Eye of Odin
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After parting with the band's vocalist back in January, Eye Of Odin has now issued the following update about bringing on a new member:
"We are pleased to announce that we are now being fronted by long time friend, and metal veteran Jaron Evil (Ex-Archspire, Ex-Artep, Funeral Fornication, Ringbearer, Almuric, Seasons Of Sorrow).
"We have been working hard with Jaron, and are confident that the next stage of Eye Of Odin will be glorious, with Jaron at the helm, leading us to Valhalla! Get ready to get fucked in your ear-pussies with THE BLOOD OF MANY MORE!!" More...
Canadian folk metal band Eye Of Odin has issued the following announcement about parting ways with the band's vocalist:
"Due to differences and drama within the band, we, as Eye of Odin, have collectively chosen to part ways with Cody. Eye of Odin will still move forward, albeit with a different vocalist.
"The rest of Odin feel confident in this decision and now feel able to carry on unabated with this glorious band.
"The reasons for this decision are many, but needless to say, we unanimously feel like Odin can now move forward and obtain the glory it has so long awaited. Rest assured a new vocalist will be found and will lead us to Valhalla! 2015 Will be the year of Odin." More...
As was previously announced, folk metal act Scythia will be headlining the Nerd Fest, which takes place in Vancouver on November 19th at the Rickshaw Theatre. Scythia has now posted a teaser trailer for the festival online, which can be viewed below.
Nerd Fest is a night of medieval fantasy that will showcase local folk metal clans Scythia, Eye Of Odin, and Celestial Ruin along with entertainment ranging from sword fighting, tattoo artistry, burlesque dancing (Tiffany Truth), fantasy multimedia (films), a costume contest, and a multitude of vendors who will showcase unique local-made crafts for medieval enthusiasts.
Nerd Fest, a night of medieval fantasy, returns to Vancouver on November 19th at the Rickshaw Theatre with local folk metal clans Scythia, Eye Of Odin, and Celestial Ruin. Scythia will be headlining the fest after the band released second studio album "...Of Exile" last month.
Fantasy metal won't be the only entertainment at Nerd Fest; the festival also incorporates everything from sword fighting, tattoo artistry, burlesque dancing, fantasy multimedia, a costume contest and a multitude of vendors whom will be present to showcase their unique local-made crafts for medieval enthusiasts. Tickets are available here.
Dave Khan vocalist/guitarist of Scythia and one of the event organizers of Nerd Fest commented on what fantasy fans can expect: "Nerd Fest is a night dedicated to celebrating our love for all things fantasy. And we will celebrate by making it sexy with burlesque and cool with some really prominent local fantasy bands. We are really stoked to be putting on a multimedia variety night with a theme. It's been a blast organizing it because it's been really easy to garner support. The idea seems like something that really resonates with the sponsors and performers that we are recruiting."
Event details are as follows:
Saturday, November 19, 2011 6:00 PM - 2:00 AM
The Rickshaw Theatre
254 E Hastings
Vancouver BC (Downtown)
Min. Age: 19+
Dress Code: Costume preferred
Eye of Odin, which refers to itself as "victory metal," has posted the song "The Sacrifice / The Blood of Many" online, which is the opening track from "Winterborn."
You can also check out two bizarre and tongue-in-cheek teaser videos for "Winterborn" in the clips below. More...