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Latest Amplifier News
Below is our complete Amplifier news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
U.K. rock quartet Amplifier has released a lyric video for "Matmos," the opening track from the band's Kscope debut, "Echo Street," due out April 23rd. The video is streaming on the Echo Street mini-site right here (or in the player below), which also features the "Matmos" music video, album info, downloads, pre-order links, audio, live dates and a free MP3 of "Matmos."
"Echo Street" marks the band's first effort with its revamped four-piece line-up, delivering a subtle shift in style and allowing for a mix of the band's signature epic space rock jams with accessible pieces boasting three-part vocal harmonies.
"We are extraordinarily pleased with Echo Street," said vocalist/guitarist, Sel Balamir. "We didn't think that we could better The Octopus, but I think that Echo Street has a timeless quality about it. It's probably the Amplifier album that most people will know with time. There's something really special about it..."
The track listing is:
2. The Wheel
3. Extra Vehicular
4. Paris In The Spring
5. Never & Always
6. Between Today & Yesterday
7. Echo Street
8. Mary Rose More...
The organizers of Great Britain's Damnation Festival, which will take place on November 5th at Leeds University Union in Leeds, England, have announced four more additions for this year's edition of the event. British thrasher Evile will be performing at the festival, as will new confirmations Turisas, Xerath and A Man Called Catten.
You can check out a poster featuring the updated lineup below. More...
The organizers of the Damnation Festival have checked in with the following update about adding more bands to the lineup:
"Reformed industrial metal pioneers Godflesh head up the latest bookings for Damnation Festival 2011. Joining them at Leeds University Union on Bonfire Night, Saturday, November 5 will be post-rockers God is an Astronaut, who top the third stage and the atmospheric black metal their fellow Irishmen Altar of Plagues.
"The three bands expand on the already diverse bill for 2011's finest UK metal event, so far boasting Ulver, Decapitated, Doom, Amplifier, Shining, Dragged Into Sunlight and Astrohenge, with main stage headliners amongst the many more still to be announced."
The organiser's of Great Britain's Damnation Festival has announced the first batch of bands for this year's event. Polish death metal veterans Decapitated will be performing their only show in the U.K. at the festival, where they will be joined by crust punk legends Doom, progressive rock outfit Amplifier and blackened doom metal band, Dragged Into The Sunlight. The event will be held at Leeds Union University on Bonfire Night, Saturday, November 5th.