See? There’s always hope! Who knows? One day, maybe I’ll stage a return just like Music For Nations. The seminal but defunct metal, rock and prog label is back, with a series of reissues planned. The label will also be signing new artists for the first time in over a decade. Music For Nations worked […]
Remember when we told you folks about that fledgling supergroup proposed between members of Mastodon, Opeth, and In Flames? Remember how rigid your fucking nether regions turned when you read said news? I sure do. The peen was petrified. Well, that supergroup isn’t as super when it comes to getting together to be a supergroup. […]
I wish I could attend this. Opeth will celebrate their impending 25th anniversary as a band with a special set at the London Palladium in London, England, on October 18 of next year. During the show, the band will perform 2005’s Ghost Reveries, which is turning 10. A second set of various fan favorites will […]
Quick! Go to the end of this post. There, you will find a lyric video for a new song from Bloodbath. It’s called “Famine of God’s Word” and comes off the band’s fourth album of supreme death metal, Grand Morbid Funeral, which is set to release on November 18 through Peaceville Records. Check it out. […]
Sweden’s master of horror, Bloodbath — notable for the inclusion of Katatonia and Opeth members — is set to release its fourth album of supreme death metal, Grand Morbid Funeral, on November 18 through Peaceville Records. Following the departure of Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt and months of speculation and rumor, the band has revealed Paradise Lost’s […]
Soen, the band featuring former Amon Amarth AND Opeth drummer Martin Lopez, will issue a second disc this November. On November 4, to be precise. Soen’s second record Tellurian is coming from Spinefarm. David Bottrill mixed the effort, which Soen guitarist Joakim Platbarzdis produced. That is all we know for now.
I wasn’t a tremendous fan of Storm Corrosion’s first disc, even though the band, on paper, is something I should appreciate immensely. Mikael Åkerfeldt of Opeth working with Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson on prog bliss? Surely, I would enjoy that, everyone figured. But nope…I really didn’t. Maybe I need to revisit that record, but it […]