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Decade In Review

Looking back at the decade gone by, it's best to remind ourselves of the musical landscape we were dealing with as the fireworks went off ten years ago. It was the last surviving breaths of emo in its modern, Kerrang!-infused form, which had seen the genre painted as one wearing skinny jeans and eyeliner while sporting a multi-colored, funky haircut in the process throughout the decade. Bands like Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco, not to even mention My Chemical Romance had either written themselves into irrelevancy or were in sev...

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Blastbeast unveils new artist for The New Shit Showcase

Posted by AP on 2/04/20

Danish metal blog Blastbeast.dk has revealed the second artist for this year’s edition of The New Shit Showcase: the Copenhagen-based symphonic black metal newcomers Lamentari. The band released their début EP “Missa Pro Defunctis” last month, and you can listen to the track “Lacrimosa” from it below.


Lamentari will be joined by five other artists for a live showcase at Pumpehuset in Copenhagen on January 09th, tickets for which can be purchased here for 100 DKK (+ fees). For more information, see the official Facebook event.


Monkey3 announces new date for Danish concert

Posted by AP on 2/04/20

Like so many other artists, the Lausanne, Switzerland-based stoner rock group Monkey3 have postponed their European touring plans to later this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


That includes the concert that was supposed to take place at Copenhagen venue Stengade tomorrow, April 03rd; it has been moved to September 24th, and all tickets already purchased remain valid. If you don’t have a ticket, however, you can buy one here for 155 DKK. More details are available in the official Facebook event.


The complete set of dates for the tour is still be be revealed, but they will be listed in our dates section in due time.


Monkey3 released a new album titled “Sphere” through Napalm Records in 2019 — watch the official music video for the song “Spirals” from it below.


Cattle Decapitation unveils music video for "Bring Back the Plague"

Posted by AP on 2/04/20

Cattle Decapitation have premiered the appropriately themed music video for “Bring Back the Plague” online below. It is featured on the San Diego, CA-based grindcore and progressive death metal fusionists’ latest album “Death Atlas”, which came out in 2019 and was reviewed by us here.


All Time Low posts lyric video for new song "Wake Up, Sunshine"

Posted by AP on 2/04/20

Towson, MD’s pop-punk darlings All Time Low have posted a lyric video for the title track to their impending new album “Wake Up, Sunshine” online below. The record will arrive in stores tomorrow, April 03rd via Fueled by Ramen, and you can find the full details of it in our earlier news item.


The band will provide support for 5 Seconds Of Summer at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen on June 11th, and there are still tickets available here for 325 to 450 DKK (+ fees). For more information, see the official Facebook event.


Defacing God premieres new video single: "Succumb the Euphoria"

Posted by AP on 2/04/20

Aalborg, Denmark-based melodic death metal outfit Defacing God have unleashed a new video single dubbed “Succumb the Euphoria”, which you can check out below. It is taken from the band’s upcoming EP “The Resurrection of Lilith”, the details of which are, however, yet to be revealed.


Alkymist debuts new song: "The Dead"

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Copenhagen, Denmark’s progressive doom / sludge metal group Alkymist have debuted a new single called “The Dead” off their upcoming album “Sanctuary”, which is set to be released by Indisciplinarian on May 01st and is available for pre-order in all formats here. You can listen to the track itself below, courtesy of Decibel Magazine.


There is a release show planned the day before on April 30th at the band’s hometown venue Alice, tickets for which can be purchased here for 60 DKK (+ fees). More details about the concert can be found in the official Facebook event.


Joe Satriani moves European touring plans to 2021

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Westbury, NY-born guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani has moved his upcoming European touring plans to 2021, including the three concerts that were supposed to take place in Denmark this month. You can view the new itinerary as it currently stands below, as well as find information about the Danish shows by clicking on the individual dates.


April 09th - Volkshaus, Zürich, CHE

April 10th - Salierhalle, Winterbach, GER

April 12th - Train, Århus, DEN

April 13th - Posten, Odense, DEN

April 14th - Amager Bio, Copenhagen, DEN

April 15th - Fryshuset, Stockholm, SWE

April 16th - Rockefeller, Oslo, NOR

April 18th - Rheingoldhalle, Mainz, GER

April 19th - Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin, GER

April 20th - Löwensaal, Nürnberg, GER

April 21st - Tollhaus, Karlsruhe, GER

April 23rd - Roma, Antwerpen, BEL

April 24th - Muziekcentrum, Enschede, NLD

April 25th - Melkweg Max, Amsterdam, NLD

April 26th - Rabozaal, Heerlen, NLD

April 27th - Turbinenhalle, Oberhausen, GER

April 30th - Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK

May 01st - De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, UK

May 02nd - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK

May 04th - Palladium, London, UK

May 05th - Sage, Gateshead, UK

May 06th - Academy, Glasgow, UK


Joe Satriani released his latest album “What Happens Next” in 2018, and you can listen to the title track right here:


New dates announced for Danko Jones' upcoming European tour

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Toronto, ON-based hard rock singer-songwriter Danko Jones’ upcoming European tour has been postponed to 2021 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the rescheduled dates listed below. The trek was originally supposed to feature two Danish stops respectively at VoxHall in Århus on May 06th and Pumpehuset in Copenhagen on May 07th. The first of these has been cancelled, while the second has been moved to February 11th next year.


All bought tickets for the second concert remain valid, and there are more available here for 235 DKK (+ fees). More information can be found in the official Facebook event.


January 28th - Katalin, Uppsala, SWE

January 29th - Deströyer, Sundsvall, SWE

January 30th - Debaser, Stockholm, SWE

February 04th - Crypt, Linköping, SWE

February 05th - Pustervik, Göteborg, SWE

February 06th - Kulturbolaget, Malmö, SWE

February 11th - Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, DEN

February 12th - Folkets Park, Huskvarna, SWE

February 13th - Tivoli, Helsingborg, SWE

February 17th - Rockefeller, Oslo, NOR

February 18th - Frimis Salonger, Örebro, SWE

February 19th - Nöjesfabriken, Karlstad, SWE

February 20th - Lokomotivet, Eskilstuna, SWE


Danko Jones released a new album titled “A Rock Supreme” in 2019 — check out a lyric video for the track “Lipstick City” from it below.


South Haven reschedules upcoming "Motion" release show

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Copenhagen, Denmark-based alternative metallers South Haven have moved the release show for their début album “Motion” to July 11th due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It will still take place at High Voltage in the band’s hometown, Kaiju will provide support, and entrance remains free of charge, with more information available in the official Facebook event.


“Motion” is set to arrive via Prime Collective on April 17th, and you can find the full details of it in our earlier news article. A stream of the latest single “Crush” is available below.


Jacob Bannon & more unite in new supergroup Umbra Vitae

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Converge frontman Jacob Bannon has teamed up with Twitching Tongues guitarist Sean Martin, The Red Chord guitarist Mike McKenzie & bassist Greek Weeks, and Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats drummer Jon Rice in a new death metal project called Umbra Vitae. The group will release its début album “Shadow of Life” through Deathwish Inc. on May 01st, featuring the following songs:


01. “Decadence Dissolves”

02. “Ethereal Emptiness”

03. “Atheist Aesthetic”

04. “Mantra of Madness”

05. “Fear Is a Fossil”

06. “Polluted Paradise”

07. “Intimate Inferno”

08. “Return to Zero”

09. “Blood Blossom”

10. “Shadow of Life”


You can view the artwork and pre-order the record in all formats here, while a stream of the first single “Return to Zero” is available below, courtesy of Revolver.


An Autumn For Crippled Children to release new album in May

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Friesland, Netherlands-born blackgaze outfit An Autumn For Crippled Children will release their eighth studio album “All Fell Silent, Everything Went Quiet” through Prosthetic Records on May 01st. It comprises the following tracks:


01. “I Became You”

02. “Water’s Edge”

03. “Everlasting”

04. “Paths”

05. “Silver”

06. “None More Pale”

07. “All Fell Silent, Everything Went Quiet”

08. “The Failing Senses”

09. “Craving Silence”

10. “Distance”


You can take a look at the artwork and pre-order the record in a format of your choosing here, while a music video for the lead single “I Became You” is available for viewing below.


Cold premieres "Quiet Now" music video

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Cold have premiered the official music video for “Quiet Now” online below. It is taken from the Jacksonville, FL-based post-grunge unit’s latest album “The Things We Can’t Stop”, which was released by Napalm Records in 2019.


The Handsome Family's European tour rescheduled to 2021

Posted by AP on 1/04/20

Albuquerque, NM-based ‘gothic Americana’ duo The Handsome Family’s spring European tour with Daniel Knox has been rescheduled to 2021, which of course includes the concert that was supposed to take place at Hotel Cecil in Copenhagen on April 25th.


That show will now take place at Bremen Teater on February 18th next year instead. All tickets already purchased remain valid, and there are more available here for 195 DKK (+ fees). For more information, check the official Facebook event.


A second Danish concert has also been announced: it will take place at Studenterhuset in Aalborg on February 19th and tickets are on sale now, costing 130 DKK in the pre-sale over at Tikkio.com. More information can likewise be found in the official Facebook event.


Here’s how all the new dates pan out:


February 16th - Bryggarsalen, Stockholm, SWE

February 17th - Musikens Hus, Göteborg, SWE

February 18th - Bremen Teater, Copenhagen, DEN

February 19th - Studenterhuset, Aalborg, DEN

February 20th - Folk å Rock, Malmö, SWE

February 22nd - Knust, Hamburg, GER

February 23rd - Oosterpoort, Groningen, NLD

February 24th - Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam, NLD

February 25th - Effenaar, Eindhoven, NLD

February 27th - St. Luke’s Church, Brighton, UK

February 28th - Phoenix, Exeter, UK

March 02nd - Globe, Cardiff, UK

March 04th - Liberty Hall, Dublin, IRL

March 05th - Empire Music Hall, Belfast, UK

March 06th - Community Central Halls, Glasgow, UK

March 07th - Sage, Gateshead, UK

March 09th - Wardrobe, Leeds, UK

March 10th - Dancehouse, Manchester, UK

March 11th - Hare & Hounds, Birmingham, UK

March 12th - Arts Centre, Norwich, UK

March 13th - Redgrave Theatre, Bristol, UK

March 16th - EartH, London, UK


The Handsome Family have not released a new album since 2016’s “Unseen”. You can refresh your memory of that record by listening to the track “Back in My Day” from it below.


The Minds Of 99 streaming new track: "Big City, Bright Lights"

Posted by AP on 31/03/20

The Minds Of 99 have made a new track called “Big City, Bright Lights” available for streaming online below. It is the third new single to arrive from the Copenhagen, Denmark-based post-punks since their 2018 album “Solkongen”, which we reviewed here, and as such it is expected to feature on the eventual follow-up to that record.


The band will play at the Telia Parken stadium in their hometown on September 12th, with tickets still available here for 295 to 735 DKK (+ fees). More information can be found in the official Facebook event.


Cro-Mags announce new album: "In the Beginning"

Posted by AP on 31/03/20

New York City, NY’s hardcore punk veterans Cro-Mags have set June 19th as the official release date for their first full-length album in 20 years: “In the Beginning”. Other than the effort being issued by Arising Empire and Mission Two Entertainment, the full details are still pending — but you can unlock the first single “The Final Test” here if you agree to terms and conditions.

Pyrrhon to release "Abscess Time" in June

Posted by AP on 31/03/20

Brooklyn, NY-based technical death metal unit Pyrrhon will release a new album titled “Abscess Time” through Willowtip Records on June 26th. It comprises the following songs:


01. “Abscess Time”

02. “Down at Liberty Ashes”

03. “Teuchnikskreis”

04. “The Lean Years”

05. “Another Day in Paradise”

06. “The Cost of Living”

07. “Overwinding”

08. “Human Capital”

09. “Cornered Animal”

10. “Solastagia”

11. “The State of Nature”

12. “Rat King Lifecycle”


You can check out the artwork and pre-order the record in a format of your choosing here, while a stream of the lead single “Another Day in Paradise” is available below.


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