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Pain, the brainchild of Peter Tägtgren, have just shared a brand new track off their upcoming offering, Coming Home. This is the band's first album in five years and the track you can hear today is "Call Me". They present the track on a bizarre new video which you can enjoy/hate below.
The Swedish metal force Pain, led by multi-instrumentalist and producer Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy, Lindemann), are ready to unleash another industrial metal statement entitled Coming Home. In celebration of the new album, the band has released the track "Black Knight Satellite" today as a digital single. Enjoy the lyric video of the song on YouTube.
Pain Of Salvation just released a very special reissue version of their 2002 album Remedy Lane entitled Remedy Lane Re:visited (Re:mixed & Re:lived) via InsideOutMusic. The band's genius track "Fandango" performed live is available now. In other news, a documentary film entitled "I Set Myself On Fire - a story about Daniel Gildenlöw and Pain of Salvation" has now been launched online. The project sees Johan Simonsson (Director) and Leif Simonsson (Producer) of Mapenzi Film following the band's activities between the years 2007 and 2014. A prologue and the first three webisodes can now be seen here.
Peter Tägtgren, multi-instrumentalist and the owner of the famous The Abyss studios, has unveiled the artwork and name for the new Pain record. The new album will be titled Coming Home. It will be out this summer on September 9th via Nuclear Blast Records. Feast your eyes on the cover artwork created by Stefan Heilemann (Epica, Lindemann, Indica among others) below.
Swedish progressive innovators Pain Of Salvation will release a very special reissue version of their 2002 brilliant album Remedy Lane entitled Remedy Lane Re:visited (Re:mixed & Re:lived) on July 1st, 2016 via InsideOutMusic. The first song off the release is now being launched and it is "Rope Ends (Remix)". You can have your first impression of the release via the static clip available here.
Pain Of Salvation are scheduled to re-release their 2002 classic album Remedy Lane, together with a live recording of their performance of the album from ProgPower USA 2014. Remedy Lane Re:visited (Re:mixed & Re:lived) will be released on July 1st, 2016 via InsideOutMusic. As for news on their new studio album, it will be entitled In The Passing Light Of Day and is expected to be released later in the year.
According to the news on the official Pain page, the upcoming shows will have a special guest on drums. Their live drummer, David Wallin, is on vacation, and so Sebastian Tägtgren, the son of mainman Peter Tägtgren, will be the drummer of Pain in the meantime. He already performed with them at Metaltown in Sweden. In other news, the band is still writing and recording the new Pain album, which is expected this summer.
The Swedes Pain Of Salvation are hard at work forging their new album. These are exciting times for the progressive band as they are holed up in the studio recording "heavy" and "complex" new songs. They are at Dugout Studios working with producer Daniel Bergstrand. Also, mainman and the only original member still in the group, Daniel Gildenlöw, also revealed that they are aiming for two releases this year.
Falling Home, the acoustic album by Swedish progressive innovators Pain Of Salvation, was recently released via InsideOutMusic and now the band has debuted the new promotional video clip for the album's title track. Check out below the atmospheric clip for "Falling Home", which was shot in Iceland by director Hilmir Berg Ragnarsson and produced by Hilmir Berg Ragnarsson and Soley Astudottir. But there is more. In other news, Pain Of Salvation are currently also working on a new studio album effort, which will "see the band going back to its harder roots of the early albums again". Are you excited about that?
Pain Of Salvation have launched a new video. The atmospheric video clip was directed by Stefan Daniels for the brilliant song "1979". The track first appeared on the Swedish proggers' album Road Salt Two (2011) and is also taken from the upcoming acoustic album Falling Home. Don't forget to watch the new video here.
As you know, proggers Pain Of Salvation are about to release an acoustic album called Falling Home. The first track off this release is now being launched and you can check out the acoustic version of "Linoleum" right now right here. You might remember this track from their 2010 album Road Salt One. Enjoy!
While fans might be eager for the follow-up to Road Salt Two, prog innovators Pain Of Salvation just announced officially their much anticipated acoustic album, Falling Home, which will finally be released in Europe on November 10th, 2014 via the band's longtime label partner InsideOutMusic. This album is a very special album, which contains reimagined versions of favourite catalogue songs, two cover versions ("Holy Diver" by Dio and "Perfect Day" by Lou Reed) and a brand new song (the title track, "Falling Home").
Good news for Pain Of Salvation fans in the U.S., Mexico and Canada. The band just confirmed a North American tour for September with special guests and proggers Vangough. Daniel Gildenlöw now seems recovered from the flesh eating bacteria infection that bothered him earlier this year. He returned with a performance at Sweden Rock festival, the first since the illness. The North American tour sees the band playing two very special shows in Atlanta, during the ProgPower USA festival, including a once-in-a-lifetime performance of the band's masterpiece Remedy Lane in its entirety.
Tuomas Holopainen's debut solo album The Life And Times Of Scrooge is released today in Europe so it seems perfect to unveil a new lyric video. This time, you can hear the track "The Last Sled". Since the album has now been released, tell us your impressions of the album as well, in case you already listened to it. The opus, of course, is inspired by the graphic novel The Life And Times Of Scrooge McDuck, written and illustrated by Don Rosa. Was it what you were expecting from the Nightwish mastermind?