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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
SIRENIA, the Norwegian gothic metal band featuring former TRISTANIA guitarist/vocalist Morten Veland, have announced the addition of session guitarist Bjørnar Landa for their upcoming European tour with TIAMAT, PAIN and THEATRE OF TRAGEDY. Landa joins the group as the temporary replacemen for guitarist/"clean" vocalist Kristian Gundersen, who left the band this past summer due to his commitments to his other groups, NEW BREED and ELUSIVE.
The tour dates are as follows: More...
Tiamat's upcoming live appearance in Krakow, Poland on January 13, 2005 will be filmed for an upcoming DVD.
Tiamat will be joined by Theatre Of Tragedy, Pain and Sirenia for a two-week European tour, starting in late December.
Tiamat's Johan Edlund had the following to say about the upcoming trek: "I'm sorry that we didn't tour earlier to the release of the 'Prey' album last year. But I would like to thank everybody who showed up at the summer festivals we did. Finally we are going on tour with Theatre Of Tragedy, Pain and Sirenia. All bands are good friends of us, so feel welcome to join our family. You can expect a fine selection of old and new songs and even some tracks we never played live before."
As previously reported, Norwegian fiends THEATRE OF TRAGEDY will be teaming up with their Scandinavian mates from TIAMAT, SIRENIA and PAIN for a 2 week long European tour. Exact dates include: More...
Norway's Theatre Of Tragedy have confirmed reports that they will be embarking on a two-week European tour with Tiamat, Pain and Sirenia beginning in late December and ending January 9, 2005. Countries that will most likely be visited by the band include Germany, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria. These will be the group's first shows outside Norway featuring Theatre Of Tragedy's new singer Nell (The Crest). Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.
Al Jorgensen of Ministry is responsible for the headlining soundtrack to Activision's highly anticipated PC game Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines. Inspired by the dark, menacing undertones of the game, Ministry's track, "Bloodlines," is one of several popular songs that can be heard in the game, which takes fans into the sinister vampire underground society of modern day L.A.
The complete lineup of songs for the game includes:
Aerial - "Pound"
Chiasm - "Isolated"
Daniel Ash - "Come Alive"
Darling Violetta - "Smaller God"
Die My Darling - "Needles Eye"
Genitorturers - "Lecher Bitch"
Lacuna Coil - "Swamped"
Ministry - "Bloodlines"
Tiamat - "Cain"
In Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines, the famous White Wolf role-playing game world extends into an all-new interactive adventure, combining the rich character development and immersive storyline expected in a true RPG with the up-close-and-personal first-person immersion and action provided by SourceTM, the latest engine technology developed by Valve. Currently in development by Troika Games for the PC, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines is yet to be rated and is expected to release this Autumn.
The interview with Tiamat frontman Johan Edlund recently done for Onyx TV´s Schattenreich Tiamat special will be online on http://www.schattenreich.tv from next week on. Get on Schattengemeinde, log in and then you can find it under "specials".
If you somehow receive Onyx TV, switch on your TV this upcoming Sunday, December 7th at 6pm (CET) - 7pm (CET) to vote for ‘Cain’. The show reruns Wednesday, December 10th at 8pm (CET) - 9pm (CET) and Saturday, December 13th at 2am (CET) - 3am (CET). The number to call is +49 (0)1379 - 37 10 35 -1 (EUR 0,49/ landline).
On Sunday, December 14th, Onyx TV will broadcast a Tiamat live special. More info about that will be issued next week.