21:07 - 3rdWorld Can't remember any black elements there really but my memory is quite vague except the fact that I didn't like it a lot. Not sure why, maybe it was a bit of middleground between brutality and something else.
21:01 - !J.O.O.E.! I think you're thinking of a different record. The EP is some pretty dense blackened death. Less varied than the album, but focuses more on crushing, foreboding atmospheres.
20:59 - 3rdWorld Kinda looks awful so I'll leave it at that, hehe. Damn fine album really, that ep on the other hand sounded somewhat prog melodeath-y or whatever. Didn't enjoy it much, thats why didn't rec it. :P
20:55 - !J.O.O.E.! The big one on the bottom left? Looks like planet sex-toy to me :P
20:54 - 3rdWorld Pretty sure thats a star, not a planet. =P
If you are a fan of progressive and power metal, you should listen to Tad Morose's new album. The Swedish band has recently shared St. Demonius (their second on Swedish label Despotz Records) in its entirety online. Give it a spin or a few at Decibel Magazine and give us your thoughts about it. The record is already available in a store near you.
Tad Morose, the Swedish power metallers, are back with a new album. The veteran band just announced St. Demonius as the title of their brand new studio album that will be released on August 28th via Despotz Records. A single and video for the song "Forlorn" will be released next week and the band also promises a European tour in September! First off, check out the album cover and the song titles here.
After a 10-year hiatus, Tad Morose are returning with their seventh album Revenant. You will still have to wait until November 20th to get the album but the band has released another new song for you to enjoy: "Millenium Lie". This is also their new single which is released digitally on October 20th. It is supposed to be one of the heaviest tracks on Revenant.
Swedish progressive power metal veterans Tad Morose are on their way back with their first new album in a decade. The band has now delivered the video for the first new song off their Revenant album titled "Beneath A Veil Of Crying Souls". Tad Morose previously released a sample of the song but now you get to listen to the full tune right here. Enjoy the video below.
An audio sample of the new song "Beneath A Veil Of Crying Souls", the new single from returning Swedish progressive/power metal veterans Tad Morose, has been made available by the band. The single will be released on September 28th but you can already satisfy your curiosity through the video below. The song will appear on the band's new album Revenant, their first in ten years, coming out on November 20th through Despotz Records.
Ten years after the release of Modus Vivendi, Despotz Records has announced the signing of Swedish progressive/power metal veterans Tad Morose. After a 10-year hiatus, the band will return and release their seventh studio album titled Revenant this upcoming November. The album is being recorded at Claustrophobic Studio in Gävle, Sweden.
"Hi there everybody! We are proud to announce the new line up! After a few years with various problems it feels great that we now are a working band again! Things just didn't work out the way we wanted with Joe Comeau, he is an excellent singer and a very nice guy, but it just didn't work out for us in the long run. We only did 3 shows and recorded a 2 track demo with him. We wish him all the best!
The new singer is Ronny Hemlin (Steel Attack), Ronny is a very, very good singer and fits perfect! Check out his work with Steel Attack and you will know what I mean.
The new bassplayer is Tommi Karpanen (ex-Morgana Lefay), a long time friend who also play bass in Sefer Jezirah and guitar in God Aweful Machine.
Joe Comeau, ex-vocalist of Annihilator, Liege Lord and Overkill, has joined Swedish prog power metallers Tad Morose, after former singer Urban Breed has left after 10 years in the band in December 2005. Joe Comeau posted the following statement on the band's official website:
"What can I say? Obviously I am very honored to be the new vocalist for the great Tad Morose! I would first like to thank all the Tad guys for bringing me on board. Work has already begun on awesome new Tad Morose material and I am psyched as hell to move ahead on creating a killer new CD with these guys. I am also looking forward to our upcoming shows so I can meet all the Tad faithful and friends alike! Make sure you come and have a drink with us. See ya soon! Cheers, Joe Comeau."