gothic metal

Agathodaimon signs worldwide deal with Napalm Records

Dark metal institution Agathodaimon have officially signed a worldwide record deal with Napalm Records. Formed by Sathonys (guitar) and Matthias Rodig (drums) the German five-piece quickly evolved, performed at major European festivals and released six studio albums throughout their vast career.
 
Seven years after their highly praised full length “In Darkness”, Agathodaimon reunited in February 2020 and are currently working on new material! More to be announced soon!
 
Guitarist Sathonys states:

Red Moon Architect to release new studio album “Emptiness Weighs the Most” on October 23rd 2020

Finnish Doomsters Red Moon Architect are known to create a unique sound of their own. Pure sweeping, yet crushing and highly atmospheric Melancholic Doom soundscapes consolidate with strong melodies, dark growls and haunting female vocals, crawling directly under your skin.

Nefesh Core signs with Rockshots Records and announces debut album “Getaway”

Italy’s Nefesh Core has just signed with Rockshots Records for the release of their debut album “Getaway”, coming out next September 2020.

The band was formed in 2018 by Dave Brown and Stefano “Ghigas” Calvagno, both known for their roles into the White-Progressive metal band Metatrone. Ivan Newton is filling the line-up behind the drums and percussions.

The 69 Eyes to stream their 30th anniversary show from Helsinki on June 26th 2020

The 69 Eyes released their apocalyptically titled new album “West End” last fall and started their all year lasting 30th anniversary world tour.

Now they are celebrating their three decades by streaming a live show from Helsinki, Finland on Friday June 26th, 2020, at 20:00 (EET).

The Helsinki Vampires will rock around the world for their fans live on their screens and the ticket link works for four days after. More expensive ticket allows also for a virtual meet & greet with the band.
 

Paradise Lost - Obsidian

The title of the new Paradise Lost album had me for some inexplicable reason, hoping that at long last, the Halifax men of despair would be able to come up with a proper follow up to their early 90s material, which almost made them household names back in the day. I don’t know what caused that belief to take root, maybe the cool name, I just had a hope and a bit of a hunch.