As Boston was able to finally catch its breath, metalheads continued to make their way to the Palladium for Day 2 of this year’s New England Metal and Hardcore Festival on Saturday (April 20).
When it comes to veteran metal bands, Katatonia are undoubtedly one of the most successful in terms of continuously giving their fans quality music. Katatonia have remained undiminished by a lack of inspiration, continuing a two-decade string of familiar, yet sophisticated albums, consisting of enough style and unique little moments to establish their sound as notably Katatonia.
We're teaming up with Swedish metal outfit Katatonia to bring you an awesome contest. To celebrate the upcoming release of Katatonia's ninth full-length album, 'Dead End Kings' (due Aug. 28), and the band's upcoming 'Epic Kings & Idols' tour, we're giving away a special prize-pack to one lucky fan, consisting of prizes from the bands Katatonia, the Devin Townsend Project and Paradise Lost.
Three cheers for Swedish progressive metal masters Katatonia for their consecutive victories against Gojira, Nile and an incredibly impressive win against As I Lay Dying. Seemingly the underdogs throughout each of their Death Match battles, Katatonia and their track 'Dead Letters' are only one more win away from being declared immortal in the Death Match Hall of Fame.
Cheers to Katatonia and their new track 'Dead Letters,' for the band has racked up a second Death Match win against death metal legends Nile. Apparently the Red Sea decided not to split for a second time, as Nile drowned in defeat. Katatonia will now face their third opponent, who have nearly made the Death Match Hall of Fame in the past.
La victoire appartient à Gojira metal français une fois de plus, comme ils ont défait Between the Buried and Me en Death Match la semaine dernière! ... Sorry … for those of you who can't read French, we're informing you all that the French metal masters of Gojira defeated Between the Buried and Me in last week's Death Match. That makes two wins for Gojira, with another two left to bring the band into the Death Match Hall of Fame.