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Below is our complete Nightland 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.
Symphonic death metal act Nightland released a new music video for the track "Alpha Et Omega." The song appears on the full length debut "Obsession," which was issued back in February.
The footage was captured by Matteo Ermeti at the band's performance at the Rock Inn Somma 2015. Check it out here:
Nightland just released first full-length album "Obsession," which was recorded by Brendan Paolini and mixed/mastered by Simone Mularoni (Domination Studios).
You can pick your own copy up at Bandcamp here, or listen to the entire release below. The musical concept behind “Obession” is a deep romance concerning the instability of the human mind derived from fears, obsessions, and paranoia. The track listing is:
01. Benediction To Madness
02. Dreamless Life
05. Alpha Et Omega
06. Cradle Of Sufferance
08. Quod Vita Celat, Mors Revelat
09. Last Dance Of A Treacherous Mind
10. Dreamless Life (Orchestral) More...
Italian symphonic death metal act Nightland released a music video for the new track "Icarus." The video was directed by Matteo Ermeti and the track appears on the upcoming debut full length release "Obsession." The album drops digitally on February 20th.
Dark, dramatic, sometimes unearthly with majestic musical digressions. The musical concept behind "Obsession" is a deep romance concerning the instability of the human mind derived from fears, obsessions and paranoia.
The track list for the album is:
1. Benediction To Madness
2. Dreamless Life
5. Alpha Et Omega
6. Cradle Of Sufferance
8. Quod Vita Celat, Mors Revelat
9. Last Dance Of A Treacherous Mind
10. Dreamless Life (Orchestral)
Check out "Icarus" here: More...
Rockshots Music Management and Nightland are glad to announce the release of their first full length album called "Obsession."
It represents a new beginning for the band, and it’s a new big challenge because the quartet changed sound: the folk/power elements of previous EP “In Solemn Rise” have been abandoned and now the band's songwriting is full of aggressive riffs and grandiose orchestrations inspired by symphonic / melodic death metal.
The musical concept behind “Obsession” is a deep romance concerning the instability of the human mind derived from fears, obsessions, and paranoia. The album was recorded by Brendan Paolini and mixed and mastered by Simone Mularoni (Domination Studios), with a release set for February. More...
Italian metal band Nightland posted a new music video for the song "Diamond Siren." The song appears on the band's forthcoming EP entitled "In Solemn Rise." The EP will drop digitally via Amazon and iTunes on Friday, December 21, 2012.
Check out "Diamond Siren" here:
Each week in Unearthing the Metal Underground, we'll be putting a few quality underground bands in the spotlight in an attempt to get the word out about them. This week I take on the ever emerging Italian power metal scene.
When one thinks Italian power metal, likely the first band to come to mind is Rhapsody, or as time and subsequent “amicable splits” would have it: Rhapsody of Fire and/or Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody. Italy has been spawning off power metal far back into the 1980’s with bands like Domine, Wotan, Wyvern and White Skull, but few have ever reached such worldwide stardom as Rhapsody/Rhapsody of Fire/LT Rhapsody.
As the 90’s commenced, one of the other well-known pioneering Italian power/progressive exports, Labyrinth, was just starting out under the moniker Visions. It wasn’t until 1994 that the name Labyrinth was born. Within that same year or shortly after, Rhapsody would just start out along with bands like Drakkar, Arthemis, Derdian, Heimdall and Power Symphony. The late ’90’s would see a greater emergence of the scene with another well-known export Elvenking, along with Vision Divine (with Rhapsody vocalist Fabio Lione) Spellblast, The Dogma and Rapid Fire.
By the time the new century started, the Italian scene was bursting with talented power metal acts. Power metal bands seem to pop up on a more frequent basis that new gellato flavors, however, trying to locate the best of the emerging talent isn’t as easy as consulting the Yelp application on your smart phone. To provide some guidance, this week we introduce three of the lessor known Italian power metal bands: From the Depth, Aeternal Seprium and Nightland. More...