psychedelic rock

San Leo to release new studio album “Mantracore” on November 13th 2020

Italian experimental fusionists, San Leo, have revealed the details about their upcoming, fourth album, titled “Mantracore”. Slated for a release on November 13th, 2020, via Bronson Recordings, “Mantracore” will see the duo - who is exploring all kinds of various music elements, from kraut-rock, psychedelic folk, free-form post-rock, obscure metal, electronica and ambient sounds - to channel all their energy and vision to a whole new level.

Opeth announces October 2021 European Headlining Tour

Sweden’s Opeth have come a long way in the past 30 years, having evolved from raw death metal to virtuosic and progressive vintage rock. Always forging their own path, the band have delivered 13 albums, each a fresh milestone within its genre and soon, the band centered around frontman and guitarist, Mikael Åkerfeldt, will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary.

Nibiru to release new studio album “Panspermia” on November 13th 2020

Following their latest album, “Salbrox” (2019, Ritual Productions), Blackened Sludge and Drone trio, Nibiru, have re-signed with Argonauta Records for the release of their sixth studio album, titled “Panspermia”, that will be seeing the light of day on Friday the 13th of November 2020.

Avatarium to stream concert film “An Evening With Avatarium - Live in Stockholm” on August 28th 2020

Swedish doom metallers Avatarium have announced their concert movie “An Evening With Avatarium - Live in Stockholm”, which will be available on August 28th, 2020. Recorded at their live show in Stockholm this January, the show was filmed by five cameras at the legendary concert venue Nalen, and gives fans the chance to experience Avatarium’s live power despite the COVID-19 crisis.

Oranssi Pazuzu announces Spring 2020 European Headlining Tour

Finland’s black metal anti-traditionalists Oranssi Pazuzu will finally return to the stage in 2021, following the unfortunate cancellation of their tour for autumn of this year.

After recently releasing their new album “Mestarin Kynssi” and contorting the minds of listeners with their psychic and colourful black metal that knows no boundaries, the Finns announce new tour dates for April and May. Their intense ride will be supported by Brazil’s Deafkids and Norway’s Sturle Dagsland.