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Latest ReinXeed News
Below is our complete ReinXeed 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.
Christian power metal warriors Golden Resurrection - featuring ReinXeed vocalist/guitarist Tommy Johansson and DivineFire vocalist Christian Liljegren (Ex-Narnia) - released a new music video for the band's eponymous track from the latest LP "One Voice for the Kingdom." The album is available through Doolittle Group (see review here).
Check out the video here:
ReinXeed/Golden Resurrection guitarist/vocalist Tommy Johansson announced that his side project Swedish Hitz Goes Metal is back with Vol II, the follow up to the popular 2011 compilation, which will be released on October 25th via Doolittle Group. A trailer for the album can be heard below.
The track listing for the album is:
1. Dancing Queen (ABBA Cover)
2. Don't Stop The Music (Robyn Cover)
3. Alive (Da Buzz Cover)
4. One Of Us (ABBA Cover)
5. Tiger (ABBA Cover)
6. Does Your Mother Know (ABBA Cover)
7. Rock Me (ABBA Cover)
8. Voulez-Vous (ABBA Cover)
9. Take A Chance On Me (ABBA Cover)
10. All About The Money (Meja Cover)
11. Euphoria (Loreen Cover)
12. My Favourite Game (The Cardigans Cover)
Check out the trailer here: More...
Swedish power metal act ReinXeed, featuring Tommy Johansson (Golden Resurrection/Charlie Shred), posted a new music video for the track "Guitar Hero." The song appears on the upcoming album "A New World," which is scheduled for release on August 22, 2013 in Japan
and September 4, 2013 the rest of the world via Doolittle Group.
ReinXeed recently announced that it cancelled what would have been the band's debut U.S. performance at ProgPower USA in Atlanta this September due to "personal issues" of Johansson. The band cancelled all but one live performance for the rest of 2013.
Check out "Guitar Hero" here:
Swedish metal act ReinXeed has cancelled its first U.S. performance, which was scheduled for Saturday, September 7, 2013 at the ProgPower USA Festival in Atlanta, GA. Festival promoter Glenn Harveston announced that Chicago progressive metal act Divinity Compromised will fill the 2-3pm opening spot for that day.
The band provided the following explanation: "We are very sorry to announce our cancellation of ProgPower USA and all other shows and festivals in 2013. Due to personal private reasons Tommy ReinXeed will not do any more live shows after the "Rock out Wild" festival and for the rest of the year.
"We are all very sorry about this but respect his decision and are looking forward to the upcoming release of the album 'A New World' and new strength and motivation to tour in the future."
The revised lineup for ProgPower USA is as follows:
Thursday, September 5, 2013 (Kickoff Show):
In The Silence - 6:00 to 6:45
Circle II Circle - 7:15 to 8:45
Luca Turilli's Rhapsody - 9:30 to 11:45 More...
Swedish power metal act ReinXeed, featuring guitarist/vocalist Tommy Johansson (Golden Resurrection), posted the second in a series of video studio blogs as the band records the new LP "A New World." The album is targeted for release for late summer/early fall.
In this installment, Tommy records some of the vocal tracks for the song "The Journey Home":
Swedish power metal act ReinXeed, featuring guitarist/vocalist Tommy Johansson (Golden Resurrection), announced that the band is working on a new LP entitled "A New World." The album is targeted for release after the summer of 2013, with recording finished ahead of the band's first ever and exclusive U.S. appearance at the upcoming ProgPower USA Festival in Atlanta this September. The album is the follow up to the 2012 movie themed release "Welcome to the Theater" (see review here).
The band posted the first studio vlog, showcasing the drum recordings of Alfred Fridhagen. Check it out here: More...
Swedish symphonic power metal band ReinXeed, fronted by guitarist/vocalist Tommy Johansson (Golden Resurrection/Charlie Shred), announced that the band's new bassist is Chris David (a/k/a Christoph Davidsson) (Ex-Sledge Leather). The following announcement came via the band's Facebook Page:
"Now it is official that the bass player of ReinXeed is Chris David.
"Chris is from a village in Sweden called Hagfors. He has been studying music for several years and came recently back from the US and the Musicians Institute in Hollywood.
"During his time in USA he also played with the band SledgeLeather together with Scott Warren (Dio/ Heaven & Hell)
"The connection to ReinXeed is that Chris played bass on the latest Oriz album " II " togheter with Alexander!
"Welcome to the band!!"
ReinXeed was recently announced as one of the acts to make its U.S. debut at ProgPower USA in Atlanta (September 6-7, 2013). The band will also perform at ProgPower Oslo in Norway on November 10, 2012. A review for the latest LP "Welcome to the Theater" can be found at this location. More...
Just following Epica's performance on the first day of ProgPower USA XIII, festival promoter Glenn Harveston revealed the lineup for ProgPower XIV, held annually at Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia. For 2013, Saturday's event will be held on Friday, September 6-7, 2013 and will have one less band, but Saturday there will be a triple co-headliner. The roster was revealed as the following:
Friday, Sept. 6, 2012:
Ashes of Ares
Shadow Gallery (co-headliner)
Saturday, Sept. 7, 2012:
Circus Maximus (co-headliner)
Armored Saint (co-headliner)
Sabaton (co-headliner) More...
Swedish power metal band ReinXeed posted a rehearsal video featuring the new track "Temple of the Crystal Skulls." The track appears on the band's forthcoming fifth LP "Welcome to the Theater," which is due out May 30, 2012 through Doolittle Group/Liljegren Records.
The track listing for "Welcome to the Theater" is as follows:
1. Welcome (Intro)
2. Life Will Find a Way
3. Follow Me
4. Save Us
5. Stranger Tides
6. Somewhere in Time
8. No Fate
9. Temple of the Crystal Skulls
10. Welcome to the Theater
Check out "Temple of the Crystal Skulls" here: More...