00:43 - robpal Both songs released by Witherscape are awesome. Can't wait for the whole thing :)
00:25 - ScreamingSteelUS in my mind. By the time Ulcerate was finished, I had the paper half-written already. I typed it up as soon as I got back and turned it in with 15 minutes to spare. I got an A, too.
00:25 - ScreamingSteelUS I once went to see Ulcerate the night before a final paper was due without having even come up with a topic. As Inter Arma was opening, I found my topic, remembered all the textual support I needed, and started writing the thing
00:21 - mz one of the bigest dissapointments of my life was when I realized that my prof had set the date for exam just one day after the ulcerate concert which I was highly anticipating, and my scholarship was highly dependent on that exam.
23:53 - Bad English What is common Roy Hodgson and David Cammeron? They boat sucks and they boat failed, David as prime minister, Roy as english football coach hahhaha
23:36 - Neachy @mz: and a tour coming through my neck of the woods. Kick ass.
23:26 - Maratha Influenced by Revolting Cocks - No Devotion IMO. Vintage Bollywood [link]
Symphonic metallers Kamelot just returned from some European sold out shows and they are now ready to unleash their brand new music video for the track "My Therapy" which you might recognize from their latest record, Haven. According to the band, this video is intended to shine a spotlight on social anxiety that affects up to 20% of adults worldwide. See how the video turned out below.
Before joining Arch Enemy, vocalist Alissa White-Gluz was already collaborating with Kamelot. Now it's no different. The symphonic metallers new video "Liar Liar (Wasteland Monarchy)" has just been unveiled and it features Alissa White-Gluz as well. You might recognize the song from Kamelot's new album, Haven. Enjoy the visuals below.
American power metal giants Kamelot have recently announced two exclusive club shows in Germany on July 1st and July 2nd, featuring the talented German band Serious Black. Kamelot will be touring in support of their newest release, Haven, which has received an overall positive feedback.
Symphonic metal masters Kamelot are ready to share another piece of music from their upcoming new album Haven. And so they have released a video for the track "Insomnia" and as of now you can watch it here. They promise an epic and cinematic experience. Enjoy!
Symphonic metallers Kamelot are about to start a trek in North America with DragonForce this April 25th in Mexico. However, those April and May shows aren't the only ones the band is doing in Canada and the United States. In fact, they'll return to the U.S. and Canada in support of new album Haven with a second leg starting in mid November. This will be their biggest North American headliner tour to date. See the dates below. DragonForce are the special guests once again.
New music alert! The release of Kamelot's new album is fast approaching and we still haven't heard any new songs from it. But that is about to change because the symphonic metallers have just premiered the first new track! Stop what you are doing, watch the lyric video for the tune "Veil Of Elysium" here, from the new album Haven and give us your opinion about it.
After joining Napalm Records in January, Kamelot now present new details about their upcoming album, titled Haven. The album will be released worldwide (excl. Asia) via Napalm Records on May 5th, 2015 (North America) and May 8th, 2015 (Europe and rest of the world). Haven was produced by Sascha Paeth and mastered by Jacob Hansen. Other details can be found down below.
If you were waiting for some news about Kamelot's new album, you are in luck. As you know, the symphonic metal masters entered the studio last year to begin recording their follow-up to the acclaimed album Silverthorn. The new album will make Kamelot history as it will be released worldwide (excluding Asia) on Napalm Records/Universal and Napalm Records/ADA-Warner as an exclusive licensing deal through the band's Kamelot Music LLC this April/May 2015.
Kamelot announce that they are returning to North America in 2015, in support of their new album due for release in March 2015. The band is busy in the studio now and cannot wait to return to the USA and Canada for their biggest North American stage setup ever. Special guests on this tour will be DragonForce from the UK. This promises to be a power metal extravaganza. Get ready!
If you can't wait for the follow-up to Kamelot last album Silverthorn, there is good news for you. The band's guitarist and mastermind Thomas Youngblood recently revealed that he is in Stuttgart, Germany with keyboardist Oliver Palotai working on the the next Kamelot album. This will be their second opus with new singer Tommy Karevik.
Oliver Palotai, the keyboardist of US metallers Kamelot, has checked in with the information about his decision to not perform on the Kamelot's upcoming Silverthrone US Tour. The reason of this decision is the expectation of his and Simone's (Epica) first child, who will be born just in time of this US tour.
If you like ReVamp and Kamelot, you are in luck because you will get to see them both on their upcoming European tour. The Dutch metallers will be the special guests on Kamelot's Silverthorn Over Europe 2013 Tour. ReVamp will also release their second album Wild Card on August 23rd via Nuclear Blast. The opening track "The Anatomy Of A Nervous Breakdown: On The Sideline" will be released as a digital iTunes single on July 19th.
Symphonic power metallers Kamelot have released a music video for their song "My Confession" taken from their latest album Silverthorn. The video features the string quartet Eklipse also featured on the album. You can take a look at how the video turned out below.
After the announcements of a North American and European tour, Kamelot have this time unveiled the dates for an Australian tour. It consists of 4 dates and is scheduled to be executed in early June this year. As already mentioned several times, the band will be performing in support of their latest album Silverthorn, released back in October, 2012 via Steamhammer Records.