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on Thu, 06/25/2020 - 12:17
The Danish metal act Defecto’s dive into the metal scene has been both successful and hectic. Just a year after the release of their debut, they were offered supporting slots for both Metallica and Rammstein.
“Foundations” is the third outing from this young Canadian quintet (presently) that seems to have graduated their earlier releases, by upping everything that worked on “Harbinger” and “Kingsbane”. This extra-long EP seems to dwell long on historic themes, basically the fate of Canadian troops during WW1 and I am happy to see the more ponderous and prog oriented treatment they give to the subject, compared to other bands that choose to cover similar subjects.
Following the success of their initial live stream show in April, acclaimed Norwegian band Kvelertak have revealed fresh plans for new date, “Live From Amper Tone Studio”, on Saturday, June 20th, 2020!
The set will once again be broadcast via Vierlive at 9pm CET (8pm BST / 2pm CST).
Norwegian prog metal demigods Conception almost made it big in the 90s releasing a series of spectacular albums with both the media and the fans taking notice back in the day. That was until they decided to follow their artistic muse and release an album that radically different than what they’d done in the past and wasn’t as rock/metal as their fans expected. That album was “Flow”.