Wednesday, 09 August 2017 09:00


Evil-Lÿn is a traditional heavy metal act formed in 2007 in Tampere, Finland. The band's first release was "The Night of Delusions" EP (2012) and it had a strong impact in the underground metal scene, followed by breath breaking live performances in festivals like Up The Hammers.

Evil-Lÿn's current line-up is Lasse Heinonen (vocals), Anssi Salonen (guitar), Lassi Tiainen (guitar), Jarkko Tasala (bass) and Timo Hanhijoki (drums).

The band's first full length album "Disciple of Steel" is already recorded and will be released via No Remorse Records.

Release date and more details to be announced soon.

Join Evil-Lÿn on Facebook HERE

Tuesday, 30 May 2017 16:08


DEUCE material will be released on CD and tracklist is: 1.Barnburner, 2.Angels from the Dust, 3.72 Hours, 4.Teleman's 3rd, 5.Bad Boys, 6.Atomic Age, 7.One Nation Underground, 8.Devastator, 9.Love's Massive Suicide, 10.Telemann's 3rd (1993)

HAWAII "Loud, Wild and Heavy" will be released on CD and tracklist will be: 1.Bad Boys of Metal, 2.Loud, Wild and Heavy, 3.Escape the Night (Vixen cover), 4.Rhapsody in Black, 5.Life Goes On (bonus track), 6.Schools Out (bonus track), 7.Radio CM, 8.Interview

VIXEN "Made in Hawaii" will be released on CD, LP and limited edition box set.
Tracklist will be: 1.The Young and the Reckless, 2.Living in Sin, 3.Escape the Night, 4.Rocking Me Hard, 5.Beg for Mercy, 6.Angels From The Dust (US Metal version), 7.House of The Rising Sun (demo), 8.Secret of The Stars (demo), 9.Lady Savage (demo), 10.Living In Sin (demo), 11.Angels From The Dust (demo), 12.Give It All You Got (unreleased bonus track)

All three albums will be remastered by Bart Gabriel.

Release dates to be announced.

Thursday, 30 March 2017 12:25


No Remorse Records and Gabriel Management are immensely proud to present something on many Heavy Metal fans' wish list: the most exciting series of re-issues of the decade.

They are widely held as the band that started the whole Swedish Heavy Metal wave with their first album in 1978. In addition, they are regarded as the first Viking Metal band in the world. HEAVY LOAD, a name that electrifies fans around the globe. A band - a name that never ceased to reverberate and fascinate. In fact, a list of the bands that officially admit that they were influenced or inspired by this mythical Swedish act could turn out to be endless.



Due to the famous flood that devastated Thunderload Studios back in 2001 (one meter of water for five hours), the HEAVY LOAD tapes had been evacuated, scattered, misplaced and believed to be damaged beyond repair. After arduous efforts trying to find and restore the tapes, the band´s founding members Ragne and Styrbjörn Wahlquist discovered that the recordings could be re-mastered.

These legendary albums have been out of print since the eighties. Bootlegs with poor sound quality have been abundant, and they are continuously selling in increasing numbers to new audiences around the world. In fact, no licensed CDs have ever been made (despite their often legal appearances) except for the rare Japanese releases from the Eighties. But, for ages, fans, journalists, musicians influenced by the band, as well as people of the music industry have tried to persuade Ragne and Styrbjörn to reissue their original recordings on both CD and vinyl LP. And now, at last, they will.


In order to guarantee the best sound quality, the reissued LPs and CDs will be remastered directly from the original analogue tapes. This will be done by Ragne and Styrbjörn themselves at Atlantis Grammofon in Stockholm – one of the few studios that still have the capacity to handle recordings the old analogue way. Now, finally, you will be able to hear the albums the way they were meant to be.

These official reissues will be expanded with bonus tracks. Some of these tracks have never been heard by the public before – demos and songs recorded for the albums which had to be dropped due to the limited playing time on LPs. The reissues will be available both as CDs (in deluxe digipak packages) and vinyl LPs (in gatefold covers). Both the CDs and the LPs will have the same bonus tracks. The CD covers will be coupled with great booklets, designed by the Wahlquist brothers themselves. Both the CD and the LP booklets will feature previously unpublished photos, as well as stories about how the songs came about.


HEAVY LOAD was founded in 1975 by two brothers: Ragne Wahlquist (vocals, keyboards and guitar) and Styrbjörn Wahlquist (vocals and drums). In 1978 HEAVY LOAD released their first album "Full Speed at High Level" - during an era when the Swedish media and record industry claimed that Hard Rock was dead and that the band was doomed to fail. The Wahlquist brothers’ vision has always been the core of what HEAVY LOAD was all about. So after expanding the band with a second guitarist, they founded their own recording facility, the famous Thunderload Studios, along with their own label, Thunderload Records. On their own label, they released timeless classics such as "Metal Conquest" (1981), "Death Or Glory" (1982) and "Stronger Than Evil" (1983) by HEAVY LOAD.


At last, due to an epic pact between the band and No Remorse Records, the back catalogue will be made available again. This series of ultimate reissues will start in the early Summer of 2017, with their last album "Stronger Than Evil" and continue back through their production.

But that’s not all of it. Far from it! As 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of their debut album, HEAVY LOAD prepares something special. Something special to DEFY THE POWERS OF THE DARK SEA.


HEAVY LOAD Facebook Page

Thursday, 09 June 2016 15:13


The legendary US metal band Heir Apparent joined forces with No Remorse Records for a new album that will be released during 2018.
Seattle, WA's Heir Apparent was founded in 1984 by guitarist Terry Gorle. During 1985, Heir Apparent signed with Black Dragon Records and completed the first album "Graceful Inheritance" that was released in January of 1986. Up to this day, the debut album of Heir Apparent is considered as one of the best US metal albums of the 80s.
After highs and lows in the music industry and line-up changes, finally the band was signed by Metal Blade Records and released their second album "One Small Voice" (1989), one of the best progressive metal albums of all times. Although the future looked bright, tensions surrounding commitment and finances within the band caused a rift that split the group.
In 2000, Heir Apparent reunited at the Wacken Open Air festival in Germany, and in the next years more shows followed with different line-ups for festivals like Keep It True, Metal Assault and Up The Hammers.
The current line-up of Heir Apparent consists of original members Terry Gorle (guitars), Derek Peace (bass), Ray Schwartz (drummer) with the addition of Op Sakiya (keyboards) and the great new singer Will Shaw. This line-up dominated Up The Hammers (Greece) and Keep It True (Germany) festivals during 2016 and with this full comeback, the time is right for a new album.
Details to follow on time.

Watch Heir Apparent live at Up The Hammers festival:

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Visit the official Heir Apparent site HERE



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