11:53 - Overrwatcher If it is consensual and the face-in-crotch woman agreed to it, cool. Otherwise, not cool. I don't trust comments with no accounts, I could have claimed to be her and nobody would know the difference.
11:15 - M C Vice Some of the comments seem to be implying the audience groping was part of the act.
10:40 - Overrwatcher You're entering a BLACK METAL concert. It's not going to be a joy ride. She should have just left if she was unhappy about the blood. I'm PC as fuck but the entire world isn't a safe space.
10:36 - Overrwatcher About that article: The actual theatrics sounded cool, the face-in-crotch is what the fuck and completely uncalled for. Blood is metal as fuck. Sexual assault not so much.
09:34 - ScreamingSteelUS I thought of that, too. The answer is no, because getting offended is stupid, but you're welcome to scoff at the ignorance with me.
09:05 - M C Vice Should I be offended that the woman who wrote that article associates the eagle emblem most Germanic states have used since the Roman Empire with nazis?
Shining are going to hit the road on their first-ever U.S. tour. The tour begins on August 11th in Houston, and sees the Swedes performing alongside Belphegor, Origin, and Abigail Williams. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below, with two Canadian dates as well. They will be presenting their latest record, IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends.
Black metal fans take note. Shining will hit the road in December along with Norwegian titans Taake as part of a series of live appearances to mark the band's 20th anniversary. Full details of the tour are not yet available, but confirmed routing so far features European shows. More dates will be announced soon.
Shining (NOR) are about to release International Blackjazz Society, their new album. Before that, they have unveiled a new song to the masses. The new single is called "Last Day"; it is quite catchy and there's some saxophone goodness, of course. You can give it a go on the video below while you wait for the album release set for 16th of October via Spinefarm Records.
Norwegian self-proclaimed blackjazzers Shining (NOR) will be releasing their seventh studio album, called International Blackjazz Society, on the 16th of October via Spinefarm Records according to their official Facebook page and website. The announcement has been made and now they have shared with us their live in the studio video for "The Last Stand," which is track number 2 on the album.
Norwegian avantgarde/experimental metallers Shining (NOR) are extremely pleased to announce 'International Blackjazz Society European Tour' for fall 2015. This headlining (almost) one-month run will be executed through October and November, and will be supported by Australian band Caligula's Horse. All confirmed dates can be found below the official tour flyer.
Shining (NOR) are releasing a new album this year on Spinefarm Records. But before that, they tried to reach for the sun as they performed on top of a 2,300 foot cliff in Norway! On June 21st, on the solstice and longest day of the year, the Norwegian blackjazz band Shining (NOR) played the world's first concert on top of a grandiose mountain structure hanging out 700 meters-that's nearly 2300 feet-above the ground. A fan-filmed clip of the concert can be seen below along with amazing shots from the event and a video from the band where you can hear a snippet of new music.
Shining have released a music video for the track "Vilja & Dröm" which you might recognize from the black metallers new album IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends. The NSFW video is streaming now online and you can watch it below if you dare. The video filmed and edited by long-time Shining collaborator Martin Strandberg features a band performance as well as footage of violence and brutality.
Shining (NOR) have very good news to share. The follow-up to One One One (2013) is finally coming. The experimental/avantgarde group has joined forces with Spinefarm Records for a worldwide deal that will see a new studio album released later this year supported by international touring. You can start anticipating the new material and Jørgen Munkeby says it will be one of their most varied albums.
A few days from now, Shining's newest creation IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends will be released unto the masses via Season Of Mist. Luckily for you, the album is already streaming in full and in advance online. As of now, you can listen to the entire piece here or over here, among other options. So, make the best of it. Is it quality stuff? Go hear it!
Niklas Kvarforth's Shining are now revealing a brand new track taken from their forthcoming full-length IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends. The song "Framtidsutsikter" is streaming at this location or here. It's a 7-minute track and also the final track to be revealed before the release of the album on April 20th via the black metallers label Season Of Mist. So, make the best of it.
Shining are revealing an 8-minute brand new track today. Their forthcoming full-length is called IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends and today they are showcasing the song "Besök Från I(ho)nom". Go ahead and stream the tune here or over here, among other options. Do you prefer it to the previous song "Vilja & Dröm", for instance? Give it a spin.
Today is the day Shining are premiering the first song off their forthcoming full-length IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends. While you get to hear new material, you can also see the cover that will grace the opus. Feast your eyes on the artwork below and your ears on the music of "Vilja & Dröm". Are you pleased?
Shining are gearing up to release a new album this April called IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends. However, the band is also preparing other releases. The Swedish black metallers have come to an agreement with French label Never Dead Productions to release five of the band's full-length albums on pro tapes. Each album will be strictly limited to 100 copies and will include pins, patches or stickers, depending on the individual titles.
The Swedish extreme metallers in Shiningrecently revealed the recording of a new album, due out in 2015. The band's manager Patricia Thomas revealed today album number nine, entitled IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends, is due out April 20th through Season Of Mist.
Norwegian group Shining (NOR) has clarified their drummer situation after being asked who their drummer is: Torstein Lofthus, who has been in the band since 1999, or Tobias Ørnes Andersen, who has been performing live with the band since 2013. The frontman Jørgen Munkeby has stated that Torstein Lofthus is officially out of the band and Tobias Ørnes Andersen (ex-Ørkenkjøtt, Leprous, Ihsahn) joined permanently. Also, the band has been recording new songs that they plan to release next year but the details are still under wraps.