neofolk

All My Faith Lost... to release new studio album “Untitled” on March 9th 2021

Italian neoclassical darkwave/ethereal neofolk quartet All My Faith Lost... presents their first record in eleven years, with the immersive sounds of Untitled. The beautiful, sprawling album is nearing release through French collective Cyclic Law on March 9th, 2021, and preceding its release, two songs are now streaming alongside preorders and more.
 

Death Of A Dryad sign with Wormholedeath and delay “Hameln” album release date due to covid-19

Death Of A Dryad signed a deal with Wormholedeath for the physical release of their new album “Hameln”. The digital format will be released via Trisol Music Group. 

Initially the album should have been out in December 2020, but the 2nd Covid wave, that is hitting Europe heavily, delayed the release. All the dates TBA. 

The band comments about the delayed album release:

Tomberlin to release new EP “Projections” on October 16th 2020

Tomberlin, the Los Angeles via Louisville, KY artist, has announced a new EP titled “Projections” with a Busy Philipps-directed video for its lead single “Wasted”.

The EP, which was co-produced by Alex G (Alex Giannascoli) and band-mate Sam Acchione, continues the arc of her critically acclaimed 2018 debut, “At Weddings”.

Tom Gee to release new single “Say You Do” on July 31st 2020

Today, Tom Gee announces the release of his new single “Say You Do”, which will be available on all major streaming sites from July 31st, 2020.

“Say You Do” is the first release in six years from the effortlessly brilliant Tom Gee, who has now returned to music after a break to focus on getting married and songwriting.  

“Say You Do” is an accomplished, cleverly written track which is sure to have a wide appeal and will doubtless attract attention for its sophisticated arrangement.  

String Machine sign with Know Hope Records and re-releasing “Death of the Neon” album

Soaring ethereal rhythms and melodies, and the doomed tenderness of where hope and hopelessness dance among the faded soon-to-be ruins of ill-maintained state highways tearing through rural and post-industrial landscapes. The soil here isn’t as fertile as it once was, but sometimes a collective of voices breaks through the frostline. For those who see no future, the future is wide open.

Wardruna present video for Old Norse poem “Voluspá”

Leading up to the release of Wardruna’s acoustic album “Skald”, Einar Selvik has teamed up with Finnish company Koski Syvari led by Tuukka Koski, plus a pack of wolves, creating a beautiful film to his skaldic rendition of the Old Norse poem “Voluspá” (Prophecy of the Seeress).

Filming took place in Finland where Einar spent intense days of training with the wolves and their caretakers, preparing for the shoot.

Watch the incredible video for “Voluspá” below.

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Isenordal to release debut full-length album “Shores of Mourning” on March 25th 2017

Black funeral doom/neofolk project Isenordal will unleash their debut full-length later this month.

Titled “Shores of Mourning”, the follow-up to the band’s 2014 demo recording, “Imbolc MMXIV” was record at Soundhouse Studios in Seattle, Washington, and is conjured from both old and new compositions.