Tag Archive: Black Metal

Jul 13

Heljarmadr of Dark Funeral discussed Hellfest & Where Shadows Forever Reign

With over 20 years in the business, Dark Funeral is considered one of the few remaining institutions of the original Scandinavian black metal movement. After going through a recent lineup change Dark Funeral released last month their six studio album Where Shadows Forever Reign featuring new vocalist Heljarmadr.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Apr 23

Behemoth kicks off Blasfemia Amerika 2016 (Philadelphia, PA 04/21/16)

With supporting Myrkur, the relentless creative fury that is Behemoth, kicked off their BLASFEMIA AMERIKA TOUR 2016 this Thursday, April 21st, at Philadephia’s Theatre of the Living Arts. and it was a wonderful evening filled with haunting melodies and endless brutality. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Apr 20

C.S.R of Schammasch discussed the new album Triangle

Since 2009 Schammasch has worked on a unique blend of black metal, mixed with dark atmospheric melodies and a doom feeling in their music. Starting with Sic Lvceat Lvx in 2010 & followed by the double opus Contradiction in 2014. In 2016, Schammasch returns with a set of new material compiled on a triple album titled Triangle. …

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Mar 29

Abbath discussed his new album & the Decibel Magazine Tour 2016

Since his announce of going on solo last year, Abbath (Immortal‘s former frontman) has caused a worldwide shake in the black metal establishment, as he not only presented his new band at the famous Tuska Festival in Finland, but throughout the year he has dropped hints of his new self-titled album Abbath which was released …

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Mar 09

Clemens Ardek of Carach Angren discussed touring, composing & 70000 Tons Of Metal.

Carach Angren is in the process to become the biggest ghoulish band out there, following the example of the black metal bands in the 90’s that imposed the use of corpse paint, and combining that with their horror symphonic metal style, Carach Angren had taken it to a next level where the music is so entwined with their …

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Dec 30

Øystein G. Brun of Borknagar discussed their new album Winter Thrice

With 20 years of existence and 10 studio albums under their belt, Borknagar keeps showing why they belong to the hall of heroes of Norwegian metal. Continuing with the tradition of mixing black and folk metal they will be delivering a fresh album titled Winter Thrice that not  only reflects the progression of the band, but …

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Dec 04

Sakis Tolis of Rotting Christ discusses being on the Route of Hell and their new album Rituals

The Black Metal Warfare Pt. II proved to be the route of Hell, but Rotting Christ proved to be superior. This act came all the way from Greece to deliver their material to America and prevailed. Even being the tour openers, this band immediately fumed the stage; their presence bearing amongst the masses as the …

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Sep 03

Chris Alfieri of Vattnet Viskar discusses Settler with The Age of Metal

Vattnet Viskar is an example of a band rising high in our universe, pushing their celestial boundaries. With two studio albums and a slew of tours supporting giant names, this band is a pulsating force that is widely extending their influence. With their newest release Settler, this band has proven they’re worthy of captivating every …

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Jul 10

Cradle of Filth – Hammer of the Witches (2015)

Countless labels, 20 band members and ten studio albums later Cradle of Filth is back paired up with Nuclear Blast to release the band’s 11th full-length studio album- Hammer of the Witches.   Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jun 02

INFERNO Festival 2015 – Day 3 (04/04/15. Oslo, Norway)

Inferno‘s last day activities started with Swedish IXXI who presented their new album Skulls n’ Dust in society, which is the first album recorded after Nattdal passed away in 2011… An unholy grievance for the masses. After IXXI, Germans Secrets Of The Moon entered Rockefeller stage to show their thrash-based black metal full of hate… This year to …

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Apr 29

Shining – IX Everyone, Everything, Everywhere Ends (2015)

Shining is one of the most recognizable bands in black metal. The reason for that is because of how distinct yet versatile this band remains. Their newest release IX Everyone, Everything, Everywhere Ends proves this. The symphonic atmosphere is the perfect background for the incongruity of composition, and this will help keep the listener intrigued. …

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