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Tungsten

From: Sweden
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Latest Tungsten News

Below is our complete Tungsten 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.

Tungsten Shares New Music Video

Swedish symphonic metal quartet Tungsten have streamed their beautiful single "Life And The Ocean," taken from their forthcoming second album, "Tundra." You can check it out below. The album will be released on the 20th of November via Arising Empire.

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Tungsten Reveals New Album Details

Swedish symphonic metal quartet Tungsten return with their second album, "Tundra," which will be released on November 20th through Arising Empire Records. Celebrating the news, the band have streamed their new single "King Of Shadows," which you can check out below.

Following the success of their debut LP "We Will Rise" (September 2019), Tungsten continue their fine vein of form with "Tundra" – epic, catchy, dark metal.

The band were formed in 2016 by famed ex-Hammerfall, Manowar, Yngwie Malmsteen’s Rising Force drummer Anders Johansson with his sons Karl and Nick Johansson. Soon after Mike Andersson was added as vocalist and the band began recording We Will Rise.

Now on to "Tundra," which, in the words of Karl demonstrates that: "The diversity is still definitely there just like on the first album. But this time around to quote my dad’s boss from the 80s ‘MORE IS MORE’!"

The lyrics on "Tundra" are predominantly about time, and centred on the stories of Volfram, the guardian of time and balance, and the character who adorns the album cover. Volfram travels from a past world, filled with the glory of castles, fairies and knights, to a future desolate city, where he ends up in the middle of an icy tundra, alone.

The recording of "Tundra" started in late 2019 with drums at Der Bunker followed by bass, guitar, growls and keyboard recordings at Harm Studios. Final vocal recordings were completed in February 2020.

Tungsten enlisted famed keyboard player, and drummer Anders’ brother, Jens Johansson (Rainbow, Stratovarius) to record a solo on the track "Here Comes the Fall." This marks the first time where Anders, Jens, Nick, and Karl Johansson have all appeared on a record together. More...

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Tungsten Name New Album, Set Release Date

The long running Chalmette, Louisiana band TUNGSTEN have set "If Death Doesn't Change You…Nothing Will" as the title of their 5th album. The band anticipates a mid May of 2005 release through their own label, Tungsten Music Records. The album will include 12 songs from the Chalmette trio. Here is the track listing:

"Leave The Dust Behind"
"Drive"
"It Was The Day She Died"
"I'm Gonna Show You"
"Got To Get Through This"
"What These Eyes Have Seen"
"See Me Through"
"Never Crawl"
"What Was"
"It Was The Day He Died"
"Can't Turn Back Anymore"
"One Last Sunset With You"

The album features the classic line-up of Mark Talamo (drums), Steve Talamo (Bass/Lead Guitar) and Al Hodge (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar). The album was recorded at H/T studios in Chalmette, Louisiana just outside of New Orleans and was produced and engineered by Mark Talamo, who has engineered all of the previous TUNGSTEN albums as well as the second CROWBAR self titled record in 1993, and the very first DOWN demo in 1992, along with a handful of other New Orleans heavy hitters. More...

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