Epic melodic death metallers Nothgard release video for 2nd single, “Epitaph”

– August 9th, 2018 –

Epic melodic death metallers Nothgard have just finished working on their 2nd video clip in support of their upcoming new album, Malady X – due out October 26th via Metal Blade Records. Head over to youtube.com/watch?v=qTV5W7u0EXY to check out the video for “Epitaph”!

Bandleader Dom R. Crey comments about “Epitaph”: “The first single ‘Malady X’ is out for three weeks now and we are super happy about all the amazing feedback. The time has come to unleash the second single and music video, this time in 4k quality! ‘Epitaph’ is a very special song for me. Based on the concept of constant struggle in a world where all of us need to find their places. Sometimes this can be tough and very often some of us have the feeling of not being part of this world – or do not even want to be part. Song-wise ‘Epitaph’ is one of my favorite tracks on this album. But before I tell too much I would rather recommend you to check out the video and song.”

For another preview of Malady X, the title track can be heard at: metalblade.com/nothgard – where the album can also be pre-ordered in the following formats:


–ltd. 1st ed. Digipak-CD
–box set (EU exclusive – limited to 300 copies)
–180g black vinyl
–dead gold marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 200 copies)
–light grey marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 200 copies)
–red/black marbled vinyl (EMP exclusive – limited to 120 copies)
–clear/black marbled vinyl (US exclusive – limited to 100 copies)

Nothgard has recorded Malady X at Def-Creation and & Southern Deathcult studios and called the renowned Jens Bogren (Amon Amarth, Arch Enemy, Kreator, Opeth, etc.) for mastering duties. The result is an album full of epic melodic death metal anthems!

Malady X track-listing
1. Voyage To Decay (Intro)
2. Malady X
3. Shades Of War
4. Guardians Of Sanity
5. Epitaph
6. Deamonium I
7. Serpent Hollow
8. Devil Will Know
9. Fall Of An Empire
10. Herald Of Death
11. Black Horizon
12. Eye For An Eye (ltd. Digi-CD bonus)
13. Ninja (ltd. Digi-CD bonus)

Nothgard will play special release shows at the end of October, along with friends Parasite Inc.. See below for dates!

Nothgard release shows
w/ Parasite Inc.

Oct. 26 – Jena, Germany – F-Haus
Oct. 27 – Markneukirchen, Germany – Warwick Music Hall
Oct. 28 – Ingolstadt, Germany – Eventhalle Westpark *with Equilibrium
Oct. 31 – Linda, Germany – Vaudeville
Nov. 1 – Vocklabruck, Austria – Okh

Nothgard will also join forces with Finnish epic melodic death metallers Omnium Gatherum and Wolfheart for the “Burning Cold Over Europe 2018″ tour this November. See below for all dates!

Nothgard tour dates
w/ Omnium Gatherum, Wolfheart

Nov. 7 – Munich, Germany – Backstage
Nov. 8 – Hamburg, Germany – Kaiserkeller
Nov. 9 – Berlin, Germany – Bi Nuu
Nov. 10 – Stuttgart, Germany – ClubCANN
Nov. 11 – Prague, Czech Republic – Nova Chmelnice
Nov. 12 – Budapest, Hungary – Durer Kert 041
Nov. 13 – Vienna, Austria – Szene
Nov. 15 – Essen, Germany – Turock
Nov. 16 – London, United Kingdom – The Dome
Nov. 17 – Rotterdam, Netherlands – Baroeg
Nov. 18 – Vosselaar, Belgium – Biebop
Nov. 19 – Paris, France – Le Petit Bain
Nov. 21 – Madrid, Spain – Copernico
Nov. 22 – Barcelona, Spain – Boveda
Nov. 23 – Lyon, France – MJC O Totem
Nov. 24 – Lucerne, Switzerland – Schuur
Nov. 25 – Trier, Germany – Mergener Hof

Nothgard line-up:
Dom R. Crey – Vocals, Lead Guitar, Studio Keyboards
Skaahl – Guitars
Nico Kolja – Bass, Backing Vocals
Felix Indra – Drums

Photo credit: Andreas-Richter; Photoart-Peter Sallai

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Within Temptation To Release New Album, “Resist” In December

In a recent interview with Metal Hammer, Sharon Den Adel of Dutch symphonic metal outfit Within Temptation revealed that the band will release their seventh album, “Resist,” on December 14th via Spinefarm Records/Universal Music Germany.

Speaking about the record, vocalist Sharon Den Adel tells Metal Hammer: “Sometimes it feels that today’s pop music lacks a rebellious edge. Our main goal was to collect pieces from sounds we did like then roughen the whole thing up as much as we could, allowing us to shape a new musical world that is heavier, dirtier and more futuristic than we’ve ever created before. Resist is our new take on metal; our way of giving a fresh lease of life to the rebellious edge of modern music.”

The band will be promoting the release of the album with a lengthy European tour, which features the following dates:

October 11 – Grand Hall Siberia – Krasnoyarsk, Russia
October 13 – House Of Culture – Novosibirsk, Russia
October 15 – Kosmos – Yekaterinenburg, Russia
October 17 – Milo Club – Nizhny Nivgorod, Russia
October 18 – Stadium Club – Moscow, Russia
October 19 – A2 – St. Petersburg, Russia
October 20 – Metro Areena – Espoo, Finland
October 22 – The Annex – Stockholm, Sweden
October 23 – Sentrum Scene – Oslo, Norway
October 24 – Valby Hallen – Copenhagen, Denmark
October 26 – Sala Ziemi – Poznan, Poland
October 27 – Torwar – Warsaw, Poland
November 9 – O2 Academy – Birmingham, UK
November 10 – O2 Apollo – Manchester, UK
November 11 – O2 Academy – Glasgow, UK
November 13 – O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK
November 16 – Le Zénith – Paris, France
November 17 – Lotto Arena – Antwerp, Belgium
November 19 – Palladium – Cologne, Germany
November 20 – Rockhal – Luxembourg, Luxembourg
November 21 – Samsung Halle – Zürich, Switzerland
November 24 – AFAS Live – Amsterdam, Netherlands
November 25 – MartiniPlaza – Groningen, Netherlands
December 8 – Columbiahalle – Berlin, Germany
December 9 – Mehr! Theater – Hamburg, Germany
December 11 – Forum Karlin – Prague, Czech Republic
December 12 – Tüskecsarnok – Budapest, Hungary
December 13 – Gasometer – Vienna, Austria
December 15 – Fabrique – Milan, Italy
December 16 – MHP Arena – Ludwigsburg, Germany
December 17 – Zenith – Munich, Germany
December 18 – Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt, Germany
December 21 – 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands
December 22 – 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands

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Soilwork Release 2nd Studio Trailer

SOILWORK have finished the recordings for their upcoming 11th studio album. The as of yet untitled album is the band’s first in more than three years and also marks the first to feature Bastian Thusgaard on drums, who replaced Dirk Verbeuren in 2016.

Today the band released the second studio webisode in which they talk about their inspiration on the recording process of the album. Watch it below:

SOILWORK will embark on an extensive European co-headlining run with label mates AMORPHIS and NAILED TO OBSCURITY as well as JINJER from January 11 through to February 16:

SOILWORK / AMORPHIS
+ JINJER
+ NAILED TO OBSCURITY
11.01. D Oberhausen – Turbinenhalle 2
12.01. NL Nijmegen – Doornroosje
13.01. D Hamburg – Markthalle
14.01. DK Copenhagen – Amager Bio
15.01. S Stockholm – Fryshuset
16.01. N Oslo – Rockefeller Music Hall
18.01. D Hanover – Capitol
19.01. D Leipzig – Hellraiser
20.01. PL Krakow – Klub Kwadrat
22.01. RO Bucharest – Arenele Romane
23.01. BG Sofia – Universiada Hall
25.01. H Budapest – Barba Negra Music Club
26.01. A Vienna – Ottakringer Brauerei
27.01. CZ Zlín – Masters of Rock Café
28.01. SK Bratislava – Majestic Music Club
29.01. D Berlin – Kesselhaus
30.01. D Munich – Backstage (Werk)
01.02. D Geiselwind – MusicHall
02.02. D Cologne – Essigfabrik
03.02. B Antwerp – Trix Muziekcentrum
04.02. UK London – Electric Ballroom
06.02. F Paris – Cabaret Sauvage
07.02. F Toulouse – Le Bikini
08.02. E Madrid – Mon
09.02. E Barcelona – Salamandra
10.02. F Lyon – Le Transbordeur
12.02. I Trezzo sull‘Adda (MI) – Live Music Club
13.02. D Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
14.02. D Saarbrücken – Garage
15.02. D Stuttgart – LKA Longhorn
16.02. CH Pratteln – Z7

SOILWORK is:
Björn “Speed” Strid – vocals
David Andersson – guitars
Sven Karlsson – keyboards
Sylvain Coudret – guitars
Bastian Thusgaard – drums

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Obscura, Fallujah, Allegaeon, Etc. Winter European/UK Tour Announced

Obscura announced the dates for their winter European/UK run with Fallujah, Allegaeon and First Fragment as support acts. Below’s where that trek will stop:

02/01 Munchen, GER – Backstage
02/02 Nurnberg, GER – Z-Bau
02/03 Haarlem, NET – Patronaat
02/04 Bristol, UK – The Fleece
02/05 Dublin, IRE – Voodoo Lounge
02/06 Glasgow, UK – Cathouse
02/07 Manchester, UK – Rebellion
02/08 London, UK – 02 Academy Islington
02/09 Paris, FRA – Trabendo
02/10 Toulouse, FRA – Metronum
02/11 Bilbao,SPA – Santana 27
02/12 Porto, POR – Hard Club
02/13 Madrid, SPA – Caracol
02/14 Barcelona, SPA – Boveda
02/15 Lyon, FRA – CCO
02/16 Milan, ITA – Legend
02/17 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
02/18 Wien, AUT – Arena
02/19 Leipzig, GER – Conne Island
02/20 Berlin, GER – Lido
02/21 Hamburg, GER – Logo
02/22 Oberhausen, GER – Kulttempel
02/23 Salzburg, AUT – Rockhouse

Obscura released their latest album “Diluvium” this past July.

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The Ocean Collective announces new album, ‘Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic’

– September 5th, 2018 –

Stream new single, “Permian: The Great Dying”, now

The Ocean excel in their idiosyncratic nuances and hammering insistence on this Teutonic paean to Earth’s geology.”Revolver

The Ocean do for earth science class what Mastodon did for Melville: make learning brutal.”Decibel

The Ocean remains one of the great optimisms in progressive metal.”Blabbermouth

“…not a band to be taken lightly, even if that were possible…the future of progressive metal itself.”Metal Injection

Expansive, all-encompassing, reaching extraordinary depths…all can be said about both the dark abyss that forms the vast majority of our planet, and the band from which it takes its name. Today, The Ocean Collective announces their massive two-part return, four years in the making. This November, Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic will be released, with Phanerozoic II to follow in 2020.

The Ocean marks their rebirth with “Permian,” a nine-minute epic about The Great Dying. Explains guitarist and primary songwriter Robin Staps, “About 90% of all life on Earth was wiped out during this mass extinction event at the end of the Permian period, 250 million years ago. The most probable scenario is that The Great Dying was caused by increased volcanic activity inducing a global warming of about five degrees, which led to widespread ocean anoxia and the release of large amounts of methane gas from shallow seabeds into the atmosphere. This fast release of methane, a greenhouse gas, caused even further warming.”

All of this occurred long before humanity appeared on the map, yet the effects of this global warming cannot be ignored. Says Robin, “There is no reason to assume that the results of the current human-caused warming would not be, at best, similarly devastating. The same increase in global temperatures that happened over the course of at least 150,000 years at the end of the Permian is likely to happen in just a few hundred years now. Looking at the five mass extinction events during the Phanerozoic eon reminds us that even without human impact, Earth has the power and potential to wipe out humanity in its entirety, at any given moment in time.”

Ebbs and flows of proggy melodies, crushing guitars, swelling strings and powerful vocals match the heavy lyrical themes The Ocean Collective has made its signature. Phanerozoic I is now available for pre-order, along with meticulously designed merch bundles, something for which they’ve become known, and will be released November 2 via Metal Blade Records (CD / digital) and the band’s own Pelagic Records (vinyl). Pre-order now via Metal Blade Records: metalblade.com/theocean

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Since 2001, the Berlin-based musician collective The Ocean Collective have released 7 critically acclaimed studio albums, and a split EP with Japanese post-rock legends Mono. With an ever-changing lineup of various on- and off-stage musicians and visual artists, the relentlessly touring group have become well known for their immense, mind-expanding live shows, which they have carried into the most remote corners of the globe, from Siberian squats to colonial theatres in Ecuador.

Over the course of their storied career, The Ocean Collective have toured with Opeth, Mastodon, Mono, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Anathema, Between The Buried And Me and Devin Townsend, and have appeared on major festivals including Roskilde, Dour, Pukkelpop, Roadburn, Wacken, With Full Force, Summer Slaughter, Summer Breeze and Graspop. The band’s own Pelagic Records has also become one of Europe’s leading labels for post-rock and post-metal, with a catalog of 120 releases since 2009.

After 5 years of touring on Pelagial, the band started recording their 8th studio album in February 2018, split into two volumes to be separately released in 2018 and 2020 respectively, titled Phanerozoic. The Phanerozoic eon succeeded the Precambrian supereon, spanning a 500 million-year period leading to the present day, and it has witnessed the evolution and diversification of plant and animal life on Earth, and the partial destruction of it during 5 mass extinction events. Conceptually and musically, The Ocean Collective‘s Phanerozoic is the missing link between the albums Precambrian and Heliocentric / Anthropocentric.

Guitarist and primary songwriter Robin Staps penned Phanerozoic as he did its predecessors, in seclusion in a house by the ocean. The first volume of the double album Phanerozoic is made up of bleak and heavy songs, boiled down to the essential core of the musical ideas driving them. With analog synths merging with the heavy guitars, the addition of Peter Voigtmann to the band’s ranks has made a marked difference. After years of handling the spectacular lighting design at The Ocean Collective‘s live shows, essentially “playing drums on the lighting console every night” as Staps puts it, he now brings a bevy of angry, dystopian sounds to the songs. Phanerozoic also marks the recording debut of bassist Mattias Hagerstrand and drummer Paul Seidel, who both bring their own style and approach to their respective instruments.

As with all of The Ocean Collective‘s releases, the music is only one piece of the puzzle. The collective has always been known for lyrics that are poignant and thought-provoking, and Phanerozoic is no exception. The central idea upon which the lyrics are premised is that of ‘eternal recurrence’, “Nietzsche’s concept that everything happens over and over again, an infinite amount of times throughout infinite time and space”, Staps explains. “When you look at Earth’s history you find a lot of evidence for this: continents have collided and drifted apart across the oceans and collided again, life nearly disappeared various times but then resurged again… this album is essentially about time, perception of time, and repetition. It is about coming to terms with the fact that there are things in life which will recur and which we cannot change and finding ways of dealing with that”.

The immediacy of Phanerozoic can be attributed to the band working out every detail and testing every song live in the rehearsal room prior to heading into the studio, a different approach as compared to their previous releases. The process of laying down tracks began in Iceland, with the drums being tracked at Sigur Ros’ own Sundlaugin Studios with long-time friend and producer Julien Fehlmann. A big drum room with great natural reverb located in a bleak and beautiful place surrounded by nature provided the perfect location for the initiation of this record.

The remainder of the album was tracked in Berlin. A brass section was recorded, and previous collaborators Vincent Membrez (piano) and longtime live cellist Dalai Theofilopoulou are featured. Katatonia vocalist Jonas Renkse delivers a stunning performance on the 11 minute track “Devonian”. However, this is very much vocalist Loic Rossetti’s album. Staps and Rossetti worked extensively, trying out a variety of styles and focusing on finding the best possible approach for each song. “Loic screaming over a heavy part always works great, but our goal was to avoid always going the obvious route this time”, Staps explains. The result is an album which gains its heaviness not from the surface but from below, not so much from the vocals, but from the underlying riffage, bass and drumming.

It was a conscious decision not to let this fondness of experimenting stretch to the choice of the team working on the album: Julien Fehlmann tracked drums, Jens Bogren (Katatonia, Opeth) handled mixing and mastering duties, and Norwegian artist Martin Kvamme, whose only clients are Mike Patton and The Ocean Collective, was once more in charge of the mind-blowing artwork, making this his 5th consecutive collaboration with the collective. “There’s no reason to change a perfectly working formula”, Staps comments. “When Jens played us the basic sound of the record, Loic and I looked at each other and our jaws dropped. It sounded SO FUCKING HEAVY that for a moment we were thinking about what we could potentially do to make it sound a bit more human and a bit less perfect… but we eventually learned to accept that Jens had simply done an outstanding job”.

Each of The Ocean Collective‘s releases has proven a profoundly immersive experience, with an unrivalled attention to detail – something which becomes particularly apparent in the award-winning packaging: for the lavish acrylic boxset that came with 2013′s Pelagial, over 10.000 acrylic layers were individually silk-screen printed and manually assembled. That which accompanied 2010′s double album Heliocentric / Anthropocentric was particularly unique, its gatefold sleeve featuring rotating gold-foiled PVC dials screwed on top of it. Phanerozoic will not fall short of its predecessors: Phanerozoic will come in a trifold (LP) / digipak (CD) with die cuts through multiple layers, creating a 3D effect; topped off by metallic inks and a blind embossing emulating a rock structure.


Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic track-listing:
1. The Cambrian Explosion
2. Cambrian II: Eternal Recurrence
3. Ordovicium: The Glaciation of Gondwana
4. Silurian: Age of Sea Scorpions
5. Devonian: Nascent
6. The Carboniferous Rainforest Collapse
7. Permian: The Great Dying

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Ozzy Osbourne & Judas Priest European/UK Tour Announced

Ozzy Osbourne‘s forthcoming European/UK tour will find him joined by Judas Priest as special guests in early2019. Dates for said trek , dubbed ‘No More Tours 2‘, will run as follows:

01/30 Dublin, IRE – 3 Arena
02/01 Nottingham, UK – Motorpoint Arena
02/03 Manchester, UK – Manchester Arena
02/05 Newcastle, UK – Metro Radio Arena
02/07 Glasgow, UK – SSE Hydro
02/09 Birmingham, UK – Genting Arena
02/11 London, UK – O2 arena
02/13 Munich, GER – Olympiahalle
02/15 Frankfurt, GER – Festhalle
02/17 Hamburg, GER – Barclaycard Arena
02/19 Berlin, GER – Mercedes-Benz Arena
02/22 Stockholm, SWE – Tele2
02/24 Helsinki, FIN – Hartwall Arena
02/27 Zurich, SWI – Hallenstadion
03/01 Bologna, ITA – Unipol Arena
03/03 Barcelona, SPA – Palau Sant Jordi

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Haken Early 2019 European/UK Tour Announced

Haken announce their European/UK tour in support of their new full-length “Vector“, which InsideOut Music will have out in stores on October 26th. Support acts for this recently revealed tour have yet to be announced.

02/15 Manchester, UK – Academy 3
02/16 Glasgow, UK – St. Lukes
02/17 Bristol, UK – The Fleece
02/19 Cologne, GER – Essigfabrik
02/20 Frankfurt, GER – Batschkapp
02/21 Hamburg, GER – Ubel & Gefahrlich
02/22 Copenhagen, DEN – Lille Vega
02/23 Oslo, NOR – John Dee
02/24 Stockholm, SWE – Debaser Strand
02/26 Berlin, GER – Columbia Theater
02/27 Krakow, POL – Kwadrat
02/28 Budapest, HUN – A38
03/02 Vienna, AUT – Szene
03/03 Prague, CZE – Futurum
03/04 Leipzig, GER – Conne Island
03/06 Stuttgart, GER – Im Wizemann
03/07 Munich, GER – Backstage Halle
03/08 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
03/09 Milan, ITA – Magazzini Generali
03/10 Lyon, FRA – Transbordeur
03/12 Madrid, SPA – Mon Live
03/13 Bilbao, SPA – Kafe Antzokia
03/14 Paris, FRA – La Maroquinerie
03/15 Zoetermeer, NET – De Boerderij
03/16 London, UK – Islington Assembly Hall
03/23 Helsinki, FIN – Tavastia

This run will follow their fall North American tour with Leprous and Bent Knee:

10/30 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot Ballroom
10/31 Toronto, ON – Opera House
11/01 Montreal, QC – Astral
11/02 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
11/03 New York, NY – Highline Ballroom
11/04 Boston, MA – The Sinclair
11/06 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
11/07 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
11/08 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
11/09 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
11/10 Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live
11/11 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
11/13 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey
11/14 Austin, TX – Barracuda
11/16 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom
11/17 Pomona, CA – Glass House
11/18 San Francisco, CA – August Hall
11/19 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
11/20 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
11/21 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater
11/23 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
11/24 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater
11/25 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater
11/26 St. Louis, MO – Delmar Hall
11/27 Nashville, TN – Exit/In
11/29 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
11/30 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom
12/01 Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge

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Benighted Premiere “Martyr” From Upcoming 20th Anniversary Release

Benighted debut a new song titled “Martyr” that will appear on their forthcoming limited edition 20th annviersary collection, “Dogs Always Bite Harder Than Their Master“. That outing will be released on October 12th via Season Of Mist and will feature a number of previously unreleased songs.

As previously reported, the band will be out with Aborted and Cryptopsy in Europe this fall on this tour:

11/01 Leeuwarden, NET – Neushoorn
11/02 Mulhouse, FRA – Noumatrouff
11/03 Sint Niklass, BEL – Casino
11/04 St-Brieux, FRA – La Citrouille
11/08 Biarritz, FRA – Atabal
11/09 Madrid, SPA – Caracol
11/10 Barcelona, SPA – Boveda
11/11 Lyon, FRA – CCO
11/12 Brescia, ITA – Circolo Colony
11/13 Ljubljana, SLO – Ortor Bar
11/14 Fribourg, SWI – Fri-Son
11/15 Vienna, AUT – Arena
11/16 Munich, GER – Feierwerk
11/17 Ostrava, CZE – Barak Music Club
11/18 Prague, CZE – Roxy
11/19 Poznan, POL – Klub Y Bazyla
11/20 Berlin, GER – Cassiopeia
11/21 Copenhagen, DEN – Pumpehuset
11/22 Hamburg, GER – Bambi Galore
11/23 Essen, GER – Turock
11/24 Weinheim, GER – Cafe Central
11/25 Eindhoven, NET – Dynamo

Track list:

01 – “Teeth And Hatred”
02 – “Martyr”
03 – “Dogs Always Bite Harder Than Their Master”
04 – “Slaughter Of The Soul” (At The Gates cover)
05 – “Reptilian” (live in Lyon 2018)
06 – “Cum With Disgust” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Arno of Black Bomb A)
07 – “Spit” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Niklas Kvarforth of Shining)
08 – “Necrobreed” (live in Lyon 2018)
09 – “Unborn Infected Children” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Sven “Svencho” de Caluwe of Aborted & Nikita Kamprad of Der Weg einer Freiheit)
10 – “Foetus” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Ben Wright of Unfathomable Ruination)

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Primitive Man & Unearthly Trance Premiere Full-Album Stream Of Brand New Split Release

Denver’s PRIMITIVE MAN and New York City’s UNEARTHLY TRANCE unite for an exercise in complete and total suffering with a split LP out now via Relapse Records.

Check out the split in its entirety below.

Split w/ Unearthly Trance by Primitive Man

In related news, PRIMITIVE MAN will return to Europe later this month on a headlining tour with labelmates -(16)-. The tour begins August 29th in Dortmund, Germany and concludes September 15th at Bloodshed Festival in Eindhoven, Netherlands:

PRIMITIVE MAN w/ -(16)- :
8/29/2018 Junkyard – Dortmund, DE
8/30/2018 IFZ- Leipzig, DE
8/31/2018 KB18 – Copenhagen, DK
9/01/2018 1000fryd – Aalborg, DK
9/02/2018 Hafenklang – Hamburg, DE
9/03/2018 Magasin4Brussels, BE
9/04/2018 Tiefgrund – Berlin, DE
9/05/2018 Poglos – Warsaw, PL
9/06/2018 Fuga – Bratislava, SK
9/07/2018 Desszert Feszt Budapest Opening Party – Budapest, HU
9/08/2018 Reflektor Venue – Timisoara, RO
9/09/2018 Something For The Core VII – Bucharest, RO
9/10/2018 Mocvara – Zagreb, HR
9/11/2018 Circolo Magnolia – Milano, IT
9/12/2018 Sunset Bar – Martigny, CH
9/13/2018 Gaswerk – Winterthur, CH
9/14/2018 Jubez – Karlsruhe, DE
9/15/2018 Bloodshed Fest 2018 – Eindhoven, NL

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Ghost Bath European Headlining Tour Announced

In autumn, atmospheric black metallers GHOST BATH will return to Europe for an extensive headlining tour in support of their latest full-length release »Starmourner«. Supported by Danish blackgazers MØL, GHOST BATH will kick off their “Luminescence · Europa · MMXVIII” tour in Belgium, visit multiple cities in the UK and Germany before concluding in Wiesbaden. Let the band haunt you on one of these November dates below:

GHOST BATH
w/ MØL
01.11. B Brugge – Villa Bota
02.11. UK Birmingham – The Flapper
03.11. UK Leeds – Damnation Festival
04.11. UK Bournemouth – The Anvil
05.11. UK Manchester – Satans Hallow
06.11. UK Glasgow – Audio
07.11. UK London – Boston Music Room
08.11. NL Arnhem – Willemeen
09.11. D Cologne – MTC
10.11. D Hamburg – Hafenklang
13.11. D Hannover – Mephisto
14.11. D Berlin – Cassiopeia
15.11. D Jena – Rosenkeller
16.11. D Leipzig – Naumanns
17.11. AT Vienna – Escape
18.11. AT Graz – Explosiv
19.11. D Munich – Backstage
20.11. D Trier – Exhaus
21.11. D Wiesbaden – Schlachthof

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