Clocking 150,000 attendees from more than 100 countries for their ground-breaking online concert ‘An Evening With Nightwish In A Virtual World‘, the Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish broke records and, once again, re-wrote metal history during the most challenging time for music all over the world.
Sharing a testimonial from that memorable night, Nightwish recorded their performance of ‘Nemo‘and teamed up withAmazon to gift their fans a breath-taking video as an Amazon Original.
Having recently released their critically acclaimed early demos collection The First Damned, Decapitated are proud to announce that 2022 will mark their return to Europe-wide touring. The 33-date trek, launched in celebration of their 25th anniversary, will see the masterly death metallers hit stages across 11 different countries. Special guests on the run will be Black Tongue, Heart Of A Coward and Inferi.
A thunderstorm of extreme metal will be rolling over Europe in February 2022! Californian deathcore outfit CARNIFEX teams up with CHELSEA GRIN to tear apart venues all over the continent. Starting in Karlsruhe on February 4th, the squad will travel 23 cities bringing heavy neckbreakers and massive breakdowns to the people – together with their high class support bands LORNA SHORE, VARIALS and THE CONVALESCENCE.
After the long, dark time that fans have had to go without the mesmerising beauty of Alcest’s live shows, the French duo are proud to share some great news – Alcest will support Swedish post metal band Cult Of Luna on their 2022 European tour. Alcest and Cult Of Luna will be joined on the road by Svalbard, and will be playing at London venue The Forum on 12th March. This special show will be a part of Cult Of Luna‘s self-curated Beyond the Redshiftfestival, which is returning to London for the first time in eight years!
This is the opening line of an album that would change the lives of some young Finnish musicians with fire in their hearts and an ocean full of sweet music in their souls. An album that would also influence thousands of people all over the world for years to come. Once, Nightwish‘s fifth studio album saw the light of day on June 7th 2004 – it changed the metal world completely and made the band living legends.