10:22 - LuciferOfGayness And Satanism didnt make you guys dumb, that was capitalism ;D
10:16 - LuciferOfGayness Thats a good question, I imagine there are some satanists that worship Britney Spears. Picking a ideology wont give you a taste in music.
06:05 - no one wonder if the majority of all different kind of satanists are metalheads
04:02 - Apothecary @Jaeryd, you're referring to LaVeyan Satanism, which is essentially Nietzsche/Ayn Rand type philosophy plus some Crowley - influenced ritual magick. Most theistic Satanists do not consider it as "real" Satanism
03:30 - no one because calling yourself a satanist sounds more kvlt
03:23 - Kuroboshi If you're not into the whole anti-christianity thing, it seems kind of stupid to call it satanism. Why not just say liberal atheism?
The melodeath group Nightrage are currently streaming their latest work, The Puritan. Recorded in their new home of Gothenburg, Sweden and featuring a member named "Anders," this is a case where stereotypes won't lead you far from what sound to expect. A little bit of thrash, a lot of melodic riffs, death metal vocals. Check it out for yourself at this location. What do you think? Does Nightrage breathe new life into the genre with this new album?
As the release date for The Puritan approaches, Nightrage are getting more generous and have debuted two new songs recently in quick succession. The first of which was "Desperate Vows" and you can listen to that song through the lyric video made by Crystal Light Productions below. But the melodic death metallers have also shared a video clip for the tune "Stare Into Infinity". Despite a few years without releasing a new album, now you have plenty of new tunes to revel in.
Today is a good day for Nightrage fans as the band just debuted a video for a new song and revealed all about their new album. Firstly, their new opus will be called The Puritan and drops on the 24th of April through Despotz Records. You can hear the first song below. What do you think of the new single "Kiss Of A Sycophant"?
Recently, Nightrage have signed an album deal with Despotz Records. Yes, the melodic death metal band will finally release the follow-up to Insidious (2011). In fact, the group is entering the Dugout Studio (in Uppsala, Sweden) with Daniel Bergstrand on September 15th to record the new opus. A new single/video will be out this fall and the yet untitled album will surface in February 2015. Ronnie Nyman will lend his voice to the new release.
The melodic death metallers Nightrage have been working on their new album since 2012, the follow-up to Insidious. Now the band has finally updated on what they are up to. Nightrage has been searching for a new label as well and soon will begin recording the album. What are your expectations for the new album?
Melodic death metallers Nightrage are currently dedicated to writing material for their sixth full-length studio album. Guitarist Marios Iliopoulos has started recording the pre-production demos at Ludvig Haby Studios. The band's latest output, Insidious, was released in September 2011 via Lifeforce Records.
"Delirium Of The Fallen", a brand new video from Swedish melodic death metallers Nightrage is now available for viewing below. The song comes off the band's 2011 album entitled Insidious, which came out last September via Lifeforce Records and features Apollo Papathanasio from Firewind on vocals. The video was directed by Gabriel Psaltakis.
"Insidious", a brand-new track from Swedish melodic death metallers Nightrage can now be heard in the YouTube-video below.
"Insidious" is the title track of the band's upcoming album, which is set to be released on September 26th in Europe and a day later in North America through Lifeforce Records. More album details were previously reported here.
Nightrage have revealed the following statement about their upcoming 5th album entitled Insidious, which will be released on September 26th in Europe and a day later in North America.
"The new Nightrage album is ready! We are extremely happy with the results and we look forward to sharing this music with all of you. Here is the journey thus far:
"We recorded the music at Zero Gravity studios on Athens, Greece with our great friend Terry Nikas at the helm. He did a fantastic job and provided us with an amazing environment and atmosphere to make the best record possible. Antony had the pleasure as well to work on the vocals in a very different setting with Ryan Butler at his Arcane Digital Recording studio in Arizona. Ryan has been assisting us with demo sessions since the last album and it felt very natural for us to try the final product with him.
Greek metallic powerhouse Firewind is extremely excited to announce their first-ever headlining North American tour, dubbed the Frets of Fury. This package (sponsored by ESP Guitars, BlackStar Amps and Guitar World) kicks off on October 9th and features a wide array of metal's elite: Arsis, White Wizzard and Nightrage.
General Admission tickets will go on sale everywhere on June 16. Get the dates after the jump.
"Wearing A Martyr's Crown", the new video from Swedish metallers Nightrage, can be viewed at this location. The clip was once again directed by Bob Katsionis, who previously worked with the band on the "Scathing" video.
"Wearing A Martyr's Crown" comes off the band's latest album, Wearing A Martyr's Crown, which was released on June 2009 via Lifeforce Records.