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09.05Blood Red Throne - New Album Coming In July
25.09Blood Red Throne - Change Vocalist, Yngve "Bolt" Christiansen Back
29.07Cryptopsy - Announce Tour With Blood Red Throne And Psycroptic
14.06Blood Red Throne - Drummer Leaves The Band
14.05Blood Red Throne - Debut New Video
25.03Blood Red Throne - Announce European Tour Dates
30.12Blood Red Throne - Reveal New Members
08.08Blood Red Throne - Another New Song Online
11.07Blood Red Throne - New Song Online
24.06Blood Red Throne - New Album Almost Finished
06.05Blood Red Throne - Band Update
09.04Blood Red Throne - New Song Posted Online
25.03Blood Red Throne - New Album Details
14.01Blood Red Throne - US Mini-Tour Announced
01.11Blood Red Throne - Working On New Album
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Blood Red Throne - New Album Coming In July

Norwegian death metal outfit Blood Red Throne is ready to unleash a brand new studio album, to be entitled Union Of Flesh And Machine. The follow-up to 2013' self titled album is due out on July 15th, 2016 via Candlelight Records. More details, cover artwork and full tracklist, can be found down under.

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Band profile: Blood Red Throne
Posted: 09.05.2016 by Abattoir | Comments (2)


Blood Red Throne - Change Vocalist, Yngve "Bolt" Christiansen Back

Blood Red Throne have announced a change in their line-up. Yngve "Bolt" Christiansen, in the band since 2011, had recently been replaced by Martin Berger Enerstvedt, who is now out of the band. That was quick! Also, Yngve "Bolt" Christiansen is coming back to the band. Confused? The death metal band from Norway already had a new album called Union Of Flesh And Machine recorded with Martin Berger Enerstvedt's vocals ready for this November but they are only releasing it in 2016 as Bolt will record his vocals for the album.

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Posted: 25.09.2015 by BloodTears | Comments (0)


Cryptopsy - Announce Tour With Blood Red Throne And Psycroptic

In between a handful of festival appearances, Canadian deathmongers Cryptopsy will do a handful of club gigs throughout Europe and United Kingdom with fellow death metal tanks Blood Red Throne and Psycroptic.

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Event: Cryptopsy: European & UK Tour 2015
Posted: 29.07.2015 by J. N. | Comments (2)


Blood Red Throne - Drummer Leaves The Band

After vocalist Osvald "Vald" Egeland and the bassist Erlend Caspersen left the band in 2011, Blood Red Throne face now yet another line-up change. It was announced that their drummer Emil Wiksten is also leaving in order to focus on his other band Aeon. Dødheimsgard's drummer Sekaran will step in as a session drummer for the Protzen and Dokkem Open Air gigs. The band's original drummer, Freddy Bolsø, will join them on their UK mini tour in July.

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Posted: 14.06.2013 by H_E_L | Comments (3)


Blood Red Throne - Debut New Video

In anticipation of the release of their upcoming self-titled album, death metallers Blood Red Throne have debuted today their brand new video for the single "Primitive Killing Machine" and you can now hear the first track off the album. This will be the Norwegians 7th album.

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Posted: 14.05.2013 by BloodTears | Comments (1)


Blood Red Throne - Announce European Tour Dates

Norwegian death metal masters Blood Red Throne have recently revealed a string of European tour dates. The tour will be divided into two parts - European tour in May/June (without UK dates) and UK tour in July. Blood Red Throne will be touring in support of their new self-titled upcoming album, which will be released on May 17th, 2013 via Sevared Records (other album details are available here). Check out the complete list of tour dates and support bands below.

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Event: Blood Red Throne: Norwegian Invasion - European Tour 2013
Posted: 25.03.2013 by Abattoir | Comments (2)


Blood Red Throne - Reveal New Members

Norwegian death metallers Blood Red Throne have announced the replacements for the vocalist Osvald "Vald" Egeland and the bassist Erlend Caspersen. Yngve Bolt Christiansen (Goddamn) and Ole Bent Madsen (Horizon Ablaze) have now joined the band.

The band posted two updates on their MySpace page recently confirming the two new members: "We're happy to announce that the young and talented Ole Bent Madsen is the new permanent bass player in Blood Red Throne!"

"We're happy to announce that Blood Red Throne is complete again and we welcome Yngve N. Christiansen as our new singer and frontman!"

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Posted: 30.12.2011 by DEATH666 | Comments (4)


Blood Red Throne - Another New Song Online

"Graveworld", a brand-new track from Norwegian brutal death metallers Blood Red Throne can now be heard in the YouTube-video below.

Another new song, entitled "Eternal Decay", can also be heard below.

"Graveworld" and "Eternal Decay" comes off the band's upcoming album Brutalitarian Regime, which is set to be released on August 28th through Sevared Records.

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Posted: 08.08.2011 by Panzerchrist | Comments (3)


Blood Red Throne - New Song Online

"Eternal Decay", a brand-new track from Norwegian death metal quintet Blood Red Throne has been made available for streaming over at the band's MySpace.

"Eternal Decay" comes off the band's as-yet-untitled upcoming new album, which is scheduled to be released later this year through Sevared Records.

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Posted: 11.07.2011 by Kriegsphilosoph | Comments (1)


Blood Red Throne - New Album Almost Finished

Norwegian death metal quintet Blood Red Throne are putting the finishing touches on the mix of their next studio album. For that occasion, the band revealed three brand-new song titles on Facebook, called "Trapped, Terrified, Dead", "Proliferated Unto Hemophobia" and "Graveworld".

"Trapped, Terrified, Dead", "Proliferated Unto Hemophobia" and "Graveworld" come off the band's upcoming as-yet-untitled new album, which will be released later this year through Earache Records.

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Posted: 24.06.2011 by Kriegsphilosoph | Comments (4)


Blood Red Throne - Band Update

Official press release

Norwegian death metal tyrants Blood Red Throne have posted an update regarding the band's current activities and line-up.

Guitarist Daniel "Død" Olaisen comments: "Cheers everybody. Some of you have noticed that Tchort has been away for a while and still are due to work and family commitments. Meanwhile, we've recruited Ivan Gujic from Neongod MySpace] as his replacement for our upcoming live shows this year!

Also, Anders decided to leave the band in February and after several auditions we're proud to announce the young, but very talented Emil Wiksten from Sweden as our new killer drummer. Check out one of his videos here.

I've also written 3 new tracks for our upcoming album and this time we'll get back to the Altered Genesis style with fast and brutal shit and of course some groove as well!"

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Posted: 06.05.2010 by White Winter Sun | Comments (2)


Blood Red Throne - New Song Posted Online

Blood Red Throne have made a new song "The Light, The Hate" available online. Check it out at this location.

The song is featured on the band's fifth studio release "Souls Of Damnation", which is scheduled for release on June 1 in Europe and June 30 in the USA through Earache Records.

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Posted: 09.04.2009 by Doom From North | Comments (0)


Blood Red Throne - New Album Details

Official press release

Norwegian death metal tyrants Blood Red Throne have finished recording their new album. The album, entitled "Souls Of Damnation", is the band's fifth studio album and will be released to coincide with the band's 10th anniversary. The limited edition first pressing of "Souls Of Damnation" will include two bonus tracks, plus a special bonus DVD featuring an exclusive new interview with the band, along with an in-depth studio diary, documenting the recording process of the album. "Souls Of Damnation" will be released by Earache Records on June 1st in Europe and June 30th in the USA. The full track listing for the album is as follows:

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Posted: 25.03.2009 by SlaytallicA | Comments (1)


Blood Red Throne - US Mini-Tour Announced

Blood Red Throne will embark on a US mini-tour in March. Support on the tour will come from American death metallers Abysmal Dawn.

March 23 - San Marcos, CA @ Jumping Turtle
March 24 - Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
March 25 - Los Angeles, CA @ Knitting Factory
March 26 - San Francisco, CA @ Annie's Social Club
March 27 - Portland, OR @ Satyricon
March 28 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
March 30 - Denver, CO @ BLueBird THeater
March 31 - Farmington, NM @ Gators

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Posted: 14.01.2009 by Abattoir | Comments (1)


Blood Red Throne - Working On New Album

Norwegian death metallers Blood Red Throne are currently hard at work on their next, as-yet-untitled album.

Guitarist Død comments: "We're currently workin' on our fifth studio album, and so far we got 9 killer tracks. Expect some heavy shit, some fast and brutal shit and for those of you missing solos on previous albums, a lot of cool leads! We're waiting for a green signal and then we'll enter Studio Deadline in Sweden, makin' our best album ever!"

Blood Red Throne's follow-up to 2007's "Come Death" is tentatively due to be released in May 2009 through Earache Records.

Catch Blood Red Throne live at a couple of shows this Winter:

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Posted: 01.11.2008 by ArtiA | Comments (4)


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