Headspace announces December 2016 European Live Dates

Headspace's new album “All That You Fear is Gone” was released back in February, and following the previously announced UK festival dates, the band has confirmed some select European shows in December.

The band, featuring Damian Wilson (Threshold), Adam Wakeman (Black Sabbath, Snakecharmer), Pete Rinaldi (Hot Leg, Dido, One Eskimo), Lee Pomeroy (It Bites, Steve Hackett, Jeff Lynne's ELO), and Adam Falkner (Babyshambes, Dido, One Eskimo), will play the following dates.

Fates Warning to release new album “Theories of Flight” on July 1st 2016

U.S. Progressive Metal pioneers Fates Warning have announced a worldwide release date of July 1st, 2016 for their much anticipated 12th studio album via InsideOut Music.

Fates Warning's new album is entitled “Theories of Flight” and comes packaged with unique artwork created by Michigan artist Graceann Warn.

Headspace - All That You Fear is Gone

Headspace is indeed quite a special band bringing together a variety of different musicians of some status and renown, like Damian Wilson (Threshold) & Adam Wakeman (Ozzy Osbourne, Snakecharmer), along with guitarist Pete Rinaldi (Hot Leg), bassist Lee Pomeroy (It Bites, Steve Hackett) and new drummer Adam Falkner (Babyshambes, Dido, One Eskimo)

Origin announces May 2016 European Tour

Technical death metal icons Origin have announced a new European tour that will be taking place throughout May, 2016. The event will be a treat for extreme metal fans, with a broad spectrum of heavy acts on board: fellow countrymen and partners in crime Immolation, headliner and black metal pioneers Marduk, as well as thrash metal sensation Bio-Cancer closing the line-up. Check below for the full 18-date routing, including nine countries!

Tiles to release “Pretending 2 Run” on April 15th 2016

Detroit-based quartet, Tiles, has unveiled the first official trailer for their massive upcoming sixth album, “Pretending 2 Run”, including the first audio samples from the record, while the album has been locked for an updated street date of April 15th, 2016 worldwide.

With more than ninety-six minutes of relentlessly engaging progressive hard rock with an endless bag of tricks and countless epic surprises, Tiles’ “Pretending 2 Run” was produced by Terry Brown (Rush, Fates Warning) and features artwork by Hugh Syme, known for delivering covers for Iron Maiden, Rush, Dream Theater, and countless others.

Headspace to release “All That You Fear is Gone” on February 26th 2016

Headspace, the band featuring Damian Wilson (Threshold) & Adam Wakeman (Ozzy Osbourne, Snakecharmer), recently announced the release of their second album “All That You Fear is Gone” on February 26th 2016.

The band, completed by guitarist Pete Rinaldi (Hot Leg) & bassist Lee Pomeroy (It Bites, Steve Hackett), and new drummer Adam Falkner (Babyshambes, Dido, One Eskimo) have also launched the first track to be taken from the album, and you can listen to “Your Life Will Change” below.

Vocalist Damian Wilson had this to say about the track:

Slivovitz - All You Can Eat

Do not mistake it with the latest Steel Panther album, which goes under the same title. I do think that Slivovitz means another thing with “All You Can Eat” and not what Steel Panther means. This was my first thought when I saw that album title. Even though those bands belong to a totally different music genre… I personally do not consider it a good idea to use a title that has been firstly used by Steel Panther for various reasons.


Zierler’s “Esc”, much like Darkology took a “few” years to be released – are some of your releases kind of cursed with long waiting times?
K: I think you can chalk that up to the state of the music business. Because of illegal downloading, making an album happen is much more difficult for artists and labels. That’s just a reality we have to face.
When you departed from Beyond Twilight, the whole atmosphere – was at least bad – so how come you guys gave it a second “chance” and let bygones be bygones?

Zierler - Esc

It’s rather unclear whether Zierler, the eponymous vehicle of Finn Zierler, the keyboard player behind (Beyond) Twilight is supposed to be a continuation of that band, but certainly there are quite a few parallels that can be drawn between the two projects musically, mostly in scope as well as in the execution that both tends to be quite far-fetched and exotic, utilizing some of the better musicians on the scene, right now, pushing the envelope on what progressive metal can be considered, in a similar, dark and foreboding way…