Latest news: Thu, Nov 13 2014, 1349
Norwegian black metal tyrants 1349 have released live footage from their recent 'Massive Cauldron of Chaos' record release show in Bergen, Norway. Multi-cam footage of the band playing the new track "Postmortem" is streaming here.
1349 have embarked on the 'Chaos Raids' European headlining tour. The tour starts tonight in Munich, and sees the band travel across Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, England and more, before concluding at the end of the month. A full listing of confirmed tour dates can be found below.
11/12 Munich, Germany @ Backstage
11/13 Aalen, Germany @ Rock It
11/14 Oberhausen, Germany @ Helvete
11/15 Rotterdam, The Netherlands @ Baroeg
11/16 Biebob, Belgium @ Vosselaar
11/17 Paris, France @ Glazart
11/18 Lyss, Switzerland @ Kulturfabrik
11/19 London, England @ Underworld
11/20 Glasgow, Scotland @ Audio
11/21 Dublin, Ireland @ Voodoo Lounge
11/22 Manchester, England @ Sound Control
1349 is touring in support of their recently released album, 'Massive Cauldron of Chaos'. The album, which has been called "another career-defining release which will surely confirm their place among black metal's more promising groups." (Sputnik Music), and a "musical, versatile effort that should earn 1349 a high degree of respect going forward" (Metal Injection) is streaming here. Artwork and track list can be found below.
'Massive Cauldron of Chaos' will be released as a Digipak CD with bonus track and patch, gatefold white LP, gatefold black / clear/ white LP, cassette, digital, and merch. All physical formats can be pre-ordered at Season of Mist’s e-shop.
The limited Digipak edition includes a cover version of POSSESSED’s “The Heretic”. That bonus track is exclusive to the American edition of the album!
1349 previously released the first track from 'Massive Cauldron of Chaos' digitally. The song, entitled "Slaves", is available for stream and purchase at iTunes and Bandcamp. The band have also premiered an exclusive VOIVOD cover of "Tornado" via Decibel Magazine. The song was taken from Decibel's forthcoming 10th anniversary issue flexi, which can be pre-ordered here.