Belgian thrash metal act, Deathura, signed record deal with the italian label Wormholedeath records.
The metallers will release a new album called ”Division” and it will be released on 26 October 2018 via Wormholedeath / Aural Music Group / The Orchard / Wormholedeath USA.
Band Statement : “Looking back on this experience some months after the recording, we can only confirm what we already knew. We rediscovered a world that we thought we already knew and we will never be able to thank enough the team that allowed us to live a young band’s dream. Travelling for our music, share what we have to say and live one month with friends in a small apartment has been an awesome experience. We know we still have a lot of work to do now, and we’re all impatients to see what the future holds for us. The team was really professional . We thank all of you again and we are 100% ready to promote this album. “
Dutch rock act, F.U.A, inked deal with Wormholedeath records, to release the new album, ”Socially Transmitted Disease”, out on 28 September 2018 via Wormholedeath / Aural Music Group / The Orchard worldwide and on 28 November 2018 via Disk Union Distribution in Japan.
The band stated: Hi we are F.U.A. As you probably know our debut album ”Socially Transmitted Disease” is about to be released via Wormholedeath. We have been working on it for almost three years. With ”Socially Transmitted Disease” we want to send a warning out into the world against the dangers of social media cause unfortunately a lot of people are addicted to their phones and computers. The digital drugs we use daily has taken our social lives in a stranglehold. We ourselves have fallen victim to the addicting digital world. So we decided to fight against it. The album containing 14 songs is a mixture between what we like to hear in music : raw powerful emotion and also a lot of fun! We hope that you all enjoy our music. We can’t wait to see you rock at one of our shows!
Nummirock is one the longest running festivals here in Finland and from what one of the festival goers told me, it has been going since the 1920’s. Of course, it was not always metal festival, it originally was a jazz and traditional music festival and in the late 70’s and 80’s it transitioned into the hard rock metal festival it is today.
So, this would be the first year I was going to get to personally attend the festival and at mid-summer. So, I was hoping for nice weather and great music…well…the music part came through.
Only in Finland will mid-summer be in the teens, windy and rainy…woo-hoo break out the Bermuda shorts and take off the t-shirts baby!!!!! Well despite all this the line up here for Nummirock was strong and getting to see Sodom and Saxon live for the first time was also a special treat for me. Also, I got a few pleasant surprises from some bands which I will detail in my summary of each band below. So, as I get over my pneumonia please enjoy the review! Continue reading Festival Review: NummiRock 2018: Mid-?Summer? Festival???→