ETA all year?
ETA all year?
Satyricon, everyone’s favourite Norwgian Black Metal duo, are the latest act to be confirmed for Bloodstock Open Air 2009. The band join Candlemass, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Katatonia, The Haunted, Sabaton, Turisas, and Wintersun on an ever-swelling bill that sees the three-day festival is shaping up to be ever better than this year’s event.
Bloodstock Open Air 2009 will once again take place at Catton Hall in Derbyshire, over the weekend of Friday 14 August – Sunday 16 August. Early bird tickets are available now at the drop-down price of £85, only through the Bloodstock website.
Satyricon have announced the release of their seventh studio album, The Age Of Nero, through Roadrunner Records on 03 November 2008.
Talking to Norwegian newspaper, VG, frontman Satyr was typically uncompromising about his thoughts on the record: “I just played the album loud, and thought that if they they don’t like it, it’s their problem.”
The new album will include the title track from the My Skin Is Cold EP, released earlier in 2008, as well as seven other, new tracks.
Satyricon – The Age Of Nero tracklisting
‘Black Crow On A Tombstone ‘
‘Die By My Hand’
‘My Skin Is Cold’
‘The Sign Of The Trident ‘
‘Last Man Standing ‘
Following the release of the album, the Norwegian black metallers will indulge in a 6-week European tour. Starting in Stavanger, Norway on 12 November 2008 and ending in Hamburg, Germany on 20 December 2008. Support on all dates will come from awesome British thrashers, Evile.
There will be three rare UK shows from the duo as well, which will incorporate rhythm guitarist, Gildas Le Pape and bassist, Victor Brandt into the lineup. Make sure you do not miss these shows.
Satyricon November tourdates
24 Birmingham Barfly
25 Leeds Cockpit
26 London ULU
True to form, Gary’s been snapping away and has got some brilliant shots of what looks like an awesome festival. Check out our photo gallery right here.
Hove Festival 2008 photo gallery:
17 April 2006
by Raziq Rauf
It’s exciting to see that the most progressive genre around right now is also, by far, the least accessible and the one most people will quite rightly refer to as “scary”. Norwegian stalwarts Satyricon have always looked to further themselves by leading the black metal scene.