Tag: Woven Into Ashes

NEWS: Vintersea hear the doomsday clock ticking?

After announcing the departure of vocalist Avienne after a decade, three albums and five tours across North America, Vintersea have premiered a music video for “No Tomorrow” from last year’s “Woven Into Ashes“. The Progressive Metal outfit inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest to create dark and melodic music have begun the search

NEWS: Vintersea dance with the devil!

Set to play Mad With Power Festival in Madison Wisconsin alongside Oceans Of Slumber, Vesuvian and Celestial Wizard in August the Progressive Melodic Death Metal that is Vintersea have gone back to last May’s album “Woven Into Ashes” for a music video for “Devil’s Churn“. It’s a classic from the Pacific Northwest that has to

NEWS: Vintersea rise and fall with the tide!

Splicing together footage shot during their first international tour, a run with Moonspell, Oceans of Slumber and Eleine which took place earlier this summer, with some performance moments, Vintersea have shared a music video for “Lonesome Tide“. The track takes pride of place on the Progressive Melodic Death Metal bands May released album “Woven Into

Documentary: Vintersea on The American Full Moon Tour #3!

Earlier this month Vintersea embarked on their first international tour, playing ten shows with Moonspell across North America, the later celebrating 30 years together. Joining them were Oceans of Slumber and Eleine with cuts from new M-Theory Audio released “Woven Into Ashes” taking pride of place in the set. The third installment of the tour

Documentary: Vintersea on The American Full Moon Tour #2!

The second part of a featurette following Progressive Blackened Melodic Death Metallers Vintersea as they embark on their first international tour in support of their third album “Woven Into Ashes”, out now via M-Theory Audio has landed. It finds them following Moonspell across North America as they celebrate 30 years as a band with Oceans

Documentary: Vintersea on The American Full Moon Tour #1!

Progressive Blackened Melodic Death Metallers Vintersea embark on their first international tour with Oceans of Slumber, Eleine and Moonspell, who are celebrating 30 years as a band. Ironically enough the of the tour kicked off on the same day they released their our third album, “Woven Into Ashes” via M-Theory Audio so the band have

Interview: Vintersea talk “Woven Into Ashes” with Heavy New York!

Guitarist Riley Nix is the man chosen by Vintersea as their representative to be grilled under the FBI style interrogation spotlights of Heavy New York for an interview about their new album “Woven Into Ashes” and rightly so as he’s already spoken elsewhere. The Portland quintet showcase progressive, melodic and blackened tendencies on the album

Review: “Woven Into Ashes” by Vintersea

Once again featuring cover art by Ne Obliviscaris singer Xenoyr, “Woven Into Ashes” is the third full length of Corvallis, Oregon based Vintersea – a band who began life as Asterion and released a debut EP in 2014. Changing their name in 2016 the have since released a two critically acclaimed albums in 2017’s “The

NEWS: Vintersea search for the horizon!

Three times a charm for Vintersea with the third single “Into The Horizon” from their 5th May releasing third album “Woven Into Ashes“. A masterclass with progressive, melodic and blackened tendencies from a band who have surrounded themselves with some serious talent to ensure that what they have created has something extra. Adorned by cover

NEWS: Vintersea search for light in the dark…

Just four weeks after the premier of first single “At The Gloaming Void” from their upcoming new album “Woven Into Ashes“, Portland quintet Vintersea have offered up a second in “Unveiling Light” which showcases progressive, melodic and blackened tendencies. Adorned by cover art from Ne Obliviscaris singer Xenoyr and engineered by Gabe Johnston (Unto Others, Silver