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Latest Nightingale News
Below is our complete Nightingale 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.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Andy Winter is behind several noteworthy releases in the more progressive and avant-garde spectrum of the Norwegian post-black metal scene, and now he has released his own new album "Incomprehensible."
The album was produced by Andy Winter himself, mixed by Shaun Thingvold, mastered by Maor Appelbaum, and features artwork by Travis Smith. Samples from all the tracks on the album are now available for streaming via Amazon here.
The track listing is as follows (guest musician appearances listed in parentheses):
1. Reversed Psychological Patterns (Agnete M. Kirkevaag of Madder Mortem)
2. My Illusions Are My Own (John Haughm of Agalloch)
3. Perfection Is The Blank Page (Kjetil Nordhus of Tristania, Trail of Tears & Green Carnation)
4. Somewhere Else To Disappear (Dan Swanö of Nightingale & Bloodbath)
5. Through The Eyes Of A Surrealist (Lars A. Nedland of Borknagar, Solefald & Age of Silence)
6. Far Beyond Autopilot (Heidi S. Tveitan of Star of Ash & Peccatum)
7. The Transversal Conjecture (Paul Kuhr of Novembers Doom & Subterranean Masquerade)
8. Back To Square Two (Lars E. Si of Winds, Before the Dawn & Sensa Anima) More...
Swedish progressive hard rock act Nightingale, who features former Bloodbath member Dan Swano, has announced that it will be taking part in the forthcoming OhioProg festival. The event is set to take place between September 7th, 8th and 9th, 2012. The confirmed festival lineup includes;
AFTER THE FALL
GOING FOR THE ONE
SCRIPT FOR A JESTER'S TOUR
Novembers Doom has announced the release date of their first DVD entitled, "The Novella Vosselaar : Live in Belgium", for August 5th. The show was recorded on November 10th, 2007 in Vosselaar, Belgium at the Biebob. The set list covered material from most of the band's current and back catalog, ranging from the fast and heavy, to the slow ballad, the set was chosen to cover all aspects of their musical directions.
Singer Paul Kuhr said that the DVD, '"The Novella Vosselaar : Live in Belgium", is "a perfect way for fans all over the world to experience Novembers Doom live, who may not have had the opportunity to attend a performance, or for those who wish to enjoy the live atmosphere in the comfort of home."
Also, Novembers Doom has re-released two of their albums with bonus tracks, the albums being, "Amid its Hollowed Mirth", and "Of Sculptured Ivy and Stone Flowers". Bonus tracks on "Amid its Hollowed Mirth" are "Scarification", "Winter Solstice", Mammaliferous Earth", and "Crown of Thorns"; the bonus tracks on "Of Sculptured Ivy and Stone Flowers" are soft versions of "For Every Leaf That Falls" and "Forever With Unopened Eye".
Singer Paul Kuhr of Chicago's NOVEMBERS DOOM has issued the following update:
"On July 5th, 2008 at the Biebob Club in Vosselaar, Belgium, NOVEMBERS DOOM returns to perform, and this time we're bringing along our good friend Dan Swanö and his band NIGHTINGALE!"
"We're extremely excited about this show and are proud to give the fans in the Benelux area the opportunity to see NIGHTINGALE live. Dan has mentioned to me he has not performed in Belgium in 17 years, last with EDGE OF SANITY and he himself cannot wait to return once again!"
"This is going to be a huge night. We realize there are options one week after Graspop, with other shows in the area at the same time, but no one has a more unique opportunity for the evening, and we would suggest you buy your tickets for the show early. They might not last long for this one!" More...
NIGHTINGALE, the Swedish band featuring acclaimed musician/producer Dan Swanö and his brother Dag, will release its sixth album, "White Darkness", on June 4 via Black Mark.
The album was recorded at a big theater, with many of the songs having been tracked as live as can be in the studio, giving them that little extra spark of life often missing in modern productions.
The term "White Darkness" is an expression that lead singer and lyricist Dan Swanö used to describe the state of mind he was in during the aftermath of his divorce. Most of his lyrics on this album are diaries from months of soul searching. During this dark period Dan did not write much music, so his older brother Dag Swanö (formerly known as Tom Nouga) stepped in, armed to his teeth with killer songs from the past and the present. More...
Bloodbath' s "Breeding Death", the sold out classic mini CD from 1999 has now been re-released and comes with a revamped layout, previously unreleased lyrics to all songs, plus two demo recordings of the tracks 'Breeding Death' and 'Omnious Bloodvomit'.
Bloodbath lineup on "Breeding Death":
Mikael Åkerfeldt (Opeth) - Vocals
Anders Nyström (Katatonia) - Guitars/Backing Vocals
Dan Swanö (ex-Edge Of Sanity, Nightingale) - Guitars
Jonas Renkse (Katatonia) - Bass/Backing Vocals
For more information, click here.
Dag Swanö (a.k.a. Tom Nouga) of NIGHTINGALE — the Swedish progressive-metal band headed by Dag's brother Dan Swanö — has issued the following update on the recording process for the band's new album, "White Darkness":
"Dan [Swanö] has been working hard with the lead vocals. Five songs of ten ready to rock! Last weekend I put down acoustic guitars on it and next weekend it's time for backing vocals. It sounds damm good.
"For the first time I'm gonna be Dag Swanö on the record. Tom Nouga is dead, the music lives on."
About 75 percent of the material for the forthcoming CD was composed by Dag. The record will reportedly be very 1970s-inspired.
Songtitles set to appear on "White Darkness" include (in no particular order)
01. Fields of Life
02. One Way Ticket
03. Trial and Error
05. Healing the Wounds of My Soul
08. White Darkness More...
NIGHTINGALE, the Swedish progressive-metal band headed by Dan Swanö, will enter the studio on June 12 to begin recording their new album, "White Darkness", tentatively due later in the year. About 75 percent of the material for the forthcoming CD was composed by Dan Swanö's brother Dag (a.k.a. Tom Nouga). The record will reportedly be very 1970s-inspired.
Nightingale is holding a release party at Lördagen on Nov. 6th. Go here for a flyer.
A preview from the new album "Invisible" is available at Black Mark website.
On official Nigtingale website Dan Swanö reports about the recording of the new album "Invisible":
The new Nightingale is almost ready folkz! I have yet to sing a few lines here and there but all in all the album is mixed and ready to master, and what an album it is! The sound is surprisingly good, the hard work of myself and Pelle Saether really paid off. 5 days, 17 hours a day...puuh. I am currently doing Bloodbath interviews and it's really cool, everyone loves NMF...
Just wanted to let you know this...
Love you all...
A "teaser" medley MP3 of four songs from the upcoming Nightingale album, "Invisible," has been posted online at this location.
In a recent online posting, Nightingale's Dan Swanö (Bloodbath, Edge of Sanity, Ribspreader, Odyssey, Pan-Thy-Monium) commented, "The material is extremely varied everything from metal to the fusion/grunge of 'Worlds Apart.' My fave this far is the doom-laden 'Stalingrad' which can take the happiness out of any living creature... There's something for every taste...and since my music taste is the weirdest ever, I love them all!!"
"Invisible" is scheduled for release on October 25 through Black Mark Records.