post-metal

Bloodstock clarifies 2020 event position and reveals further bands for August

In these unprecedented times and following the recent cancellation of Download & other May/June festivals, Bloodstock HQ wishes to reassure everyone that currently, Bloodstock 2020 event planning is proceeding with full care and attention, in order to bring you the best event yet to celebrate 20 Years of Bloodstock.

(0) to release debut album “SkamHan” on April 24th 2020

In rousing dark euphoria, Danish progressive black metal enigma (0) lifts the veil for their debut album, “SkamHan”, which will be released on April 24th, 2020, via Napalm Records.

The offering of black, drone and post metal spiced with intense sludge and progressive influences takes the listener on a labyrinthine journey. Straight from the Danish underground, the anonymous quintet (0) presents seven explosive and dominating tracks.

Pelican announces June 2020 European Headlining Tour

Pelican have announced European tour dates this Summer with Inter Arma as support - dates and details below.

European Tour Dates 2020: 
Sat 13/06/2020 - DE, Netphen-Deuz - Freakvalley festival
Sun 14/06/2020 - DE, Karlsruhe - Dudefest (w/ Inter Arma, Pontiak)
Mon 15/06/2020 - AT, Vienna - Arena (w/ Inter Arma)
Tue 16/06/2020 - HUN, Budapest - Durer Kert (w/ Inter Arma)
Wed 17/06/2020 - AT, Linz - Kapu (w/ Inter Arma)

Naat to release new studio album “Fallen Oracles” on March 6th 2020

Born in 2014 by the founding members of bands such as Antea, Lilium and Stone Smokers, Italian instrumental post-metal and sludge heavyweights, Naat, have revealed the details about their sophomore album.

Following the band’s self-titled debut, released in 2016 with Argonauta Records, “Fallen Oracles” is a pure blend of power, atmosphere and blistering riffage, seeing the light of day on March 6th, 2020.

Chiasmata release music video for new single “Foreboding”

Progressive metal quartet Chiasmata have released the video for their latest single “Foreboding”, the third taste of their forthcoming release. 

The video for “Foreboding” explores the song title in a fitting manner. The figures represented by the band appear misrepresented against the beautiful landscapes that provide the setting for this piece. Unable to shake the feeling that something is wrong, it becomes abundantly clear that this release deals with a struggle of powerlessness.