News from this week (part I)

First part:

WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM announced that they are going to release new album - 'Celestite', without using the drums and vocals. The whole news is quite long, so you can read it here.


From MOROWE (or rather their label - Witching Hour):
'In the middle of January 2014 MOROWE will release long-awaited new album, entitled enigmatically “S”. The recordings are already finished, the album is now being mixed by Nihil.
“S” will be released as CD and limited LP. Morowe will promote the upcoming release on February tour “Bewitching The Polonia 2014” together with THAW and MORD’A’STIGMATA.

All bands will visit 7 cities:
14.02 Lublin
21.02 Poznań
22.02 Gdańsk
28.02 Kraków
01.03 Wrocław
tba   Katowice

More info coming soon!'


'With only eight days left until the release of our second full-length album "Alpha", we wanted to remind you all that we are still taking pre-orders via Bandcamp, and two tracks from the album are streaming on the page as well.


We're very much looking forward to unveiling the entire album for all of you very soon! If you haven't already, continue to let us know what you think of our new tracks!'


Viking/folk metallers from FESKARN released their second album 'Ostra Aros' on 1st February via Pesttanz Klangschmiede. The album contains 12 new tracks.

Listen to band's music here.


Polish death/black/folk metallers from THY WORSHIPER presents another track, which you will find on their upcoming new album 'Czarna Dzika Czerwień'. The album will be released 18th February via Pagan Records.

Check out the new track here.


News from METSATOLL:

'On March 7 Metsatöll will release its sixth studio album “Karjajuht” (“Pack Leader”). The record includes 12 tracks, of which “Lööme mesti” has already  been playing in radios.
On its new album Metsatöll has employed a new approach towards its traditional ideas and notions of folk metal. The average pace and tardy epics  of its latest studio albums are now things of the past, while new tracks are energetic, melodic and seductive. Naturally, Metsatöll’s entire park of folk instruments from zithers to bagpipes is engaged as well.
Today a second single reached the radio stations. A track called “Tõrrede kõhtudes” is dedicated to the making of a very important Estonian beverage. Metsatöll leaves it for the listeners to decide which beverage it is, although the mentioned ingredients do not leave much room for guessing.
The album will be released in the form of a CD, limited moving digipak CD and vinyl.
The album was produced by Metsatöll and Samuel Ruotsalainen. The tracks were recorded and mixed by Keijo Koppel and Marko Atso at the RoundSound Studios in Tallinn in September and October 2013. The album was released in cooperation with Spinefarm Records, an affiliate of Universal Music.
The author of the album’s front cover is traditionally a recognized Estonian artist Jüri Arrak. While the previous two albums of Metsatöll included the  artist’s earlier creations, then this time the painting was created especially for the album “Pack Leader”.
The album will be available in Europe as of March 7, in UK as of March 9. The exact release date in USA will be published as soon as possible.
The album “Pack Leader” can be pre-ordered as of today from the band’s e-shop at http://pood.metsatoll.ee/'

The whole news - here.

Check out band's music here.

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