The contests are rolling in at an insane pace! This time we're handing out 1x2 tickets for the upcoming show with Brutus in Copenhagen on March 27th at BETA.
The requirements are simple: For your chance to win, send your full name to firstname.lastname@example.org before 18:00 on Friday, March 24th. Remember also to indicate the band's name in the headline of your e-mail. The winner will be contacted directly.
Udo Dirkschneider, the famed former vocalist of German heavy metal group Accept, will perform at Amager Bio in Copenhagen under his solo Dirkschneider moniker on November 28th, as part of his ”Back to the Roots” touring cycle.
The trek sees Dirkschneider focusing on classic material by Accept during his reign in the band — but this will be the last chance to witness the musician doing so before he will resume touring off the back of his own music as U.D.O..
Satyricon will tour Europe to promote their upcoming, as-of-yet untitled new album, which is tentatively set for release on September 22nd. The trek includes two concerts in Denmark: one at Pumpehuset in Copenhagen on October 17th and another at Train in Århus on October 19th.
Tortona, Italy-born psychedelic doom metallers Ufomammut have picked September 22nd as the official release date for their new album, which they have simply titled ”8”, on Neurot Recordings. Further information about the effort is still pending, but you can view some in-studio footage of the band recording it below.
Mogwai’s most recent studio album, ”Rave Tapes”, dates back to 2014 and was praised by our writer LF in her review. You can watch the official music video for one of the songs from it, entitled ”The Lord is Out of Control”, right here:
Danish punk-rockers Forever Unclean have premiered the music video for ”Float” — the title track to their new EP, which releases this Friday, March 24th on Disconnect Disconnect Records. Watch the clip right here, courtesy of Punknews.org:
Should you be unable to attend, the band will play at the venue again on May 27th, supporting the American alt-punk group Pile. Tickets for that show are available via Billetto.dk for 80 DKK (+ fees) and the official Facebook event is found here.
Finnish avant-garde rockers Circle have booked a performance at Copenhagen venue Stengade on April 19th. Tickets cost 125 DKK (+ fees) and can be bought now via Place2book.com. The official Facebook event is found here.
The latest addition to Circle’s sprawling discography, ”Pharaoh Overlord”, dates back to 2015 — stream one of the songs from it, ”Madonna of Viggiano”, right here:
The Sydney, Australia-spawned post-rockers of sleepmakeswaves have shared the first singles from their upcoming album, ”Made of Breath Only”, which will be released through Pelagic Records on March 31st. The songs are called ”Tundra” and ”Midnight Sun”, and are available to stream below.
The Copenhagen, Denmark-based death/thrash metallers of Deus Otiosus have unleashed a new song off their upcoming fourth album, ”Opposer”, which Great Dane Records will have in stores on April 30th. The track carries the title of ”Kneel” and can be streamed right here:
Bayonne, France-born doom/drone/sludge metal group Monarch! will play a show at KB18 in Copenhagen on April 04th, with support from the Japanese experimental doom/sludge metallers Birushanah and the local stoner-doom crew Gaia.
The festivities will take place at a train depot close to the old Enghave Station in Copenhagen (address: Enghavevej 80, 2450 København SV) on May 26th and 27th, with more information available in the official Facebook event.
The psychedelic rock and shoegaze branch of Copenhagen Psych Fest, meanwhile, will take place at the same location between August 10th and 13th. The Facebook event for that event is found here.
Head over to the Decibel Magazine website to stream the self-titled début album by Danish black metallers ORM, which lands in stores this Friday, March 24th.
Be sure to join us at the official release party at Loppen — also on Friday — for which they’ve tapped Gny as support. Tickets cost 70 DKK (+ fees) via Billetlugen.dk, with more information available in the Facebook event here.
Fans situated elsewhere in Denmark can consider the following show options as well:
Minot, ND-based depressive black metal act Ghost Bath has unleashed a new song titled ”Ambrosial” from their upcoming album, ”Starmourner”, which lands in stores on April 21st via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Stream it right here: