Raising The Veil
Band Photo: Raising The Veil (?)
From: Vienna, Austria
Last Known Status: Active
George "Misanthrope" Wilfinger : Vocals
(ex-Miasma, ex-Seeds Of Sorrow, ex-Destination Void, Monument Of Misanthropy, Disfigured Divinity)
Romain Goulon: Drums
Daniel R. Mclellan : Guitar (TDDP)
Denis Landry : Bass (TDDP)
Florian Musil : Drums (ex-Seeds Of Sorrow, Molokh, Zombie Inc.)
Oliver Lasselsberger : Bass (ex-Seeds Of Sorrow)
Franz Fakitsch : Guitar (ex-Seeds Of Sorrow)
Tom Grabner : Guitar (ex-Damage Disaster)
Latest Raising The Veil News
Below is our complete Raising The Veil 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.
While we’re all still reeling from the news of Lemmy's death, the metal world is paying tribute to the legendary Motörhead bassist/singer.
Dozens of metal celebrities have been posting a few words and personal memories in his honor.
A few highlights from the flood of posts can be found below:
Lost one of my best friends, Lemmy, today. He will be sadly missed. He was a warrior and a legend. I will see you on the other side.— Ozzy Osbourne (@OzzyOsbourne) December 29, 2015
Lemmy, you are one of the primary reasons this band exists. We're forever grateful for all of your inspiration. RIP pic.twitter.com/WC1csn5F5x— Metallica (@Metallica) December 29, 2015
We've almost got another year in the bag, so it's time to take a look back at all that went down throughout 2015 in the world of heavy metal.
This was an uneven year featuring both highs and lows, and metal didn't escape the drama frequent in other styles of music at all in the last 12 months. Echoing previous schisms in famous black metal bands, Immortal finally took its turn imploding and split into two, and this was probably the worst year in recent memory for U.S. metal tours.
On the flip side of that, a solid number of amazing albums saw release, and metal also catapulted to the top of the charts with some major releases that made people outside the underground take notice.
After two solid years dominated by reunions and reboots, it looks like that craze is finally winding down. This year most notably we saw the return of Faith No More with “Sol Invictus,” but on the more underground end industrial black metal outfit Diabolicum also came back with a first album in 14 years. Although not quite on the same scale of time, Arcturus finally returned with a new full-length after a decade's waiting.
While there are less surprise reunions announced for the coming year, there is one classic outfit hitting the road to take note of, as Black Sabbath's “final” tour - dubbed The End - runs through most of 2016 across the globe. While we wait to see what's in store in the coming year, first we'll look back at everything that went down throughout 2015.
The Good: The Best Of Metal In 2015
Both Slayer and Lamb Of God ended up topping the charts with their latest albums (with Lamb Of God even getting nominated for a Grammy). It's not often a metal album hits #2 in the world, but Slayer managed to do it. While not everyone loved the album, the exposure alone is good for the genre overall.
But how was the more underground metal? Simply put: pretty killer, if you knew were to look. There was a solid mix of great albums from long time bands like Amorphis, Cattle Decapitation, Enslaved, and Soilwork, as well as excellent material from newer and less prolific groups like Alkaloid, Tribulation, and Lychgate.
The tried and true classic outfits from Cradle Of Filth to Iron Maiden to My Dying Bride made appearances, and there were some seriously ambitious undertakings (Swallow The Sun released a TRIPLE album). A handful of bands that were already solid managed to really outdo themselves with stellar material this year though, including Subterannean Masquerade, Code, Shining, and Melechesh. More...
Monumental Misanthropy Records announces the "Black Cyber Week Sale" for all it's bands and items. The offers run until "Cyber Monday" and include CDs and merch of bands like Monument Of Misanthropy, Raising The Veil and Disfigured Divinity.
Check out the stores below or the main Monumental Misanthropy Records store HERE:
Members of Metallica, Pantera, In Flames, Testament, AC/DC, Kiss, Slipknot, Mötley Crüe, Slash, Warbringer, Aborted, Periphery, Killswitch Engage, August Burns Red, Raising The Veil, Born Of Osiris, All Shall Perish, Carnifex, Textures and Anthrax etc. are among the musicians who have (so far) reacted with shock and pledges of solidarity for France following the killing of scores of people in attacks in Paris on Friday night. Some of their views can be seen below.
Our hearts are with Paris tonight. pic.twitter.com/ZRDD8BmhvM— Robert Trujillo (@RobertTrujillo) November 14, 2015
Tech death outfit Raising The Veil today unleashes a new lyric video for "Qubit Computed Multiverse" from the recently released full-length monstrosity "Bosonic Quantvm Phenomena" - and we've got the exclusive first look. Check it out below.
Raising The Veil - featuring Necrophagist drummer Romain Goulon, vocalist George "Misanthrope" Wilfinger (Monument of Misanthropy), guitarist Daniel R. Mclellan and bassist Denis Landry - is gearing up to release new full-length debut "Bosonic Quantvm Phenomena" on August 3rd.
With the release almost here, the band has teamed up with us to premiere the album in full online. Get devastated by some blistering tech death below!
"Bosonic Quantvm Phenomena" was successfully crowd funded and will be available as a digital download and limited physical CD. Pre-orders in various configurations are available right here.
The album was recorded last year by Romain Goulon, Daniel R. Mclellan and Denis Landry in their home studios. Vocals were tracked this spring by Stefan Kaschel (AudioRiot Recordings), who also took care of the entire editing, engineering, and mixing process.
The eleven song CD was mastered by Christoph Brandes at Iguana Studios and will also include a re-mastered version of Raising The Veil's 2012 EP release “Yucatanimvs.” The full track listing is as follows: More...
In the wake of a successful crowd-funding campaign this spring, the multinational technical death metal outfit Raising The Veil has teamed up with NCS to premiere its first new full song since 2012. The track titled "Qubit Computed Multiverse" is taken from the upcoming new album "Bosonic Quantum Phenomena" and can be streamed using the player below.
The new album marks the band’s second release overall, following their 2012 EP "Yucatanimvs". In its current configuration, the band includes Austrian vocalist George Wilfinger (Monument of Misanthropy, Disfigured Divinity, ex-Miasma), Canadian guitarist Daniel McLellan and bass-player Denis Landry, and Necrophagist drummer Romain Goulon.
Raising The Veil has a teaser trailer online for "Bosonic Quantvm Phenomena," which can be heard below, and the band also comments on reaching its crowd funding goal:
"Thanks to your immense support and loyalty our upcoming new album 'Bosonic Quantvm Phenomena' is a 100% funded and now grim reality and will be unleashed upon this planet within the next weeks!
"The pre-ordering of the upcoming new limited album and limited exclusive merch is of course still open (until July-2015) and you still can order your RTV-stuff here.
"But you better hurry, because all will be printed only in small limited amounts to keep it exclusive and a rarity for die-hard tech-death and progressive metal fans." More...
French drummer Romain Goulon (Necrophagist) has released his first ever drum DVD titled "Metal Chops Matrix" and is streaming a trailer for it below.
Explains Goulon: "Metal Chops Matrix is made for drummers who want to play modern metal with a beneficial consideration of the drumming legacy from jazz fusion to extreme metal." More...
Raising The Veil, the new Austrian technical death metal supergroup formed in 2010 from scene veterans, has posted a new track from its forthcoming debut EP "Yucatanimvs." The song, "The Delegates," is streaming below. You can also check out some studio video diaries over at Raising The Veil's Facebook page. The band is composed of George Misanthrope (ex-Miasma, ex-Seeds Of Sorrow, ex-Destination Void) on vocals, Tom (ex-Damage Disaster) on guitar, Franz (ex-Seeds Of Sorrow) on guitar, Oliver (ex-Seeds Of Sorrow) on bass and Flo (ex-Seeds Of Sorrow, Molokh) on the drums.