spanning Delain's entire decade-long existence, including everything from the sing-along singles to cuts from the band’s vault that are rarely played live. On top of the full live concert, the package includes an exclusive documentary about the band entitled We Are The Others – A Decade of Delain, a bonus live performance of “We Are the Others” from Masters of Rock 2015, and the “Suckerpunch” music video.
Says the band: After months of planning, performing and putting together our first ever live DVD / CD / Blu-Ray "A Decade of Delain - Live at Paradiso", we are very excited to be so close it's release now! What to expect? Have a look at this trailer for a sneak peek! We hope you enjoy it, and we hope it makes you extra eager to experience the complete 115 minute show and all cool extras, including the documentary "We Are The Others - A Decade of Delain" very soon!
Check out Delain's teaser for their upcoming live release right HERE!
The tracklist of 'A Decade of Delain – Live At Paradiso' reads as follows:
1. Intro (The Monarch)
2. Hands of Gold (featuring Alissa White-Gluz)
4. The Glory and the Scum
5. Get the Devil Out of Me
6. Army of Dolls
7. The Hurricane
8. April Rain
9. Where Is The Blood (featuring Burton C. Bell)
10. Here Come the Vultures
11. Fire With Fire
12. The Tragedy of the Commons (featuring Alissa White-Gluz)
13. Danse Macabre
14. Sleepwalkers Dream (featuring Rob van der Loo, Sander Zoer, and Guus Eikens)
15. Your Body is a Battleground (featuring Marco Hietala – video)
16. Stay Forever
17. See Me In Shadow (featuring Liv Kristine and Elianne Anemaat)
18. The Gathering
19. Pristine (featuring George Oosthoek)
20. Mother Machine
21. Sing to Me (featuring Marco Hietala – video)
22. Don’t Let Go
23. We Are the Others
DVD/Blu-Ray Bonus Content:
1. We Are the Others – A Decade of Delain documentary
2. “We Are the Others” – live at Masters of Rock 2015
3. “Suckerpunch” official music video
In support of Delain's upcoming live release, the band will hit the road for the Danse Macabre Tour this Fall, featuring special guest and frequent collaborator Marco Hietala from Nightwish on all dates, along with a very special set list of rarely-played Delain songs! Support will be coming from Serenity and Cellar Darling.
Catch this very special and exciting live package on the following dates:
Oct. 26 – Paris, France – Alhambra
Oct. 27 – Pratteln, Switzerland – Z7
Oct. 28 – Bochum, Germany – Zeche (SOLD OUT)
Oct. 29 – Munich, Germany – Backstage
Oct. 31 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli (SOLD OUT)
Nov. 1 – London, UK – Koko (SOLD OUT)
Delain will follow the Danse Macabre Tour with a string of dates in South America in late 2017 and a full North American tour with Kamelot and Battlebeast in Spring 2018:
Nov. 18 – Sao Paolo, Brazil – Manifesto
Nov. 19 – Granfinos, Brazil – Granfinos
Nov. 21 – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil – Theatro Odissea
Nov. 23 – Santiago, Chile – Club Subterraneo
Nov. 24 – Rosario, Argentina – Teatro Vorterix Rosario (w/ Amaranthe)
Nov. 25 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Estadio Luna Park (w/ Tarja and Amaranthe)
Apr. 16 – Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
Apr. 17 – Charlotte, NC – Filmore Underground
Apr. 18 – Silver Springs, MD – The Filmore
Apr. 20 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
Apr. 22 – Montreal, QC – Metropolis
Apr. 23 – Toronto, ON – The Opera House
Apr. 25 – Albany, NY – Upstate Concert Hall
Apr. 26 – Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Music Hall
Apr. 27 – Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
Apr. 28 – Minneapolis, MN – The Cabooze
Apr. 29 – Des Moines, IA – Wooly's
May 01 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theater
May 02 – Salt Lake City, UT – Complex
May 04 – San Jose, CA – City National Civic
May 05 – Anaheim, CA – Grove Anaheim
May 06 – Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater
May 08 - Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
May 09 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues
May 11 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
May 12 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
May 13 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
On Friday 24th March, the official pre-sale for the concert film "Rammstein: Paris" began ahead of its worldwide release on May 19. The film, which will be released in many configurations, sets new standards. In March 2012, during the "Made in Germany" tour, Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund shot two acclaimed Rammstein concerts at the Palais Omnisports arena in Paris in front of 17,000 spectators. Featuring 22 songs from the band’s entire repertoire, the resulting film is not only the most spectacular collection of imagery about the most successful German rock band of our time, but also a masterpiece of music cinema, capturing Rammstein's energy as a unique visual and sonic experience.
Åkerlund is notorious for his radical, pioneering video clips for bands such as The Prodigy, Metallica, the Rolling Stones and also Rammstein. Absurd details, upended perspectives, shocks of contrast and sensory confusion flicker through his music productions, and in "Rammstein: Paris", he celebrates this from the very first minute. Rammstein play 22 songs (128 mins), ranging from "Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?", the first song from the very first album, to "Frühling in Paris" from the last studio album "Liebe ist für alle da".
Artistically and dramaturgically ingeniously staged, like an overwhelming video clip, "Rammstein: Paris" is one of the best rock concert films of all time. “Absolument“
A first impression of this masterpiece can be seen HERE.
Gorguts' celebrated Metalorgie Fest IV appearance at Le Ferrailleur in Nantes from 2016 is now being streamed in full via YouTube at the link below. This pro-shot show includes a complete performance of the Canadians' acclaimed latest EP 'Pleiades' Dust' among other highlights.
Music & lyrics: Gorguts
Images, sound & editing: David "Apollo's Mouse" Even
Mix & mastering: Fabien W. Furter (http://wheelfall.com)
Brazilian extreme metal lords Nervochaos have posted on their YouTube Channel two outstanding 360° videos, featuring the songs "Total Satan" (from "Battalions of Hate" released in 2010) and "The Devil's Work", taken from "The Art of Vengeance" album (2014).
Comments the band:
"This is a project by Tellus Studios, we recorded the videos earlier this year and we wanted to release some clips to our fans. Expect more videos coming soon. Thanks to Tellus Studio & everyone involved on this project."
Tellus Studio stated:
"We thank you, for the honour that you gave us in being able to work for you. You are a great band, and excellent people! We are your fans! \m/ hail NervoChaos!!!!!!"
(To watch 360° videos, you need the latest version of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer on your computer. On mobile devices, use the latest version of the YouTube app.)
Here's "Total Satan" for you: https://youtu.be/2AntmUMeGQY
Watch "The Devil's Work" here: https://youtu.be/kSXr9P2eqQ4
German symphonic metallers Beyond The Black have unveiled a new performance video for the title-track of their forthcoming debut international release, “Lost In Forever”, out on 13th January 2017.
Watch the video for "Lost In Forever" here: https://youtu.be/qMo_F-ZWYeI
Joining dynamic, world-class frontwoman and vocalist Jennifer Haben in a brand new line-up are Christian Hermsdörfer (guitar & backing vocals), Tobias Lodes (guitar & backing vocals), Jonas Roßner (keyboards & backing vocals), Stefan Kerkenhoff (bass) and Kai Tschierschky (drums).
With a solid new line-up and string of high-profile support slots (Korn, The Scorpions) and festival appearances (Wacken, Bloodstock) under their belts, Beyond The Black are set to dazzle new audiences in 2017 - the power-packed sextet have been confirmed to support Epica and Powerwolf on their upcoming European tour, which includes a stop at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on 3rd February.
Already critically-acclaimed in their native Germany, an international tour edition of “Lost in Forever” will be released worldwide for the first time on 13th January 2017, featuring four brand-new bonus tracks, “The Other Side”, “Dim The Spotlight”, “Our Little Time” and “Rage Before The Storm”.
In the coming week My Kingdom Music will present the cover and track-list of "Sacred / Scared", debut album of the female fronted Metal band 5Rand.
In the meanwhile they provide you a window on what goes on their intense live shows with a fantastic performance in "Preacher Of Lies", a video taken in Rome at Traffic Club supporting the mighty Fleshgod Apocalypse.
The video was created by Sanda Movies and edited by Martina L. McLean, where Julia, singer of the band shows how skilful, versatile and talented she is!
The debut album will see the light on February 2017.
Ne Obliviscaris have revealed a live-video for the track "And Plague Flowers the Kaleidoscope", which is taken from their debut album 'Portal of I'. It can be viewed by clicking the video below.
This pro-shot with excellent mixing desk sound was created by Litty Productions.
Editors: Lili Brown, Aaron Saye
Cameras: Aaron Saye, Lili Brown
Theatre Sound: Joey Ciak
Post Production Sound Mixing: Marshall Wieczorek
Following their recent celebrated journey with Enslaved in Europe, Ne Obliviscaris are about to embark on the final and biggest Australia tour in support of their latest album 'Citadel' starting in Melbourne on November 25th. Please see below for a list of all confirmed dates.
NE OBLIVISCARIS Australia
+ THE OCEAN + JACK THE STRIPPER
25 Nov 16 Melbourne (AU) 170 Russell
26 Nov 16 Adelaide (AU) Fowler's Live
30 Nov 16 Canberra (AU) The Basement
01 Dec 16 Sydney (AU) Manning Bar
02 Dec 16 Newcastle (AU) The Cambridge Hotel
03 Dec 16 Brisbane (AU) The Brightside
04 Dec 16 Perth (AU) Capitol
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