Pain is known for high-energy live performances, and today they are thrilled to announce their “I AM” European/UK Tour. With 17 countries and 33 cities on the itinerary, this tour promises an unforgettable experience for fans throughout Europe and UK. Prepare to be captivated by the raw energy and intensity of Pain‘s performances as they take the stage. Don’t miss out on this epic metal adventure!
The band, has also shared a new video for their newest track ‘Revolution.’ Peter Tägtgren comments about it: “We wrote this song together, me and my son Sebastian. He wrote all the music and I did the lyrics. And it turned out great. We are very proud of this song. The lyrics are about false information on social media and news, and for a normal person, it’s hard to understand what is right and what is wrong.”
Pain also confirmed their set for Wacken Open Air next year.
Pain is an industrial metal project created by Peter Tägtgren, a Swedish musician, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. If you want to hear this story from him, it would be short and straight to the point: “PAIN was just me f*cking around in the studio, and it grew into becoming a band.”
Started as a one-man project with all the vocals, instruments parts, and production made by one person… Well, it still is, but not only. It also became a prominent touring group that today consists of, apart from Peter, his son Sebastian Tägtgren (drums), Jonathan Olsson (bass), and Sebastian Svalland (guitar).
Nevertheless, a long time ago, in 1997, when the debut album of the project was released, there was nobody but Peter. By this time, he already had four successful albums with Hypocrisy — and also had some ideas that wouldn’t go with the band’s style.
That’s how the story of Pain began — the story where eight albums are known and loved for such smashing hits as ‘End Of The Line,’ ‘Shut Your Mouth,’ ‘Same Old Song,’ ‘Follow Me,’ ‘Coming Home,’ and many more. This story also contains strong lyrics, rich arrangements, solid melodies, unflagging energy, killing live shows, and big plans for the future.
“Revolution” is available for streaming HERE.