December 2009 - Blabbermouth Archive

EINHERJER To Record First Studio Album In Seven Years

Reunited Norwegian "Viking metal" pioneers EINHERJER have issued the following update: "2009 has been a good year for EINHERJER. We did some great festivals, with Wacken Open Air as the definitive highlight. We got great response and we had a great time. We also spent most of 2009 to write new material and now it's ...

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MORIAN Completes Work On Sophomore Album, Seeks New Label Home

Finnish metal band MORIAN has issued the following update: "[MORIAN's second album] 'Ashen Empire' is now completely recorded and mixed, and it's waiting to be mastered! The album is produced and engineered by Aksu Hanttu, best known as the drummer of Finnish gothic metal pioneers ENTWINE. Mr. Hanttu is gracing the new MORIAN album with ...

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THE ARCANE ORDER To Film 'Eruptions Of Red' Video

THE ARCANE ORDER, the Danish band featuring vocalist Kasper Thomsen (RAUNCHY) and guitarist Flemming C. Lund (INVOCATOR, ex-AUTUMN LEAVES), has issued the following update: "2009 was spent on writing new songs, and especially during autumn and winter, the songwriting has really picked up pace, and we are now ready to start rehearsing again with new ...

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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Frontman Answers Fan-Submitted Questions

Mike Muir of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES recently answered a number of questions that were submitted via Twitter for Vans. Watch the question-and-answer session in nine parts below. Since their beginnings in Venice, California in the early '80s, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES have led the charge in the skate punk/thrash metal movement, consequently influencing an entire generation of bands ...

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SEVENTH VOID: 'Last Walk In The Light' Video Released

"Last Walk In The Light", the new video from SEVENTH VOID — the new band featuring TYPE O NEGATIVE guitarist Kenny Hickey and drummer Johnny Kelly — can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's debut album, "Heaven Is Gone", which sold around 1,800 copies in the United States in its first week ...

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