Vulture Industries, Helheim, Madder Mortem / Club Quantic

Vulture Industries, Helheim, Madder Mortem / Club Quantic

Vulture Industries and Helheim, alongside Madder Mortem, will play  in Bucharest on April 25, 2019 in Club Quantic.

Helheim, arrive again in Romania while Vulture Industries returns to Romania with a new single after last year’s two concerts.

Tickets are available exclusively through
59 lei – Earlybird (price for the first 100)
69 lei – Presale (up to April 24 inclusive)
85 lei – Access (price on the day of the event, both online and at the entrance)

Vulture Industries (Avant-garde / Progressive Metal) began its work in 1998 in Bergen (Norway) under the name of Dead Rose Garden and in 2003 decided to move to the current name.
Vulture Industries has formed a fan base in Romania on the occasion of the concerts that the band had in previous years, which is why our country was not bypassed during this new tour.

Helheim, the pioneer of the Norwegian Viking metal, was founded in 1992 by V’gandr (bass, vocal) and H’grimnir (guitar, vocals), joined by drummer Hrymr: And for the current band configuration, in In 2008 guitarist Noralf joins Guitar. The band first started singing at local festivals, releasing their debut demo in 1993, distributed only in Norway.
The band’s name comes from Helheim, the realm of the dead in Northern mythology, and in over 20 years of existence, the band has released 9 studio albums and 3 EPs.

In the beginning, Madder Mortem was formed in 1993 as Mystery Tribe, and recorded the demo “Days in Sorrow”. The name was changed to Madder Mortem, and in January 1997, the MCD “Misty Sleep” was recorded. The result was mailed around, Misanthropy Records reacted and the debut “Mercury” (X-ray Studios) was released in February 1999. “Mercury” was well received, but sadly, Misanthropy decided to close down, which left the Madders with neither company nor contract.

In 1999 Christian Ruud (guitars), Boye Nyberg (bass) and Sigurd Nielsen (drums) left the band to pursue educations and other pastimes. This was naturally a setback, but after some time Agnete and BP found new musicians. Eirik Ulvo Langnes (guitars), Pål Mozart Bjørke (bass) and Mads Solås (drums) joined the band. The new members fitted in perfectly.

Marrow was released on Dark Essence Records 21 of september 2018 with cover art by legendary norwegian illustrator and author Thore Hansen.

The album is accompanied by two videos. A beautiful animated video for “Far From Home” and the filmed , slightly surreal video for “Liberator”. Both conceptualized and directed by the genious of Romanian artist Costin Chioreanu.

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