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Below is our complete In Solitude 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.
Fan-filmed footage has been posted online of In Solitude performing on the Decibel Magazine tour with Behemoth and Watain on April 22nd at Hawthorne Theatre.
Check out the video clip in the player below. In other news, In Solitude will also be performing at the upcoming 2012 edition of the Summer Breeze festival.
The 2012 edition of the Summer Breeze festival will be taking place from August 16th - 18th, with full details available here. The organizers of the festival have now announced the following bands being added to the bill:
Born from pain
Night in gales
While she sleeps
The festival's lineup is now as follows: More...
The inaugural Decibel Magazine tour kicks off in a mere eight days in Columbus, OH. It wasn't too late, however, for the venue owners to prohibit the bands from appearing at The Brewmaster's Gate. Behemoth, Watain, The Devil's Blood, and In Solitude are being forbidden from playing at the venue because of religious conflicts with the venue owners. These bands are no strangers to this type of treatment, and a new venue has already been confirmed. The Columbus, OH show will now be at Al Rosa. Tickets for this show are still available and can be purchased here.
Behemoth's front man, Nergal, comments further: "Wow, big motherfuckin' WOW! We are facing a legendary moment: Amerika, the land of the free, is banning Behemoth coz of religious beliefs. The madness starts in Ohio, but of korz we are playing anyway. Nothing can stop us now. God, please save me from this freedom…"
Beginning on April 11th and laying waste through a gargantuan 26-date run, the Decibel Magazine Tour (presented by Metal Blade Records, IndieMerchStore.com, FYE, ESP Guitars and Good Fight Entertainment) not only offers four diverse European artists hand-picked by the magazine, but doubles as Behemoth's first U.S. tour since vocalist/guitarist Adam "Nergal" Darski's well-documented battle with—and triumph over—leukemia. Dates are as follows: More...
Dutch occult rockers The Devil's Blood are gearing up for a near month-long run of North American dates on the forthcoming Decibel Magazine Tour alongside Behemoth, Watain and In Solitude. The band will be touring in support of "The Thousandfold Epicentre" (reviewed here) released earlier this year via Metal Blade Records.
Comments founder and band leader SL: “The Devil's Blood is proud and extremely eager to travel the New World alongside some of the world’s most dedicated metal bands. Dedicated not to some pathetic notion of ‘scene’ or ‘unity’ but to a clear, totally individual, spiritual path that although not understood by most is perhaps the most valid and urgent one available for wandering feet to travel in the twilight of the Iron Age. We share many opinions and disagree on many more, yet our offerings all speak of that great mystery which we all aspire to with passion and fury. Praise be to all those who accompany us on this particular path.”
Dates are as follows: More...
Behemoth posted a video tour ad for the upcoming Decibel Magazine Tour, which commences on April 11, 2012. The lineup consists of Behemoth, Watain, The Devil's Blood and In Solitude. For a list of dates and venues, head over to this location, or check out the video here:
Death metal juggernauts Horrendous have been added as the opening act for the Charlotte, NC date of the Decibel Magazine Tour featuring Behemoth, Watain, The Devil's Blood and In Solitude. Horrendous will be appearing on the May 4th date of that tour at Amos Southend in Charlotte.
Metal Blade Records this week announced details on the upcoming versions of Behemoth's "Evangelia Heretika" live album, The Devils Blood's "The Thousandfold Epicentre" (reviewed here), and In Solitude's "The World.The Flesh.The Devil" (reviewed here).
These acclaimed albums, all released by Metal Blade over the past year, will now get the wax treatment, all being pressed as 2xLP sets, and all packaged in double-gatefold sleeves. The live Behemoth LP was pressed on clear vinyl and also includes a 12"x24" poster, while the In Solitude and The Devil's Blood will both be available on standard black wax. Check out photos of the actual products at this location.
All three of the 2xLPs now bear a confirmed street date of March 27th, just prior to the Decibel Magazine tour kicking off just two weeks later. All three acts -- Behemoth, The Devil's Blood, and In Solitude -- will join the almighty Watain for the incredible tour lineup, and together they will burn 26 North American cities to their foundations between April 11th and May 12th. A trailer showcasing all three LPs as well as actual preorders for the LPs, full info on the Decibel tour and more is all posted right here.
Funeral doom purveyors Evoken have been added to select dates on the inaugural Decibel Magazine Tour. With Behemoth, Watain, The Devil's Blood, and In Solitude capping the tour, Evoken's rare appearances will certainly ramp up interest in the tour's extreme yet diverse sound and vision.
Evoken will appear on the following dates:
May 5 – Baltimore, MD
May 6 – Philadelphia, PA
May 12 – New York, NY
Full details on the Decibel Magazine tour's lineup and routing can be found at this location.
German thrash legends Sodom announced that the Winterfire Festival scheduled for March 3, 2012 in Osnabrück, Germany (Eventhalle Neulandstr. 26 - ex-Ballroom/ex-NB) has been cancelled by the promoter. In a post on Facebook, the band stated:
"Unfortunately we reveived the news from the local promoter that the Winterfire Festival 2012 is cancelled."
The event was scheduled to include performances by: Sodom, Powerwolf, In Solitude, Onslaught, Accuser, Portrait, Bitter Piece.
In other Sodom news, the band is currently rehearsing and writing material for the follow up to "In War and Pieces" for a summer 2012 release, which coincides with the band's 30th Anniversary.
Heavy Metal Home TV has posted a new 17 minute video interview online with In Solitude, which was conducted during the Metal Forces Festival. Check out the footage below. In Solitude will also be hitting the road in April with Behemoth, Watain, and the Devil's Blood for a new tour. Check out full details here.
As previously announced, Swedish black metal miscreants Watain will take part in the inaugural Decibel Magazine Tour alongside Behemoth, The Devil’s Blood, and In Solitude. The live ceremonies will begin on April 11th in Ohio and bloody 26 stages including a stop in Oklahoma City where the trek will merge with the U.S. Torture Tour featuring Cannibal Corpse, Exhumed, Abysmal Dawn, and Arkaik for an evening of audio devastation.
Pleased to take part in the event, frontman Erik Danielsson comments: “We were originally meant to spend this year in the shadows, focusing inwards and on the new material we have compiled during the years since Lawless Darkness was released. This tour however was a bit too good to say no to. It is so seldom these days that someone actually managed to put together a descent tour package, which Decibel sure has managed to do this time. A ‘clash of the titans’ indeed! And considering the other bands on the tour, I can just imagine our management and the promotors biting their fingernails in anxiety and horror, waiting for the first arson or murder report from the road.
"Touring the States is always inspirational; there is always lots of emotion, anger, debauchery, decadence and a general feeling of lawlessness in the air, so I am sure this tour will nourish the writing process to a certain extent as well. A rich and fertile foundation of harsh physical and emotional experience has always played a big role in Watain writing new material, and this tour will for sure contribute to that. We will aim to make it interesting and memorable enough to do so.”
Tour dates are as follows: More...
The eagerly anticipated Decibel Magazine Tour is set to kick off on April 11 in Columbus Ohio. Featuring four of the darkest bands in existence all on one bill. Behemoth's return trip to North America will be accompanied by retro black metallers Watain, 1970s trad prodigies In Solitude and psychedelic rockers The Devil's Blood.
Tour dates are as follows:
Wed/Apr-11: The Bluestone Columbus, OH
Thu/Apr-12: Mr. Smalls Pittsburgh, PA
Fri/Apr-13: Bottom Lounge Chicago, IL
Sat/Apr-14: Station Four St. Paul, MN
Mon/Apr-16: Granada Theater Lawrence, KS
Tue/Apr-17: Summit Theatre Denver, CO
Wed/Apr-18: The Complex Salt Lake City, UT
Fri/Apr-20: Studio Seven Seattle, WA
Sat/Apr-21: Rickshaw Vancouver, BC
Sun/Apr-22: Hawthorne Theater Portland, OR
Mon/Apr-23: Slims San Francisco, CA
Wed/Apr-25: House of Blues Los Angeles, CA
Thu/Apr-26: Nile Theater Phoenix, AZ
Fri/Apr-27: Sunshine Theater Albuquerque, NM
Sun/Apr-29: White Rabbit San Antonio, TX
Tue/May-01: Orpheum Tampa, FL
Wed/May-02: Masquerade Atlanta, GA
Fri/May-04: Amos Southend Charlotte, NC
Sat/May-05: Rams Head Baltimore, MD
Sun/May-06: Trocadero Theatre Philadelphia, PA
Tue/May-08: Opera House Toronto, ON
Wed/May-09: Club Soda Montreal, QC
Thu/May-10: Imperial Quebec City, QC
Fri/May-11: Palladium Worcester, MA
Sat/May-12: Irving Plaza New York, NY
Polish black/death metal giants Behemoth will team up with Swedish black metal band Watain, Dutch psychedelic band The Devil's Blood and Swedish metal band In Solitude for the first annual Decibel Magazine Tour. The tour will commence in April and consists of 26 dates.
North America’s premier heavy metal magazine is launching the maiden edition of its annual earth-scorching tour this April. The inaugural Decibel Magazine Tour will feature not just the long-awaited stateside return of Polish Behemoth, Swedish black metal provocateurs Watain, the Devil’s Blood and In Solitude.
Behemoth frontman Nergal had the following comments on the tour: “Considering the fact that we’ll be sharing the stage with the most evil and uncompromising bands around—Watain, the Devil’s Blood and In Solitude—this already makes it a legendary bill that you can’t miss out on! Watch out. We won’t show up—we will ARRIVE with all the strength and might!”
More details, including tour dates, venues and ticket info will be announced at www.decibelmagazinetour.com on January 24th. Every ticket purchased through Top Spin will come with a commemorative laminate, and all fans that purchase their ticket through Top Spin will be entered to win an ESP Guitar.
Fan-filmed footage has been posted online of In Solitude performing live on November 11th, 2011 as the support act for The Devil's Blood at Vera Groningen. You can check out the video clip below, or find Metalunderground.com's review of the In Solitude album "The World.The Flesh.The Devil" here.
German band Powerwolf has been added to the Winterfire Festival in Osnabrück, Germany (Eventhalle Neulandstr. 26 - ex-Ballroom/ex-NB) on March 3, 2012.
The lineup for the festival is as follows:
Sweden's Ram, which recently signed to Metal Blade Records, will be performing at the Nordfest 2011 in Sundsvall. Full details on the festival are available in the promotional poster below.
Down has officially announced a September jam with the fans in the cities the band missed during the spring 2011 tour. Swedish occult metallers In Solitude (Metal Blade) and southern psychedelic prog-rockers Ponykiller (Housecore) will be joining Down.
Dates are as follows:
09/01 San Antonio, TX Backstage Live
09/02 Fort Worth, TX The Rail Club
09/03 Fort Worth, TX The Rail Club
09/05 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre
09/06 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
09/07 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
09/09 San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom
09/10 Anaheim, CA City National Grove of Anaheim
09/11 Scottsdale, AZ Venue of Scottsdale
09/14 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom
09/15 Des Moines, IA The People's Court
09/16 Libertyville, IL Austin's Fuel Room
09/17 Sauget, IL Pop's
09/19 Louisville, KY Expo Five
09/20 Grand Rapids, MI The Orbit Room
09/21 Flint, MI The Machine Shop
09/23 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
09/24 Mobile, AL Soult Kitchen – AL
Swedish heavy metal act In Solitude has announced a new batch of European live shows. The details are as follows:
15/07/11 – FI – Lieto - Hammer Open Air
05/08/11 – DE – Berlin – Kill Em All Club
06/08/11 – DE – Wacken - Wacken Open Air
25/08/11 – NO – Bergen - Hole In the Sky Festival
27/08/11 – DE – Mülheim (bei Koblenz) – Hellbangers Fest
22/10/11 – UK – London - Live Evil Festival
26/11/11 – DE – Lörrach - Metal Forces Festival
In Solitude is performing in support of the band's second album (and first for Metal Blade) "The World:The Flesh:The Devil."
You can also check out footage of In Solitude making its debut U.S. performance at the Maryland Deathfest by heading over to this location.
The ninth annual edition of the Maryland Deathfest has grown into a four day affair, spanning Thursday night, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. Despite a last minute scare with Sonar possibly closing down, the even took place at Sonar, with the outdoor stages at either end of a closed off Saratoga Street.
This year, Metalunderground.com writer Emily Hingle (aka Buick McKane) was on hand for the entire festival (you can read her reports from day 1 and day 2) and Doug Gibson (aka deathbringer) was present on Saturday.
After an adventurous drive around the venue a few times trying to figure out how to reach the parking lot with Saratoga Street closed off, I finally arrived in time to see Creative Waste’s set. Sonar is a dark venue at any time, but entering from the afternoon sunlight, it seemed pitch black and took a few minutes to adjust.
Creative Waste took the stage and their sound was painfully loud. And they’re only a three-piece band, with a vocalist, guitarist and drummer - no bassist. The Saudi band described themselves as grindcore, but sounded more like a very hardcore influenced brand of metal. The music wasn’t my thing and the excessive volume that was not pleasant even with ear plugs sealed the deal for me.
Mammoth Grinder took the stage next, and I didn’t recognize them at first. The first few songs sounded a bit thin and reminded me of Prong, who while I enjoy, always had a weaker sound as a 3-piece. A few songs into their set, things got heavier and thrashier, evoking thoughts of Slayer. Then I recognized them as the band I saw at SXSW earlier this year. The remainder of their set was fast and heavy and made Mammoth Grinder the best band I witnessed on the inside stage that day. More...
Swedish metal band In Solitude made its debut U.S. performance this past weekend at Maryland Deathfest IX. With the new album, "The World.The Flesh.The Devil" (reviewed here) just released in North America via Metal Blade Records, vocalist Hornper stated on stage "let's make this our CD release party as well." The band played a number of songs off the new album, but Metal Underground.com caught one of In Solitude's older songs on video, which you can see below: