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Aalborg Metal Festival 2018

Aalborg Metal Festival 2018

Once again, it is the time of the year when the Danish metalheads venture far north in search their fix of hard and heavy music in the confined space of the student house of Aalborg, and as per usual, the line-up is packed with interesting artists — hopefully ones both familiar and new to the crowd. Personally, there’s both artists I’ve never heard of, artists I’ve seen before but looking forward to seeing again, and of course artists I have wanted to see for a while, but haven’t been able to cross off my list just yet. Yes,...

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Architects premiere "Death Is Not Defeat" music video

Posted by AP on 13/11/18

Architects have posted a music video for “Death Is Not Defeat” — one of the songs off their newly released album, “Holy Hell” — online below.


The band will play their biggest headlining concert in Denmark yet at Copenhagen venue Store VEGA on January 08th, as part of a larger European tour for which they’ve picked Beartooth and Polaris as supports.


Tickets for the show cost 275 DKK and are available for purchase over at Ticketmaster.dk, while more information can be found in the official Facebook event.


For the full itinerary for the tour, see our tour dates section.


Angel Du$t streaming two new singles

Posted by AP on 13/11/18

Baltimore, MD-born hardcore punk troop Angel Du$t have shared two new singles, respectively titled “Big Ass Love” and “Take Away the Pain”, which you can stream below. The tracks mark the band’s signing with Roadrunner Records for the release of their next album, the details of which are yet to be unveiled.



Hatesphere premieres "Ruled by Domination" music video

Posted by AP on 13/11/18

Hatesphere recently premiered the official music video for “Ruled by Domination” — one of the tracks off their latest album, “Reduced to Flesh”, which was released last month. You can watch the clip at the bottom of this article.


In case you missed it, the Danish death/thrash metal icons will be touring their home country in support of the album next year, with Livløs and Xenoblight in tow — click on the individual dates below to find more information about each show:


February 28th - Hotel Cecil, Copenhagen, DEN

March 01st - Kulturværftet, Helsingør, DEN

March 02nd - Platform 4, Aalborg, DEN

March 08th - Radar, Århus, DEN

March 09th - Harders, Svendborg, DEN

March 15th - Kansas City, Odense, DEN

March 16th - Konfus, Esbjerg, DEN

March 22nd - Sønderborghus, Sønderborg, DEN

March 23rd - Bygningen, Vejle, DEN *

March 29th - Godset, Kolding, DEN

March 30th - Kedelhuset, Silkeborg, DEN

* = without Xenoblight


Celestial Son to support Soup in Copenhagen

Posted by AP on 12/11/18

Danish alternative metal group Celestial Son has been confirmed as the support act for Soup’s concert at Copenhagen venue BETA on November 26th.


Tickets are still available, costing 160 DKK over at Ticketmaster.dk, while more information can be found in the official Facebook event.


You can familiarise yourself with Celestial Son’s music by watching the official music video for their song “All I Ever Wanted” below:


The Dogs announce Danish concert in March

Posted by AP on 12/11/18

Norwegian garage-rockers The Dogs will bring their high-energy show to Denmark again next year, headlining at BETA in Copenhagen on March 07th.


Tickets are going on sale at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, November 13th via Ticketmaster.dk, costing 125 DKK (+ fees). For more information, see the official Facebook event.


True to tradition, The Dogs will release a new album titled “Before Brutality” on the first Monday of the new year (January 07th) — stream the first single, “Let’s Start a Riot”, from it right here:


Memphis May Fire premieres "The Old Me" music video

Posted by AP on 12/11/18

Dallas, TX-based metalcore outfit Memphis May Fire have premiered the official music video for their song “The Old Me” online below. It appears on their impending new album, “Broken”, which arrives in stores this Friday, November 16th through Rise Records and was detailed in our earlier news item.


Royal Metal Fest adds two new artists to 2019 line-up

Posted by AP on 12/11/18

Following the recent first band reveal, Royal Metal Fest, which takes place at Atlas & VoxHall in Århus on April 05th and April 06th next year, has added another two artists to its 2019 line-up. These are:


Tribulation (se)

Xenoblight (dk)


Tickets for the festival are on sale now via the venues’ website, while more information can be found in the official Facebook event.


Tribulation released a new album titled “Down Below” earlier this year — you can read or re-read our review of it here, and then watch the official music video for the track “The Lament” from it below:


Hawthorne Heights post music video for "Crimson Sand"

Posted by AP on 12/11/18

Hawthorne Heights have a new music video out for their track “Crimson Sand”, which you can watch below. It features on the Dayton, OH-born emo/post-hardcore group’s latest album, “Bad Frequencies”, which came out earlier this year.


Watch Lo!'s new music video for "Bombardier"

Posted by AP on 12/11/18

Sydney, Australia-resident post-metal crew Lo! has issued a music video for “Bombardier” — one of the tracks that comprise their latest album, “Vestigial”, which came out via Pelagic Records last year. You can watch the clip below, courtesy of ghostcultmag.com.


Dance Gavin Dance unveils "Son of Robot" music video

Posted by AP on 12/11/18

Dance Gavin Dance have unveiled the music video for their song “Son of Robot” online below. It is taken from the Sacramento, CA-based mathcore/post-hardcore icons’ most recent album, “Artificial Selection”, which we reviewed here.


Kælan Mikla announces European tour in early 2019

Posted by AP on 11/11/18

Icelandic post-punk trio Kælan Mikla has mapped out a European tour in support of their newly released album, “Nótt eftir nótt”, and the trek includes a concert at Hotel Cecil in Copenhagen on February 03rd.


Tickets are going on sale tomorrow, November 12th via Ticketmaster.dk, costing 140 DKK (+ fees). For more information, check the official Facebook event.


Here’s how the full itinerary for the tour, which features support by Some Ember, pans out:


January 31st - Plan B, Malmö, SWE

February 01st - Musikens Hus, Göteborg, SWE

February 02nd - Kraken, Stockholm, SWE

February 03rd - Hotel Cecil, Copenhagen, DEN

February 04th - Rote Flora, Hamburg, GER

February 05th - Blue Shell, Köln, GER

February 07th - Kapu, Linz, AUT

February 08th - Kroen, Verona, ITA

February 09th - Cox18, Milano, ITA

February 10th - Sonic, Lyon, FRA

February 11th - Meteoro, Barcelona, SPA

February 12th - Wurlitzer Ballroom, Madrid, SPA

February 13th - Kutxa Beltza, Bilbao, SPA

February 14th - IBOAT, Bordeaux, FRA

February 15th - Espace B, Paris, FRA

February 16th - Botanique, Bruxelles, BEL

February 17th - Crofters, Bristol, UK

February 19th - Electrowerkz, London, UK

February 20th - Malterie, Lille, FRA

February 21st - Douche Froide, Metz, FRA

February 22nd - KuZeB, Bremgarten, SWI

February 23rd - Schatten über Mannheim, Mannheim, GER

February 24th - Milla, München, GER

February 25th - Kulturák, Bratislava, SVK

February 26th - Robot, Budapest, HUN

February 27th - Kramladen, Wien, AUT

March 01st - RE, Kraków, POL


Be sure to check out the track “Hvernig kemst ég upp?” off the aforementioned “Nótt eftir nótt” right here:


The Story So Far premieres "Take Me as You Please" music video

Posted by AP on 11/11/18

Walnut Creek, CA-resident pop-punk group The Story So Far recently premiered the music video for “Take Me as You Please” — one of the songs that comprise their latest album, “Proper Dose”, which came out earlier this Fall. Watch the clip right here:


Stream new Can't Swim song: "Congratulations, Christopher Hodge"

Posted by AP on 11/11/18

Keansburg, NJ-born pop-punks Can’t Swim are currently streaming a new song called “Congratulations, Christopher Hodge” online below. It is taken from their forthcoming album, “This Too Won’t Pass”, which is nearing its official release through Pure Noise Records this coming Friday, November 16th. You can find more details about the record in our earlier news item.


Unearth streaming new track: "One with the Sun"

Posted by AP on 11/11/18

Boston, MA-based metalcore stalwarts Unearth have made their single “One with the Sun” available for streaming online below. It features on their upcoming album, “Extinction(s)”, which is set for release through Century Media on November 23rd and was detailed in our earlier news item.


In related news, the band recently announced a co-headlining tour of Europe with Darkest Hour, support for which will be provided by Misery Signals, Malevolence and Left Behind. While the trek does not currently feature a Danish concert, one might instead be interested in the concerts taking place at Markthalle in Hamburg on March 26th and SO36 in Berlin on March 27th.


You can find more information about those gigs in their respective Facebook events here and here, while the full itinerary for the tour is available in our tour dates section.


Nailed To Obscurity posts new video single: "Black Frost"

Posted by AP on 11/11/18

German melodic death metallers Nailed To Obscurity have posted the official music video for their song “Black Frost” online below. It serves as the title track to their upcoming album, which is slated for release through Nuclear Blast Records on January 11th.


Danish fans can look forward to watching the band live at Amager Bio in Copenhagen on January 14th, as one of the support acts on Amorphis and Soilwork’s co-headlining European tour next year. Jinjer is also set to feature on that trek.


Tickets for the show are still available here for 220 DKK, while more information can be found in the official Facebook event.


You can find the full itinerary for the tour in our earlier news item.


Artillery premieres music video for "Pain"

Posted by AP on 11/11/18

This past Friday, Artillery premiered the music video for “Pain” to coincide with the release date of their latest album, “The Face of Fear”, through Metal Blade Records. You can watch the clip below.


The Danish thrashers presently have three domestic concerts on the horizon - you can find more information about each show by clicking the links below:


November 24th - Posten, Odense, DEN

December 07th - Fermaten, Herning, DEN

March 02nd - Hammer Smashed Face Fest, Frederikshavn, DEN


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