Tag: Black Metal
CARACH ANGREN is a Black Metal band from the Netherlands that was formed back in 2003. Their style is characterized by a prominent use of orchestral arrangements and Horror stories. On Friday October 28, CARACH ANGREN will fly their horror ship to the Middle East and haunt Dubai for the first time alongside local UAE bands Aramaic, Verdict, and Cathect. It’s going to be a Spooky Halloween night indeed! This event is hosted by Joscene.
Norwegian Metal Legend Ihsahn sets the 8th of April as the release date for his sixth solo album, Arktis, via Candlelight Records.
DEATHLAM is a 3-piece Armenian Black Metal band from Lebanon, with Sam Kasparian taking charge of the vocals and bass, Yeghig Aroyan on guitars, and Sako Kasparian on drums. The band usually targets religions and certain philosophical, sociological, and political ideologies.
From Lebanon straight to homeland Armenia! Lebanese Black Metallers of Armenian origins DEATHLAM flew all the way to Armenia to take part in Metal Attack 2016 on March 5th to perform their first abroad show alongside: Tacit Fury (Death metal – Russia), Dismorial (Death metal – Georgia), Signs (Black metal – Georgia), Araspel (Pagan/folk metal – Armenia), Vril Ya (Death/thrash metal – Georgia), Perfect Legacy (Ethnic/groove metal – Armenia), Աշխարհակալ (Black’n’roll – Armenia), Blood Covenant (Symphonic black metal – Armenia), Illuminated (Blackened doom metal – Georgia).
The next day, upon the request of the organizers, they took a long trip to Georgia as well to participate in Georgian Metal Fest 2016 .
“we took a 7 hour bus trip with our equipment to Tbilisi Georgia with no clue that they would let us in at the border cause we had no visas, it was a surely a risky trip, but luckily after half an hour of interrogation we got the visas so we headed directly to the night office venue for the soundcheck.” – Deathlam
The journey didn’t end there. As the band returned to Yerevan, they were also invited to perform alongside ARASPEL, an Armenian folk band, on March 8 at The Venue Pub.
“Of course playing in Yerevan was a huge honour being an all Armenian band, and drinking with fellow Armenian metalheads. Georgia was fucking brutal.” – Deathlam
- Let Kill Let Die
- Maggot Remains
- Reign of Terror
- The Last March
DEATHLAM have recently released their EP, “Demonicorpus”, from which they performed the single “Maggot Remains” during “Metal Attack” concert in Armenia. The track has been released as a demo through a video on the band’s official Facebook page. You can listen to the song in the video below:
Maggot Remains (Demo) First Deathlam song (demo) will be played in “Metal Attack” concert – Armenia
Posted by Deathlam on Monday, February 29, 2016
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The Human Mind Path is the second full-length release by the French black metal man “KLOCT”.
KLOCT is a one-man band formed by Sophian Farah who founded the band as a “way to erase my darkest feelings and to release everything that sleeps inside my soul.”
Seems like the album is coming together, seems like it’s getting closer.
Yes, it is probably over for good! Abbath has finally parted ways with Demonaz and Horgh after prolonged legal issues concerning the rights of the Immortal name. The legal battles have been going on since 2014, with the band not releasing any material since 2010.
Abbath provided Metal Hammer with the following statement concerning the split:
This is not the first time Immortal splits; the band witnessed a split back in 2003 due to “personal reasons”, and reunited again in 2006.
Meanwhile, Abbath will continue as a solo musician, performing his own material along with classical Immortal tracks.
Do you think Immortal will reunite after this break? Share your opinions with us.