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Dark Funeral part ways with Dominator

Posted by Metal Riot on Monday, November 13, 2017 at 11:33 AM (PST)

Swedish black metal masters, DARK FUNERAL, have just announced that they are parting ways with their drummer Nils “Dominator” Fjellstroem.

Lord Ahriman comments: “We must sadly inform you that we have agreed to let Nils ‘Dominator’ Fjellstroem take a much needed timeout from the band to handle personal matters. We of course wish him the best!

Yet the world keeps turning and so DARK FUNERAL will stride on. We have hired an extremely talented drummer that will fill in Nils’ position until further notice.

All scheduled shows and tours will take place as planned! Stay tuned for further announcements!

2018 will be an epic year as we have two celebrations to make, our classic album “Vobiscum Satanas” turns 20 years old and DARK FUNERAL celebrate 25 years as a band. More news to follow, stay tuned!”

 

DARK FUNERAL live:
12/2   Leeuwarden, NL – Into Darkness Festival
3/29   Oslo, NO – Inferno Metal Festival

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Dark Funeral release “Nail Them To The Cross” video

Posted by longhairedpoet on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 10:17 AM (PST)

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Swedish black metal stalwarts Dark Funeral are at it again.

After signing with Century Media Records in 2012 and rounding out their line-up, these Swedes are preparing to re-conquer the world.

A 7″ with “Nail Them To The Cross” and another song is expected in early 2015.

Check out the video for “Nail Them To The Cross” and Dark Funeral tour dates here.

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Morbid Angel announce tour dates

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 2:54 PM (PST)

Morbid Angel has released new tour date and joining them on the road with them will be Dark Funeral, Grave, and Vadim Von.

To see a full list of cities, dates, and venues click here.

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Dark Funeral signs with Century Media

Posted by KageDrummer on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 5:32 PM (PST)

Swedish black metallers, Dark Funeral, have signed a worldwide deal with Century Media for their next three albums. Guitarist Lord Ahriman has stated:

Our bad luck with labels in the past has for sure been very frustrating. So it is with great pleasure to finally be able to turn the page, move on and start a new dark chapter in the Dark Funeral saga, as we join the great Century Media family. Century Media has more than enough proven to be a stable and highly professional label. And we are totally looking forward to this new cooperation, which I’m sure will prove to be very satisfying and successful for both parts. Hail the goat!

Jens Prueter, Head Of A&R at Century Media Records Europe has also stated:

“I always respected Dark Funeral for their endurance and integrity. They’ve gone through some hard times, but never gave up and also never gave in to compromise on their musical and aesthetic vision. Almost 20 years after their formation it’s still the same powerhouse of unmerciful black metal and the new line-up is stronger and more focused than in the past. Thanks to Lord Ahriman and the whole band! Looking forward to their 20th anniversary in 2013 with a new album In The Sign Of The Horns!”

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Dark Funeral postpone North American tour

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 8:51 AM (PST)

Swedish black metal band Dark Funeral have announced the cancellation of it’s U.S. tour for unknown reasons.  They have not however cancelled their appearance on this years 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise.  To read a statement from the band click here.

Dark Funeral last released Angelus Exuro pro Eternus in 2009 on Regain Records and has since replaced vocalist Emperor Magus Caligula with Nachtgarm of the black metal band Negator.

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Witchery announce new singer Emperor Magus Caligula

Posted by Ehrila on Friday, July 15, 2011 at 2:34 PM (PST)

Century Media posted the following statement: Some of you might be surprised to see a new face at the Hultsfred Festival tonight when Witchery enter the stage to declare Witchkrieg over Sweden.

Patrik Jensen (guitarist, also in The Haunted):

“We are saddened to announce the departure of Legion (ex-Marduk, ex-Devian), singer of last years Witchery ear crusher “Witchkrieg”. Unfortunately, conflicting schedules made a continued collaboration impossible. We are very thankful for Legion’s input and work on our latest album, and we wish him only the very best for the future.”

“Witchery will however not remain without a leader to take them thru the netherworlds and beyond. None other than Emperor Magus Caligula (ex-Dark Funeral) has decided to once again adorn his armor, and go off to battle for the better of darkness and evil.”

Click here to read the whole story.

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Dark Funeral finally finds new singer in Nachtgarm

Posted by jessepac on Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 11:07 AM (PST)

NachtgarmBlack Metal masters Dark Funeral were shaken to their core when longtime vocalist Emperor Magus Caligula left the band last year, but after an intense search, the band is happy to announce his replacement: 30-year old Nachtgarm.

Guitarist Lord Ahriman had this to say about the addition:

“I think I can speak for everyone in the band and say that besides completely knocking us down with the strength of his vocals and wide register, what truly blew us away was his presence, energy and the amazing spirit he showed during the final audition. He just came into the rehearsal room, found and took his rightful spot. And then just set the whole place on hellfire! It’s really hard to explain ‘that’ certain feeling one is looking for, but once you get it, you just know that you’ve found the right man for the job. And that is something we all got ‘deluxe.’ No doubt about that! Mankind has no idea what is coming upon them. And I can’t wait to bring this maniac on tour for the world to experience Dark Funeral in the most intense and hellish way ever!

States Nachtgarm: “To me, Dark Funeral is the epitome of black metal. To be a member of this institution now, is not only a big honor for me, but is also complementing my work as a lead singer as well as my action at the front of the stage throughout the years. Consequently, I am very glad that Dark Funeral put their unholy faith in me and my abilities. As the successor of Emperor Magus Caligula, I am quite aware of the high expectations being directed to my person. However, I can assure every one of you out there, that with every breath I take I will live up to these expectations. Hands down. This is the arrival of Satan’s Empire. Now let us set this world aflame!”

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Dark Funeral announce the return of former drummer Dominator

Posted by Ehrila on Thursday, June 23, 2011 at 12:39 PM (PST)

Dark FuneralSwedish black metallers Dark Funeral announced the return of their former drummer Dominator.

Dominator commented the news:

“After a short break of focusing on other aspects of my life, it’s a great privilege for me to announce my return to Dark Funeral. The time off has fueled my inspiration and urge to get back behind the kit and annihilate. It’s an honour to play alongside my fellow brothers again. May Dark Funeral rise to Dominate once more.”

Click here to read band comments.

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In a recent update, Lord Ahriman of Dark Funeral has issue a statement regarding the future of the band, and how they plan on being back at “full forth” before the Summer. Lord Ahriman writes,

“I/we understand that many of you impatiently are waiting for us to announce the new lineup, get back on tour, write and release a new album and so forth, and rightfully so! Personally, I wish we would have been back at full force long time ago, but for obvious reasons, we don’t want to make any sudden decisions here, which I’m sure you all understand!  Obviously, we could have chosen the quick and easy way, brought in some great and talented session musicians, and just kept on touring, but because we want to build a new, much stronger and sustainable lineup, that was an option was ruled out immediately. Anyway, I just wanted to give a quick sign of life and let you know that things are moving along just fine. And as long as things continue to go according to our master plan, we should be back at full force before the summer. However, I’d like to point out that we haven’t made any final decisions or hired anyone yet, but it shouldn’t take much too long until we do.”

In August, vocalist Emperor Magnus Caligula performed his final show with the band.  Shortly following, bassist B-Force and drummer Dominator also left the band.

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Interview: Dark Funeral’s Lord Ahriman discusses lineup changes

Posted by Lucas Riot on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at 3:15 PM (PST)

Lord Ahriman of Dark FuneralIn a new interview conducted by Heavy Metal Tribune, Lord Ahriman of Dark Funeral discusses the recent member departures, the new album “Angelus Exuro Pro Eternus,” and the future of Dark Funeral.  In August, vocalist Emperor Magnus Caligula performed his final show with the band.  Shortly following, bassist B-Force and drummer Dominator also left the band.

To read the full interview click here.

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Video from Dark Funeral’s final show with Emperor Magus Caligula

Posted by Lucas Riot on Thursday, August 26, 2010 at 3:45 PM (PST)

Dark FuneralNot long ago, Dark Funeral vocalist Emperor Magus Caligula announced that he had decided to leave the band. Caligula’s last night to perform with the band was at the Summer Breeze Festival in Germany on August 21st. The band has uploaded some fan-filmed footage of the event.

To see the videos click here.

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Dark Funeral Vocalist E.M. Caligula leaves band

Posted by Lucas Riot on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 5:00 PM (PST)
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E.M. Caligula of Dark Funeral

After 15 years at the helm of Swedish black metal band Dark Funeral, vocalist Masse Broberg (Emperor Magnus Caligula) has decided to call it quits.  The band has released the following statements:

“This is Caligula of Dark Funeral!

“I would like to inform all of our fans that on Saturday, August 21, at the Summer Breeze festival in Germany, I will be doing my last show with Dark Funeral.

Read the full statements here.

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