Tag: Black Waltz

Interview: Avatar talk “Dance Devil Dance” with KnotFest!

More precisely Avatar frontman and unhinged mastermind Johannes Eckerstrom talks to Joshua Toomey and Chris Akin of KnotFest about the fan reaction to the bands latest offering “Dance Devil Dance” as well as why the band decided to form their own label and go independent from here on out. There is even time to give

NEWS: Avatar buried neck deep?

“You always hear bands say, ‘This is our best album yet.’ This is our best album yet. It is AVATAR at our most laser-focused, at our most razor sharp. There’s no BS, no extra fat. Every track is a weapon and has a purpose. It’s all in the title, as this album is our angriest,

Bootleg: “Colossus” from Avatar!

Pro-Shot at the Sophie Lancaster Main Stage at this summers incarnation of Bloodstock Open Air Festival, here’s “Colossus” from the Metal circus that is Avatar as they prepare to bring us to a new hell with their next burnt offering just around the corner. James Cameron surely wouldn’t have the power to make the band

Bootleg: Avatar in Montreal Quebec Canada!

A quintet of cuts from an Avatar show at the Corona Theatre in Montreal Quebec Canada on 7th July have surfaced as the Metal Circus escaped the trappings of Brazil where they supported Iron Maiden. They’ll be hunting upon our shores come February with string of headline shows line up, support coming from Mastiff and

Bootleg: “Napalm” from Avatar!

… with just one more of their pay per view live streamed shows left, “Memories” on 30th January 2021, Swedish Avant-garde Metallers Avatar have given us “Napalm” cut from “Madness” which took place on 23rd January. The original version appears on their brilliant “Black Waltz” album, which Vesuvian chose for episode #63 of our Under

Under The Influence #63: Vesuvian on “Black Waltz” by Avatar!

Swedish Avant-garde Metallers Avatar are a band who have some incredible ideas… And some really unhinged ones. Back in 2012 the band recorded their fourth studio record “Black Waltz” and when it came to shooting a music video for the title track, the makeup artist gave frontman Johannes Eckerström the now infamous Clown Face that