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!Continue reading ALCEST to support CULT OF LUNA in London as part of Beyond The Redshift festival 2022
After months of isolation and anxiety, HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY‘s upcoming album “Mӕre” seems to be the soundtrack to our despair. Although the band is now forced to postpone the release to February 19th due to covid-related production delays, the Austrian pioneers of post black metal have now unveiled yet another video in support of their fifth studio chef-d’euvre: Renowned session drummer Kerim ‘Krimh’ Lechner (SepticFlesh, ex-Behemoth) delivers a spectacular pro-shot from the drum recording session of the band’snew song ‘I’m All About The Dusk’ that you can now watch here:Continue reading HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY RELEASE NEW SINGLE “I’M ALL ABOUT THE DUSK”
The release of HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY‘s new album “Mӕre” is getting closer and while a truly desolate year is drawing to a close, the Austrian pioneers of post black metal seize the moment to return with another gloomy work of art.
With ‘And Oceans Between Us’, they present a surprisingly catchy single off their upcoming fifth studio album – “Mӕre” will see the light of day on January 29th (February 19th in the US) and is about to unveil 84 minutes of melancholic post rock, crippling depression and black metal.
With their upcoming album “Mӕre”, due to be released on January 29th (Vinyl/CD on February 19th in the US),HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY have delivered the soundtrack to the desolation of this year, and now another single from the Austrian duo is arriving with the grey clouds of November: ‘Sing For The Damage We’ve Done’ is a particularly haunting highlight of the 84 minutes long album that once again blends the melancholic spirit of black metal and post rock.Continue reading HARAKIRI FOR THE SKY RELEASES MUSIC VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “SING FOR THE DAMAGE WE’VE DONE” FEAT. NEIGE OF ALCEST
Russian post-black metallers SECOND TO SUN have released a cover version of “The Wolven Storm (Priscilla’s Song)”, a track featured on the videogame “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt”.
The band comments: “A’right, lads and lasses, we are overjoyed to give ye our cover version of the Wolven Storm (Priscilla’s Song) from Witcher 3!”
“This cover is pretty consistent with the sound of our “Blackbound”  album. Unlike the majority of the covers of this song, where most of the attention is targeting Priscilla, lyrics and visuals, we have concentrated on the musical aspect and have attempted to create a dark and impressive soundtrack to the final game credits. I hope we’ve succeeded!”
Listen to the track at this location:
Free download here: http://smarturl.it/STSWTCHRbc
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/STSWTCHRgp
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