Sep 202017
 

The organization of Elements of Rock festival checked in with the following

With joy we can announce the first band for the element of rock festival from 13 April 2018! We were thinking a little bit of worship from Pantokrator can’t hurt…

The 15th edition of the annual Elements of Rock is going to be held 13-15 April 2018. As usual in Stadthofsaal, Uster, Switzerland. More bands will be announced in the coming months. We keep you posted.

Pantokrator and Demon Hunter recently announced a Brazilian 2018 tour, which kicks off on Jan. 24th. in Itaim Bibi. Continue reading »

Sep 132016
 

Killswitch Engage (2015)Killswitch Engage filmed a new music video for the song ‘Cut Me Loose’ on Thursday, September 8 in Utah’s world-famous Bonneville Salt Flats. Helming the clip is director Travis Shinn, who has previously worked with Motionless In White and Vimic, among others.

Behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot can be seen below.

‘Cut Me Loose’ is taken from Killswitch Engage‘s latest album, “Incarnate”, debuted at No. 6 on The Billboard 200, having shifted 35,000 equivalent album units in the week ending March 17. Continue reading »

Apr 192016
 

Killswitch Engage (2015)Killswitch Engage are streaming their previously unreleased track ‘Define Love’ below. The song is a b-side from the sessions for their latest album, “Incarnate“. It has been released last Saturday, April 16th, on a ‘Record Store Day‘ 7″. The song is available for streaming in the video below. Frontman Jesse Leach says:

“‘Define Love‘ was written as my critique on our attempts as humans to limit love or restrict love. Whether it be political or religious agendas, love seems to be used as a way to manipulate people to think or act a certain way. Love is deeper than simple emotion or desire. It is an unexplainable spirit that defies our attempts to harness and understand it. True love, in my mind, is far greater than our feeble comprehension of it. We need not try to set any limitations on what defines love.” Continue reading »

Mar 112016
 

Killswitch Engage (2015)‘Quiet Distress’ a brand new song from Massachusetts-based metallers Killswitch Engage, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band’s seventh album, “Incarnate”, which is released today (March 11) via Roadrunner.

Killswitch Engage will embark on a North American headline tour shortly after the new album’s release. They will be joined by Memphis May Fire and 36 Crazyfists for the trek, with an opening act to be named shortly. The tour runs from March 16 in San Antonio, Texas to April 24 near Charleston, South Carolina. Dates and locations are listed below.

Asked in what way the making of “Incarnate” changed him, Killswitch Engage singer Jesse Leach told RockSverige.se: “I think it initially started out that I had an idea of what I wanted to do and where I wanted to go lyrically. I had a moment where I questioned stuff. I questioned myself as a writer, I questioned if what I was doing was the best it could be, and the answer was no, so I kind of spiraled myself into depression, almost purposely. Continue reading »

Mar 102016
 

Killswitch Engage (2015)‘Embrace The Journey… Upraised’, a brand new song from Massachusetts-based metallers Killswitch Engage, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band’s seventh album, “Incarnate”, which will be released on March 11 via Roadrunner.

Asked in what way the making of “Incarnate” changed him, Killswitch Engage singer Jesse Leach told RockSverige.se: “I think it initially started out that I had an idea of what I wanted to do and where I wanted to go lyrically. I had a moment where I questioned stuff. I questioned myself as a writer, I questioned if what I was doing was the best it could be, and the answer was no, so I kind of spiraled myself into depression, almost purposely. I purposely put myself into a dark place and started thinking about the bigger questions of life, and from there I started to write stuff I never thought I’d write before and came to self-realizations about how I was raised and what I believe and don’t believe. I’m in a good place now, but I question a lot of what I was raised with and I question a lot of my beliefs. All this stuff that surround how I was brought up, I realized some of that stuff I was just believing because I was taught it and I didn’t really accept it as true. Continue reading »