Dragon Fire: Kamelot, Deicide, Twitching Tongues, and more

Dragon Fire is Slow Dragon Music’s brief news round-up, filled with chunks of fleshy goodness. 

With new album The Shadow Theory coming April 6th, symphonic prog metallers Kamelot (Napalm Records) have released an official music video for the track Ravenlight.


The quarter finals of Bloodstock‘s Scottish heats of Metal 2 The Masses kicked off last Thursday (March 8th), and continue Thursday March 15th with The Starry Wisdom Cult, Satiracy, Sundrown, and A Ritual Spirit. Catch our interview with organiser Fede Valls on the Slow Dragon Music website.

Glasgow based almost punks, Dead By Monday, are in the mixing stages of their first full-length, Real Fake News. The album is planned for release after a Summer of singles and live dates, but you can get a taste of their sound from their 2017 E.P.

Aberdonian black metal overlords, Drekavac, have announced plans to return to the studio next month to re-record their 2012 demo The Litanies Of The Dead. Read the article with vocalist Hyperion here.

Scottish rock fest Wildfire updated their line-up this week to include 40 fantastic bands, including Thundermother (swe), Chasing Dragons, and classic riff-rockers Samarkind.

Russian gore lords Aborted Fetus are creeping up on their next full-length release. They released official video last September for Nailed To The Cross taken from upcoming album The Ancient Spirits Of Decay, which breaks ground fully on May 11th. If you missed it, here it is:


The ever controversial Deicide have re-issued both Scars Of The Crucifix and The Stench Of Redemption across a range of (mainly vinyl based) packages.

On Friday (March 9th 2018), Twitching Tongues released a video for the powerful Gaining Purpose single, from their newest full-length, Gaining Purpose Through Passionate Hatred.



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