Tuesdays will need to make room from being known for tacos to being a day where some awesome tours are also announced and this weird introduction leads me into the news about the tour with Russian Folk Metal titans Arkona. Take a look down below and know that I will return at the close with some added editorial opinion.
The Press Release:
Russian Metal outfit ARKONA will return to North America this summer as part of their “Pagan Rebellion” tour, with support from Wind Rose & Metsatoll. The Pagan metal band is hitting the road on the strength of their 2018 full length, Khram. The upcoming tour kicks off at the Token Lounge in Detroit, MI on August 26th, and concludes in Chicago, IL at Reggie’s on September 23rd. Continue reading Arkona & Wind Rose Announce “Pagan Rebellion” North American Tour→
Though I’m not exactly in place at my Heavy Metal HQ in NYC at the moment, I’ve been monitoring the events to come and all the happenings that you need to know straight away. That leads me to this fresh tour news from Finnish Folk Metal masters Korpiklaani. Check it out below.
The Press Release:
Finnish Folk Metal Superstars KORPIKLAANI are set to release their new studio album Kulkija (“Wanderer”), on September 7th, 2018 via Nuclear Blast. To bridge the gap until its unveiling, the band has launched another album trailer, in which they talk about the album’s recording and production. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcugCiRzQl4 Continue reading Korpiklaani Announces North American Tour w Arkona→
Arkona is back in NYC and bringing along for the first time ever the band Sirenia from Norway. This early starting show will also feature two support acts so don’t be late. You can expect an early end to this performance as well based on the later evening Dance Hall happenings in the entire space.
While there didn’t seem to be any word from the label itself, the Napalm Records recording artist Arkona have recently announced their imminent return to North America with the band Sirenia in tow. Check out the brief statement and the tour poster below. I’ll return with some thoughts at the close.