Ne Obliviscaris has announced their new album, Exul, due for release on March 24th, 2023 via Season of Mist. They are proud to announce a new European tour, together with Persefone! The trek will kick off their ‘Exul’ EU/UK tour at the Tavastia venue in Helsinki (FI) on May 5 and sees the band traveling throughout 15 countries in the weeks to follow! A full list of confirmed dates and support acts can be found below.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Persefone – metanoia
Persefone’s metanoia (Napalm Records) opens and it feels as if I’m watching an Andrew Lloyd Weber Broadway musical. Metanoia is atmospheric and grandiose; one would expect nothing less from Persefone. ‘Katabasis’ explodes onto the listener with a bombastic array of seventies progressive rock and psychedelia feel. Marc Martins Pia has shades of Yaz and Freddy Mercury on the opening track juxtaposed with the guttural vocalizations of death metal. The guitar work of Carlos Lozano Quintanilla and Filipe Baldaia are a wild mixture of mathematical genius, LSD, and a plethora of thirty-second note runs. ‘Katabasis’ can be an intense listen.
UPDATED: 70000 Tons Of Metal Announces First Full Wave Of Bands For 2019
70,000 Tons Of Metal (70K of Metal) have completed announcing their first wave of bands for 2019. They include ACCEPT, Eluveitie, Subway to Sally, Vomitory, Delain, Ensiferum, Persefone, Warbringer, The Black Dahlia Murder, Coroner, Tiamat, and Gloryhammer, with many more to come. The cruise will take place from January 31st to February 4th2019 from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Labadee, Haiti. Continue reading
A Perfect Circle To Headline Be Prog! My Friend Festival 2018
In major festival news for summer 2018, A Perfect Circle has been added to headline Be Prog! My Friend festival in Barcelona. Also announced for the fest are Katatonia and Oranssi Pazuzu. Continue reading
Persefone – Spiritual Migration
From the tiny country of Andorra, nestled high in the Pyrenees Mountains between France and Spain, come the 6-piece progressive death metal band, Persefone.Continue reading