After a 4 years of hiatus and after releasing the debut album Skinless Agony Brood Of Hatred returns with the new catchy album Identity Disorder.
This is a gift of chaos and disorder, songs of life and death.
The heart and soul of my identity, given to those who believe.
|Muhammed Mêlki||Songwriting,concepts and direction|
So now it’s been twenty years since five young guys from the Danish country side decided that power metal should be the first step on their quest to glory. The name Iron Fire came up and carved in stone that these Danes meant to be real, and despite their young age, forge catchy power metal rooted in the classics of Helloween and Running Wild. As the journey continued, ups and downs turned and reformed the band into the trio of today. And now that trio is looking back, and in their wish to celebrate 20 years of power metal, a selection of demo songs have found it’s way to a double album. Along with three brand new songs Iron Fire provides old songs in the original pre-album versions as well as previously unreleased material.
This is the raw and pure, from the heart of Iron Fire.
|Martin Steene||Vocals and Bass|
Vanora is a synergy of five talented young musicians springing out of Oslo, Norway. With their debut full-length album Momentum hitting the shelves on September 1st 2017, Vanora will expose the world to its own inventive take on the metal music style. Blending razor sharp guitar riffing with big synthesizers, sung vocals, screamed vocals and more, this quintet might just be your thing- and if you anyway are a fan of modern metal (i.e. TesseracT, Meshuggah, The Contortionist etc.), you should definitely check them out!
|1||Mask||05:23||All music and lyrics by Vanora|
|3||Echo to the World||03:49|
|6||The Hand That Feeds||03:47|
* Only available as bonus on the CD.
|Steffen Johansen||Bass Guitar|
The record is based on a true story from their hometown Helleland which took place in the 1600's.
Recorded in Sonic Train Studios with producer Andy La Rocque at the helm, this is the most Horror filled album the band has ever made.
|CD||1||- 'Barbara the Witch'|
|1||Natas Fo Live||02:25||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|2||The Village||03:41||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|3||Barbara the Witch||04:46||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|4||Red Hooded Devils||07:00||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|5||Peter Crow||05:28||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|6||The Burning Pyre||08:11||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland, Eimund Grøsfjell, Arthur Brown|
|7||End of the Beginning||01:34||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|8||The Headless Horsemen||04:19||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|9||Officer Green||03:52||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|10||A Lady in White||04:20||Christer Slettebø|
|11||Return of the Witch||03:58||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|12||Into the Abyss||02:46||Christer Slettebø, Egil Mydland|
|CD||2||- 'Covers from Hell' *|
|1||Locked up in the Snow||03:08||King Diamond, Black Rose|
|2||Let it Die||04:46||Ozzy Osbourne, Kevin Churko, Adam Wakeman|
|3||Killed by Death||04:22||Phil Campbell, Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, Wurzel, Pete Gill|
|4||Iron Man||05:37||Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Ozzy Osbourne, Bill Ward|
|5||Speed King||04:17||Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Jon Lord, Ian Paice, Roger Glover|
|6||Gypsy||06:17||Mick Box, David Byron|
* CD 2 only available as bonus with the physical CD.
|Eimund Grøsfjell||Bass Guitar|
Headbang like it’s 1999…!?! Then Among the Dead should be your obvious choice. The last offering from Iron Fire is as old school as it’s going to get, here sixteen years into the millennium.
The nineties spawned a lot of power metal classics, and Among the Dead is made in the spirit of those. Albums like Black in Mind (Rage), The Dark Saga (Iced Earth) and Better Than Raw (Helloween) are all blueprints for the making of Among the Dead.
Recorded in Death Island studio with engineer Marco Angioni and Mixed in Poland's finest metal studio Hertz Studios, heaviness is guaranteed, along with melodic hooks, blistering guitars and pounding power metal bass drumming.
This is no bullshit metal from the heart, made by Denmark's finest power metal outlet.
|Martin Steene||Vocals and Bass|
Art of Deception was founded in 2012 and have since then released an EP, been playing shows around Norway and parts of eastern Europe and even won a music award. Their style is modern with an old school approach to writing heavy, melodic riffs. With this combination you get an undefined sound, and the band keep it interesting through progressive songwriting.
For fans of the ’90s Gothenburg metal scene emerges the album Shattered Delusions by the band Art of Deception. With their old school/modern blend and analog gear as support, this album will walk you through a spectre of badass, wonderful riffs and distorted sounds.
|Sindre Wathne Johnsen||Guitar/Vocals|
|Patrick Ivan Rørheim||Bass|
Bridgeville is a rockband from the city of Skien, Norway. The band was formed in the fall of 2013 by Martin Steene of the Danish Metal band Iron Fire, and the Norwegian Hard Rock band Absinth. All of the guys share the same passion for classic rockmusic, and bands like Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, and Def Leppard are influences that are worth mentioning. The vision of the band is to create good old fashioned Rock 'N Roll music stirred up with a modern flavor.
Their first single and video Absinthia was released in 2014 followed by some local liveshows, and in 2015 Bridgeville signed a record contract with Crime Records for the release of debut album Aftershock.
11 tracks of melodic Hard Rock mixed by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat) and Tommy Hansen (Helloween) set to be released on March 18th, 2016.
Bridgeville wanted their first album to be perfect and after 2 years of recording and planning they are now ready to show that this might be the next big Rock act out of Norway.
|Erik Norheim||Guitars and Backing Vocals|
|Tom Rikard Ostad||Vocals and Guitar|
|Åsgeir Størdal||Guitar and Backing Vocals|
|Magnus Tveiten||Guitar-god and Backing Vocals|
|Ole Sønstabø||Lead Guitar|
|Andreas Tjøsvoll||Guitar and Vocals|
Marius Danielsen's Legend of Valley Doom is an all-star Metal Opera project created by Marius Danielsen of the band Darkest Sins. With great help from brother Peter Danielsen they have created a unique fantasy concept which is brought to life through the many high profiled musicians involved.
Legend of Valley Doom has been 10 years in the making, and ended up on a bigger production scale then most would dream of.
Capturing the essence of Epic Metal with first class song writing, topped with musical execution on highest level. Marius Danielsen's Legend of Valley Doom is simply a must have for all Power Metal heads, and worshipers of Metal in general.
Fans of Avantasia and Rhapsody of Fire cannot go wrong here.
|Vocalists:||Marius Danielsen||Darkest Sins|
|Edu Falaschi||ex-Angra, Almah|
|Tim "Ripper" Owens||ex-Judas Priest, ex-Iced Earth, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen|
|Mark Boals||ex-Yngwie Malmsteen, Iron Mask, Royal Hunt|
|Elisa C. Martin||Hamka, ex-Dark Moor, ex-Fairyland|
|Alessio Garavello||ex-Power Quest, A New Tomorrow|
|Artur Almeida||Attick Demons|
|John Yelland||Disforia, Judicator|
|Simon Byron||ex-Crystal Empire, Sunset|
|Mikael Holst||Timeless Miracle|
|Guitarists:||Timo Tolkki||ex-Stratovarius, Avalon|
|Chris Caffery||Savatage, Trans-Siberian Orchestra|
|Ross the Boss||ex-Manowar, DeathDealer|
|Robb Weir||Tygers of Pan Tang|
|Tobi Kersting||Orden Ogan|
|Marco Wriedt||Axxis, 21Octayne|
|Alex TheKing Mele||Kaledon|
|Esa Ahonen||Cryonic Temple|
|Kristian Tjelle||ex-Nocturnal Illusion|
|Gard Austrheim||My Decending Ark, ex-Fatty Sunroad|
|Marius Danielsen||Darkest Sins|
|Sigurd Kårstad||Darkest Sins|
|Synth:||Peter Danielsen||Eunomia, Darkest Sins|
|Alessio Lucatti||Vision Divine, Etherna|
|Bassists:||Barend Courbois||Blind Guardian|
|Mike LePond||Symphony X|
|Anniken Rasmussen||Darkest Sins|
|Giorgio Novarino||ex-Crystal Empire, ex-Bejelit|
|Marius Danielsen||Darkest Sins|
|Drummers:||Alex Holzwarth||Rhapsody of Fire|
|Ludvig Pedersen||Darkest Sins|
|Choir:||Marius Danielsen||Darkest Sins|
|Peter Danielsen||Eunomia, Darkest Sins|
|Piet Sielck||Iron Savior|
|Simon Byron||ex-Crystal Empire, Sunset|
Norwegian blackened thrash metal band Vingulmork delivers their debut album Chiaroscuro with passion. Aggressive, old school thrash goes head to head with contemporary black metal and melodic hooks on a record that seeks to emphasize the contrasts between light and dark, musically, lyrically and visually.
For fans of Skeletonwitch, I, Old Man's Child and Dissection.
|Jostein Stensrud Køhn||Vocals|
With a raw, true and honest sound, Arkentype is a breath of fresh air in a rather stagnant scene of modernized metal. With great passion expressed through heavy and technical rhythmic patterns, blended with beautiful melodic and symphonic passages, Arkentype will leave you battered on the floor wondering what knocked your teeth out.
Genre wise their music is best described as Progressive Metal, but the band themselves does not see this as a limit, and goes way outside the genre. Mixing the “new” progressive metal sound with their personal influences and experiences is what makes Arkentype a truly unique band.
Based at the music conservatory by the University in Agder (Norway), Arkentype produced, recorded and made the album Disorientated by themselves. Then sending it to Daniel Bergstrand and George Nerantzis (Meshuggah, In Flames ++) at Dug Out Productions in Sweden for mixing and mastering.
|Simen Meland Handeland||Guitar|
This debut album from Killing Gandhi began to take shape in the spring of 2013. Cinematic Parallels is their version of the scandi metal sound, with inspiration from bands like In Flames, Arch Enemy, Dimmu Borgir, Soilwork among others on the Heavy Metal scene, and Medina, Robyn and Daft Punk on the more commercial scene. This gives Killing Gandhi’s sound a good mixture of short, effective and catchy songs.
The concept of Cinematic Parallels is a top 11 of Martin Arendal’s all time favourite movies. The 11 movie titles then got renamed based of Martin’s interpretation of the film, and that title based the headline of each song, and lyrics were written with that title in mind. Therefore the title Cinematic Parallels.
The album is mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Amaranthe, Pretty Maids, TÝR, Evergrey a.o).
|Thorbjørn "ThunderBear" Jensen||Vocals|
New album from Groundless (Norway) is a mixture between Avenged Sevenfold, Black Veil Brides and Linkin Park!?! Is that possible? Well, probably not!
But Groundless hits the notes of the latter bands without being copycats. Infact eventhough Groundless sounds perfectly familiar, their music is both original and welldefined at the same time. If you're into well produced songs with a great melodic touch Groundless is a band you can't miss out on. Catchy, melodic, groovy and original.
You might not be on safe ground - but this time you need none - only Groundless…
|Jan Erik Gustavsen||Lead Guitar|
|Fredrik Kirkhorn||Rythm Guitar, Backing Vocals|
|Per Erik Flatin||Drums|