All the bite sized news from Tuesday 2nd March
Niclas Engelin will miss In Flames‘ European tour dates. The band posted on their Facebook page, “Niclas will be extending his hiatus though out the Summer to focus on personal matters. Your support has meant a great deal to both Niclas and Chris Broderick, who will remain on the road for the time being.”
After recently announcing a Latin America tour, the transcontinental progressive metallers MONUMENTS have announced European dates:
Phronesis Summer 2019 – MONUMENTS with Deity‘S Muse
03.07. (UK) Brighton – The Haunt
04.07. (UK) Norwich – Waterside
05.07. (UK) Birmingham – The Flapper
06.07. (UK) Newark – UK Tech Fest+
07.07. (UK) Milton Keynes – The Craufurd Arms
08.07. (IT) Milan – Dissonance Festival+
02.08. (UK) Guildford – Radar Festival+
+ without Deity‘S Muse
CELLAR DARLING has teamed up with game developers Deep Silver in celebration of their recently released open-world role-playing game OUTWARD. Now they reveal a trailer of the new game which features the title track of CELLAR DARLING‘s new album ‘The Spell‘.
Manegarm have released a new video for the song Hervors Arv which is taken from their upcoming album Fornaldarsagor which is released on April 26th.
Stoner rockers Black Mirrors also have a new video out for Lay My Burden Down which is well worth a listen for fans of Clutch, Graveyard and Ten Foot Wizard.
Psychedelic instrumental space rock group Monkey3 have an art video for Prism out now. Get the herbs out and crank this one up.
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Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks’ Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week.
Definitely has never been the future, present or past of Welsh music.