Swedish industrial black metallers Diabolicum have premiered a new track from their forthcoming full-length, Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows), over at Decibel. The song is the raw, noisy and bleak “Silent Spring”, which spews out malevolent riff after malevolent riff as it slowly builds into a haunting and depressive climax. The band provided a single statement regarding the new tune:
The world has not gotten worse, just more disgusting.
Swedish cult industrial black metal outfit Diabolicum have premiered a new track from their long-awaited new album, Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows), over at No Clean Singing. The track is titled “Salvation Through Vengeance” and it storms right out of hell’s gate with menacing, blackened guitars and mechanized drums that are propelled by Shining’s Niklas Kvarforth’s maniacal ululations. It’s five minutes of sacrilegious heaviness. Stream it for yourself at this location.
Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows) will be released on July 7 via Code666. Pre-orders are available here.
Shining (the Swedish one) is a fucked up band. We all know that. I don’t think that has been more evident as of late than today. Today the band released their new music video and it is… Unsafe for anything ever. The video is for the bands track “Vilja & Dröm” and.. Yeah. The video features footage of actual violence and murder, so yeah. Very NSFW. You can watch it on your own accord after the jump. Continue reading →
After 14 years of inactivity, cult Swedish industrial black metal outfit Diabolicum will return this year with their third full-length album, Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows). The newly reformed misanthropes, who now feature Shining‘s Niklas Kvarforth in their ranks, will release the follow-up to 2001’s The Dark Blood Rising on July 7 via Code666 in special digipak CD format as well as limited edition double gatefold LP and deluxe limited leather box. The album will boast nine new tracks and will feature guest contributions from Malfeitor Fabban (Aborym) and Vargher (Naglfar, Bewitched, Ancient Wisdom). The album’s track listing can be found after the break.
Swedish black metal act Shining will soon release their new album IX – Everyone, Everything, Everywhere Ends and the band is now streaming the album in full. I’ve been listening to this today and I really dig it. I have always been a fan of Shining and I will always listen to whatever they put out. You can check out a full stream of the album after the jump. Do it. It’ll crush you. Continue reading →
Shining, the SDBM band from Sweden not the jazzy one from Norway, will be releasing their new album IX – Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends at the end of next month and the band has released their third and final single off of the album. The track is titled “Framtidsutsikter” and, after it’s somewhat somber intro, it proceeds to crush and destroy with rage and angst. Check out the track below and get run over. YES. Continue reading →
Sweden’s Shining (the black metal one, not the weird jazzy one) will be releasing their latest offering IX: Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends in April and the band has released the albums first track. “Vilja & Dröm” is a beast of black metal debauchery. Shining never disappoint, so I knew from the get that IX would be rad. Well, upon first listen, this new track is ‘mazing. Check it out below. Continue reading →
Norwegian pioneers of “blackjazz” Shining have premiered the official video for their track “Blackjazz Rebels”, from their album One One One, over at Metal Injection. The track is set to a clip of compiled live footage of their recent tours. But the most important thing is that noisy, groovy jam that it is set to. Check it out after the break.
Well what a fucking tour this one is. The Dillinger Escape Plan, Retox, Trash Talk and (Norway’s) Shining are teaming up for one beast of a tour for the month of April. I mean, holy shit, is that a line-up or what? I’m personally not a fan of Shining (not this one anyway), but the other three are all amazing bands. You can check out the full poster and dates after the jump. Continue reading →
Though Norway’s Shining have been around for a little while now, it was until 2010’s Blackjazz that the band started garnering mass attention and turning heads. The album’s thick, chaotic sound combined strong elements of jazz fusion, metal, and a plethora of other musical styles into a down-tuned, eccentric chimera of sorts. Shining has returned this year with the highly anticipated follow up to Blackjazz, One One One. With such an impressive album to follow up on, could Shining’s One One One actually be number one?