Damnation Festival is upon us, returning tomorrow, 2 November for that is extreme, unholy, and revolutionary in music. The festival is Sold out completely. Among the bands on the stacked bill are Opeth, Mayhem, The Vintage Caravan, Alcest, Venom Prison, Birds in Row, Dawn Ray’d, Imperial Triumphant, Lord Dying, Inter Arma, Primordial, Dragged Into Sunlight, Gaahl’s Wyrd, Gost,Voices, Blood Red Throne, Jo Quail and Carnation, and more.Continue reading
Cello phenom and acclaimed artist Jo Quail has just shared a new music video for the new single ‘Reya Pavan’. The track is an exclusive on the vinyl reissue for her album Exsolve. Released on 4th October through Jo’s own label, AdderStone Records, the double vinyl edition of Exsolve has been specially remastered for this format. The video was filmed by Khaled Lowe and Sam Edwards which you can see below. Quail just concluded a tour with Emma Ruth Rundle, will appear at Damnation Festival 2019 and will open for Mono on their special shows this winter. Quail will also perform at Roadburn 2020.
The realm of Black Metal is often noted for it’s colourful, yet usually monochrome, characters, and definitely one of the most infamous is the iconoclastic and enigmatic Gaahl, former frontman of Gorogorth, Trelldom, Godseed. An obvious showcase for Gaahls considerable vocal talents Gaahls Wyrd Debut, Gastir – Ghosts Invited (Season of Mist) is an extremely potent album and well worth a listen. Continue reading
A major announcement of lineup additions arrives today as Damnation Festival has added sick bands such as Mayhem, playing on the main stage with Opeth on November 2nd. They are joined by a cadre of awesome bands such as The Vintage Caravan, Gaahl’s Wyrd, Inter Arma, Gost, and Carnation. They joined the aforementioned Opeth, Primordial, Venom Prison, Blood Red Throne, Birds In Row, Jo Quail and Imperial Triumphant. More bands to be announced. Damnation takes place Saturday, November 2, at Leeds University Union and tickets are on sale now at the value price of £49 at the link below. Continue reading