The up-and-coming traditional metal quintet BLADE KILLER – recently hailed by their hometown LA Weekly as Los Angeles’ “best new old-school metal band” – has unveiled a second track from their highly anticipated full-length debut, “High Risk,”due out Nov. 23 via M-Theory Audio. A visualizer video for the song “Midnight Sinner” can be seen below.
American progressive metal pioneers CYNIC are releasing the new song on limited edition 10″ vinyls.
The record also includes a remix of the cult classic “Veil of Maya”, initially released on the ‘Focus’ milestone album (1993). As frontman Paul Masvidal comments: “‘Humanoid’ is a portrait of contrasts, like those between struggle and stillness, or the immediate against the limitless.”
New album for immediate release on Hummus Records.
After the release of the latest single Dyaphany and the Videoclip for the song A New Safe Path, the female prog metal band Onydia is ready to release their debut album Reflections via Revalve records on February 1, 2019.
According the Linköping News” The four former members of Ghost lost the dispute against the band’s front figure and therefore also face the costs of more than 1.3 million.”
The ex- ghouls have to pay their own fees of about 3 million kr (335,000 USD) plus 1,3 million kr (145,000 USD) of Tobias Forge’s fees, which makes roughly 120,000 $ each.
Forge had claimed compensation for over 2 million kr, but the judge rules that about 700,000 kr were unnecessary costs and nothing that the ex-members
Simon Söderberg (Alpha) – member of GHOST since 2010
Mauro Rubino (Air) – member of GHOST since 2011
Henrik Palm (Eather) – member of GHOST since 2015
Martin Hjertstedt (Earth) – member of GHOST since 2014
should pay, so Forge ends up paying also about 80,000 $.
“TF has claimed compensation of SEK 2,025,053 including VAT, of which SEK 1 782 893 pertains to lawyer fee, SEK 50 000 TF’s work and SEK 192,160 expenses and costs. Of the latter amount SEK 15,000 refers to “professor’s fee,” SEK 16,160 to the lawyers travel and lodging, SEK 7,400 TF’s travel and lodging expenses and SEK 153,600 witness compensation.
The plaintiffs asked the district court to examine the reasonability of the requested compensation.
Tobias forge’s lawyer Sissi Hagald posted on her facebook today about the “victory”