Following on from their new album ‘Obsidian’ in May last year and December’s ‘Draconian Times’ 20th anniversary reissue, British gothic metal legends Paradise Lost will release ‘Gothic Live At Roadburn 2016’ digitally and exclusively via Bandcamp this Friday.
The now legendary festival based in Tilburg, Netherlands saw Paradise Lost play their 1991 album in full for the very first time on a line-up alongside the likes of Converge, Cult of Luna and Neurosis in 2016.
Poisonous dark metallers CRADLE OF FILTH reveal the title of their forthcoming studio album as Existence Is Futile. Their monumental new opus – their 13th (unlucky for all) studio album to date – was recorded at Grindstone Studios with producer Scott Atkins. The record will be embellished with artwork from Arthur Berzinsh, who is also guilty of creating the past two album artworks in the Cradle arsenal. Further nihilistic details from the crypt will soon see the light of day.
In 1995 Paradise Lost released their masterpiece ‘Draconian Times’, an album that defined them creatively and made them one of the best metal bands the UK has ever produced. To coincide with the albums 25th anniversary Music For Nations will reissue ‘Draconian Times’ on 4th December.
The kindred of Yorkshire raise the curtains: Their new MLP “Macabre Cabaret”, following the band’s highly acclaimed album “The Ghost Of Orion” (March 6th) is out now.
Singer Aaron Stainthorpe states: “The latest offering from Yorkshire’s finest merchants of misery features new music composed in the style the band have made their own over three decades which continues their relevance within the scene today. Macabre Cabaret is as menacing and brooding as it is beautiful and melancholic with crushing guitar riffs sailing side by side with emotive piano pieces and vocals to suit all flavours. The stunning artwork captures the image of the band perfectly offering a visual interpretation of the aural devastation that is My Dying Bride.”
MOONSPELL is approaching their 30th anniversary as a band more ambitiously and stronger than ever, as the Portuguese dark metal pioneers have finally revealed the hotly anticipated details for their upcoming, 13th studio album! Hermitage will be released on February 26, 2021 via Napalm Records.