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Primal Fear announces Fall 2020 European Headlining Tour

The End is Near” - German metal commandos Primal Fear are currently putting the finishing touches to their 13th studio album, which will be released via Nuclear Blast later this year.

Today, the group is pleased to announce a European headline tour, including a show at London venue The Dome, during which they’ll be presenting some new tracks to their fan base across Europe. 

Me And That Man to release new studio album “New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol.1” on March 27th 2020

The dark veil between Nergal’s enigmatic blackened blues project and its dedicated congregation has been lifted. Napalm Records is pleased to announce the official release of Me And That Man’s second full-length album, entitled “New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol.1” on March 27th, 2020. It will be celebrated with a special record release show in London on the same day, including special guests from the album.
 

Deranged to release new studio album “Deeds of Ruthless Violence” on March 27th 2020

Swedish death metal veterans Deranged will release a new studio album titled “Deeds of Ruthless Violence” on March 27th, 2020, via Agonia Records.

“It’s death metal like it was meant to be”, says drummer and mastermind Rikard Wermén, who’s been in charge of the band’s steering wheel for nearly thirty years.

He continues: “No gimmicks, no costumes, no stage show, no make up, no bullshit. Just straight up ruthless metal the violent and intense way”.

Neaera launches music video for new single “Catalyst”

Founded in 2003, Neaera has been with Metal Blade Records since 2004, releasing six albums during this time. The band announced their farewell tour in 2015 and have been on hiatus since then - until now! Neaera has re-formed and is ready to release a new self-titled album via Metal Blade Records on February 28th, 2020.

Watch the video for the new single, “Catalyst”, below.

Brant Bjork announces Spring 2020 European Headlining Tour

Sound of Liberation is stoked to announce that the king of the desert himself, the master of laid back weedy jams and smooth riffing, the one and only Brant Bjork will return to Europe in April/May 2020!

The tour consists of 17 dates, including stops at Desertfest Berlin and Desertfest London.

Swedish psychedelic rock band MaidaVale will support Brant Bjork, famous for his work in highly influential bands like Kyuss and Fu Manchu, as well as for his solo career.