Danish thrash metal veterans Artillery are pleased to announce that they will return to US this April. The United Legions US Tour will also feature Striker and VX36 and begins on April 9th in San Jose, CA. The tour will weave its way through the US before wrapping up on April 27 in Salt Lake City, UT. All confirmed dates can be found below the official tour flyer.
After playing in 2012 on the Barge To Hell cruise, Denmark thrash metal veterans Artillery will return to North America this fall for their first ever North American tour. The band will join Onslaught and Striker beginning on October 23rd at Saint Vitus in Brooklyn, NY. The tour will weave its way throughout North America before coming to a close in Hollywood, CA on November 26th. Dates for the 'North American Thrash Invasion Tour' can be found below the flyer.
Who wants to hear a new Artillery song? Now you can because the band has launched an official new video clip for the title track of the new album Legions. The clip was directed by Morten Sandberg Madsen and it is available for your viewing pleasure below. You get a new video and a new song today.
After previously unleashing the song "Chill My Bones" off of their new album Legions, thrash metal band Artillery unveiled today another brand new song, namely "Wardrum Heartbeat". If you want to hear more new songs, don't hesitate to check out the lyric video below which also features some footage recorded in the studio.
Artillery's new album, to be called Legions, already has a release date set: November 26th on Metal Blade. To make the wait a little bit easier, you can already stream the first single "Chill My Bones" off the album below. As usual, you can expect some hard-hitting thrash.
In a recent interview, Danish thrash metal veterans Artillery have revealed that their new album will be titled Legions. The release date in Europe is set for November 22nd via Metal Blade Records. Guitarist Michael Stützer also revealed some song titles set to appear on the album which include "Chill My Bones", "God Feather", "Legions", "Wardrum Heartbeat", "Global Flatline" and "Anno Requiem".
Danish thrash metal veterans Artillery have stepped up and inked a deal with Metal Blade Records. The band's new album has already been recorded and is in the stage of being mixed and mastered. The album was tracked at Medley Studios in Copenhagen with producer Søren Andersen and will include such songs as "Doctor Evil", "Wardrum Heartbeat", "Global Flatline", "Ethos Of Wrath", "Enslaved To The Nether" and "God Feather".
Prepare for a new Artillery album because the band has already recorded two songs for the successor to 2011's My Blood and plans to enter the studio again in June to record the rest with producer Søren Andersen.
Danish metallers Artillery have announced that their former session drummer Sven Olsen has passed away due to cancer. He was also a member of Missing Link, a band with connections to Artillery and which was formed by guitarist Michael Stützer in 1988 when Artillery was on a hiatus.
Danish thrash legends Artillery have announced that the new drummer that will replace departed founder Carsten Nielsen behind the kit is Josua Madsen (ex-Consumed). Carsten reportedly left the band in April for personal reasons.
Artillery, the thrash metal band from Denmark, revealed the cover artwork and tracklist of their forthcoming album My Blood. The follow up to the highly acclaimed When Death Comes from 2009 was recorded in late 2010 at the Medley Studios. The cover artwork was designed by the well known Polish graphic designer Graal known from his previous work for bands such as Vital Remains, Sinister, Solitude Aeternus and Bulldozer. Graal was also responsible for the covers of Artillery's Through The Years and When Death Comes.
Metal Mind Productions set up the release date for 14th March in Japan (via Kings Records), 21st March in Europe, 5th April in USA (via MVD). The album will be released as a jewel case CD and as a digipak CD including 2 bonus tracks. Japanese edition of the album will include an exclusive bonus track which won't be available elsewhere.
Thrash metal band Artillery is currently working in Medley Studios, Denmark, on the follow-up to their highly acclaimed album When Death Comes (2009). The new material entitled My Blood will be released by Metal Mind Productions in March 2011.
So far Artillery recorded 14 songs - 10 brand new tracks, a remake of "Ain´t Giving In" (from 1992´s Mind Factory demo) and 3 bonus tracks which are all new versions of timeless classics from the 1985's album Fear of Tomorrow ("The Eternal War", "The Almighty", "Show Your Hate").
Soren Adamsen, Artillery's vocalist, revealed a few titles of the new tracks. He also described the lyrics for those tracks:
6 is the working title of their forthcoming album scheduled for release on March 21st, 2011. The new album will include 11 songs. Some of the titles are "Ain't giving in", "Concealed In The Dark", "If Only Death Was An Illusion", "Monster" and "Warrior Blood".
The album will be available in minimum 3 different formats, which will include 4 bonus tracks: "The Eternal War", "Show Your Hate", "The Almighty" (these are all re-recorded versions of tracks taken from the band's first album - "Fear Of Tomorrow") and "Computer God" (a cover version of the song by Black Sabbath).
The band will enter the recording studio on November 29th. The new material will be recorded again at Medley Studios in Denmark, with Søren Andersen as the producer.
Artillery will enter the recording studio on the 29th of November to record a follow up to their very successful album When Death Comes (2009). New material will be recorded again at Medley Studios in Denmark with Søren Andersen as producer.
Guitarist Michael Stützer says: "Artillery is very excited to start working on the follow up to When Death Comes, which received such a great response from both fans and media. It´s great to go back to the studio only 1 1/2 year after our last effort, to show the fans that Artillery is working very hard to make new recordings and to tour again. And this time it won't take us 10 years to make a new album! We feel that the new songs will continue the style and production of our last efforts and we are looking forward to play new songs live for the best and most dedicated fans of metal."