electronica

Madina Lake announces 3 live streaming shows in November 2020

Madina Lake will partner with live streaming specialist Veeps, for three full-band shows with unique set lists in November.

Tickets go on sale at 5pm BST (6pm CET, 12pm EST) today. The shows are as follows:

• November 12th - "The New Endings": new EP “The Beginning of New Endings” performed live, and a set from the band’s repertoire (tickets)

San Leo to release new studio album “Mantracore” on November 13th 2020

Italian experimental fusionists, San Leo, have revealed the details about their upcoming, fourth album, titled “Mantracore”. Slated for a release on November 13th, 2020, via Bronson Recordings, “Mantracore” will see the duo - who is exploring all kinds of various music elements, from kraut-rock, psychedelic folk, free-form post-rock, obscure metal, electronica and ambient sounds - to channel all their energy and vision to a whole new level.

Airbag

Hi Asle. I’m glad to have you on Grande Rock. “A Day at the Beach” is a stunning album on the whole. It’s one of your best works so far, if not the best!
 
A: Well thank you very much, that’s very kind.
 
 
So, do tell us what has happened these 4 years between your previous album and the new one?
 

Airbag - A Day at the Beach

Almost four years after their previous album (“Disconnected”), Airbag return with a brand new album and a few line-up changes. Bass player Anders Hovdan and keyboardist Jørgen Hagen left the band, so Airbag decided to go as a trio and record this new album, along with the help of some session musicians.

Mitochondrial Sun release official video for new single “The Great Filter”

From Dead can dance-like tribal atmospheres to futuristic sci-fi soundscapes, from lush and cinematic passages to a harsh distortion and massive futuristic soundscapes, the founding member and guitarist of Swedish metal masters Dark Tranquillity, Niklas Sundin, has not feared any musical borders with his first public foray into his solo-project, Mitochondrial Sun.

Neshiima release new music video for “Rush”

Having stormed the Boardie Takeover Stage of this year’s Download Festival, seen the release of their “Green” EP and had their name immortalised among the great performers of their local music venue The Cathouse, Glaswegian rap-metal quartet Neshiima look back on 2019 with the release of a brand new music video, unveiled ahead of the band’s final show of the year.