As John Peel once said of The Fall, “Always different, always the same,” so too one could say the same of Darkthrone. Things change, times change, people change, and yet even when sounding fresh and new and delivering just five tracks in 45 minutes on their 19th album, Eternal Hails, the Norwegian black metal legends remain defiantly and eternally Darkthrone.Continue reading Darkthrone announce new studio album ‘Eternal Hails’
Katatonia & Solstafir will head out in January and February 2022 on the “Twilight Burials” tour, a 31-date co-headline tour of the UK and Europe.
The coming together of these two revered masters of melancholy seems only natural. For over a quarter of a century both artists have favoured the emotional connection that their music brings over all else. Theirs is a world where ‘heavy’ is a force of nature; where progress comes from within, outwardly changing their musical output into something almost unrecognisable from the extreme metal that carried it in the early days.
After over 35 years of existence, Candlemass still stand tall as true heavy metal greats & kings of doom, in the footsteps of their influences, Black Sabbath. The band is renowned for the genre-defining masterpieces ‘Epicus Doomicus Metallicus’ (1986) & ‘Nightfall’ (1987), with Candlemass still thrilling an ever-devoted and expanding legion of fans to this day.Continue reading Peaceville to release Candlemass live album ‘Green Valley (Live)’
Mork’s Thomas Erikson “This Saturday we bring everyone together for a exclusive live stream black mass. Doesn’t matter where you are at on the planet, as long as you have a internet connection, you can join the show. Did I mention that it is free, as well? It is.Continue reading Mork to perform live stream show on Saturday – New album out now on Peaceville
With Mork’s new album Katedralen due for release on 5th March, the Norwegians have revealed the album’s first video and track “Arv”.Continue reading Norwegian black metal band Mork premiere new video for ‘Arv’
Following on mercilessly from 2020’s aptly titled ‘Pesta’ EP, Norwegian act Mork resumes its ascension through the ranks of the Scandinavian black metal scene with the fifth chapter, Katedralen, venturing ever further from the more primal early Darkthrone-based foundations, while still fundamentally keeping the grim flame of the old school in its DNA.Continue reading Norwegian black-metal band Mork reveal details on new album ‘Katedralen’