- SEPULTURA – Derrick and Andreas discuss the new album themes
- VISIONS OF ATLANTIS – A Life Of Our Own
- Intronaut – “Cubensis”
- Nanowar Of Steel – Valhalleluja Teaser (feat. Angus McFife, Gloryhammer)
- PYOGENESIS – Will I Ever Feel The Same
- HELION PRIME – Mr. Torture [Helloween]
- Blister Brigade – Venomous Twister
- The Way of Purity – Album Release Date!
- Amigo The Devil – 2020 UK Tour
- Frontback – Sunny Days
- HAZZERD – Victim Of A Desperate Mind
- BURSTERS(버스터즈) – ‘Savage’
- Eilera – Sea Widow
- Porta Nigra – Das Rad des Ixion
- The Hot One Two – Pints Of Cheer
- KORPIKLAANI – Jägermeister
- GATECREEPER – Live In The K! Pit (Tiny Dive Bar Show)
- BROTHERS OF METAL – One
- DIABULUS IN MUSICA – Otoi
- SYLOSIS – ‘I Sever’
- YE BANISHED PRIVATEERS – Elephants’ Dance
- Divine Astronaut – Undone
- The Spirit – Pillars Of Doom
- The Collision – Unbelievable (feat. Jot Maxi of Hacktivist)
- Anchor Lane – Casino
- Nobody – In The Arms Of North
- The Goners – World of Decay
- ZARRAZA – Chaos’19
- SYMPHONITY – Marco Polo (part 2) – Crimson Silk
- Nightwish – “Decades: Live In Buenos Aires”
- Molly Hatchet – “Battleground”
- Cro-Mags – “From The Grave”
- Praying Mantis – “Keep It Alive”
- HELLOWEEN – Forever And One
- Behemoth – Wolves ov Siberia (Radio 1 Session)
- ENSLAVED – What Else Is There?
- RAM – “The Trap”
- ANVIL – Nabbed In Nebraska
- SERIOUS BLACK – When The Stars Are Right
- TEMPERANCE – Lost In The Christmas Dream
- STEVE MOORE – Nobody Comes
- The Inspector Cluzo Unplugged – GLOBALISATION BLUES
- Archon Angel – “Fallen”
- Cyhra – How To Play I Am The One
- SECRET RULE – release new album
- MELECHESH – Multiple Truths
- MARATON – “ALMOST HUMAN”
- Loathe – UK Tour
- CHILDREN OF THE SUN
- SYKELIG ENGLEN ” This Hollow Land”
Molly Hatchet – “Battleground” 2CD / 3LP (Steamhammer / SPV)
Battle Helm Rating
‘…I like my wimmin Southern style – hell yeah!!…’. Molly Hatchet. Now there’s a name. If you were into Southern Rock back in the late 70s and early 80s then albums like “Flirtin’ With Disaster” and “Beatin’ The Odds” with their unmistakable Frank Frazetta covers will no doubt bring back memories of the glory days for the stars n bars. Natural successors to Lynyrd Skynyrd, with Ronnie Van Zant slated to produce their debut, Molly Hatchet even cut their demos at Skynyrd’s recording studio. Different to other more country influenced groups like The Outlaws, the winning combination of boogie, blues and hard rock as well as an overt Southern image made the band a force to be reckoned with until the mid 80s, when Southern Rock became unfashionable, although they retained a cult following despite a revolving door line up over the decades. Brought in initially to replace founder guitarist Dave Hlubek in 1987, Bobby Ingram has ultimately grown to become the only consistent member in the line up over the years, acquiring the name to the band in 2000 and pretty much becoming its leader especially following the passing of Hlubek in 2017, who himself survived the band’s entire early line up bar guitarist Steve Holland. I have to say that Ingram has done a remarkable job of not just keeping the band going with the right musicians, but staying true to its legacy which is amply evidenced on this 19 track double live album recorded in Switzerland, Germany, and during the band’s 40th anniversary tour of the United States. Taking from right across the band’s discography, “Battleground” has it all in bunches from style to sass – all naturally Southern – and the musicianship is incredible. Once famed for their 3 guitar attack, Ingram and longtime keyboardist John Galvin do a remarkable job to ensure the sound is still thick, while the new good ‘ol boy in Jimmy Elkins is nothing short of a star – sounding like a deadly cross between Danny Joe Brown and Jimmy Farrar! Together they make a formidable force in bringing back to life classics like ‘Whiskey Man’, here with a rich gravy of boogie licks and kick ass piano work from Galvin (man, that boy is good!) turning the song into a ball! On ‘Son Of The South’ (taken from 2005’s “Warriors Of The Rainbow Bridge”), Elkins’s rough n ready vocals let it all hang out as the lyrics lay testament to Southern pride in every sense driven by some mean n dirty guitar from Ingram – y’all ready? Taking it back to ’83 on ‘Fall Of The Peacemakers’ (from “No Guts…No Glory”) the song still is just as moving as when I first heard it, with Galvin’s piano and Ingram’s guitar adding so much moving soul to this truly heart stirring number while the Southern tradition of the extended guitar solo is maintained on ‘Justice’ with bunches of diablo riffs, cowpoke slide and saloon piano taking this 8 minute epic like a gallopin’ ride out into the west. Fer me, it’s always been ‘Beatin’ The Odds’ and as the sassy riffs tease irresistibly, Elkins’s Southern drawl rams it home one more time to the roar of the crowd. 40 years on, its both an honour and joy to know that Molly Hatchet are still going – and in fine style too!
Cro-Mags – “From The Grave” EP (Victory Records)
Battle Helm Rating
‘..I am working with the best team and the best musicians to launch the next era of Cro-Mags..’. No kidding. Hot footing it from the recent “Don’t Give In” EP comes the next instalment and brother, Harley Flanagan is clearly out to kill. Joining an already solid line up featuring legendary Rocky George (Suicidal Tendencies, Fishbone) and Gabby Abularach (Cro-Mags, Phillip Boa’s Voodoocult) on guitars comes none other than Motörhead’s guitarist Phil Campbell guesting on lead and slide guitar! As per the last round, this EP features 3 tracks, 2 of which are pile drivers in the classic Cro-Mags raging style while the third is a trippy instrumental probably designed to showcase the wider musical skills of the band to the uninitiated – and calm the rest of us down no doubt ha ha! Opening with the title track ‘From The Grave’, Campbell immediately melds his Motör-licks into the Magon sound as Harley roars to ‘..don’t let no one ever try to break you..’ as Campbell’s slick slide work hits home as drummer G-Man hammers his beats home on a track that answers the question about what a Motörhead / Cro-Mags collaboration might’ve sounded like – man, talk about the bomb! Roaring in to give Cronos a run for his money on ‘PTSD’, Harley’s heavily plucked bass also booms magnificently as the smooth metal core guitars of George and Abularach contrast superbly on this stylish raging number that ends sadly all too shortly. Ending with ‘Between Wars’ the initial build up soon subsides into mellow ambience with G-Man occasionally hitting hard or frantically in the background to the trippy and soulful guitars – no vox from Harley although he may the one ‘scratching’ his strings albeit to great rhythmic effect. The assault continues.
Praying Mantis – “Keep It Alive” CD / DVD (Frontiers Music)
Battle Helm Rating
Now firmly ensconced into the 3rd chapter of their career, NWOBHM legends deliver their first live album in 23 years on “Keep It Alive”! Formed in 1974 while still at college by the Troy brothers Chris (bass, vocals) and Tino (guitar, vocals), it didn’t take long before they came to the attention of luminary Neil Kay, who featured them on the “Soundhouse Tapes” in 1979. Support slots with Iron Maiden and Ronnie Montrose ultimately led to success in being signed to Arista Records, the culmination of which was their 1981 debut “Time Tells No Lies”, which remains a cult classic to this day. Sadly, management and line up problems saw them dropped eventually leading to a hiatus until 1990, when they were included as part of a NWOBHM nostalgia tour featuring ex-Iron Maiden members Paul Di’Anno and Dennis Stratton. This experience injected new life into the band, and also marked the beginning of a productive 15 year partnership with Dennis Stratton, as well as working with Doogie White and Gary Barden in the 2nd chapter of Praying Mantis’s history. Signing to Frontiers in 2007 to create the 3rd chapter, the band have since released 3 albums including last year’s “Gravity”, making them one of the very small number of groups from the NWOBHM era who still continue to record and gig regularly. “Keep It Alive” is 10 live tracks attesting to that legacy, superbly capturing the essence and spirit of the band taken from right across their 10 album discography as recorded at the Frontiers Rock Festival V in Milan in 2018. If you’ve yet to be blown away by this influential band’s music, then be prepared to be awed as they effortless slip between the modern hard rock of ‘Believable’ (taken from 2015’s “Legacy” album) featuring the Mantis trademark of classy melodic tones and tasteful licks lacquered by unending passion sitting comfortably alongside older favourites like ‘Dream On’ (from “A Cry For The New World” in 1993), a ballad that still rocks almost like a slow anthem thanks to the superbly moving guitars of Tino Troy and Andy Burgess, while ‘Time Slipping Away’ (from 1991’s “Predator In Disguise”) is a more upbeat rocker with punchy riffs allowing new vocalist John Cuijpers to stretch his own pipes. Of course, Mantis don’t disappoint in saving the best till last in ‘Children Of The Earth’ (from their debut) which continues to get my heart pumping even after all these years with its classic mix of catchy hard rock mixed with those incredibly harmonious guitars that simply leaves nothing standing – an incredible finale to the lasting repertoire of what must be one of the most consistent British hard rock bands around – superb!
Looking back to HELLOWEEN’s universally lauded Pumpkins United World Tour: the excitement that swept through the media began with the announcement of the power metal legend’s plan to visit at least 32 countries across three continents – but the reactions were nothing compared to the euphoria of over a million fans at sold out halls and festivals around the globe.
Immediately following their massive Brazilian tour with the SCORPIONS and IRON MAIDEN, the “Pumpkins United” line-up entered Home studios in Hamburg (where everything originally started in 1984) to work on brand new material. The same recording console used for albums such as “Master of The Rings”, “Time of the Oath” or “Better than Raw” is now being used to record a new legendary studio album – analogue and deliberately “back to the roots”. With Michael Kiske, Kai Hansen and Dani Löble drumming on Ingo Schwichtenberg’s original drum kit, one thing is for sure: a stronger HELLOWEEN vibe won’t be possible. With UNITED power, the new album will kick down the doors end of August / beginning of September 2020 – produced by Charlie Bauerfeind and Dennis Ward.
If this wasn’t enough exciting news, it´s ofﬁcial: the “United Alive World Tour Part II” is coming! The HELLOWEEN party will continue and there are a million reasons to attend again – besides the full speed rollercoaster set to carry fans through three decades of breath-taking material, the brand new album (yet to be named) will be presented live for the very ﬁrst time. In September 2020, the legendary UNITED line-up will be unleashed again, yet stronger, with the new song material and a ton more horsepower – simply the ultimate “United Alive World Tour Part II”.
“United Alive World Tour Part II”
26.09. SK Zvolen – Ice Stadium
27.09. A Vienna – Gasometer
29.09. CH Zurich – Samsung Hall
30.09. I Milan – Lorenzini District
02.10. D Stuttgart – Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
04.10. UK Manchester – Academy
05.10. UK London – Brixton Academy
07.10. F Paris – L’Olympia
08.10. LUX Luxembourg – Rockhal
09.10. F Lyon – Le Transbordeur
11.10. E Madrid – WiZink Center
12.10. E Barcelona – Sant Jordi Club
15.10. CZ Prague – t.b.a.
16.10. D Bochum – RuhrCongress
17.10. D Hamburg – Sporthalle
19.10. H Budapest – Papp László Sportaréna
20.10. PL Katowice – Międzynarodowe Centrum Kongresowe
23.10. RUS Moscow – Adrenaline Stadium
25.10. RUS St. Petersburg – A2 Green Concert
27.10. EST Tallinn – Noblessneri valukoda
29.10. FIN Helsinki – Black Box
31.10. S Gothenburg – Partille Arena
Tickets for all shows are on sale from 9am on Monday 9th December.
Having released their most gripping album to date I Loved You At Your Darkest, BEHEMOTH return once again spread the word of the unholy. In January 2020, the band release the I Loved You At Your Darkest Tour Edition – an obsidian gem in their discography, including the I Loved You At Your Darkest track listing with brand new, alternate artwork by Nicola Samori; plus an exclusive BBC Radio 1 session and unreleased documentary Thou Darkest Art taken from the band’s career affirming art gallery exhibition in London last year.
The songs recorded for BBC Radio 1 will be released as a digital download on January 10th – ahead of BEHEMOTH’s appearance on the coming SLIPKNOT European tour. This digital EP foreshadows the I Loved You At Your Darkest Tour Edition. Pre-order the digital Live At Maida Vale EP here: nblast.de/Behemoth-LiveMaidavale
To highlight the essence of what BEHEMOTH represents on stage, the band has released a video for ‘Wolves Ov Siberia’ – BBC Radio 1 session. The song recorded for Daniel P. Carter’s BBC Radio 1 Rock Show is a refreshing look at BEHEMOTH in a more natural setting away from their fire and chaos. Check out the stunning video of Poland’s darkest force and watch ‘Wolves Ov Siberia’ here
I Loved You At Your Darkest marked a milestone in the history of BEHEMOTH, being not only the most successful album of the band but also an audiovisual masterpiece: From its detailed blasphemous artwork to the highly vicious and at the same time deeply emotional tracks, BEHEMOTH once again played with fire – and ignited a wildfire burning the narrow-minded bigotry of Christianity down to the ground. Now, the album comes to new life as a tour edition. More information will be revealed soon.
Recently, the band announced that they will be joining SLIPKNOT on their European We Are Not Your Kind Tour that kicks off in Dublin on 14th January – tickets are already on sale, with many shows already sold out.
We Are Not Your Kind World Tour – Europe & UK 2020
14.01. IRL Dublin – 3Arena
16.01. UK Manchester – Arena
17.01. UK Newcastle – Utilita Arena
18.01. UK Glasgow – The SSE Hydro *SOLD OUT*
20.01. UK Sheffield – FlyDSA Arena
21.01. UK Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
22.01. UK Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena *SOLD OUT*
24.01. UK Birmingham – Arena *SOLD OUT*
25.01. UK London – The O2 *SOLD OUT*
28.01. NL Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome *SOLD OUT*
29.01. D Frankfurt – Festhalle *SOLD OUT*
30.01. F Paris – AccorHotels Arena
01.02. LUX Esch-sur-Alzette – Rockhal *SOLD OUT*
02.02. F Lyon – Halle Tony-Garnier
04.02. H Budapest – Papp László Budapest Sportaréna
06.02. PL Lodz – Atlas Arena
08.02. D Stuttgart – Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle *SOLD OUT*
09.02. D Munich – Olympiahalle *SOLD OUT*
11.02. I Milan – Mediolanum Forum
12.02. CH Zurich – Hallenstadion
14.02. A Vienna – Stadthalle
16.02. D Hamburg – Barclaycard Arena *SOLD OUT*
17.02. D Berlin – Mercedes-Benz Arena
18.02. D Dortmund – Westfalenhalle *SOLD OUT*
20.02. DK Copenhagen – Royal Arena
21.02. S Stockholm – Ericsson Globe *SOLD OUT*
22.02. N Oslo – Telenor Arena
24.02. FIN Helsinki – Hartwall Arena *SOLD OUT*
Norwegian metal avant-gardists ENSLAVED have some big news for their fans: the band have just entered the studio and are currently working on new material for their upcoming album. This new gem will be released once again via Nuclear Blast Records and has a tentative release date of May 2020.
Band founding member and guitarist Ivar Bjørnson stated about the recordings: “The days are growing darker in the Northern hemisphere – and Bergen is covered in a blanket of frost. This sets the scene as we have entered the studio to record the new Enslaved album. Since our last album, we have a “new” drummer – in quotation marks, since he has been with us behind the scenes for more than a decade. Together with me (Ivar Bjørnson and Grutle Kjellson) he constitutes the production team on this new album – and as before we will record in Bergen in Duper Studio and next door at Iver’s Solslottet Studio. Before crossing the mountains eastwards to Örebro into Fascination Street where Jens Bogren will handle the mix.
The new material I feel is very powerful. The ENSLAVED signature is there, but there is a wild drive and a level of energy that makes me extremely excited. All five members have poured their dedication and souls into the preparations, and there are new sides to the band shown that will elevate this album. ”
Just weeks ago, ENSLAVED renewed the bond with Nuclear Blast and re-signed to the label. With that, a successful collaboration lasting for more or less ten years continues. A collaboration that two years ago produced the universally lauded album E, in which the progressive metal masters once again reinvented themselves and brought ENSLAVED to a new level.
ENSLAVED also recently released a stunning new music video for their interpretation of ‘What Else Is There’ by Norwegian electropop band RÖYSKOPP. The song is featured as a bonus track on the digital version of their latest album, E.
14 albums and 28 years into a career that shows no signs of losing neither momentum nor its magical, effervescent creative sheen, ENSLAVED will certainly continue evolving before our ears and eyes. This time, however, even the sky is no limit. Stronger than ever and manifestly thrilled to be in such rude health, life in ENSLAVED has never been more rewarding. And the best is yet to come.
ENSLAVED live 2020:
20.03 NL Eindhoven – Prognosis Festival
25-27.06 NO Ekeberg – Tons of Rock
11-12.07 US Moran, WY – Fire In The Mountains Festival
07–09.08. BE Kortrijk – Alcatraz Festival
Earlier this fall, RAM unleashed their latest record, The Throne Within, to critical acclaim. Now, the band has released a new video (produced by Moonfire Productions) for the album track, “The Trap”, which can be seen here. “This video shows an unpolished, inside look behind-the-scenes of a real, hard-working Heavy Metal band No diva bullshit, no steamed white fish and yoga. Just the sweat and grit of the sacrifice for true Heavy Metal.” – Oscar Carlquist, RAM
To purchase and stream The Throne Within, please visit: metalblade.com/ram
There can be few better ways to mark the 20th anniversary of your band than releasing the finest record of your career. In RAM’s instance, this comes in the form of The Throne Within, the Swedish quintet upping their game across the board to deliver a record with deep roots in classic heavy metal but wielding an energy and freshness to it that places it very much in the now. “It is unmistakable RAM, there are fast songs, heavy songs, mid-tempo and slower tempos as well. There’s melody and there’s grit. The arrangements are recognizable but some may be unorthodox,” states founding guitarist Harry Granroth.
“This is a monumental album for us, and I am certain for our fans. We have worked very hard to bring our sound, songwriting and playing to the next level without leaving our Black Path of Heavy Metal Tyranny,” says vocalist Oscar Carlquist.
Canadians Metal heroes Anvil released brand new single video “Nabbed In Nebraska” from upcoming new album “Legal At Last” what will be out 14th February 2020 via AFM-Records. ANVIL got busted, back then when they were touring in Nebraska! This is what their new pounding and powerful single is about. The reason? Find out about it yourself and bang you head! “Legal At Last will be available as digipak, digital, black vinyl and some more unique and very limited colored vinyl.
When it comes to virtues such as endurance, unconditional commitment and a thoroughly down-to-earth attitude, Anvil are the measure of all things. Like few other metal acts, the band have earned their laurels of blood, sweat and tears. Since their 2009 documentary film ‘The Story Of Anvil‘, which reveals the unvarnished truth about the music industry, the world has been aware that the day-to-day life of most musicians doesn’t consist of MTV Awards, Grammy ceremonies, red carpets, champagne and caviar but mainly of energy-sapping tours de force with little sleep, junk food and meagre earnings. Yet these difficult conditions have made Anvil what they are today: a band that stands solid as a rock in the turbulent waters of a musical genre that produces like no other music by fans for fans. So Robb Reiner refers with a sense of justified pride to Anvil’s latest release Legal At Last simply as “one more Anvil album”.
Yet their new album is very special to Anvil: “Legal At Last is mainly about two things,” Reiner explains. “We celebrate the legalisation of the Anvil bong because Canada changed its marihuana laws last year, which means we no longer sail close to the wind all the time. That’s why the album title announces that Anvil are legal at last. Our fans have always known that, but the public at large treated us like criminals for a long time.” Kudlow adds: “Legal At Last is our way of telling the public: ‘It’s okay, Anvil are okay, you’re allowed to like us at last!’”
26.02.2020 – FR – Colmar
27.02.2020 – FR – Lyon
28.02.2020 – FR – Savigny Le Temple
29.02.2020 – FR – Vaureal
01.03.2020 – NL – Den Bosch
04.03.2020 – UK – Edinburgh
05.03.2020 – UK – Derby
06.03.2020 – UK – Buckley
07.03.2020 – UK – Bradford
08.03.2020 – UK – Milton Keynes
09.03.2020 – UK – Manchester
11.03.2020 – NIR – Belfast
12.03.2020 – IE – Dublin
13.03.2020 – UK – Nuneaton
14.03.2020 – UK – Halifax
15.03.2020 – UK – Bridgewater
17.03.2020 – UK – Swinden
18.03.2020 – UK – Bristol
19.03.2020 – UK – Brighton
20.03.2020 – UK – Southampton
21.03.2020 – UK – London
22.03.2020 – UK – Machynlleth
24.03.2020 – NL – Leiden
25.03.2020 – DE – Essen
26.03.2020 – DE – Siegburg
27.03.2020 – BE – Lens
The most anticipated release in Power Metal, Serious Black are back with the furious and melodic up-tempo and brand new single “WHEN THE STARS ARE RIGHT”! Serious Black re-enters the Power Metal arena this fall! Urban breed’s haunting voice, a truly theatrical arrangement of the song and a cinematic video-clip are creating excitement for the new record!
In 2020 it’s finally happening! The German-American band proudly presents their highly anticipated fourth studio album “Suite 226”. “Suite 226” features more driving guitars, catchy hooks and finest riffing, as you know it from “As Daylight Breaks” and will released 31st of January 2020 via AFM-records
For eighteen months it was really quiet about SERIOUS BLACK, a comparatively long time for a band that, since its inception in 2015, let a maximum of one year pass until the release of a new album. After three successful predecessors and more than 120 shows worldwide, they used their well-deserved time-out to design new concepts, to work on fresh material. Bassist Mario proudly announces: “The waiting comes to an end, we are fresh and rested. Above all, we are hungry to return to the stage.”
In 2020 it’s finally happening! The German-American band proudly presents their highly anticipated fourth studio album “Suite 226”. And that will stir the Power Metal community´s blood. “Suite 226” features more driving guitars, catchy hooks and finest riffing, as you know it from “As Daylight Breaks”. SERIOUS BLACK takes the listener on a musically journey into psychiatry, between heaven and hell; “Suite 226” is the perfect soundtrack for this trip to the place of damnation. Ruthless riffs meets catchy melodies, driven by a manic rhythm section, Urban Breed´s top-rated unleashed vocals add the necessary amount of insanity. After listening to this dervish of an album one may ask oneself what is actually fiction, what is reality. And who knows, after that you may also hear these soft voices in your head. Don´t say nobody warned you!
WORLD DOMINION 2020
Hammer Fall w/ Battle Beast, Serious Black
30.01.20 DE – Bremen / Aladin *
31.01.20 DE – Hamburg / Sporthalle
01.02.20 DE – Osnabrück / Hydepark
02.02.20 DE – Oberhausen / Turbinenhalle
03.02.20 NL – Nijmegen / Doornroosje
05.02.20 BE – Antwerpen / TRIX
06.02.20 DE – Saarbrücken / Garage
07.02.20 DE – München / Tonhalle
08.02.20 DE – Kaufbeuren / All Kart Halle
09.02.20 IT – Mailand / Live Club
11.02.20 DE – Langen / Stadthalle
12.02.20 DE – Leipzig / Werk 2
13.02.20 CZ – Prag / Forum Karlin
14.02.20 DE – Bamberg / Brose Arena
15.02.20 DE – Ludwigsburg / MHP Arena
16.02.20 CH – Pratteln / Z7
18.02.20 PL – Warschhau / Progresja
19.02.20 PL – Krakau / Studio
20.02.20 HU – Budapest / Barba Negra
21.02.20 AT – Graz / Orpheum tba.
22.02.20 AT – Wien / Gasometer tba.
23.02.20 DE – Berlin / Huxley´s
TEMPERANCE presents their festive new single, “Lost In The Christmas Dream”, a beautiful symphonic metal piece that will tug on your heartstrings. The new single is an exclusive bonus track (digital only!) from TEMPERANCE’s forthcoming album, Viridian, out January 24 via Napalm Records.
Christmas has become a commercial affair nowadays, with people often focusing more on the worth of their presents rather than the actual roots of Christmas: love, thoughtfulness and compassion. TEMPERANCE puts a beautiful metaphorical spin on that matter and will make you feel wistful, melting your frozen winter heart. Listen to “Lost In The Christmas Dream” now – out on all streaming platforms and also available on YouTube!
Marco Pastorino, singer and guitarist, comments: “We always wanted to surprise our fans and write a song about Christmas. Can you imagine the typical Christmas mood paired with an anthem in classic TEMPERANCE fashion? We think that not a lot of metal bands did such thing and we hope that “Lost In The Christmas Dream” brings a great amount of positive energy and joy to everyone. Merry Xmas!”
Join TEMPERANCE on their exclusive Viridian release headline shows early next year and embark with them on a journey throughout Europe with Tarja!
Exclusive Release Headline Shows
23.01.20 IT – Milan / Legend Club
24.01.20 IT – Fontanafredda / Astro Club
25.01.20 AT – Innsbruck / p.m.k.
26.01.20 CZ – Brno / Melodk
07.03.20 PT – Lisbon / Altice Arena
08.03.20 ES – Murcia / Gamma
09.03.20 ES – Madrid / BUT
11.03.20 ES – Bilbao / Santana 27
12.03.20 ES – Barcelona / Apolo
13.03.20 FR – Marseille / Le Silo
15.03.20 FR – Strasbourg / La Laiterie Artefact
16.03.20 FR – Paris / La Cigale
17.03.20 UK – London / Electric Ballroom
19.03.20 UK – Manchester / Academy 2
20.03.20 UK – Glasgow / Garage
09.04.20 NL – Haarlem / Patronaat
10.04.20 NL – Nijmegen / Doornroosje
11.04.20 DE – Herford / X
13.04.20 DE – Mannheim / MS Connexion Complex
14.04.20 DE – Bochum / Matrix
15.04.20 DE – Hamburg / Markthalle
17.04.20 DE – Berlin / Columbia Theater
18.04.20 DE – Leipzig / Hellraiser
19.04.20 DE – Nuremberg / Hirsch
21.04.20 DE – Munich / Backstage
22.04.20 AT – Vienna / Szene
23.04.20 CH – Lyss / Kufa