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KATATONIA announce Co-headline UK & European tour with SÓLSTAFIR for 2022


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. 

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EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting discloses squamous cell carcinoma diagnosis


EXODUS’ drummer Tom Hunting has revealed that he has been diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma. Today Tom begins his treatment and hopes his story helps to raise awareness.

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SABBATONERO: all-star charity project lead by Venom Inc’s Tony Dolan premieres “Killing Yourself to Live” lyric video


VENOM INC. bassist/vocalist Tony ‘Demolition Man’ Dolan along with Francesco Conte from NEROMEGA/SPIRITUAL FRONT have launched a new project, SABBATONERO, with a tribute album to BLACK SABBATH entitled “L’Uomo Di Ferro”, featuring many international artists and musicians, including Marty FriedmanJames Murphy (ex DEATHOBITUARYDISINCARNATE), Mantas (VENOM INC.) and Snowy Shaw (ex KING DIAMONDDREAM EVIL).

The album will soon be available on CD via Italy’s Time To Kill Records.

All the funds raised will go to front line Covid workers in Italy
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Paradise Lost announce “Obsidian Moon” UK tour for February 2022


Following on from the release of their new album ‘Obsidian’ in May 2020,  PARADISE LOST finally bring their masterpiece live on stage in February 2022. Today, the British gothic metal legends announce their “Obsidian Moon” tour, featuring special guests MOONSPELL.


PARADISE LOST frontman Nick Holmes says: “We’re looking forward to doing a full UK tour again and playing some long-awaited shows in support of ‘Obsidian’, and who better to bring along for some of the ride than our old friends from Portugal, Moonspell?Thanks to you all for your continued support during these crazy times, and we hope to see you there. Until then, stay safe and stay well. Cheers, x

Fernando Ribeiro from MOONSPELL adds:“We couldn’t think of a more perfect way of getting back to touring than to join forces with the mighty Paradise Lost, a group we always looked up to and that helped ignite our very own existence as a band.” 

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CARNIFEX Release Cover Of KORN’s “Dead Bodies Everywhere”


San Diego deathcore pioneers, CARNIFEX, are proud to release their cover of KORN’s “Dead Bodies Everywhere” single off 2009’s Follow The Leader.

CARNIFEX comments, “KORN was one of our original influences and inspired us greatly as young musicians. Each time we do a cover, it’s our way of saying thank you to the musicians that came before us, and just maybe we added our touch of brutality! Enjoy!” 

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LIGHT THE TORCH Announce New Album ‘You Will Be The Death Of Me’ + Drop New Video For ‘Wilting In The Light’


LIGHT THE TORCH — Howard Jones [vocals], Francesco Artusato [guitar], and Ryan Wombacher [bass] — will release their new album and second full length You Will Be the Death of Me on June 25 via Nuclear Blast. Pre-order it here.

The band has dropped the video for the first track, “Wilting in the Light,” which was directed by Ramon Boutviseth in L.A.

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