Here’s what was played this week on THE ASYLUM:
Zeig Dich by Rammstein
StarFuckers Inc. by Nine Inch Nails
Sleeping With the Devil by Rambler
Dirty Finger by Texas Hippie Coalition
Boogiewoman by He is Legend
333 by Hellyeah
You & Die by Dead By Wednesday
The Best Ones Lie by Disturbed
Isolation by Olathia
We Will Survive by Charetta
Rise by New Day Dawn
Mars by Liliac
Gypsy Dance by Legion
27 & Done by The 69 Eyes
Dead Girl by Dead Girls Corp
I Kissed a Dead Girl by Demon Boy
Dance With the Devil by SOTO
Labyrinth by Sons Of Apollo
The Siege of Dunkeld (In Hoots We Trust) by Gloryhammer
Midnight Madness by DragonForce
Beast Engine by Machinae Supremacy
All Heroes Fall by Týr
Whiteworm by Marty Friedman
Undead Ahead 2: The Tale of the Midnight Ride by Motionless In White
A Grave Mistake by ICE NINE KILLS
Afterlife by SHVPES
Death by Cellar Darling
Dance Of The Dead by The D.O.O.D.
Gaia [Live] by Devin Townsend Project
Swedish classic/progressive rock supergroup THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA have announced to release a brand new song very soon. To give fans an idea of said track, surf to this location.
Recently the band had announced to have begun recording the successor of 2018s Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough. The band is currently working on the as of yet untitled album at Nordic Sound Labs using the same drum kit that was used during the recordings of ABBA‘s 1980 mega album Super Trouper!
“We are beyond thrilled to be able to use such a musical piece of history for the recording of our new album. Jonas is highly influenced by Per Lindvall, the drummer in ABBA, who used this very kit, during the recording of ABBA’s masterpiece Super Trouper in 1979. The sound coming from this kit is still fantastic and it’s gonna give that extra flair to our sound. We’ve had two recording sessions so far in Nordic Sound Lab in Skara, Sweden and will have a 3rd final session in September. Then the new album is good to go. We are super excited about and can’t wait to share it.” says Björn Strid.
07.06.-S-Sölvesborg – Sweden Rock
18.06.-S-Gävle – Gasklockorna (w/ TOTO)
29.06.-A-Klam – Burg Clam
05.07.-D-Ballenstedt – Rockharz Open Air
11.07.-D-Balingen – Bang Your Head!!!
12.07.-A-Leoben – Area 53 Festival
13.07.-CZ-Vizovice – Masters of Rock
01. – 03.08.-D-Wacken – Wacken Open Air *SOLD OUT*
17.08.-F-St. Nolff – Motocultor Festival
13./14.09.-D-Hamburg – Indoor Summer
15.09.-F-Raismes – Raismes Fest
The band’s latest effort Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough was released on June 29, 2018 and met by critical acclaim by both fans and media and charted in various European territories, peaking at #16 in Germany.
The album was awarded “album of the month” in various big music publications:
- Aardschok (NL)
- Rock Hard(GER)
- Rock Hard (FR)
- Sweden Rock (SWE)
and reached the following positions in:
- Eclipsed (GER) #2
- Metal Hammer (GER) #2
- Rock It!(GER) #2
- Powermetal.de (GER) #3
- Deaf Forever (GER) #5
Following the release the band went on an extensive and highly successful club tour throughout Europe and also re-released their classic early albums Internal Affairs and Skyline Whispers, now available on vinyl for the first time ever!
Memphis, Tennessee hard rockers ROXY BLUE are back with their first album of new material in 27 years, after their now legendary debut album, Want Some, has become a classic of the late ‘80s/early ’90s hard rock scene. Original members Todd Poole (vocals), Josh Weil (bass), and Scotty Trammell (drums) are now joined by new guitarist Jeffrey Wade Caughron. (Original guitarist Sid “Boogie” Fletcher has left the music business for a successful career in dentistry.)
Ukranian Metal Juggernauts Jinjer have entered the studio to record the follow-up to their 2019 EP Micro. The album is currently set for a fall 2019 release. The band are currently holed up in the Kaska Studio in Kiev working once again with producer Max Morton who produced Cloud Factory as well as their breakout album King Of Everything and their acclaimed follow up Micro EP.
DEE SNIDER just released his seventh video for the track “Tomorrow’s No Concern” from his Napalm Records debut album For The Love Of Metal.