Dragon Fire is Slow Dragon Music’s brief news round-up, filled with chunks of fleshy goodness.
We just have a quick half-dozen morsels for you this time around, but they are simply too good not to share! Enjoy!
That great Dane, King Diamond, has announced the release of a Blu-Ray/DVD titled Songs For The Dead Live, featuring the whole of classic album Abigail, in concert! Twice! Recorded at Graspop and The Fillmore, pre-orders are available via this link, and you can also check out the video for Sleepless Nights.
Continuing the theme of all things ‘power’, between two tours, Germans, Powerwolf, have fired out a recap video featuring the song Stossgebet (quick prayer). Dates for the second part are below
10.01.19 FR – Toulouse / Bikini
11.01.19 FR – Bordeaux / Le Rocher De Palmer
12.01.19 ES – Barcelona / Razzmatazz 1
13.01.19 ES – Madrid / La Riviera
15.01.19 FR – Lille / L’Aeronef
16.01.19 FR – Nantes / Le Stereolux
17.01.19 FR – Rouen / Le 106
19.01.19 UK – Manchester / Academy 2
20.01.19 UK – Glasgow / Swg 3
21.01.19 UK – Bristol / Swx
22.01.19 UK – Birmingham / Digbeth Mill
24.01.19 FR – Reims / La Cartonnerie
25.01.19 DE – Düsseldorf / Mitsubishi Electric Hall
26.01.19 FR – Nancy / L’Autre Canal
27.01.19 FR – Marseille / Espace Julien
28.01.19 FR – Lyon / Transbordeur
29.01.19 FR – Strasbourg / La Laiterie
22.03.19 UA – Kiev / Pochayna Event Hall
23.03.19 BY – Minsk / Re:Public
24.03.19 RU – St. Petersburg / A2 Club
26.03.19 RU – Novosibirsk / Podzemka
28.03.19 RU – Yekaterinburg / Tele Club
29.03.19 RU – Moscow / Stadium
With a slightly more modern flavour, OOMPH recently unveiled the first video from their upcoming January 18th album, Ritual. The track, named Kein Liebeslied, is definitely not a love song.
Hamferð have released an epic, dark live video for their track Evst. Recorded in the Faroe Islands, at the launch show of their most recent album, Tamsins Iikam.
The ambitious project, Emerald Sabbath, is somewhat of a legendary collective. Featuring no less than ten ex-members of Black Sabbath, Ninth Star is their tribute to the metal giants, as orchestrated by an Irish Nuclear construction safety inspector. With names such as Adam Wakeman, Vinny Appice, and Tony Martin(!!!) on board, it’s not just a rock affair; classical music interpretations apparently get a shot at the wheel, as well. Nothing is seeing the light of day just yet, other than a word from the organiser in the video below, but you can pre-order it over here.