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Runemagick

From: Sweden
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Runemagick News

Below is our complete Runemagick 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.

The Project Hate Complete 7 Songs For New Album

THE PROJECT HATE — the Swedish band featuring vocalist Jörgen Sandström (ex-ENTOMBED, GRAVE), guitarist Lord K. Philipson (GOD AMONG INSECTS, ex-LEUKEMIA), bassist Michael Håkansson (ENGEL, ex-EVERGREY), guitarist Petter S. Freed (2 TON PREDATOR), singer Jo Enckell (IGNORANCE BLISS) and drummer Daniel "Mojjo" Moilanen (RELEVANT FEW, DRACENA, RUNEMAGICK, LORD BELIAL, ENGEL) — has issued the following update:

"All the seven songs [for the new THE PROJECT HATE album] are now finished. Seven songs of the music you love when it comes to the HATE. It's time to complete the lyrics now, something that will definitely take some time. During the coming months (or more thruthfully; until we actually record the album) we will enhance the material as we go along, making everything even better, more infernal and all-around even more utterly dominating. We dig to work like that, you know."

"All vocal parts have been decided and both Jo and J are hard at work with what they will deliver next time. We have even contacted some of the planned guest musicians that we want on the next masterpiece. Some of them being childhood heroes actually. Maybe..."

THE PROJECT HATE's last album, "In Hora Mortis Nostræ", was released in September 2007 via Stormvox Records, the label owned by Swedish actor Peter Stormare.

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Runemagick Rough-Mix Of New Song Post Online

Swedish "dark death metal" act RUNEMAGICK has uploaded a rough-mix version of a new song on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's new album, "Dawn of the End", due later in the year via Norway's Aftermath Music. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Dawn of the End", "Voyage to Desolation", "Chthonic Temple Smoke", "Retaliation", "Volcano Throne", "The Circle", "Magus of Fire" and "Sabbatum Ad Infinitum".

RUNEMAGICK's current lineup is:

Nicklas Rudolfsson - Guitars, Vocals
Emma Karlsson - Bass
Daniel "Mojjo" Moilanen – drums

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Runemagick Reveal New Album Title, Track Listing

Swedish "dark death metal" act RUNEMAGICK has set "Dawn of the End" as the title of its new album. "The tracks are mixed and ready for final mastering," according to a posting on the band's web site. "There is no release date yet but in 2007 for sure, and the label will as usual be Aftermath Music (Norway). Titles to be included: 'Dawn of the End', 'Voyage to Desolation', 'Chthonic Temple Smoke', 'Retaliation', 'Volcano Throne', 'The Circle', 'Magus of Fire' and 'Sabbatum Ad Infinitum'."

RUNEMAGICK's current lineup is:

Nicklas Rudolfsson - Guitars, Vocals
Emma Karlsson - Bass
Daniel "Mojjo" Moilanen – drums

RUNEMAGICK's latest album, "Invocation of Magick", was issued in 2006. A split CD with OCEAN CHIEF, entitled "The Northern Lights", came out earlier this year.

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Runemagick Begin Recording New Album

Swedish "dark death metal" act RUNEMAGICK have commenced the recording proces for their new album at Andy LaRocque's (KING DIAMOND, MERCYFUL FATE) Los Angered Recording in Gothenburg, Sweden. "Daniel 'Mojjo' hammered his drums with fury and after two songs, the hihat, one crash and one china cymbal was broken... powerful drumming of doom!!" the band write on their web site. "Daniel recorded each song as one takes with great feeling as always."

The band added: "As all the main material was recorded and done the day before, it was time to record a bonus track with the working title 'Runemagick' with Nicklas Rudolfsson behind the drums. And the first recording session for the upcoming album is done without any problems (except cymbal mayhem). Additional guitars, bass and vocals will probably be recorded during the summer and mix is planned later this fall."

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New Funeral Orchestra and Runemagick

The Funeral Orchestra have started work on their new album. The new album goes under the working title 'Necro Occult'. The new album should see the light of day somewhere in 2004.

Runemagick's forthcoming album 'On Funeral Wings' is being mixed this December and January. The album will be released in March/April 2004 by Eternal Dark Productions and Aftermath Music. The album will probably be released in a 2-cd (slipcase) and 1-cd version.

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