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
20:52 - !J.O.O.E.! That was the one I was asked to review. Was good, but found the drums overbearing. That artwork is better than the original one they had, but looks kinda cack up close. Also one of the planets looks like a fleshlight, so...
20:49 - 3rdWorld Don't remember much how it sounded but I didn't enjoy it much I guess. Definitely prefer this to that, and this version of the cover art too. [link]
20:45 - !J.O.O.E.! Heh, I recognise the band now. A friend of the band who used to live here near me asked me to review them. They've improved a lot.
After the announcements of a North American and European tour, Kamelot have this time unveiled the dates for an Australian tour. It consists of 4 dates and is scheduled to be executed in early June this year. As already mentioned several times, the band will be performing in support of their latest album Silverthorn, released back in October, 2012 via Steamhammer Records.
Kamelot have announced the Silverthorn Over Europe Tour, scheduled for this November. The 16-date march through Europe will be executed in support of the band's latest album Silverthorn, released back in October, 2012 via Steamhammer Records.
Kamelot, the proud recipients of the "Best Power Metal Album" and "Best Video" awards on Metal Storm Awards 2012, have just announced a new North American trek which takes place this fall in support of their latest album Silverthorn. Delain and Eklipse will accompany the band on this tour opening all shows.
Symphonic power metallers Kamelot have just premiered their brand new video for the song "Sacrimony (Angel Of Afterlife)" and you can now watch it below. This song is the debut single off their forthcoming album Silverthorn, their first with new singer Tommy Karevik. The video was directed by Ivan Čolić and filmed in Belgrade, Serbia and features appearances by Amaranthe vocalist Elize Ryd and The Agonist vocalist Alissa White-Gluz.
"Sacrimony (Angel Of Afterlife)", the first single taken from Kamelot's new opus has been made available on iTunes. You can listen to a two-minute sample of the single below and get a sneak peek into the new album Silverthorn. You will also be able to hear the new vocalist Tommy Karevik and see how he fits the band.
American symphonic metallers Kamelot have unveiled their new album's artwork, created by Stefan Heilemann, which can be seen below. The new opus Silverthorn will be released on October 30th in North America, October 26th in Germany and October 29th in the rest of Europe via Steamhammer/SPV. It will receive its Japanese release on October 24th via King Records.
After announcing that Tommy Karevik would be the band's new vocalist, Kamelot have now revealed officially that their new album will be titled Silverthorn. It will be a conceptual album and the release date has been rescheduled for October 26th (Germany), October 29th (rest of Europe) and October 30th (North America) via Steamhammer/SPV.
The big mystery surrounding the new singer of Kamelot has been revealed. The band has just announced that Tommy Karevik is their new vocalist. The following press release was issued: "The American/German symphonic metal band Kamelot is proud to announce another key piece leading to the release of their new studio album. A question foremost in every Kamelot fan's mind has been: Who is the group's new lead singer? Band mastermind and guitarist Thomas Youngblood has now revealed: 'The new man is Scandinavian Tommy Karevik!'
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish will embark on a North American headlining tour in September with support from Kamelot.
The band commented: "Prepare your voices for screaming and your heads for dreaming! We are bringing Imaginaerum over to North America! This will be the one and only North American leg during the Imaginaerum World Tour, so make sure you'll be there!"
US symphonic power metallers Kamelot have announced a European tour for this November, which starts in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, on November 2nd. The tour will promote their new album, which will be the follow-up to Poetry For The Poisoned, released in 2010 via earMusic/KMG Recordings.
US symphonic power metallers Kamelot are the newest confirmation for the 70000 Tons Of Metal festival and Wacken Open Air 2012, as was revealed on their official website. Kamelot's founder and guitarist Thomas Youngblood states: "We are very excited about returning to Wacken for 2012, this is one of the best festivals in the world and we will be planning our biggest stage presentation ever. Get ready for some fire!"
"Necropolis", a new video from US power metallers Kamelot can now be seen below. The song comes off the group's latest album Poetry For The Poisoned, which was released in September last year.
Guitarist Thomas Youngblood states: "With this video, we gave Owe (director) free reign to create something unique and visually stunning. Him and his team did a fantastic job! Here you have Necropolis!"
Despite Kamelot themselves not announcing it, Roy Khan has issued a statement on his Myspace confirming the rumors of him leaving the band:
"Dear fans & friends,
There have been a lot of speculations around why I am not touring with Kamelot and I want to make a statement although it may not prevent further guessing as to what's actually going on. It is a fact however that I told the guys in the band already last fall (well after my burnout) that I was leaving the band. Naturally enough they were shocked (as was the label and everyone else working with Kamelot). In addition to risk of dropping ticket sales they wanted to give me time to think things over, and so I did. My decision still stands; It is finished.
Kamelot has confirmed their long-awaited North American Tour in support on the band's newest release, Poetry for the Poisoned. Support will come from Alestorm, Blackguard and The Agonist.
Due to continuing medical and personal issues, Roy Khan will not be able to finish the remaining touring in support of Poetry for the Poisoned.
Khan states: "I am here in Norway still recovering from what seems to have been a severe burnout syndrome. I am getting better but still under medical care. My priorities at the moment are my health & family. My future endeavors in Kamelot and music in general are being evaluated, however at this time my focus is on getting back on my feet and spending time with family and friends. Thank you for your prayers and well wishes!"