Sabaton dropped by the new KIDS AREA yesterday and met the youngest visitors for a while. Junior meet & greetRead more
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The tuff and friendly guys just arrived to Falun. Rock & RollRead more
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Rock & Roll friends! Soon it’s time for the annual trip to FalunRead more
Today it was delivered. The 2017 Official Hard Rock Car by @bilmetro & @volkswagensverige Big thanks to the magnificent @matsbjorklund for yet another great year as partnerRead more
Officially framed. Game onRead more
Eclipse was formed in 1999 in Stockholm by singer/guitarist/bassist Erik Mårtensson and drummer/keyboardist Anders Berlin. Together with guitarist Magnus Henriksson they received a record deal with English label Z Records. The band’s debut album, The Truth and A Little More was released in 2001.
Eclipse later received a contract with the Italian label Frontiers Records in April 2004 released the album Second To None. In 2008, they released the album Are You Ready to Rock. Erik Mårtensson then wrote most of the song material for the side project WET which consisted of members from Work of Art (W), Eclipse (E) and Talisman (T). Their self-titled debut was released in 2009 and became famous in the genre of melodic hard rock and the AOR radio format.
In 2012, they released the album Bleed & Scream. The title track was released as a single and also became the band’s first official video. The album entered Sverigetopplistan at number 44.
The band released their fifth album Armageddonize in February 2015, which debuted at number 49 on Sverigetopplistan. On 30, November 2015, SVT announced that Eclipse would participate in Melodifestivalen 2016 with the song “Runaways”. The song was written by Erik Mårtensson, and competed in the fourth semi-final which took place February 27 in Gävle. Eclipse finished in fifth place and were eliminated from the competition.
The band release their sixth album Monumentum in March 2017 and will appear on day 1 of the Frontiers Rock Festival IV held in Trezzo (Milano), Italy, 29-30 March 2017.
The clown has snuck out from the circus and is climbing through your bedroom window. Now he wants to tell you a story.
Avatar build their vast universe on a few very simple principals. All great metal is created by understanding that the riff is king and that the riff is groove. Whether it’s a blast beat or a back beat, you need to understand the vessel in which your riff will be carried. Once it takes off, all you need to do is follow. Let the music play you. This is how it’s supposed to be.
Hailing from Gothenburg, Sweden the lads grew up in the eye of a storm of local musicians made up of metal greats and legends who conquered the world and redrew the map of heavy metal on a monthly basis. This was the measuring stick, and the group have proudly taken on the challenge ever since.
Forever Still are a completely honest and emotional in-your-face heavy rock band with no
excuses. The band’s wide array of brooding beats, atmospheric electronic textures, and
stocky guitar riffs, all compliment vocal powerhouse Maja Shining’s emotionally revealing
lyrics, which range from soft lullaby tones to scathing and aggressive full throttle screams.
Hailing from Copenhagen, Denmark, and consisting of Maja Shining, Mikkel Haastrup,
Maja Partsch, and Dennis Stockmarr, the band have built a large following by delivering
breath-taking shows fuelled by a consecutive level of very high quality releases – this is
no small feat, especially for a truly DIY band with no major backing.
In 2013, Forever Still released their debut EP “Breaking Free” to extensive critical
acclaim and widely toured the record throughout Scandinavia. The following year the
band returned to the studio to record the first of three EPs that now make up their
full-length concept album ‘Tied Down’. The record grapples with a glut of personal issues
stemming from depression, anxiety, and worthlessness, through to perseverance and
recovery. The first EP picked up glowing reviews, as did the second record entitled ‘Save
Me’. The sophomore EP was released in April 2015 and Forever Still undertook a hugely
successful European tour, which saw the rocksters headline their first run of UK dates.
Forever Still has now unleashed their eagerly awaited debut full length album “Tied
Down” in January, which is followed by extensive European touring