Still have a few 2016 articles to post, but they’re not relevant for the “medal awarding” one, so there’s no reason to postpone it anymore – and what better date to it than my birthday? As usual, let’s start with … Continue reading →
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Tagged best of 2016, Five Finger Death Punch, Heavenwood, hills have eyes, Infraktor, Moonspell, personal choices, Ricky Warwick, Sam Alone, Satan Takes A Holiday, sister, Sonic Syndicate, The Awakening
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Originally posted in The Black Planet. SONIC SYNDICATE’s new album “Confessions” was released on October 14th via Despotz Records (review here) and that same night they threw a party to celebrate it in Gothenburg. The following night was their hometown … Continue reading →
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Originally posted in The Black Planet. Around since 2003, MINDSHIFT have suffered several line-up changes but it seems they’ve found in the current one the stability they deserve – a stability matching the steadfastness of their latest record “Horizon” (review here). … Continue reading →
Originally posted in The Black Planet. A little bird had told me that “Confessions” would be totally different from what SONIC SYNDICATE had done so far. The same little bird even said that many people would claim that “this isn’t … Continue reading →
After so many months of delayed posts, didn’t think I’d be able to line up the “medal winners” by the end of the year, but here they are. 2015 in numbers: 109 performances, 34 events, 11 cities, 4 countries. This … Continue reading →
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Tagged Amorphis, best of 2015, Bring Me The Horizon, cinemuerte, Danzig, Don't Fall Asleep, Equaleft, Ghost, Hardcore Superstar, highlights, hills have eyes, Huntress, killus, Mötley Crüe, Moonspell, personal faves, Sonic Syndicate, The End Of Grace, The Year, tribulation, We Are The Catalyst, worst of 2015
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Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. The first leg of The Diabolical Tour of Art isn’t really to promote Sonic Syndicate’s new album, as they’ve only played the two singles recently released (“Before You Finally Break” and “Black Hole Halo”). That … Continue reading →
Tagged Düsseldorf, John Bengtsson, Miche Degradead, modern metal, Nathan Biggs, Nuclear Blast, Robin Sjunnesson, Sonic Syndicate, SoSy, The Diabolical Tour Of Art, Zakk
Originally written for Valkyrian Music. Being a die-hard fan of Sonic Syndicate, to say I was eager for this album is quite an understatement. But precisely due that “die-hardness”, I knew how this 4-year hiatus was necessary, after the new challenges … Continue reading →
Similar to what I did in January for Robin‘s birthday, here are Karin‘s pics. And no, I wasn’t trying to be “artistic” in those with the twisted angles – I was just dodging the cameramen who were filming for the … Continue reading →
Back in 2009 I travelled to Sweden (my first time there) to see Roland Johansson‘s last shows with SONIC SYNDICATE in their homecountry – Sticky Fingers in Göteborg and Stagedive Day Out fest in Nykvärn. I posted about both on … Continue reading →