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.
Scandinavian melodic metal act Black Succubi from Denmark have released their debut album and it is now available from iTunes.com and common Danish pay sites. The album has noticeable guest appearances by Hank Shermann (Mercyful Fate, Force Of Evil), Kirk Backarach (Iron Fire) and California based female rocker Rachelle Ramm and the band have already received positive and supporting reviews online and in magazines.
"After an unsteady beginning with several line-up changes, we have finally found our sound and musical style. The music on the album connects our past with today and
songs like Troubled Times and Dark Side shows us the way forward", says Swedish drummer Jens B. who is also known from legendary Fate (MTM Music/Replica Records)
On Thursday, April 10th, flak'n'rollers Loits presented their latest video, "Haavad uulitsal" at the Kinomaja in Tallinn. The audience also witnessed a short "Making Of" flick and another video for the song "Emaraud", recorded during the band's live performance at the Hard Rock Laager '07 festival.
The video can be found on the new Loits DVD, due this summer, which will also feature all the previous Loits videos. In addition, a longer version of the "Making Of" documentary will also be present on the DVD.