Tag Archives: Orange Goblin
Witchsorrow

Bloodstock 2012 Interview: Witchsorrow

At Bloodstock 2012 we had the opportunity to catch up with Witchsorrow and talk to Necroskull (guitar and vocals) and Emily Witch (bass).

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Orange Goblin release Acid Trial music video

Orange Goblin have released a music video for their song ‘Acid Trial,’ which comes off their latest album release ‘A Eulogy For The Damned.’

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Witchsorrow, Dripback and Battalion added to Bloodstock

Bloodstock Open Air have announced three additional acts for the Sophie Lancaster stage at this year’s festival. Necro Skull of Witchsorrow comments on their return: “We are truly honoured to be returning to cast a shadow over Bloodstock once more. We promise you total doom annihilation, a celebration for the damned as the end of […]

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I Am I and Benediction added to Bloodstock

Bloodstock Open Air have announced the additions of two new bands to their line-up. Marking their third appearance at Bloodstock are Birmingham death metallers Benediction: “To be invited back to play Bloodstock for the third time is truly an honour for Benediction. Bloodstock was the first festival to give us (and our genre of music) […]

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Orange Goblin

Album Review: Orange Goblin – A Eulogy For The Damned

If you like your rock with a spliff hanging out its mouth and a beer in its hand, then Orange Goblin may be the band for you. Returning with their seventh studio album entitled ‘A Eulogy For The Damned’, they are ready to tear it up, Goblin style. ‘Red Tide Rising’ washes over you with […]

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Orange Goblin set release date for A Eulogy For The Damned, 2012 UK headline tour announced

Orange Goblin have announced that their brand new album, ‘A Eulogy For The Damned’, will be released on 13th February 2012. This is the bands seventh studio album and the first on their new label, Candlelight Records. In support of the album the band will hit the road in April 2012 on the “A Eulogy […]

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Bloodstock Open Air 2012 announce first bands

Bloodstock Open Air has revealed the first two names for next year’s festival. The first act confirmed for the Ronnie James Dio main stage next year are legendary Canadian comeback kings Anvil. Anvil are true defenders of the faith, having never lost sight of their vision to create uncompromising, dyed in the wool heavy metal. […]

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