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Gojira to release new studio album “Fortitude” on April 30th 2021

2x Grammy® nominated band Gojira have announced details of their long-awaited new album, “Fortitude”, which will be released April 30th, 2021, via Roadrunner Records (album artwork / tracklist below).

Today, the band has shared the forthcoming album’s first single, “Born For One Thing”, which is available on all streaming platforms and accompanied by a Charles De Meyer directed official music video shot in France and Belgium. Watch the video below.

Unleash The Archers announce November & December 2021 European Headlining Tour

Vancouver, Canada based Unleash The Archers were formed in late 2007 by vocalist and front-woman Brittney Slayes, together with her partner and the band’s drummer Scott Buchanan. Spanning the gap between various forms of metal, genre-blending has become their speciality, and the resulting product is a potent mix of intelligent song-writing and technically versatile musicianship.

Molly Karloff to release new single in aid of mental health charity Oxfordshire Mind

Molly Karloff, the hard-hitting Oxfordshire-based power trio are set to release their new single “She Said” (Romesh Remix) on Friday February 19th, 2021. 

All proceeds from the single will be donated to the UK mental health charity Oxfordshire Mind. The single is now available to pre-save here.

Nightwish reschedule “An Evening with Nightwish in a Virtual World” for late May 2021

The interactive concert experiences titled “An Evening with Nightwish in a Virtual World”, that will kick off their Human. :II: Nature. World Tour have been rescheduled from March to May due to changes in the band’s touring schedule. The new dates are Friday May 28th and Saturday May 29th, 2021.

• Tickets purchased for the original dates are automatically valid for the new dates, or can be returned by March 12th 2021. More details further below.

Nightwish reschedule May 2021 European Headlining Tour to November & December 2021

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Nightwish have announced some rescheduled tour dates for late 2021. Previously purchased tickets will remain valid for all rescheduled dates.

The band will present their current studio album “Human. :II: Nature.” and maintain their reputation as one of the best live bands in heavy music. Being known for unique stage designs and pyro effects, the Finnish symphonic metal heroes promise to take their audience on a spectacular audiovisual journey - once again.

Draconian reschedule 2021 European Tour to March 2022

Draconian have rescheduled their 2021 European tour with Nightfall to March 2022.

Comments the band:
“Unsurprisingly due to the pandemic situation, we’re forced to reschedule the European tour from 2021 to 2022. There were a few changes but most of the cities and venues are maintained. All tickets bought for the 2021 tour will remain valid for the new dates in 2022. We hope to see all of you on tour. Finally”.