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EINHERJER Release Third Single & Video “West Coast Groove”


Viking Metal pioneers EINHERJER are about to release their eighth studio album, North Star, this Friday, February 26, proving their status as the pioneers of blending Nordic Black Metal and Folk Metal genres into pure Norse Heavy Metal once again.

The album marks the band’s return to Napalm Records after 25 years, and the release of their legendary Dragons Of The North album (1996), which will be re-released as a re-mastered version on February 26 as well.

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BATUSHKA / БАТЮШКА returns with new mini album


Batushka doesn’t slow down. Six months after the release of the last studio material, the band returns with a new concept mini-album entitled “ЦАРЮ НЕБЕСНЫЙ” / “CARJU NIEBIESNYJ” / “HEAVENLY KING“.

The six-track release is a follow-up to the band’s last year EP “Raskol“. This time Batushka‘s music is more varied, emotional, and dynamic. More information and the details behind the album’s lyrical and visual concept will be announced through the band’s social media before the premiere, scheduled for March 19.

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Welicoruss Release Documentary “15 years of madness”


Symphonic black metal band Welicoruss has published a documentary about history of their band, entitled “15 years Of Madness” and dedicated to the band’s 15th anniversary.This film shows band from its inception to the present day, including many rare footage, backstages. Documentary is divided into two parts – in the first part – Alexey, the leader and founder of Welicoruss, and the former members tell what they have come to go through during the Russian part of their biography, and the second period – after Alexey’s relocation to Europe and next studio and tour activities. The film touches theme of development of metal music and metal scene in Russia and Siberia, as well as the reasons why Alexey left his native land.

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