12:25 - RedOctober I was looking for obscure black metal albums. [link] Excellent :) Potentiam - Balsyn
11:33 - Angel N. No Lemmy came over to stay with me forever.
11:09 - Mr. Cheeky You need to remove them from your updates list as well. On the drop down from your name on the top lest corner, click updates, Click Show watched bands and options, then remove bands you don't care to stop the updates.
10:50 - Arcticus Can anyone tell me how to stop getting news updates from a particular band? I removed In Flames from my favourite bands in my profile literally years ago but they still get included in my updates...I know I know, serious issues
06:43 - Fearmeister I feel that Lemmy went to hell, became an Arch Demon, then went and possessed these motherfuckers. Holy shit, I'm still picking up pieces of my skull [link]
Sahg have revealed more about their upcoming fifth full-length record. The album title is Memento Mori (Latin: remember that you must die). According to the label, musically the album dwells in a heavier landscape than its predecessor, Delusions Of Grandeur, with metal infused heavy rock containing clear progressive elements. The record will be out on the 23rd of September 2016, on Indie Recordings. Get the first taste here.
The Norwegians Sahg have announced important changes in their line-up, and welcomed guitarist Ole Walaunet (Grimfist, The Batallion, God Seed) and drummer Mads Lilletvedt (Byfrost) to the band. Furthermore, the wait will soon be over for the follow-up to Delusions Of Grandeur. There will be a new Sahg album out in the spring of 2016 on Indie Recordings. The new album will continue in the vein of its predecessor.
Sahg's fourth album Delusions Of Grandeur is currently streaming in its entirety online ahead of its release. The stoner metal band presents us a concept album this time "about a person, whose delusions of grandeur escalate to the level where they consume him completely." Did the Norwegian riff-lords produce something great? Check it out below and tell us what you think.
If you like stoner metal, you need to check out the new video from Sahg. The Norwegians are premiering their new song "Slip Off The Edge Of The Universe" with the new video which you can watch here. The song will appear on Delusions Of Grandeur, which will be released on October 28th worldwide (25th in Norway, Germany/Switzerland/Austria) via Indie Recordings. This will be their fourth album.
Norwegian metallers Sahg entered the studio last year to record a new album and have now announced its release for October this year. The group has also released their new single "Firechild" as a taste of what's to come this fall. Enjoy the new song here. More details about the successor to III should be revealed soon.
Post rockers Long Distance Calling have announced their first European headliner tour dubbed The Flood Inside Tour. It will be the first time on stage with the new line up including vocalist Marsen Fischer. The band will be sharing the stage with Sólstafir, Audrey Horne and Sahg.
"Mortify", the new video from Norwegian stoner metallers Sahg is now available for viewing below. The clip was directed by Tommy Naess. "Mortify" is off the band's third album III, released back in 2010.
Sahg — the Norwegian heavy rockers featuring current/former members of Gorgoroth, Manngard and Audrey Horne — have posted a brand new track online. The song is called "Mortify" and is now available for streaming on MySpace page. "Mortify" comes off the band's third album, III, to be released on August 30 through Indie Recordings.
III cover art] tracklist:
01. In Through The Eye
02. Baptism Of Fire
04. Hollow Mountain
05. Mother's Revenge
06. Downward Spiral
07. Shadow Monument
10. Spiritual Void
Norwegian metallers Sahg have issued the following update:
"Sahg has signed a new record deal with Indie Recordings. The band's engagement with Regain Records is hereby terminated. Sahg's third album release is already being planned, due for release through Indie Recordings in October 2009."
Singer and guitarist Olav Iversen states: "Signing with Indie Recordings seems like the most natural thing in the universe for Sahg to do. These people really care more about the music than the money, unlike most others in this business. That was crucial for our decision. We believe this is the right place for Sahg to develop further and keep on expressing what we want musically."