Posts Tagged ‘Katatonia’

Katatonia – City Burials

By the time you read this, the latest album from Katatonia will have already been on the streets for a couple weeks. I’m sure you’ve read some reviews by now and those are most likely from fan boys or former fan boys. I must give you a fair warning I am no such person. If […]

Katatonia – Dead End Kings

A decade ago, Katatonia made a daring and calculated shift in their style – something that few bands have attempted and even fewer have weathered – and succeeded with their artistic vision and metal reputation intact. Over time, we’ve heard subtle shifts and additions to that evolutionary sideways leap, from the eclectic stomp of Viva Emptiness […]

KATATONIA ANNOUNCES ‘NEW NIGHT OVER EUROPE’ TOUR

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – Swedish progressive metal titan, Katatonia, has announced dates for a headlining European run, to kick off this spring. The “New Night Over Europe” tour will begin in Germany on March 3rd, and will hit over 30 cities, spanning across 14 countries, before wrapping up in early April. More details will be released […]

Katatonia – Night is the New Day

Katatonia are influential. Make no mistake about it, this is an act that knows all the right moves and has been a leading entity throughout the years despite their change in sound and musical contemplation. The sheer emotion that circumvents their music is undeniable and with 2009’s Night is the New Day, Katatonia shatters the […]

Katatonia’s “Day and Then the Shade” video on MySpace

Sweden’s Katatonia have posted a new music video for their new single “Day and Then the Shade” on MySpace. The track taken from their new album Night is the New Day was directed by Lass Hoile (Opeth, Porcupine Tree) and you can check it out here. Night is the New Day is Katatonia’s eighth studio […]

Katatonia – Live Consternation CD/DVD

In today’s musical world, we are lucky enough to receive DVD’s of some of our favorite artists. Underground or not, it’s just as important as the damn CD anymore and even no name acts are scrounging up the money and producing low budget concert footage. It may not be as good as actually attending the […]