Satan: Burning Portrait-2022.

Satan:Heavy Metal NWOBHM from United Kingdom.

Discography:

The First DemoDemo1981
Into the FireDemo1982 
Kiss of DeathSingle1982
Court in the ActFull-length1983
Dirt Demo ’86Demo1986
Into the FutureEP1986
Suspended SentenceFull-length1987
Live in the ActLive album2004 
Into the Fire / Kiss of DeathCompilation2011 
The Early DemosCompilation2011 
Life SentenceFull-length2013
Trail of Fire: Live in North AmericaLive album2014 
Atom by AtomFull-length2015
The Doomsday Clock – CatacombsSingle2018 
Cruel MagicFull-length2018
Twelve Infernal LordsSingle2020
Early RitualsCompilation2020 
Earth InfernalFull-length2022

Members:

Steve RamseyGuitars (1979-1984, 1985-1988, 2004, 2011-present)
See also: Skyclad, ex-Blind Fury, ex-Pariah
Russ TippinsGuitars (1979-1984, 1985-1988, 2004, 2011-present)
See also: Tanith, ex-Blind Fury, ex-Pariah, The Russ Tippins Electric Band, ex-Tysondog
Graeme EnglishBass (1980-1984, 1985-1988, 2004, 2011-present)
See also: Skyclad, ex-Blind Fury, ex-Pariah
Sean TaylorDrums (1983-1984, 1985-1988, 2011-present)
See also: Warrior, ex-Blind Fury, ex-Blitzkrieg, ex-Raven, ex-Pariah
Brian RossVocals (1983-1984, 2004, 2011-present)
See also: Blitzkrieg, ex-Lone Wolf, ex-Split Image, ex-Avenger, ex-Anvil, ex-Black Leather, ex-Kashmir, ex-Middle Earth, ex-Ripped Panties, ex-Talisman, ex-Unter den Linden

Past Members:

Steven BeeBass (1979-1980)
Andy ReedDrums (1979-1981)
Andrew FreppVocals (1979)
Steve AllsopVocals (1979-1981)
Ian McCormackDrums (1981-1983)
See also: ex-Pariah, ex-Battleaxe, ex-Cronos, ex-Beef Torpedo
Trevor RobinsonVocals (1981-1982)
See also: ex-Cecil Splinge and the Inflatable He Men, ex-Notre Dame, ex-Wasteland
Ian “Swifty” SwiftVocals (1982-1983)
See also: Avenger, ex-Atomkraft, ex-Cardinal Synne, ex-Tysondog
Lou TaylorVocals (1982, 1984)
See also: ex-Saracen, ex-Blind Fury, Heaven or Hell? (Ronnie James Dio tribute), ex-Persian Risk, ex-Tour De Force
Michael JacksonVocals (1985-1988)
See also: ex-Rough Edge, ex-Pariah

Black Eye: The Hurricane-2022.

Black Eye:Melodic Heavy Metal International.

Frontiers is pleased to presentBlack Eye, a new musical project centered around the vocal talents of David Readman (Pink Cream 69). The band’s self-titled debut album will be released on May 6, 2022.

Today, fans can get their first taste of the band’s music with the release of the single and video.‘The Hurricane’.

Pre-order/save “Black Eye” HERE: https://orcd.co/blackeye

Musically, the driving principle behind Black Eye was to create a melodic metal album with great choruses, powerful beats and great solos supporting the powerful voice of Readman, a world-class singer. The band’s name is a reference to the Black Eye Galaxy (also known as the Devil’s Eye Galaxy), a pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy that is visible in the constellation Coma Berenices and is well known among amateur astronomers. , as it is clearly visible even with small telescopes.

Fans of European melodic metal masters, like Masterplan and Edguy, and everyone who has celebrated Readman’s voice over the years in his various endeavors will find much to be pleased with here!

«Black Eye» Tracklisting:

1. The Hurricane

2. Space Travel

3. Break The Chains

4. No Turning Back

5. Darkest Night

6. Midnight Sunset

7. Under Enemy’s Fire

8. The Landing

9. Don’t Trust Anyone

10. When You’re Gone

11. Time Stand Still

Lineup:

David Readman – Vocals

Aldo Lonobile – Guitar

Luca Princiotta – Guitar

Andrea Arcangeli – Bass

David Folchitto – Drums

Keyboards & Orchestral Arrangements – Antoni Agate, Mattia Gosetti

Produced by: Aldo Lonobile

Executive Producer: Serafino Perugino

https://www.facebook.com/BlackEyeReadman/

Sorcerer: When Death Calls-2021.

Sorcerer is a Swedish epic doom band from Stockholm, which was founded in 1988, disbanded in 1992 and re-formed in 2010.

The original 1988 band consisted of bassist Johnny Hagel, drummer Tommy Karlsson and guitarist Peter Furulid. In 1989, singer Anders Engberg (Lion’s Share)and a second guitarist, Mats Liedholm, joined the band. In the same year, the group recorded their first demo Anno 1503, of which 1,500 copies were sold,[citation needed] and the band played two gigs in Stockholm, the first with Count Raven and the second at a festival with other bands, including EntombedCarnageTherion and Mezzrow, all of which were playing their first show.[1] In the same year the sampler Rockbox was published, including “Born with Fire”.[2] In 1990 Rickard Evensand joined Sorcerer as new drummer.[3] In 1992 Sorcerer recorded their second demo, The Inquisition, which included a demo version of the Rainbow song “Stargazer”.[4] Later that year, Hagel left the band to join Tiamat. Shortly thereafter, the band disbanded. According to Hagel, his departure was not the reason for the band’s dissolution, but the lack of motivation and lack of time of the remaining band members.[5] In 1995, John Perez of Solitude Aeturnus released both demos as a compilation on his label Brainticket Records,[1] Brainticket’s first release.[4] Perez and Hail had known each other since the first Sorcerer demo.[5]

In 2010, Oliver Weinsheimer offered the band a slot at the German Hammer of Doom Festival. Sorcerer now consisted of Hagel and Engberg and friends of the two. Kristian Niemann and Ola Englund played electric guitar and Robert Iversen the drums. In 2011, Perez re-released the remastered demos.[1] As a bonus, three previously unreleased songs, “Wisdom”, “Northern Seas” and “At Dawn”, were included.[4] The same year, the band played at the Up the Hammers Festival in Athens, and work began on the debut album. In 2012, Englund left the band to join Six Feet Under; Peter Hallgren joined as a replacement. In the following years, the band continued to work on the album, then the recorded material was mixed and mastered by drummer Robert Iversen. The album was mastered by Jens Bogren[1] and released in 2015 under the name In the Shadow of the Inverted Cross on Metal Blade Records.[6] In 2017, the second album, The Crowning of the Fire King, was published via Metal Blade, and was chosen as “album of the month” in the German Rock Hard magazine.[7]

Discography:

SorcererDemo1989
The InquisitionDemo1992 
SorcererCompilation1995 
Heathens from the NorthCompilation2004 
The SorcererFull-length2011 
Anno 1503EP2011 
In the Shadow of the Inverted CrossFull-length2015
BlackEP2015 
SirensSingle2017 
Ship of DoomSingle2017 
The Devil’s IncubusSingle2017 
The Crowning of the Fire KingFull-length2017
The Hammer of WitchesSingle2020 
Dance with the DevilSingle2020 
DeliveranceSingle2020 
Lamenting of the InnocentFull-length2020
The Quarantine SessionsEP2020 
Gates of BabylonSingle2021 
When Death CallsSingle2021 
Johnny Hagel
Bass (1988-1992, 2010-present)
See also: Order of Isaz, ex-Tiamat, ex-Lithium, ex-Sundown (Swe)
Anders Engberg
Vocals (1989-1992, 2010-present)
See also: ex-Dreams Fall, ex-Twilight, ex-220 Volt, ex-Book of Reflections, ex-Lion’s Share, ex-Section A, ex-Therion (live), ex-Tony Martin (live), ex-Speaking to Stones
Richard Evensand
Drums (1991-1992, 2017-present)
See also: ReignsawDemonoid, ex-Dog Faced Gods, ex-Ebony Tears, ex-Southpaw, Toehider, ex-Sectu, ex-Therion, ex-Black Majesty (live), ex-Soilwork (live), ex-Chimaira
Kristian Niemann
Guitars (2010-present)
See also: Demonoid, ex-Therion, ex-Snowy Shaw (live)
Peter Hallgren
Guitars (2012-present)
See also: ex-220 Volt (live), ex-Eclipse (live)
Justin Biggs
Bass (2019-present)
See also: Autumn’s MourningDying DaylightHyperion (live), Therion (live), ex-Descend, ex-Sarasvati, ex-Revolution Renaissance

Past Members:

Tommy KarlssonDrums (1988-1990)
Peter FurulidGuitars (1988-1992)
Mats LiedholmGuitars (1989-1992)
Robert IversenDrums (2010-2017)
Ola EnglundGuitars (2010-2012)
See also: FearedOla EnglundScarpointThe Haunted, ex-Facing Death, ex-Subcyde, Eldvåg, ex-Six Feet Under, ex-At the Gates (live)