01:36 - Apothecary Wardruna are some really badass dark neofolk from Norway, gonna be curating along with Enslaved next year. They bring out war drums, gongs, and other traditional stuff onstage. Pretty rad [link]
01:29 - Karlabos The only folk metal i want to see live is Jaldaboath :
01:21 - Apothecary Yeah, I'm not too big on folk metal live. Totally stoked for Wardruna at Roadburn next year, but then even they aren't really folk "metal"
00:43 - Redn1ght Reminds me of last year, Turisas and Ensiferum in the same month last year. Haha.. Too bad they suck at the moment.
00:40 - Apothecary Melvins and Primus shows both a week apart from each other in my town, yeeeeeeee boiiii
00:22 - Redn1ght There should be a series of those with different categories each year. Jari takes the: Bitch and moan! O woe is me! award.
Katatonia, the Swedish masters of melancholy, are set to return with their follow-up to 2006's groundbreaking album, "The Great Cold Distance". It can now be revealed that the latest opus is to be titled "Night Is the New Day", with the band currently well along the road to completion of their eighth studio album.
"Night Is the New Day" will be released on October 19th (US - October 27th) on Peaceville Records.
Keep a look-out for the upcoming launch of http://www.nightisthenewday.com for exclusives & announcements on the final cover artwork, final tracklisting and the release of the new single.
Poisonblack, the Finnish band featuring former Sentenced frontman Ville Laihiala, has posted a new song, "Left Behind", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's third album. "A Dead Heavy Day", which was recorded at Soundmix Studio in Poisonblack's hometown of Oulu with Kari Vähäkuopus. The CD was mixed by Aksu Hanttu at Grooveland Studio in Lahti.
Commented Poisonblack drummer Tarmo Kanerva: "'Left Behind' is the very first track we wrote and rehearsed for "A Dead Heavy Day". We already included it in our live set for a while and found out that it's a very cool song that is fun to play live. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!"
The Great Cold Doom Band's Turkish Fan Site www.katatonia-tr.com is now online.
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