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This time you will experience Sonneillon, Symphonic – Black Metal from Poland. Over 30 minutes on a mystical journey through anger, pain and darkness into the place where the fallen ones await their return.
Norway’s HELHEIM is due to play two Russian dates later this year.This will be the first foray into the region for the Viking Metallers, who incorporate their love for their Norse heritage not only into their music, but also into their live performances, with the use of VJ effects to create a spectacular backdrop, illustrating each individual song with historic and symbolic images.
Painkiller Records (a sub label of Apollon Entertainment UN Limited) has inked a deal with US metallers DRAKONUS for the release of the band’s new, self-titled, album, which is expected to hit the streets later this year.
Now available is the Notebook for Echo Us' second album, The Tide Decides. The notebook comes as an online e-book and also includes full lyrics from the album. " The Tide Decides brings forth a life, living as if it moved in tandem and perfectly parallel with the entirety of human existence.
One of the most idiosyncratic and original groups of the past two decades, BCO is not your standard Orchestra. Situated in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, the band has released an enormous catalog of recorded material over the past two decades. Formed in the late 1970's the ensemble continues to maintain a free-flowing roster of artists from around the world that collaborate on specific projects. Categorizing the Orchestra into any given genre can be a task, as releases continue to surprise even the most devout listener. There is never any way to precisely classify the next BCO release.
VENETO is our most recent release, it is an album that was conceived some time back. It’s all spoken in Venetian and the card-notes have been written in Venetian language. We wanted to dedicate this final Venetian art-work to Luigi Russolo, the experimental noise-composer, the author of the 1913 Futurist manifesto “L’arte dei Rumori” (“The Art of Noises”), one of the first theorist of electronic music.
Time has come for a fresh collaborative album, released by No Angels Prod. and Beast Of Prey. We would like to present a unique opus, which appears as a co-operation of Inner Vision Laboratory and Roto Visage projects, symbolically entitled "Cinema Stain".