dark

Candlemass announces live streaming concert on July 3rd 2020

Experience the electricity of a live Candlemass performance straight from your home!

The Swedish Grammy award-winning/US Grammy-nominated doom metal legends are scheduled to host their very first live streaming concert – a special performance to be broadcast from Studio Gröndahl in Stockholm, Sweden. The livestream will take place this coming Friday, July 3rd at 8:00 PM CEST/2:00 PM EDT/11:00 AM PDT. 

The Oracle to release debut full-length debut “Hypogeum” on August 14th 2020

Worcester, Massachusetts-based avant electronics project The Oracle will release its debut full-length debut “Hypogeum” this August, via Repose Records.
 
Inspired at once by the grandiosity of film scores and classical music, the bleakness of black metal, and minimalist ambient music, “Hypogeum” is dark and at times ritualistic with its themes and complimentary visuals touching upon the rise and fall of messiah-like figures and cult leaders.
 

Alkymist announces Fall & Winter 2020 Danish Tour

Copenhagen based progressive doom metal combo Alkymist released their sophomore album “Sanctuary” on May 1st amidst pandemic chaos and lockdown nationally and abroad.

The band’s release shows were cancelled, but nonetheless “Sanctuary” has received massive attention. The record achieved a #3 in the Official Danish vinyl charts in the week of release.

The 69 Eyes to stream their 30th anniversary show from Helsinki on June 26th 2020

The 69 Eyes released their apocalyptically titled new album “West End” last fall and started their all year lasting 30th anniversary world tour.

Now they are celebrating their three decades by streaming a live show from Helsinki, Finland on Friday June 26th, 2020, at 20:00 (EET).

The Helsinki Vampires will rock around the world for their fans live on their screens and the ticket link works for four days after. More expensive ticket allows also for a virtual meet & greet with the band.
 

Witchcraft to release new studio album “Black Metal” on May 1st 2020

Magnus Pelander’s Witchcraft have existed at the forefront of occult tinged classic rock ever since their formation in the year 2000, when Magnus decided to form the band so that he could record a tribute to his idols Roky Erickson and Pentagram’s Bobby Liebling. The pioneering band has never made excuses for their inspirations, but went on to craft numerous genre-defining classics themselves.