South Korean Symphonic Metallers Dark Mirror Ov Tragedy announce rescheduled dates with Fleshgod Apocalypse
South Korean symphonic metal group Dark Mirror Ov Tragedy have announced the new dates supporting the excellent Italian band Fleshgod Apocalypse on the first leg of their huge European tour in 2021. The band will be appearing on all the dates from 30.09.21 to 11.10.21 which takes in Germany, France, England, Spain and Portugal. There are not many chances to catch Dark Mirror Ov Tragedy live in Europe so although these dates are a way off, be sure to note it in your dark and gothic calendars. Also appearing on these shows will be Canadian death metal group Ex Deo. This is a line-up not to be missed!
The Lord Ov Shadows, the most recent album from Dark Mirror Ov Tragedy, won “Best Metal Album of The Year” at the 2019 Korean Music Awards.
The Lord Ov Shadows comprises of over 46 minutes of outstanding relentlessness and doom, an absolute must for lovers of the genre. Classical gothic music is the primary essence of Dark Mirror Ov Tragedy, with anguished vocals and brooding instruments performing chapters and poems which evoke nothingness and wholeness, darkness and daylight, beauty and ugliness! Read more about The Lord Ov Shadows …here
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The Lord Ov Shadows | Released on January 22nd, 2019 via Sliptrick Records
Dark Mirror Ov Tragedy are:
Material Pneuma – Vocals
Gash – Guitars
Senyt – Guitars
Reverof – Bass
Confyverse – Drums
Genie – Keyboards
Band links: Official Website | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram | On Sliptrick
Switzerland's Insanity have announced their upcoming Asia Tour 2017. The band will be touring April 15-23 in South Korea and Japan with support bands like The Geeks, No Shelter, Iris and Dawn Of The Maya. Tour dates are as follows:
April 15 Seoul (S. Korea) GBN Live House
April 16 Seoul (S. Korea) GBN Live House
April 18 Tokyo (Japan) Club Science
April 19 Kashiwa (Japan) Alive
April 21 Nagoya (Japan) Rad Hall
April 22 Osaka (Japan) Sakai Goith
April 23 Tokyo (Japan) Hatsudai Wall
In other news, Insanity has inked a deal with Bastardized Recordings. Next up is the release of the Swiss Hardcore band's new album on the German label in May. Be prepared for unique, genuine Hardcore that is highly addictive through a lot of gangshouts and singalongs, all of which is based on moving rhythms in the NYHC tradition.
The band comments:
"We are honored to announce that we signed a deal with Bastardized Recordings in Germany. The label showed great interest in our music, which is why we're convinced that this is going to be a fruitful cooperation. Bastardized will release our long-announced third record, from which you can hear some first music soon, so stay tuned! We're looking forward to a successful time together."
Babymetal will appear as special guests to Metallica at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, Korea on January 11th 2017 as part of their Worldwired world tour.
Currently being rapturously received by UK audiences on Red Hot Chili Peppers mammoth arena tour of the UK, the news further cements what looks to be an incredible start to 2017 for Babymetal, which also includes supporting Guns N’ Roses in Japan in January.
“We’ve looked up to Metallica for so long and to be able to join them on their tour is a dream come true. It will be our first performance for 2017 so we are really looking forward to receiving a lot of good energy from them to kick off the new year!!”
“I am just so thrilled at the amazing recent news of being able to join such big bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers and Guns N’ Roses, and now Metallica!! I just can’t keep up! Metallica is such an important part of what Babymetal does. I feel that we were able to make it this far all thanks to Metallica-san! It’s still so unbelievable to be able to play with them and I’m incredibly happy! Very excited for 2017!”
“It is such an honour to be able to join the Metal Master Metallica on their tour! We’ve been blessed to be able to join many different artists up to this point and we are very excited to see what we can learn next from Metallica. I hope we are able to absorb as much as possible from our Metal Master! Looking forward to learning new and unimaginable things from them!!”
The announcement comes ahead of the release of their ‘Live At Wembley’ album, which is released this Friday 9th December via earMUSIC, and marks great piece of news in what has been a massively successful year for the band.
Summer saw them perform at the main stage of Download festival in June – but not before scooping a Kerrang! Award for Best Live Band, with July seeing the girls pair up with metal god and Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford at the Alternative Press Magazine Awards for a once in a lifetime live collaboration.
September brought another UK award for Best Live Act, this time courtesy of the Association Of Independent Music, just a couple of weeks before their biggest headline shows to date; Babymetal attracted 110,000 people over two nights at the huge Tokyo Dome in Japan.
Babymetal recently announced the release of a new ‘Live At Wembley’ album (December 9th via earMUSIC). With a carefully selected tracklisting, the CD captures the spectacular performance recorded at Babymetal’s first ever UK Arena show, 'Babymetal World Tour 2016 kicks off at The SSE Arena, Wembley’. The KKKK rated album was described by Kerrang! Magazine, who last week gave the band their first Kerrang! cover, “proof of what a devastating live force they are”
Preorders of “Live At Wembley” – released digitally on December 30th - are available on iTunes at the following link: http://smarturl.it/BMWembley_iTunes
Pre-order the album here: http://smarturl.it/BABYMETALWembley
Babymetal are currently on tour with Red Hot Chili Peppers. Catch them at the following shows:
Thursday 8 December Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Saturday 10 December Birmingham Genting Arena
Sunday 11 December Birmingham Genting Arena
Wednesday 14 December Manchester Arena
Thursday 15 December Manchester Arena
Sunday 18 December London The O2
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