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Astronoid to release new self-titled album on February 1st 2019

Astronoid, the Boston-based outfit who cemented themselves as one of heavy music’s most promising new bands with the 2016 album “Air”, release their sophomore full-length, “Astronoid”, on February 1st, 2019, via Blood Music.

The band is giving fans an early preview of the eagerly-awaited new album with a video for “I Dream in Lines”, below.

Evi Vine Black to release new studio album “Black Light White Dark” on February 22nd 2019

Ethereal alt-rock outfit Evi Vine presents “Sabbath”, a sweet and heavy preview of their long-awaited long-play “Black Light White Dark”, due out on February 22nd, 2019, on vinyl and CD, as well as digitally.

This powerhouse track features Evi Vine’s gossamer vocals and precise orchestration, cleverly woven together with bass guitar by Simon Gallup of The Cure and guitar by Peter Yates of Fields Of The Nephilim.

Fleesh - What I Found

Fleesh is a music project that is based in Brazil and consists of multi-instrumentalist, songwriter & producer Celo Oliveira and vocalist Gabby Vessoni. They were formed in 2013 and in 2015 they released their debut album “My Real Life”. Now, they are back with their sophomore release entitled “What I Found”.
 

Kari Rueslåtten


Hello Kari and thanks for doing this interview.
 
K: It’s a pleasure, thank you for the interview…
 
 
Having made your return to the “scene” you didn’t take another 8 or so years to come up with a follow-up to “Time to Tell”. How did you approach “To the North” in comparison with the previous album and was is easier to make?
 

Kari Rueslåtten - To the North

It’s hard not to like Kari Rueslåtten. She’s got one of the most stirring female voices you’ve ever heard and while she started out from some doom/experimental metal band, she managed to graduate to a style that is quite her own, mixing folk with pop and electronic elements, in such an original and unique way that I have a hard time thinking of anyone else that does what she does and manages to pull it off in such a heart-achingly beautiful way.
 

Stephen Duros


Hi Stephen… first of all, congrats on “AEAEA”. It’s a really intriguing and stimulating album on the whole.
 
S: Thank you so much! I appreciate your thoughts on the record.
 
 
Do tell us… how did you decide to deal with “Odyssey” on your new album and what’s the main thing that inspired you to write your own story?
 
S: The poem was inspiring, I wanted to carefully craft a story of my own that involved adventure, love, sadness, and all different kinds of emotions when listening.