Tuesday, April 24, 2018
GIK Acoustics - Europe
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The Moshville Times

Album News: Metal Allegiance, Argus Megere, Twilight Force, Armageddon

I’ll just squeeze this in amongst all the Bloodstock interviews…

Metal Allegiance - Fallen HeroesMetal Allegiance

This supergroup have a new EP available to pre-order, in the runup to their appearance at Bloodstock. Fallen Heroes is out on August 12th and pays homage to the 3 legends – Lemmy Kilmister, David Bowie, and Glenn Frey. You can pre-order it digitally or as a bundle including a t-shirt, download and sleeve lithograph.

Track list:

  1. “Iron Fist” featuring Troy Sanders
  2. “Suffragette City” featuring Mark Osegueda
  3. “Life In The Fast Lane” featuring Alissa White-Gluz

Argus Megere

Timisoara based misanthropic black metal band Argus Megere are back on track and announcing the work in progress at what will be their fourth studio album. The new material will be titled VEII and is scheduled to be released via Loud Rage Music by the end of this year, followed shortly after by a tour celebrating the band’s 20 years of activity.

To get a glimpse of how the new material will sound, check out Argus Megere performing a track that will be featured on it, “Carul Cerului”, live at Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2015 here:

Twilight Force - Heroes of Mighty MagicTwilight Force

Swedish adventure metallers, Twilight Force, will release their sophomore album entitled Heroes Of Mighty Magic on August 26th through Nuclear Blast. After last week’s episode betrayed details about the Force’s allies, today’s chapter of the trailer series deals with the album artwork and the concept behind it. Learn more about the fabulous art created by Kerem Beyit:

Armageddon - Crossing The Rubicon RevisitedArmageddon

Now based in NY, Swedish technical death metal band Armageddon are re-releasing their classic album Crossing the Rubicon later this year. Produced by Fredrik Nordström at Studio Fredman in Göteborg, Sweden, Armageddon’s debut album was originally released in May 1997. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Crossing the Rubicon really generated waves when it came out, probably one of the accomplished Swedish metal debut album ever released , as Christopher remembers:

The creation of the whole project was a collaboration between me and Michael (Christopher’ brother now playing in Arch Enemy). We are both sci-fi fans. The album is a concept album about the destruction of the planet, and the escape and subsequent adventures of the earth’s survivors. Apart from the obvious metal influences, we were also looking towards bands like Yes and Rush for the conceptual progressive rock feel of the 70s—hence our decision to give each member a solo track. Michael and I were less than thrilled when the movie Armageddon came out a year after Armageddon’s debut. It was also a crap movie.

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