Carach Angren will be performing select festival dates across Europe this summer as well as a few off-dates with support from Wolfheart. The band will first be hitting up Inferno Metal Festival 2019 in Oslo, Norway on April 21 and as of now, will wrap up their run during the weekend of July 19 at Gefle Metal Festival in Gavle, Sweden. The full run is as follows:
CARACH ANGREN 2019 Festival Appearances:
04/21: Oslo, Norway @ Inferno Metal Festival 2019
04/26-27: Lichtenfels, Bayern, Germany @ Ragnarök Festival
06/22: Clisson, France @ Hellfest Open Air
06/28-30: Ferropolis, Germany @ Full Force Festival
06/28-29: Dokkum, The Netherlands @ Dokk’Em Open Air
07/12: Warsaw, Poland @ Klub Proxima (w/ Wolfheart supporting)
07/16: Tampere, Finland @ Klubi (w/ Wolfheart supporting)
07/17: Helsinki, Finland @ On the Rocks (w/ Wolfheart supporting)
07/19-07/20: Gavle, Sweden @ Gefle Metal Festival
Additionally, the band will be reissuing 2012’s ‘Where The Corpses Sink Forever’ on gold and black LP formats. This was not only the band’s third studio album, but their debut to ‘Season of Mist.’
Dutch horror masters Carach Angren take you to the hell of war with ‘Where The Corpses Sink Forever.’ The trio’s dark, black metal-based sound is bombastic, theatrical, and perfectly portrays the groups’ cinematic horror concepts.
‘Where The Corpses Sink Forever’ can be pre-ordered on vinyl at THIS LOCATION.
Carach Angren appeared live on Adult Swim’s FishCenter back in October of 2018. The full performance of “Charlie”, which is taken from the Horror fanatics’ latest album, ‘Dance And Laugh Amongst The Rotten’ can be viewed on YouTube.
Carach Angren previously commented on the FishCenter performance: “In October of this year we completed our ‘Pitch Black Horror over North America’ headline tour and the response has been overwhelming! Cartoon Network’s nighttime program Adult Swim picked up on our haunting and invited us to bring nightmares to their well known ‘Fish Tank.’ This resulted in a crazy episode of which you can watch a part via the link!”
Carach Angren will be playing in support of their latest release ‘Dance and Laugh amongst the Rotten.’
The Dutch masters of horror are back with their most flamboyant album so far. On ‘Dance and Laugh amongst the Rotten,’ Carach Angren are painting musical pictures that easily combine the grandiose depth of a Rembrandt with Van Gogh’s maelstrom of whirling colors and the utter madness of Bosch. This lusciously seductive dance macabre will drag you in and never let go.
Carach Angrenhave employed all the sonic colours on their palette to dazzling effect. Their trademark whipping guitars are weaving harsh melodies and sinister soundscapes, which are beautifully contrasted by opulent keyboards and majestic orchestrations. That Till Lindemann (Rammstein) and Peter Tägtgren (Pain) have called upon the composition talent of Clemens “Ardek” Wijers is a telling sign of his outstanding mastery of the craft. Another signatory counterpoint is provided by Seregor’s fierce rasping and shrieking vocals. Adding to the impact, Namtar has become a relentless driving force with his hard hitting yet intricate drumming. Each track on this album is a highlight on its own, while combined ‘Dance and Laugh amongst the Rotten’ simply shines.
Carach Angren set out to tell ghost-stories with a set of paranormal cases recorded on the demo ‘The Chase Vault Tragedy’ (2004). This was soon followed by the official release of the ‘Ethereal Veiled Existence’ EP (2005) as a prelude to the haunting ‘Lammendam’ (2008). The Dutch had a clear vision of combining a dark baroque style of metal with horror based lyrical concepts. Their sophomore full-length, ‘Death Came through a Phantom Ship’ (2010), witnessed the band setting sail to bring their eccentric and capturing live performances to audiences and festivals all over Europe. In the wake of third album ‘Where the Corpses Sink Forever’ (2012), the haunting had reached the Americas and started to spread rapidly. This recorded added a serious side to the lyrics of Carach Angren. While firmly remaining in the horror genre, their tales revolve around the evils of war. This mature streak was taken a step further with the fourth full-length ‘This Is No Fairytale,’ which is on the surface a darker variation of the “Hansel and Gretel” story from the Brothers Grimm collection, but also deals with the too real topic of child abuse in a dysfunctional family.
With ‘Dance and Laugh amongst the Rotten,’ Carach Angren return to “pure” storytelling with episodes that are centred on a girl playing a little too long with her Ouija board. The Dutch have pushed their unashamedly theatrical style to a new intense height. You do not believe us yet? Press play and unleash these radiant ghosts into your home…