Apr 212021
 

Nordic Mission are proud to announce the Living Sacrifice release party THIS Friday – expect interesting questions and answers, trips back to memory lane, a showcase of the re-release and of course a lot of banter in the live stream chat. It’s FREE to watch – You are welcome to join the releaseparty! Bring your coffee, cake and good mood for Friday at 22.00 (Paris/Oslo time) / 21.00 (London), or mid-day/late afternoon in the US.

You can still save money by pre-ordering CD/LP/T-shirt bundles.That is if you order before Friday. That’s 2 days, people!

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Apr 192021
 

The American thrash-metallers, Living Sacrifice need no introduction. The band has been on and off the scene and saw multiple line-up changes throughout its 32 years since formation. Having a solid 8 studio albums to their name, the band was set to release their documentary “30 years of Sacrifice” last year which saw interruptions due to the Covid Pandemic. As I understand, the current album is a re-release of its Self-titled debut album to celebrate the bands 30th Anniversary, which is due to release on the 23rd of April 2021.

Living Sacrifice has been known over the years to be quite experimental of their styles, be it the thrash metal days right at its formation, or to the death metal or the Metalcore sound the band adopted later on. The band’s self-titled debut album often was compared to Slayer, but the band’s third album “Inhabit” received critical acclaim and has been known as the bands heaviest. A number of bands, such as the likes of As I lay dying, Demon Hunter, Saving grace have listed being influenced by Living Sacrifice.

Now that I have my hands on their first album (again), I’d be lucky to relive through their sound and take a course down the memory lane. Often a band’s debut album gives immense insight to what the future holds for the band and helps define their fanbase at the same time. Well, without further ado, let me spin out the first track, “Violence” which starts off with blitzing riff blazing its way through glory. The song captures the true essence of thrash metal genre, with its incessant guitar riffs married to blast beats and the staccato-ish vocals that march on and just gets you to the zone.

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Feb 202021
 

The American powerhouse Living Sacrifice celebrate the 30th anniversary of their self titled debut album from 1991 with this definitive release via Nordic Mission.

YEAH, we are so happy to be a part of this mighty THRASH celebration. For the first time on VINYL (black vinyl with red splatter), and also a limited edition t-shirt and a special 30th Anniversary CD release. Releasedate is April 23rd, but will be available for pre-orders at the Nordic Mission store MARCH 1st!

If you are not familiar with the band, we will pep you with more info later on. Now we are just happy to have some news on the release.

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Jan 292021
 

Pantokrator long-awaited new album “Out of Babylon” is released yesterday (Jan. 29). In case you have missedthe live stream of the release party yesterday, no problem. Watch it in the video below.

This Album was recorded by Pantokrator over several years in several locations in southern Sweden from east to west. Thematically it is the intersection of all former Pantokrator Albums, it’s lyrics were written and rewritten from 2001-2019.

Also featuring C.J Grimmark – solo on Wedlock, Jani Stefanovic – solo on Crossroads, Rebecka Gustafsson – vocals on Marching out of Babylon, We the People and Phoenix rising, Mund – vocals on Phoenix rising – All Choirs written and arranged by Rickard Gustafsson

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Nov 122020
 

WE WILL NOT YIELD!

We still lack bands for a full program, so we’re cutting the festival down to one day, Saturday only. Tune in at our YouTube channel on Saturday.

The live stream will be FREE and accessible globally for everyone and start at 6 PM CET on Saturday! There will also be a stream with Spanish translation available.

Due to COVID-19 blowing up like crazy in Oslo, we are saddened by the news that Cloth, Flukt and Dalit can’t play at NF this year. Luckily, Renascent was able to play, and we’re super excited!

In addition to the 4 bands, we’ll also talk about our past and future releases as well as answer questions. We have more stuff planned, but for that you will have to wait and see..

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