Swiss heavy metallers from Invisible Mirror will hit the road with Russian thrash metal band Pokerface in a tour over Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, starting from 28th of March.
The band recently have released their seconf album entitled as ”On The Edge of Tomorrow”, out via WormHoleDeath records.
Check the dates below:
Thrash metal -bändien ylläpitämälle buumille ei näy loppua. Buumin nimi on soittaa kiertueilla alusta loppuun pyöreitä täyttäviä klassikkolevyjä. Toisaalta, mikäpä siinä – kerta toisensa jälkeen kun on poikkeuksetta hyvää settiä luvassa. Tällä kertaa Anthrax tarjosi alusta loppuun esitetyn Among The Living -täyspitkän 30 vuoden takaa. Osuiko ja upposi? Kyllä vain!
Russian Heavy/Gothic metal band The Suicider released their new album “Never Alive”. The album was recorded at “Day Records Studio” in Moscow by Evgeniy Vinogradov, who also did the Master/Mixing of the album.
The Suicider band was formed by Mikhail Tatarinov at the beginning of 2005 in the Korolyov city that is located in the Moscow region. In 2010 the band released their debut album “Death Surrounds” and in 2011 came out the EP “Four reasons to die”.
Report and Photos by: TJ Fowler
When the old meets new and ushers in a new era. This is what the Sabaton/ACCEPT show at its core is. ACCEPT is a well-established band in the metal genre with a dedicated fan base that are always eager to see them and Sabaton is a band on the rise, looking to make the next big step in their career. In this case, that step is becoming a headliner in European arenas. That is right, not headliners for a day of a festival but arenas, for their own tours. With ACCEPT coming along as Special Guests was a genius move for both bands. For ACCEPT, it opens them up to younger fans who came for Sabaton and for Sabaton it brings in an established fan base from ACCEPT to add to their already large and growing fan base as well and help fill the arena.
The question is…did it pay off for both bands. Hell yes it did. Continue Reading
BY: TJ FOWLER
AVAILABLE: Jan. 13, 2017
Label: Nuclear Blast
Not since Doctor Frankenstein robbed some graveyards, stitched together some body parts and harnessed the power of lightning and raised a dead corpse back to life has a band had such an equivalence of revival in popularity and creative resurgence as ACCEPT. Not Iron Maiden, not Judas Priest but the German Teutonic power house known as ACCEPT. They performed this miracle by going against the advice many labels and critics wanted them to do and bring back in Udo Dirkschneider, and got a completely new singer in Mark Tornillo. Continue Reading