This past July, Ensiferum released their critically acclaimed full-length, Thalassic, via Metal Blade Records - which landed on the worldwide charts: --Finland: #1 - official albums chart--Germany: #3 - official albums chart--Switzerland: #5 - official albums chart--USA: #10 - current hard music albums chart--USA: #14 - top new artist albums chart--USA: #26 - current rock albums chart--USA: #94 … Continue reading NEWS: ENSIFERUM – Launches Lyric Video For ‘Run From The Crushing Tide’
Another two weeks have gone by, which means it's time to update the playlist. Single releases come from Ensiferum, Feuerschwanz, Ocean Hills, Starkill, Jinjer, Eleine, Nachtblut and Hatebreed. There is also a brilliant collaboration from Lord Of The Lost and rap group Swiss & Die Andern, if you want to hear two different styles come … Continue reading ROCK OUT STAND OUT PLAYLIST – 13.09.2020
Last Friday (July 10th), Ensiferum released their new full-length, Thalassic, via Metal Blade Records. Stream and purchase Thalassic now at: metalblade.com/ensiferum - where the record is available in the multiple formats. For a preview of Thalassic, a lyric video for the album track "For Sirens" can be viewed below: https://youtu.be/8WRG7MQvrrY Find ENSIFERUM on Facebook.
Grab a sword and board a dragonhead long ship! Make fast the oars, set sail and prepare for battle on the high seas with ENSIFERUM. The sword bearing folk metal warriors from Finland are due to return with their new nine track album Thallasic. What does Thallasic mean though? As I discussed with vocalist and … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Ensiferum – Thallasic
ENSIFERUM are well established in the scene. They have been delivering their folk inspired melodic death metal for over two decades now and show no signs of slowing down. They will soon be unleashing their eighth studio album titled Thallasic via Napalm Records on the 10th of July. Rock Out Stand Out’s Martin White speaks … Continue reading “People still need new music.”
On July 10th, Ensiferum will release their new album, Thalassic, via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of Thalassic, a video for the new single, "Andromeda" (directed by Vesa Ranta and recorded on Rankki Island, Finland). You can watch the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgF38ZQJAPU Find ENSIFERUM on Facebook.
On July 10th, Ensiferum will release their new album, Thalassic, via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of Thalassic, a video for the first single, "Rum, Women, Victory", which features fan-submitted, sing-a-long content that the band collected after reaching out to their followers about recreating an at-home festival-like experience. You can watch the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3zeW_cEm7I&feature=youtu.be Ensiferum's Sami Hinkka … Continue reading NEWS: ENSIFERUM – Launches Video For ‘Rum, Women, Victory’ With Fan-Submitted Content & Announces ‘Thalassic’ Record Release Show
Ensiferum are a true powerhouse when it comes to folk-inspired melodic death metal, something they hammer home more resolutely than ever with eighth full-length Thalassic. The title translating from ancient Greek as "of or relating to seas", it's a suitably huge and wide-ranging collection that incorporates orchestrations and traditional folk instrumentation alongside the roaring guitars, bass, and … Continue reading NEWS: ENSIFERUM – Reveals Details For New Album, ‘Thalassic’
So 2017 is drawing to a close and there have been some worthy releases this year. Narrowing them down to a top ten was no easy feat but these records made the cut for this year. So I bring you, my top ten albums of 2017. Here is the first half. 10. Alestorm – No … Continue reading Rock Out Stand Out’s Top Ten Albums (10-6)
Folk metal titans ENSIFERUM are back and they mean business. They are due to unleash a new album into the midst next month and it may be one of their best records to date. Whilst representing Distorted Sound Magazine, I spoke to bassist Sami Hinkka about the upcoming release, their live shows and getting the right balance of old and … Continue reading “We have rule regarding the sets, that it has to include a song from each of the albums which is becoming more and more difficult.”