Opener: Liv Sin
Deathstars are back! The Swedish industrial metallers are back with a new record. "Everything Destroys You" is the first release after almost nine years, and falls right into the house with the rusty steel door. The long-awaited comeback brings everything Deathstars is about: adrenaline and fear, bombast and dystopia, party night and horror, sex and glam. The musical spectrum ranges from electric, lightning-fast highways of fun, action and adrenaline to darkness and deep black humor. "Of course, there are reasons it took so long. We just wanted - and needed - a break after the intense touring. On top of that was the pandemic, so the tours were postponed and the release with them," says lead guitarist Nightmare Industries Nödtveidt. But now Deathstars are back and with a full lineup. The return of Cat Casino Bäckman on rhythm guitar is evident in the punchy sound. "The new album is a sprawling work and feels well calibrated in tracing the band's world over the years," finds shouter Whiplasher Bergh. Since Deathstars was formed a little over 20 years ago from the remnants of Dissection and Swordmaster, their high-energy rock 'n' roll shows have represented Scandinavian deathglam like no other. The band has won awards such as the highly prestigious Hammer's Golden Gods Award, completed arena tours with the likes of Rammstein and Korn, and toured the world over and over again. And while the new album is progressive in its own noisy way, it remains true to their vision and distinctiveness. It's just scarred urban life in the raw. It's unmistakably Deathstars. The five Swedes are coming to tour with us in November.This content has been machine translated.
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