Enthroned represent Belgium’s longest-running black metal act, with over a quarter of a century of active recording and performing. Vocalist Nornagest discusses the new album, Cold Black Suns, ahead of its June release.
Satyricon have announced that they will be performing their landmark 1999 album, Rebel Extravaganza in its entirety at the Tons Of Rock festival in Oslo, Norway to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of its release.
Every dedicated metalhead is familiar with keyboard intros and interludes. After 20 minutes of blast beats and heavy riffage comes a minute long synth melody, conjuring images of foggy hills and grey skies. Enter, Dungeon Synth!
Norwegian twosome Satyricon have revealed further countries and dates for their final world tour taking place this year!
Satyricon, the Norwegian due that formed in Oslo way back in 1991, has announced their final U.S. tour taking place this spring.
Never the types of pioneers to merely rest on legacy, Satyricon emerges once again to offer an intimate and bold new work to the world with Deep Calleth Upon Deep.
This is more than just a live concert, there is something really cool and unique about the mixing of the two genres that makes it a hauntingly heavy, almost theatrical experience.
Self-titled albums are almost always never a good sign, and with the release of Satyricon’s ninth full-length album, this tenet is proven correct once again. It’s true that Satyricon has become another one of those Norwegian black metal veterans who fell into the shoegazy clutches of post-black metal. But make no mistake; that in itself isn’t a crime worthy of death by inverted crucifixion. What’s wrong with this new album is its failure to do what frontman Satyr claimed in a press release statement: “There are a lot of surprises here, but I think it’s gonna be a record that’s gonna help the black metal movement perhaps find a new way for the future.”