Tag: Prelude

SCYTHIA Release Xmas Song “…Of Santa”

Folk metal clan Scythia have released a holiday tune for fans called “…Of Santa”, which is now streaming on Youtube at the following link here and you can also check it out below.  You can also purchase it at Bandcamp here. “Christmas has all the right elements of folk metal: it’s dark and wintry, it …

EPICA Reveals Title of Upcoming Album

Epica has revealed the title of its upcoming studio album, Requiem for the Indifferent, which will hit stores in North America on March 13th via Nuclear Blast Records. Commented the band, “This title refers to the end of an era. Mankind can no longer stick their head in the sand for the things that are happening around …

Guitar Master Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush Return To Montreal

Montreal guitar master Frank Marino and his Canadian hard rock band, Mahogany Rush, are back and playing their first Montreal show since 2003. Often times compared to Jimi Hendrix, and even sometimes said to be his spirit, Marino is known as one of the most talented guitarists from the 70s. On December 3, Frank Marino …

MORTIIS’ “PERFECTLY DEFECT”: PERFECTLY FREE!

Norway’s Daemon of dark ambience MORTIIS returns to satiate fans’ desire for new music this October 10 with Perfectly Defect, a completely free, full-length, downloadable album. The band’s namesake, Mortiis, was quoted as saying, “Putting Perfectly Defect out as a free download was a decision we made after some consideration. The new model of the …

SIGH Confirm Release of “Scenes From Hell” on January 19, 2010

Japanese quintet, SIGH, are excited to announce the release of their eighth studio album, Scenes From Hell, out January 19, 2010 in the U.S, available on CD and LP. International release dates will be announced shortly. “L’art de Mourir” is now available on the band’s MySpace page for fans and critics alike to check out. …

Sigh set to film music video in Charm City: Scenes from Hell, Scenes from Baltimore

What started off as a simple rights and clearances query has led to a creative partnership between Japanese black-metal heroes SIGH, and Canadian director David Hall. “I wrote the band to ask for permission to film them at this year’s Maryland Deathfest, and to film them checking out the sights of Baltimore,” Hall explained, describing …

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