Faroese progressive/viking band TYR just released their new music video. Feat. the guest - Liv Kristine of Leave's Eyes. Check it out:
From viking metallers from EREB ALTOR:
Just in time for our tour with Borknagar we will unleash a 7″ vinyl named “The Lake of Blood”
Containing one brand new song and an acoustic version of the title track of our latest album “Fire meets Ice”
It will be out on Cyclone Empire !
Release date will come soon !'
Check out also band's music:
North American instrumental black metal one woman project Crown of Asteria will release its debut full-length album “North” via the French label Le Crepuscule du Soir. Crown of Asteria were formed in May 2011 by their sole member Meghan Wood from Bancroft and released 2 demos and a split, all in 2013. Her music has a really beautiful atmosphere with ambient and folk passages. “North” is a transcendent and majestic instrumental work, paying homage to one’s homeland, a journey seeking the visceral and intrinsic connections and emotions found in nature. The album is already available for streaming on Crown of Asteria’s Bandcamp page and it will soon be released in a limited to 200 copies digipak edition on recycled paper.
Check out band's music here.
Canadian acoustic epic folk project Demain, Wendigo has just released its debut full-length album “Projections“. This band was forged in the spring of 2013 by David Verret aka Bardunor (Hiverna, Monarque, Csejthe, Crèpuscule) and Vincent Marceau. Acoustic folk music with few passages of pagan black metal, displaying an epic and folkloric soundscape through legends about forest myths and creatures. “Projections” is self released by Bardunor’s independent productions Oaken Forge. It comes in standard jewel-case edition CD including a 12-page booklet, with artwork by David Verret himself. You can listen to their music and contact Demain, Wendigo in their official Bandcamp page below.
Check out band's music here.
The new year starts with a great announcement for a split release between atmospheric pagan black metallers Zgard from Ukraine and melodic atmospheric folk black metallers Prohod from Romania. Zgard surprise us in every album, with their great atmospheric expression, while Prohod are following the same line from the first album with cold riffs, variations and great melody. The split is entitled “Ascension: Paramatman” and it will be co-released by Purity-Through-Fire and Fimbulvinter Productions. It will be available in a limited to 75 copies A5 digipak edition and in normal jewel-case CD. Release date isn’t announced yet, but ”Ascension: Paramatman” is already available for pre-order. You can also watch below one song from Zgard and a teaser from Prohod. I can’t wait! The wonderful artwork is once again by Moga of Kogaion Art.
Check out Zgard's music here.
And Prohod's here.