A new supergroup has emerged featuring members of Eyehategod, Neurosis, Nachtmystium, and Yakuza. Prepare to face Collections House, which features Mike IX Williams (Eyehategod), Scott Kelly (Neurosis), Sanford Parker (Nachtmystium) and Bruce Lamont (Yakuza). The band will be embarking on a rare tour, which will see them tackle 19 cities, beginning in Brooklyn, NY and ending in Denver, CO. The description on the band’s Facebook states that the shows “…will be 4 solo sets; experimental/spoken word/acoustic + end times collaboration.”
Check below for the full touring schedule. READ MORE
Century Media Records has announced the Carnival Of Sounds II sampler, which includes music from 16 artists under their label. The download is 100% free and features some really great bands, including Destiny Potato, who I’m keeping a close eye on. Also included are the badass Vildhjarta and the legendary Devin Townsend (interview). All info, including track list, can be found below. READ MORE
Century Media Records artist Nachtmystium is gearing up for the July 31st release of their sixth-studio album, Silencing Machine (iTunes pre-order). To build up buzz, the band has released some making-of videos showing them in the studio recording the material as well as interview footage with each member. You can watch the footage below.
Silencing Machine is the follow-up to 2010′s Addicts: Black Meddle, Part II. Below is the tack list and cover art for Silencing Machine. READ MORE
It’s summertime and Century Media wants to make sure that you rock long and hard through the heat! That’s why they’ve put out a free sampler of a ton of their artists, including In This Moment, Suicide Silence, TesseracT, Jeff Loomis, Fozzy, Nachtmystium, and a ton others. You can download this free sampler here.
Also below is the official video for In This Moment’s “Blood”, which comes off their upcoming album Blood, which comes out Aug. 14th. READ MORE
Yesterday, we brought you an exclusive interview with Dani Filth, singer of Cradle of Filth. Today, we’ve got an exclusive interview with CoF guitarist, Paul Allender, who talks about his side project of creating horror art. Then, we’ve got a gear walkthrough where Paul shows us his signature PRS guitar (I want it) and his amp set up. Lastly, we’ve got some samples of his artwork. Check it out all out after the jump!
Bloody-Disgusting caught up with Cradle of Filth frontman Dani Filth while they were on tour with Turisas and Nachtmystium. We chatted about the tour, the new album, the influence of horror on Dani and whether or not he’d like to return to acting since Cradle Of Fear. Check out the exclusive interview after the jump as well as some exclusive live photos of Cradle rocking out Detroit.
Nachtmystium have released a video for ‘Every Last Drop’, off the newest album, ‘Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. II’. The clip, which can be seen below, is vaguely reminiscent of Aronofsky’s ‘Requiem For A Dream’, so if that movie made you a wee bit sick to your stomach, this will do the same. Enjoy!
Cradle of Filth will be doing a full US headlining tour starting in February of 2011 with Nachtmystium, Turisas, and Daniel Lioneye as direct openers. Tickets will go on sale this Saturday, the 30th, HERE, so make sure to snag up a few if you don’t want to miss out on the show.
NACHTMYSTIUM embrace the true spirit of individuality and intolerance forming solely as an outlet to express the dark musical visions and summonings of those involved. This vicious, uncompromising group’s (led by mastermind Blake Judd) has also just lent itself to the new disturbing and eerie new video clip for the track, “Every Last Drop,” shot by Jimmy Hubbard and Seldon Hunt, edited by Alan Dubin (ex-Khanate, Gnaw), Special FX Make Up by Brandy McDonald and the Director of Photography Chris Polinski. It also features Judd, Bruce Lamont (Yakuza) and Aubrey Smith (the girl on the Addicts: Pt. 2 cover).. It was shot in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday July 24th and Sunday July 25th. Click on the link HERE now to view the video stills.
We are also proud to announce NACHTMYSTIUM’s next step in global intoxication, as the psychedelically lethal horde will headline the most cerebrally brutal underground tours of the year. Be sure to head over to http://www.myspace.com/nachtmystium to acclimate yourself with this phenomenon.
Nachtmystium’s next step in global intoxication is set, as the psychedelically lethal horde will headline the most cerebrally brutal underground tours of the year. Be sure to head over to http://www.myspace.com/nachtmystium to acclimate yourself with this phenomenon.
Set to kick off in early September, Nachtmystium will be joined by brethren Zoroaster, The Atlas Moth and Dark Castle. Presented by Stereogum and Haunting The Chapel, the nearly month-long trek will weave it’s twisted path through sections of the Eastern and Midwest U.S. and into Canada for several dates, before coming to a halt in Nachtmystium’s Chicago stomping grounds, surely leaving a trail of smoldering cerebrums in its wake. Still heavily supporting their latest black-mangled-rock fantasy album Addicts: Addicts: Black Meddle Part II, which was released in North America in early June via Century Media, the other groove, space, doom, thunder and noise elements culminated by openers Zoroaster, The Atlas Moth and Dark Castle should prove this tour to be the most mind-melting of them all.
NACHTMYSTIUM embrace the true spirit of individuality and intolerance forming solely as an outlet to express the dark musical visions and summonings of those involved. This vicious, uncompromising group’s (led by mastermind Blake Judd) much anticipated new full-length offering, Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. II, is set for a June 8th release. The disc is hailed by Decibel Magazine as “One of the 25 most anticipated albums of 2010.”
Blake Judd also recently spoke with The Examiner and speaks in-depth about a plethora of topics He is quick with the commentary and stone-forged opinions, offering firm and honest explanations behind nearly every corner of the band’s startlingly mature progressive journey. Click HERE to check out this very interesting piece.
Stereogum has the premiere of “No Funeral,” taken from the band’s forthcoming album, Addicts: Black Meddle PT. II out June 8th. Check out it out HERE!
Also, singer/guitarist, Blake Judd checks in with this report: “Nachtmystium have just completed our first full-European / UK headlining tour. The tour was amazing and we reached crowds everywhere in the UK, Scandinavia, the Baltic states and western Europe. We’d like to thank all of our friends and fans who came out in support of our conquest across this continent.
Nachtmystium embrace the true spirit of individuality and intolerance forming solely as an outlet to express the dark musical visions and summonings of those involved. A new video trailer based upon the album’s dark visuals can be accessed now at the link below.
Few bands today embrace their own individualism to ultimately craft something truly unique and genre defying regardless of the sales potential. Enter the Chicago-based Nachtmystium who embrace the true spirit of individuality and intolerance forming solely as an outlet to express the dark musical visions and summonings of those involved.
This vicious, uncompromising group’s (led by mastermind Blake Judd) much anticipated new full-length offering, Addicts: Black Meddle Pt. II, is set for a June 8th release. The disc was recorded once again with Sanford Parker (Minsk) at Volume Studios. They have enlisted the talents of Wrest (Leviathan, Lurker of Chalice, Twilight) to record all drum tracks as well as Will Lindsay (Wolves in the Throne Room, Middian) on bass for this new album, which was hailed by Decibel Magazine as “One of the 25 most anticipated albums of 2010.”
So, instead of pummeling you guys with three small, separate stories, I figured I’d throw these three together to save you some time AND to get you some cool info! Read on to check out an interview with The Cult’s Johnny Tempesta, an article about GWAR’s Oderus Urungus, and lastly, a little blurb about the new Lazarus AD music video. Check it out after the jump! READ MORE