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Dark Tranquility – Live from Stora Theater: Live-Stream (November 21st, 2020)

Dark Tranquillity, one of Gothenburg’s signature melodeath bands, jumped on the live-stream wagon by offering a video stream of the live world premiere of their latest album “Moment” played in its entirety after only one day from the official album release day. This event was initially broadcast on Saturday, November 21st and it was shot at the Stora Teatern in…

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Fozzy – Capturing Judas: Livestream Event (November 14th, 2020)

There are many labels that could be slapped onto the phenomenon that is Chris Jericho, but for this trustee of latter-day Gen X and metal culture circa the turn of the millennium, jack of all trades is the one that accurately sums up the alter-ego of one Christopher Keith Irvine. Though he is often cited for his work as an…

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VIDEO PREMIERE: WITHERING SURFACE Unveils Official Video for “I’ll Soon Be Gone”

“I’ll Soon Be Gone” was, in July, the final single from the comeback album from the founders of Danish melo-death metal Withering Surface, released in the Summer this year. “I’ll Soon Be Gone” is a duet between frontman Michael H. Andersen and his 19 year old daughter Elizabeth Gorboi Andersen. An epic, doom metal inspired ballad within the death metal genre. A song some might want to place in the “female fronted metal” category and some might just consider a great metal song. Lyrics inspired by the Norwegian pop band A-ha! Produced by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe etc.). The song…

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VIDEO PREMIERE: LUCER Reveals “The New World” Lyric Video

LUCER returns strongly with “The New World”, the first out of a series of videos/singles the band plans to release as a prelude to their new album, which is set to be released in the fall of 2021. The new song is both the title track and the first taste of the Copenhagen rock band’s third album, which was recorded in close collaboration with producer and H.E.R.O front-man Christoffer Stjerne. On “The New World”, the pure rock sound that many have come to know from Lucer’s debut album, is accompanied by both electrobeats and sync effects – and that is…