post-sludge

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)

Endless Forms Most Gruesome to release self-titled debut album on April 3rd 2020

Endless Forms Most Gruesome is a musical project consisting of Juuso Raatikainen (SwallowThe Sun) and Manne Ikonen (Ghost Brigade). General sound of the project can be described as muddy, sludgy and groovy. Lyrical themes are rooted to mental health issues and inner dialogues caused by them.
 

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.

Grim Ravine to release new studio album “It’s A Long Way Down, To Where You Are” on March 27th 2020

Cited as one of the finest purveyors of extreme blackened doom to emerge from the UK and having firmly left their mark with 2015’s self-titled and 2017’s “The Light is from Below”, south coast quintet Grim Ravine, proudly reveal their latest opus “It’s A Long Way Down, To Where You Are”.

zhOra to release new studio album “Mortals” on March 27th 2020

From the vestibule of County Tipperary, Irish four piece ZhOra have been slowly but steadily forging a niche of their own with a stylistic approach to sludge and progressive metal close to near a decade. Today the band unveil the detailing toward their fourth release “Mortals”, which is undoubtedly their most honest and with that conceivably pivotal.