Thalassic, being the band’s most diverse offering yet, is bound to keep fans engaged and occupied during this period of indeterminate downtime. We caught up with guitarist/vocalist Petri Lindroos as he sweated through one of the hottest Finnish summers on record to discuss why live show cancellations are especially painful, water’s elusive power, and the reason he’ll never stop smiling through even the worst flight conditions.
The first thing one notices about this five piece hardcore band from France is their moniker. It’s an unavoidable point of discussion, one that will either have people—and potential record label suitors, as you will see—running for the hills or justifying its use by claiming there were many worse and quite a few better band names they could have settled on.
Floridian power metal band Kamelot toured their ass off for almost a year and a half since the release of its 12th studio album, The Shadow Theory. With the release of I Am The Empire - Live from the 013 coming in August, Youngblood spoke to us about The Shadow Theory, on writing new music, Kamelot’s longevity in the music industry, and more.
WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF BELLA KELLY’S NEW VIDEO “THROAT” ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM. The invigorating gothic-trap anthem “Throat” resonates with outsiders because BELLA casts her lot with them, alone with the alone.
LISTEN TO THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF WoR’S DEBUT ALBUM PRISONERS ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM. WoR, groove metal hailing from Raleigh, USA, will be unleashing their debut album “Prisoners” on Friday, August 7, 2020 via Bungalo Records/Universal, and before it officially drops, the band has teamed with Outburn Magazine for the premiere of the records full stream.
LISTEN TO THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF PYRITE SIDEWALK’S NEW EP EFFORTLESSLY SUBDUED ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM. San Francisco alternative rock four piece Pyrite Sidewalk has released a new acoustic EP. The Manic Kat Records outfit deliver stripped back, unplugged versions of three fan favorite tracks, on Effortlessly Subdued.
Godfathers of death metal, Poland’s Vader just wrapped up a month long tour of North America—their first here in almost three years. As luck would have it, it also happened to fall on big anniversaries of three of their most revered albums—De Profundis (25 years), Litany (20 years), and The Art of War (15 years), giving the band an excuse to bring out some deeper, older cuts on this run.
The lights dimmed and the energy of the crowd intensified with anticipation for the New England local, Great American Ghost. The band released their third LP Power Through Terror just 10 days before the show, giving fans plenty of time to learn every lyric.
From the fog filled darkness emerges a female figure dressed in white, angelic and surreal. There is something mystical about her, one can not avert their eyes. Is she even real? Is she of this Earth? As she begins to sing the most angelic yet tormented tones, it is quickly realized this is no ordinary rock show. This is September Mourning.