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The Belgian Desertfest organizers have checked in with the following update about confirming new bands for the 2014 bill:
"We are so excited to announce the latest set of bands to grace the bill of Desertfest Belgium! Get ready for Fu Manchu, Jex Thoth, The Shrine, Dirty Fences, and David Celia! Check them out from October 10th - 12th at Trix, Antwerp!
"That being said, get ready to dig into your pockets, on July 15th day passes will be on sale. The day by day program will be announced on that day as well!
"Those traveling from abroad, there's still some tickets left with accommodation at Tulip Inn Antwerp!"
Heavy Days In Doom Town - a DIY celebration of all things slow and heavy - will be a 4 day event at 3 different venues in Copenhagen from May 3rd through the 6th, 2012. It will start with a warm up show at the alternative venue Stengade, Stengade 18. Then there will be 2 days of music, art, events and madness at the DIY activist driven social centre Ungdomshuset, Dortheavej 61 and then finally a cool down day in Copenhagens free town Christiania with movie screenings, acoustic outdoor shows and the final concert at Christiania's rock club in Loppen. For more information, go to the festival's website. Below is the list of bands presently confirmed for the event:
PAGAN ALTAR (uk)
JEX THOTH (usa)
WOUNDED KINGS (uk)
ALDEBARAN (us) – first European show ever!
JESS AND THE ANCIENT ONES (fin)
BLACK OATH (it)
BURNING SAVIOURS (swe)
OCEAN CHIEF (swe)
SKOGEN BRINNER (swe)
SINISTER CREATION (dk)
BOTTOM FEEDER (dk)
TORCHLIGHT (dk) More...
For this week’s edition of Unearthing the Metal Underground we’ll take a look at a style that is generally less heavy than our normal offerings, but still of interest to the average metal fan.
Satanic or occult rock bands such as Ghost and Blood Ceremony have been landing recording deals and making it toward the forefront of the metal scene lately, even though their music falls less on the extreme side of the spectrum. Something about the themes and the arrangement of the music calls out to metal lovers though, whether it’s the invocations to Satan to bring about the end or just simply the catchy tunes.
This week we’ll be unearthing three bands who may go about it in slightly different ways, but all of these groups evoke the mood and tone of a different time, not to mention of something supernatural and slightly sinister.
The Devil’s Blood
Dutch female-fronted act The Devil’s Blood has been gaining momentum over the last year since the release of the full-length album “The Time of No Time Evermore” (reviewed here). Clearly drawing on the pioneers and rock acts from the ‘60s and ‘70s, The Devil’s Blood infuses its sound with more of a modern aesthetic and clearer production, which can be heard on the band’s MySpace page.
You can also check out an interview Metalunderground.com conducted with the Devil’s Blood here, or listen to several songs in the players below.
“Christ or Cocaine”