Omina Gatherum am 19.11.2017

Omina Gatherum

OMNIUM GATHERUM

From the northern regions of the globe, from Finland, comes Omnium Gatherum a melodic death group of crazy six known for its fierce live shows and the fresh ingenious sound. Brutal, aggressive, highly melodic and catchy but still maintaining the sophisticated originality the band is known for!

 

Omnium Gatherum is pushing their music ever forward to challenge the marking trend and still respect the heritage of the genre – to mix something new into the maintaining feeling of quality melodic death metal. The thing about Omnium Gatherum is that whilst making albums and touring around the world the guys have kept the pack together and keep on delivering outstanding live performances to audiences around the world. OG is its members and more there is a real feeling of a family and unity within the group that is why the band is so alive. This is truly like a natural phenomenon which keeps on growing.

 

The just released new album ‘Grey Heavens’ has blown both fans and critics away. Charted to 2nd position in national album chart of their home country Finland, awarded ‘album of the month’ for example in Metal Hammer and in many other medias and getting maximum rates in reviews around the world, means the album is getting more and more known throughout the metal scene. There is no stopping the moving train and OG just started touring the world again to promote this masterpiece. With the previous “Beyond” album world tour the band conquered 3 continents and played approximately 150 gigs in support for the album. More is more.

20 years and 7 albums under their belt the band have finally slowly but surely risen to the top of the game in melodic death metal.




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Abendkasse: lt. Aushang
Einlass: 19:00 Uhr
Beginn: 19:30 Uhr

Skalmöld am 19.11.2017

Skalmöld

 

 

SKÁLMÖLD

From the Realms of the Far North, an Army of six Icelanders rushes towards Battle!

 

Skálmöld was founded in August 2009 and has since then become the biggest metal act in Iceland. The band’s Debut album, “Baldur” was released late 2010 and was immediately a huge success, both with the metal scene and the more mainstream crowd. Skálmöld then released the album via Napalm Records in 2011 and has made quite an impact on the international metal scene since then. After more than a year of touring and promoting Baldur, Skálmöld headed back to the studio to record their second album entitled “Börn Loka” (Loki’s Children). It was released in late 2012 and followed by extensive touring throughout 2013. The year came to a grand closure when Skálmöld joined forces with Iceland Symphony Orchestra for three sold out shows in Iceland’s largest concert hall, Harpa. The concert was released as CD/DVD and became an instant best seller. In late 2014 the fourth studio album was born, entitled “Með vættum”. Despite a bit heavier and darker sound it’s success further established Skálmöld’s role in the scene.

 

Skálmöld plays music that could be described as Battle Metal, a potion of Epic Viking Metal, old school Death and Thrash Metal, entwined with the Icelandic heritage. The lyrics are all written under the strict rules of the ancient Icelandic poetry and influenced by the heathen roots of the Nordic nation. The outcome is a powerful mixture of Heavy Metal and Heroic Sagas, erupting from the boiling core of the frozen Island.

 

The band puts on a killer show, rock tight and energetic, so be sure don’t to miss out on Skálmöld. And in the end, who would be better suited for telling stories of the Vikings but the Vikings themselves?

Abendkasse: lt. Aushang

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