Tag Archives: Drakkar Entertainment

The Exploding Boy – Run Red Video

Post-punk, alternative, dark indie rock, dark wave, gothic, dark dance – The Exploding Boy have been called all of them at some point, but the important thing is they have a new single out, ‘Run Red‘,  with an accompanying lyric video that you can watch right here at Ramzine. ‘Run Red‘ is taken from Alarms! the Swedish band’s new album ...

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Tri State Corner Release Hero & New Video

Tri State Corner pre-empt the release their new album Hero on 27th April through Drakkar Entertainment with new video ‘Downfall’ that you can view here at Ramzine. Tri-State Corner began 13 years ago when ive guys from Greece, Poland and Germany set off to revolutionise the music scene by integrating a Greek lute (a Bouzouki), into their catchy rock songs, ...

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Qntal Release VIII- Nachtblume

Krautrock was the disparaging term created to describe Germany’s unique musical development from the late sixties on, wherein they incorporated space rock and early progressive elements and advanced the use of synthesisers. Since 1992, Qntal have taken that theme in another direction, merging electronic sounds with medieval melodies, and on 9th March they will be releasing their latest album VIII- Nachtblume through ...

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Schattenman Release Licht An

Neue Deutsche Härte, industrial and metal, as infected by melodic hooklines is what we’re promised on Licht An the debut album from Schattenman released on 2nd March through Drakkar Entertainment. “We sing about things that keep us in suspense,” said vocalist Frank Herzig, who also produced the album at West Records Studios. “We want to unearth the things hiding deep within us.” Formed ...

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Thaurorod – Coast of Gold

Finnish power metal band Thaurorod release their latest album Coast Of Gold on 16th February through Drakkar Entertainment. Musically, Finland’s town of Hyvinkää where they hail from is best known as a hotbed for black metal, so an act like Thaurorod practically get viewed as deviants. The band is used to overcoming obstacles though, operating a revolving door of members ...

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