Jun 232022

Official lyric video for ‘Rebirth’, taken from the new All Things Fallen album “Shadow Way” which is released earlier this month (June 3rd) via Blackoak Records.

The album is mixed and mastered by Dennis Koehne (Orden Ogan, Sodom). A perfect album for fans of atmospheric and progressive metal and bands like Evergrey, Soen, Pain of Salvation and Darkwater!

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Jan 232019

Swiss folk metallers Eluveitie will release their new album, “Ategnatos”, on April 5 via Nuclear Blast. The cover artwork for the disc was created by Travis Smith and can be seen below.

The band states: ‘Ategnatos’ probably became our most organic album by all accounts. It is the result of a thoroughly intuitive process, where we gave creativity full scope. And during this process quite some back-to-the-roots developments emerged in diverse aspects. Many a riff off ‘Ategnatos’ reminds on the guitar work on ‘Slania’. Following our gut feeling, we brought the mixing duties back to Jens Bogren‘s Fascination Street studios, where our Nuclear Blast debut was produced. And regarding the album artwork, it soon became very clear to us that we’d love to work with the fabulous Travis Smith again, who already created the front covers of our albums ‘Spirit’ (14 years ago!) and ‘Everything Remains As It Never Was’. And we’re honestly excited with the result! The front cover shows a spectacular scenery in central Switzerland, a so-called ‘vulva cave’, as it was sought to mark sacred rites of fertility and celebrations of life in ancient times! The artwork mystically and beautifully expresses the ‘Ategnatos’‘s very core and essence! Once again, it was a pleasure to work with Travis!”

Recordings for “Ategnatos” took at New Sound Studio with their engineer of choice Tommy Vetterli. Continue reading »

Oct 212018

Swiss folk metallers Eluveitie are working on the follow-up to their highly acclaimed 2017 album “Evocation II – Pantheon”. The band is recording the new disc at Tommy Vetterli‘s Newsound Studio in Switzerland.

A year ago, Eluveitie released the singleRebirth’, which gave fans a sample of what they can expect to hear on the forthcoming album. The official video forRebirth’ was produced by Wolfgang Wolman and Oliver Sommer (AVA Studios) and can be seen below.

A very special 10th-anniversary edition of Eluveitie‘s second studio album, “Slania”, will be released on November 16 via Nuclear Blast“Slania – 10 Years” contains a number of bonus tracks, including demos and acoustic versions. Continue reading »

Oct 272017

Swiss folk metallers Eluveitie have just released a brand-new single, ‘Rebirth’. The song is the first taste of the band’s upcoming album, which is due next year.

The official video for ‘Rebirth’, which was produced by Wolfgang Wolman and Oliver Sommer of AVA Studios, can be seen below.

Eluveitie‘s Christian “Chrigel” Glanzmann comments: “After a longer period of playing many acoustic sessions, peaking in creating our much-anticipated second acoustic album, “Evocation II – Pantheon”, we’re, of course, more than excited to finally go about our next metal juggernaut! We’ve been gathering ideas since quite a while and yes, we started working on our next metal album! Continue reading »

Aug 252015

underoath_2015_eb9Metalcore act Underøath will embark on the U.S. “Rebirth Tour” next spring. The band will perform the “They’re Only Chasing Safety” and “Define The Great Line” albums in their entirety at the shows, which kick off on March 16 in St. Petersburg, Florida and wrap on April 23 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Commented Underøath guitarist Tim McTague: “I think the thought of Underøath playing again seemed really exciting. We never thought we’d ever even want to play together again, much less be as excited to do so. It was a really cool feeling, and when discussing what this tour could be, it just felt right to play the two albums that our fans have held dearly for so many years. I think it’s going to be really special.”

Added Underøath vocalist Spencer Chamberlain: “I hated the idea of Underøath being ‘over,’ and I’m not sure what we are, but we are all friends again, and that’s really the most important thing. That being said, we felt like now is a great time to do a tour and celebrate ‘Define The Great Line’ turning ten.” Continue reading »