Doom Metal leaders Pallbearer will release their highly-anticipated new album this Oct. 23 Via Nuclear Blast! Forgotten Days promised to be one of the best albums of the year in any genre, based on the legacy this band has already established. They have just shared their first single and video for the title track, which you can see right here.
Amaranthe, who recently announced their sixth studio album will be released this fall via Nuclear Blast Records, has been forced to cancel their North American tour. With the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic their upcoming North American 2020 tour is canceled. The tour was to have also featured Battle Beast and Seven Spires. All ticket holders will be refunded by the service where they made the purchase. Please note the promoters are working diligently to refund the payments in a timely manner and appreciate ticket holders patience during the process. The band thank fans for the understanding while they work on rescheduling the anticipated tour. Continue reading
Soilwork has shared a new video teaser dubbed “Behind The Feverish Trilogy”. The band will release the full video, tomorrow, May 29th, 2020. Watch the trailer below. Continue reading
Symphonic metal band Amaranthe have completed work on their new album. The follow-up to 2018’s “Helix” will be released this summer via Nuclear Blast.
Many consider the British band, Paradise Lost to be the fathers of the Gothic Metal genre. Formed in 1988, four out of the five members have been there since the beginning. This tight-knit group of guys is a prime example of a hard-working band who knows how to stay creative and original. The exploration and determination of this act has led them down some unique roads over the years. After experimenting on albums like One Second (Music for Nations) and Believe In Nothing (EMI), Paradise Lost got back to their roots in 2015. They embraced their Death Metal background with the release of The Plague Within (Century Media Records) and 2017’s Medusa (Nuclear Blast). Now with the release of their sixteenth record, Obsidian (Nuclear Blast), their heaviness is being fleshed out with even more distinct devastation. Continue reading
Ghost Cult had the honor of chatting with Nick Holmes (Bloodbath) of Paradise Lost about their new album, Obsidian (Nuclear Blast Records), due out on May 15th, 2020. Nick shares his thoughts on releasing an album during the pandemic, the creative process of the band, the more sweeping vision behind Obsidian, how the band approached the follow-up to Medusa 2017, how he and Gregor Mackintosh work together on new material, the orchestration on the albums, Nick’s vocal harmonies, the changes in his lyrics over the years, a look back on the 20th anniversary of their debut album Lost Paradise (Peaceville), and much more. Order Obsidian here and check out the podcast: Continue reading
Seems like we’ve seen this movie before. Tech death masters Obscura and its leader Steffen Kummerer has parted ways with guitarist Rafael Trujillo, bassist Linus Klausenitzer and drummer Sebastian Lanser due to “musical differences”. The departing members will launch a new band Obsidious. Kummerer made the announcement on social media. Continue reading
Paradise Lost will release their new album, Obsidian, on May 15th via Nuclear Blast Records. The band has released an album trailer which you can see in which Nick and Greg dive deeper into ‘Fall From Grace’, the first single released from the album. Check out the album trailer in which discuss the song’s background here: Continue reading
Thrash Metal kings Testament has shared a new animated video for their smash single, ‘Children Of The Next Level’! The song comes off of their just-released new album Titans of Creation, out now via Nuclear Blast! The music video was created by Balázs Gróf for “Children Of The Next Level” which can be seen here: Continue reading
Ghost Cult caught up with Thrash Metal legend Chuck Billy of Testament by phone to discuss their brand new album Titans of Creation out on April 3rd 2020, via Nuclear Blast Records. Read our review here. Chuck discussed the concept of the new album, his creative process with Eric Peterson, the more collaborative and positive nature of making the new album compared to Brotherhood of the Snake, work Juan Urteaga in the producer’s chair, the history of the band and reflections on Souls of Black which turns 30 in 2020. Buy the album here: