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Metal Monday

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@RelapseRecords #Myrkur @PrimordialEire

Roskilde Festival added 27 acts to their 2019 lineup last week. A grand total of zero of them I am interested in. 🙁

In better news, Brutal Assault added 11 bands. The highlight, for me, is Primordial.

Metal Magic will be announcing more bands tomorrow.

Neurosis, Godflesh, and YOB are playing some European shows together. I’m hoping that means Neurosis will be added to the Brutal Assault lineup and maybe YOB will be added to a European festival I’m going to as well.

2019 Brutal Assault Festival Lineup

Happy birthday, Amalie Bruun!

MYRKUR @ 2018 Roskilde Festival

#rf18 @orangefeeling @RelapseRecords #Myrkur

Full line-up for Roskilde Festival 2018

Myrkur @ Copenhell

#rf18 @orangefeeling @RelapseRecords #Myrkur

Tomorrow the full list of acts for the 2018 Roskilde Festival will be announced. Hopefully, some more bands that I want to see will be added. So far the lineup is exceedingly light on heavy bands. Myrkur is doing two sets–a lighter and a heavier one. Oddly, neither set will be on the same day as Chelsea Wolfe. Once again, there isn’t really a day I can miss, but as of right now, there isn’t a single day in which I want to see more than two bands.

Roskilde Festival begins to announce 2018 lineup

myrkur copenhell

Myrkur @ 2017 Copenhell

#rf18 @orangefeeling @RelapseRecords #Myrkur

I must admit, I was thinking about skipping the 2018 Roskilde Festival. However, if the first announced performers are an indication of the future then I will for sure be going. Three of the first ten are appealing to me: Myrkur, Watain, and Mogwai. If 30% of the remaining 165 are also artists I want to see, well, I’ll be very busy in early July.

Myrkur @ 2017 Copenhell

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Myrkur

@RelapseRecords #Myrkur

Mixing elements of Black Metal and Folk Metal, Myrkur is an unusual, but at the same time somewhat familiar, sound. Haunting, beautiful vocals from Amalie Bruun ride on top of the music.

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