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Pain Leader Peter Tägtgren: Women Go, Music Stays
Pain/Hypocrisy leader and producer Peter Tägtgren has been through two divorces, but music is his first and lasting love. Who needs wives when you've got tunes and a creative urge? "It just shows that I only care about myself really," he recently joked to Noisecreep. &…
Lock Up Announce New Album: ‘Necropolis Transparent’
Lock Up, the death-grind super group featuring Shane Embury (Napalm Death, Venomous Concept), Nicolas Barker (ex-Cradle of Filth, ex-Dimmu Borgir), Tomas Lindberg (At The Gates, Disfear) and Anton Reisenegger (Criminal, Pentagram), have announced 'Necropolis Transparent' as the title of th…
Laethora ‘A.S.K.E.,’ ‘Humanae’ — New Songs
The super Swedes of Laethora -- which features Dark Tranquillity guitarist Niklas Sundin and the Provenance members Joakim Rosén (guitar), Jonnie Tell (bass) and Joel Lindell (drums), along with vocalist Jonatan Nordenstam -- will release their second album, 'The Light in Which We All Bu…
Overkill Reveal Details for 25th Anniversary Tour
On Feb. 9, Overkill will release their 16th LP, 'Ironbound,' the band's first effort for E1 Music, which was mixed by Hypocrisy's Peter Tägtgren. To celebrate the thrash band's 25th anniversary and the album's release, Overkill will embark on a North American tour …
Converge Take Shot at Album Leaking Journalists — VIDEO
Over the past decade, as internet technology got more advanced and album leaks more common, music journalists typically shook their heads in dismay at the wave of records hitting the Web weeks -- even months -- before their release date. Conventional wisdom in the writing community held that it was …
Hypocrisy, Ex Deo Tour Hindered by U.S. Immigration Snags
On Nov. 6 in Springfield, Va., Hypocrisy and Ex Deo are scheduled to hit the road with Ensiferum for a brief U.S. tour. Only Ex Deo and Hypocrisy can't get into the country because immigration won't grant them visas.
First, Ex Deo revealed on Monday that they'd be forced to drop off t…
Hypocrisy Hope to Feed From Pain’s Success
Hypocrisy are making an unusual comeback with the release of their latest record, 'A Taste of Extreme Divinity.' Multi-instrumentalist Peter Tägtgren considers the band his main focus, though he has had a variety of side-projects. None have gotten as big as Pain, which in 10 years and…

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