gothic metal

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.
 

PORN

Hi Philippe (aka Mr Strangler) and welcome to Grande Rock. Well, it seems that the “Mr Strangler” trilogy has come to an end. How do you feel about it?
 
P: Happy and quite sad! It was a great adventure. 3 albums, 12 music videos, so many remixes by so many great bands: Stabbing Westward, Chris Vrenna from NIN, Orgy, Combichrist, Jimmy urine from Mindless Self indulgence, The Anix... A lot of amazing gigs!
 

PORN - No Monsters in God’s Eyes – Act III

“Act III” – the trilogy is over. What started with “The Ogre Inside”, about Mr Strangler, continued with “The Darkest of Human Desires” and concluded with “No Monsters in God’s Eyes” and Mr Strangler’s execution. This is a dark trilogy about Mr Strangler and his unspeakable acts and dark desires which express the “true-self” of a twisted mind… a “monster” if you like, but as the title suggests none is consider to be a monster in God’s eyes!
 

In This Moment - Mother

As it is known by fans of In This Moment, Maria is commonly called a beloved mother figure, which makes the title of the new album an easy pick. “Mother” rolls through eerie intros, march-like anthems, and nightmarish musicianship. And to top it all off, we catch a few covers, including features with Lzzy Hale, Taylor Momsen and Joe Cotela of D.E.D. They have reteamed with Kevin Churko of HellYeah and Ozzy Osbourne fame,
 

Draconian to release new studio album “Under A Godless Veil” on October 30th 2020

Almost five years after the release of their latest long-player “Sovran”, Draconian cast their engulfing veil of melancholy over the world once again and announce the release of their new epos, “Under A Godless Veil”, out on October 30th, 2020, via Napalm Records.