From: Poços de Caldas, Brazil
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Below is our complete Lothloryen 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.
Brazilian metal act Lothlöryen posted a new lyric video for the track "Unfinished Fairytale." The song will appear on the band's upcoming LP "Some Ways Back Some More," which will be available in second half of 2013 via Power Prog Records.
More information on the new album is expected shortly. Check out the video here:
As a year end gift for metal fans, Power Prog Records is offering a free download of "Brazil Rocks, Vol. I" a compilation of acts from South America. The compilation can be had by heading on over to the Pure Prog Facebook Page "Compilations For You Free" Tab located here.
Bands included are:
Age of Artemis
Kiko Loureiro (Angra)
Brazilian metal act Lothlöryen posted a new music video for the track "When Madness Calls." The song appears on the band's latest LP "Raving Souls Society." The album drops today worldwide through Power Prog Records. The album marks the third release for Lothlöryen, and the band features Rygel vocalist Daniel Felipe and Ex-Seventh Steel guitarist Leko Soares.
A free download of the track can be had by heading over to this location.
Check out "When Madness Calls" here:
The brazilian heavy/folk metal act LOTHLÖRYEN is preparing to hit the road with a tour to promote their new album, entitled "Some Ways Back No More," released in Brazil through Die Hard Records.
The tour, entitled "In The Name of Tolkien - Folk Metal Tour 2009", will begin in March and will be a true "bard's alliance" and will feature the support act SkaldicSoul, which will be promoting their album "Paths In The Highland," and also Blind Guardian Cover Union, a band formed by members of both bands with the vocalists Daniel Felipe and Rogério Malgor, who have a tone of voice similar to Hansi Kürsch.
About the tour, Leko Soares, Lothlöryen's guitarist, comments: "Everything began after our first show to promote "Some Ways..." last year, when we became friends of SkaldicSoul. The affinity of both bands and the love shared for Tolkien's works, folk metal, and Blind Guardian, made us to search the ways to make the project of a conceptual tour to work. We hope that the producers embrace the idea and help us to bring Tolkien and metal to many places as possible."
There are plans of including booths for RPG, mediaeval culture and local Tolkien communities on the shows. Those interested in booking tour dates should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can get information about Lothlöryen and check out their music on the band's MySpace page.