20:39 - SpawkofOdin Monolithe sounds pretty dope! Somehow the only Godflesh album I've listened to is Streetcleaner. Which I liked (industrial+ambient is always a win) so it is weird that I haven't explored that band further lol
20:21 - !J.O.O.E.! At a few points they remind me of this [link] in a more Godflesh-y sort of way. Like this song in particular [link]
20:16 - SpawkofOdin Yeah! Some guy on Bandcamp wrote that they sound like "Blade Runner" metal which is so true! Nice use of ambiance to capture that atmosphere
20:04 - !J.O.O.E.! Their other songs are sounding pretty good too.
The Paganfest tour is heading out for the seventh time next year and the Finns Wintersun will be co-headlining the trek with Turisas. You can mark your calendars for March 2015. Wintersun will team up with their Finnish comrades Turisas to form the headlining-duo of the upcoming tour. Three other acts will join the normal tour dates and three more will take part in the extended shows. See the tour dates below!
The battle metal Finns Turisas will be returning to Europe next year for a full headlining tour dubbed We Ride Together European Tour 2014. The tour starts in January and will end in March 2014. Check out the dates below if you want in on the fun. Tickets for all the dates will go on sale on November 11th.
The official lyric video for the song "Piece By Piece" from Finnish warriors Turisas has recently been released and you can now watch it below. The song comes off their new and fourth album, Turisas2013, which was released in August in Europe and in September in North America under Century Media Records. Apart from the new lyric video, you can also watch a making-of feature which allows for a look behind the scenes of the "Ten More Miles" video. Enjoy!
Now that Turisas2013 is out in most Europe, with UK/France and North America following next week, the folk metal band Turisas has premiered today a brand new video for the song "Ten More Miles" (produced and directed by Jukka Salo). You can watch the result of Jukka Salo's work with the band below. Do you approve?
After sharing the song "For Your Own Good" from the new opus Turisas2013, the Finnish folk metallers Turisas have a new song today for us to listen to and it is "Into The Free" this time. So, this is your opportunity to listen to another piece and a different side from their new album. The band has already played "Into The Free" on the past festival appearances.
Here it is, the first new song off Turisas new album, Turisas2013. You can finally start judging the music now after all the doubts that arose when the band revealed the title and artwork of this new release. "For Your Own Good", the album's opening track, is now available for your listening pleasure or otherwise below.
The follow-up to Stand Up And Fight is upon us. Turisas have just revealed the title of their new album. You would never guess it but it will be called Turisas2013. The release dates have been set for August 21st in Finland, August 26th in Europe and North America on September 3rd through Century Media Records.
Battle metallers Turisas have announced changes in their line-up. The original drummer, Tuomas "Tude" Lehtonen, is stepping aside after playing with the band from the very beginning. The band has also officially started recording their upcoming 4th album. The band is recording drums at Atomic Spa studio in Helsinki, Finland, and will continue the recordings in different locations until the end of January. The upcoming album is set to be released by Century Media in May 2013.
Battle metallers Turisas will be returning to North America in February/March 2013 for a headlining tour featuring Firewind and Stolen Babies as special guests. The band is currently finishing work on their latest studio album, which they are looking to release in summer 2013. See below the list of confirmed tour dates with more to be announced soon.
Finnish battle metal masters Turisas have recently announced their first ever tour in Latin America. The band will play seven shows in March 2013, including dates in Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Argentina, Chile and Brazil.
Finnish folk metallers Turisas have announced that current bassist Hannes Horma and accordionist Netta Skog have decided to leave the band due to personal and motivational reasons. Jukka-Pekka Miettinen (ex-Arthemesia, ex-Ensiferum) will be joining the band on bass for forthcoming shows, and Robert Engstrand (ex-Kotipelto, The Flower Kings) will be coming into a completely new role in the band - as keyboard player.
Finnish battle metallers Turisas just announced that Taiwanese melodic black metallers Chthonic and Finnish power metallers Kiuas are filling the support slots on their upcoming UK & Ireland Tour, taking off by the end of October to mid-November.
On November 7th (Belfast) and 8th (Dublin), instead of Chthonic and Kiuas, Canadian musician Devin Townsend will join as co-headliner.
Last week Finnish battle metallers Turisas were forced to postpone their earlier announced 7-date tour in Spain and Portugal due to unforseen technical problems. The shows will now take place at the end of November. In addition, the band confirmed a one-off special event at Spain's Creajoven Festival taking place on June 17th in Murcia.
Turisas has just announced a row of shows in Spain and Portugal in support of their latest album Stand Up And Fight.
This is the first time Turisas does a proper headline tour in the region. An excited Warlord Nygård comments: "We've always had a very strong support on the Iberian peninsula and we're of course extremely happy about that. Over the years we've often been over there as part of a support act, but we felt we owed our fans in Spain & Portugal some proper headline shows for a change.
We've been trying to make this happen for ages, but it's taken time. So now we're definitely coming, make you turn up and show your support! I'm sure we'll have some amazing shows happening! We think this trip will prove that bands could do so much more on the Iberian peninsula, if they had the courage to just go a bit further and explore it. We are super excited about it! Let's paint Iberia black and red together!"