Year Of The Goat Releases New Music Video For "Spirits Of Fire"
This week Year of the Goat has set loose a brand new video for the track “Spirits Of Fire,” showcasing the band's hooks and melodies, depicted in a psychedelic 70s occult horror theme. Check out the video below. The following press release was also issued about the band:
"Blazing with over fifty minutes of supreme, metallic occult rock, 'Angels’ Necropolis,' the infernal debut album from Year of the Goat, has been claiming mass praise from heavy metal fans and critics alike, elevating this new act in the ranks of the scene quickly.
"A brilliantly infectious album highlighting classic metal/occult rock harmonies Östergötland/Norrköping, Sweden-based quintet seemingly permeate the air around them with, rather than 'perform' or 'execute,' the atmospheric permeation of the eight rituals which comprise their Angel’s Necropolis offering form the proper conditions to transport the listener to another plane of existence; a meditative state in tribute to Lucifer and his legions.
"The album was released on CD, LP and digitally worldwide via Ván Records, also liable for bringing The Devil’s Blood, The Ruins Of Beverast, Nagelfar and others into the cult spotlight over the last decade."
The band's upcoming tour dates are:
3/01/2013 John Dee - Sankt Hanshaugen, Norway
3/09/2013 Dynamo - Norrköping, Sweden
3/22/2013 Harry’s Rock Night - Linkoping, Sweden
5/24/2013 Club Destroyer - Sundsvall, Sweden
7/27/2013 Skogsröjet - Rejmre, Sweden
8/29/2013 Beyond The Gates - Bergen, Norway
11/16/2013 Hammer Of Doom Festival - Würzburg, Germany
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