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Copenhagen Psych Fest 2016

Copenhagen Psych Fest 2016

I practically can’t believe it. Here we are yet again, Copenhagen Psych Fest, for the third time and bigger than ever. Sure, there have been all kinds of precursor events like the winter and spring editions and pleasant as they were, nothing quite compares to ‘the real deal’, the ultimate psych gathering in Denmark by far, and possibly even Scandinavia. The rise has been fast-paced; from starting small at Stengade in 2014 with two stages, only to move to Huset-KBH and upgrading both capacity and number of stages, to now finally ...

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New Danish band Telos posts first single: "Hadean"

Posted by AP on 24/08/16

Danish math-y, blackened hardcore newcomers Telos have posted the first single from their forthcoming self-titled EP, which is expected to be released sometime this Fall. The track is called ”Hadean”, and can be streamed below.


The band is playing its début show at KB18 in Copenhagen on September 17th as the opening act for Plebeian Grandstand, Église and Whorls. Tickets cost 60 DKK (+ fees), and can be bought from Billetto.dk. The official Facebook event meanwhile, is found here.


Vader posts lyric video for "Prayer to the God of War"

Posted by AP on 23/08/16

Polish death metal machine Vader have posted a lyric video for a new track dubbed ”Prayer to the God of War”, which appears on the newly released ”Iron Times” EP. The outing will be succeeded by a full-length album titled ”The Empire” on November 04th.


Music video for new Touché Amoré track "Skyscraper" premieres

Posted by AP on 23/08/16

Burbank, CA melodic ‘wave’ hardcore act Touché Amoré have premiered the official music video for ”Skyscraper”, taken off their upcoming album ”Stage Four”, which comes out via Epitaph Records on September 16th. The record deals with the loss of frontman Jeremy Bolm’s mother to cancer, and of this particular song he offered:


My mother always dreamed of New York City. Whenever I would travel there, she’d demand stories including hyper specific details of the buildings and a new tchotchke of a historic landmark. She had moved from Nebraska to California and was never able to travel east. When she was diagnosed with cancer, I knew I had to make the trip happen. In the spring of 2014, months before she passed, her dream came true. My brother, her and I hit every tourist location imaginable.


Aside from the cancer making her weak, she had severe scoliosis which prevented her from being on her feet too long, so we pushed her all over the city in a wheelchair. It got us to the front of every line as if she were royalty to now everyone, not just me. Her eyes lit up in time square, and her mouth never lost a smile on the subway train. “Skyscraper” is a thank you letter to the city that brought her so much joy at a time when joy felt unattainable. Her ashes were buried in her small hometown in Nebraska I’ll likely never see again, but when I’m in New York City I feel her love.


Ulcerate debuts new song: "Extinguished Light"

Posted by AP on 23/08/16

Auckland, New Zealand -based technical death metal group Ulcerate have set October 28th as the release date for its new album ”Shrines of Paralysis” on Relapse Records, and unleashed the first single from it in the form of ”Extinguished Light”. You can stream that song right here:


Muncie Girls make single "Respect" available for "Name Your Price"

Posted by MAK on 23/08/16

Exeter indie-punk trio Muncie Girls have released their single "Respect" as part of a "Name Your Price" download deal with all proceeds raising funds in aid of Refugee Action.


Bass player, Lande Hekt explains:

Refugee Action is a UK-based charity that supports refugees and asylum seekers and campaigns for a fairer asylum system. They do such important work, so check them out!

‘Respect’ is taken from the band’s debut album ‘From Caplan To Belsize’, reviewed by HES here. The single is indicative of the band’s ongoing motivation to deal with social and political issues and acts as their message to any “lad” that has been caught up in the rape culture that’s rife in our current society, particularly on university campuses and online. Fuelled by discontent and anxiety, Muncie Girls eloquently address issues of modern living as a self-aware young adult.


You can purchase "Respect" here.

New Crobot song "Plague of the Mammoths" available for streaming

Posted by AP on 23/08/16

Pottsville, PA based hard rockers Crobot have unleashed another track from their forthcoming album ”Welcome to Fat City”, which is set to be released via Nuclear Blast Records on September 23rd. Stream the song, entitled "Plague of the Mammoths", right here:



Crobot is booked as the opening act for Volbeat’s two arena shows in Denmark this autumn. Those take place at Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning on October 19th, and at Forum in Frederiksberg on October 27th, and are sold out.

Baby Woodrose debuts new song: "21st Century Slave"

Posted by AP on 23/08/16

Danish psychedelic garage rockers Baby Woodrose have posted the first single from their upcoming album ”Freedom”, which comes out via Bad Afro Records on September 16th. The song is called ”21st Century Slave”, and can be streamed at the bottom of this item.


Fans can catch the band live at any of the following domestic shows this autumn:


October 07th - Studenterhuset, Aalborg, DEN

October 08th - Posten, Odense, DEN

October 15th - Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, DEN

October 21st - Radar, Århus, DEN

October 22nd - Bygningen, Vejle, DEN

November 05th - Loppen, Copenhagen, DEN


Korn posts music video for new song "Insane"

Posted by AP on 22/08/16

Following the track’s premiere yesterday, KoRn have now posted the music video for ”Insane”, which appears on their upcoming album ”The Serenity of Suffering” — out October 21st. Watch the video right here:


Devin Townsend Project debuts new song: "Secret Sciences"

Posted by AP on 22/08/16

Another new Devin Townsend Project song dubbed ”Secret Sciences” has founds its way online, and can be streamed below. The track is taken from the progressive metallers’ upcoming album ”Transcendence”, which InsideOut Music will have in stores on September 09th.


Danish will get two chances to see the band live next year: first, at VoxHall in Århus on February 22nd (tickets, Facebook event) and next, at Amager Bio in Copenhagen on March 05th (tickets, Facebook event). Both dates feature support from Between The Buried And Me and Leprous to form a veritable prog-metal extravaganza no fan of the genre should miss.


Watch Caspian's first-ever music video for "Arcs of Command"

Posted by AP on 22/08/16

Beverly, MA -based post-rock group Caspian has premiered its first-ever music video for the song ”Arcs of Command”, which appears on last year’s ”Dust and Disquiet” LP (reviewed by us here). You can watch the clip below whilst looking forward to catching them live at Beta in Copenhagen on August 31st. Support will be provided by London, United Kingdom -born cellist and composer Jo Quail.


Tickets for that show are available from Billetlugen.dk for 130 DKK (+ fees), with more information available in the official Facebook event.


Pagandom to release first album in 22 years in October

Posted by AP on 22/08/16

Swedish thrashers Pagandom, said to be an important early influence for Gothenburg’s legendary melodic death metal scene, will release a new album dubbed ”Hurt as a Shadow” (their first recorded output since 1994’s debut ”Crushtime”) through Gain Music Entertainment on October 28th. The effort comprises the following tracks:


01. “Forever”

02. “An Entity a Ghost”

03. “Hurt as a Shadow”

04. “Behind the Words”

05. “Catapults & Trapdoors”

06. “Monochrome Vision”

07. “Breather”

08. “Not of Diamonds”

09. “Bridges Burn”

10. “Terminal Narcissist”

11. “No Hope to be Lost”

12. “Flooded City”

Against Me! premieres music video for new song "Crash"

Posted by AP on 22/08/16

Against Me! have premiered the music video for a new song called ”Crash” taken from their upcoming album ”Shape Shift With Me”, which comes out on September 16th via Xtra Mile Recordings. Watch the clip right here:


New Barricade track "Slave the Fire" premieres

Posted by AP on 22/08/16

Danish sludge metallers Barricade have premiered another song off their upcoming album ”Waker” via Devilution.dk. The track carries the title of ”Slave the Fire”, and can be heard below. The album itself is set to be released via Black Grain Records on September 30th.


The band will celebrate the record’s release with a concert at Beta in Copenhagen on October 01st, with Redwood Hill and Justin Hate also set to appear.


Tickets cost 80 DKK (+ fees) in pre-sale, and can be bought via Billetlugen.dk. The official Facebook event meanwhile is found here.


New Danish trio John Alcabean premieres "Fire" video

Posted by LF on 22/08/16

A new Danish post-punk trio called John Alcabean played an impressive set at this year's Uhørt Festival in Copenhagen and now they have a music video out for their song "Fire". Their music draws on various shoegaze and alt-rock influences and their debut EP, "Real Time Fiction", will be out on September 2nd.


You can check out the music video here, premiering exclusively through Upset Magazine.

Night Verses premiere video for "Strange Graves"

Posted by LF on 22/08/16

Los Angeles post-hardcore band Night Verses have premiered an animated music video for their song "Strange Graves" which you can watch below. It comes from their latest album, the excellent "Into The Vanishing Light", which you can read TL's review of here.


Jimmy Eat World debuts new single: "Get Right"

Posted by AP on 22/08/16

Mesa, AZ alternative rock icons Jimmy Eat World have debuted the lead single from their forthcoming album, the details for which are yet to be revealed. The song is called ”Get Right”, and you can watch a lyric video for it below.


In an interview with BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter this past weekend, frontman Jim Adkins also confirmed that the band would embark on a lengthy world tour in support of the record — presumably sometime next year.


We at Rockfreaks.net intend to watch them at the Riot Fest & Carnival in Chicago, IL in just over three weeks’ time, with a contingent of five scribes heading over the pond for that festival.


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