Tag: Draconian

Feb 14

70000 Tons of Metal 2017 – Day 2

It begins! Our first full metal day at sea, starting off with a breakfast in the Windjammer, of course, to fuel up before all the metal madness starts. Considering the daily lineup, it would be a hasty day for me scrambling between the Pool Deck and Alhambra Theater nearly all day long. Starting off the …

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Feb 18

DRACONIAN – Now On European Tour & Line-Up Change!

We have some sad news and some good news from the DRACONIAN camp. Fredrik Johansson on bass has decided to leave the band in order to spend more time with his family and he does not want to frustrate the band’s intention to achieve its goals playing more shows, tours and to move forwarding. With a …

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Jan 28

DRACONIAN – Release New Music Video For Track “Stellar Tombs”!

Contrary to many of their peers, DRACONIAN‘s sound has remained steadfast to its origins, in particular, the powerful vocal growls of Anders Jakobsson, one of the band’s defining and most unique features, along with vocalist Heike Langhans sensitively interwoven melodies. DRACONIAN‘s sixth studio album SOVRAN is no exception to this formula, and immediately convinces the …

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Dec 11

Miguel’s Top 20 albums of 2015 

As every year, we dive into a full year of music to select those albums that in one way or another impacted us the most. This year I personally enjoyed each one of this released at their time they came out, and the majority of them are still in heavy rotation within my iPhone. So …

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Oct 27

Draconian – SOVRAN (2015)

Draconian is one of the few bands that had keep their musical style constant since they formed back in 1994. The gothic /doom metal scene had its peak in the late 90’s and slowly started to decrease and transform in the early 2000’s. The whole concept of the beauty & the beast vocals changed for …

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Oct 22

Anders Jacobsson of Draconian on the new album SOVRAN

Since 1994 Draconian has been at the vanguard of gothic/doom metal, even when the genre changed they stood up against time by keeping the same musical formula for the fans that still love this kind of style. Through the years they had changes like any other band, but they have been quite relevant for the …

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Dec 21

Miguel’s Top 15 albums of 2011

# 15  Nemesea – The Quiet Resistance Nemesea’s third full length album was a surprise for me, the band had change so much and the level of their music has grown so much as well, and I am very happy for that. The Quiet Resistance is full of new directions and influences, that can be …

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Jul 13

Draconian – A Rose For The Apocalypse (2011)

Talk about Draconian is talk about a band pioneer in the gothic doom scene, that brings us their latest album A Rose For The Apocalypse. this album is a modern conception in the way to do gothic doom metal. The album opens with The Drowning Age a very catching song with a great work guitar …

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