DARK FOREST “The Awakening” will kick off Cruz del Sur Music‘s year 2014 with yet another pummeling example of Ol’ British Steel, and it’s time to unveil some of its incredible music. Metal Temple.com has described this record as “a fantastic third album from a band that clearly knows exactly what it’s doing and should do really well to solidify their reputation on the global scene“.
You definitely have a lot to be excited about, because as of today, you can stream DARK FOREST‘s new song “Sacred Signs” from Cruz del Sur Music’s Bandcamp page.
Remember that, by providing a valid e-mail address to receive our newsletter, you will be entitle to a FREE DOWLOAD of this premiere song!! Read more “Streaming and free Download of DARK FOREST “Sacred Signs” from upcoming album”
We are extremely pleased to welcome DARK FOREST into Cruz Del Sur Music‘s roster!! This young band from Birmingham, England has been around for a few years now, releasing their self titled debut album on Eyes Like Snow Records in January 2009… their traditional take on heavy metal is as uniquely British as some of the best NWOBHM bands, reinterpreted with a modern production’s punch able to make them stand out alone, fists in the air. If your heart still has a soft spot for Iron Maiden, Angel Witch, Isen Torr or early Deep Purple, DARK FOREST has come out of the woodwork to make your day.
The band is entering the studio on Saturday June 18th to start recording their second full-lenght, ‘Dawn of Infinity’ which will be released by Cruz Del Sur Music in the fall of 2011. To celebrate this new allegiance, we reached guitarist Christian Horton to ask him a few questions about DARK FOREST‘s new album and the inking of a record deal with Cruz Del Sur… Read more “DARK FOREST signs a record deal with Cruz Del Sur Music”
Today is the official street date for PHARAOH‘s “Ten Years” CD Ep… without wasting time to rave more about the details and track listing we have already described profusely in previous posts, we have reached guitarist Matt Johnsen for an exclusive interview regarding this Ep and some anticipations on the band’s new full-length, tentatively scheduled for the fall of 2011…
“Ten Years” EP is finally out, what are your feelings about it, and how do you think it can preview the material on the upcoming new album?
The EP does not, really, preview the fourth album at all, since everything on it was written contemporaneously with the songs that appeared on Be Gone. We knew, even before we hit the studio for that album, that we had too many songs for a single LP. Read more “PHARAOH “Ten Years”: an Interview with Matt Johnsen”