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Sahg release “Mortify” music video

Posted by KageDrummer on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 1:35 PM (PST)

Norwegian doom metallers, Sahg, have released a music video, directed by Tommy Naess, for their song “Mortify” off their current release “Sahg III.”

To check out the new video click here.

“Sahg III” was released in August 2010 through Indie Recordings.

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Cradle of Filth vocalist Dani FilthA new semi-supergroup has formed, combining the forces of black, death, heavy, and doom metal into a new package entitled Temple of the Black Moon. The band describe their sound as “a cauldron bubbling over with the unsavory flavors of Tool and Celtic Frost, and seasoned with the likes of Immortal and At The Gates.”

Here is the line-up for this new act:

Dani Filth – Vocals (Cradle of Filth)

Rob Caggiano – Guitar (Anthrax/The Damned Things)

King Ov Hell – Bass (Sahg/Gorgoroth)

John Tempesta – Drums (White Zombie/Rob Zombie/Exodus/Testament/The Cult)

Dani Filth spoke about the new project:

“We had an innumerable amount of names that never seemed likely to stick, that was until we put our proverbial heads together and narrowed it down to just three or four, and then tossed for it (proverbially of course) using a silver Norwegian crown (we couldn’t find any proper money). The name Temple Of The Black Moon represents the rigorous worship of desire, (the black moon astrologically has always held association with the dark Goddess Lilith) and of course the ramifications of the lunar eclipse, always a herald for death and ill-omen.”

No album title, publisher, engineer, or release date has been announced, but the group has already recorded nearly an entire album.

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Band Spotlight: Sahg

Posted by Christine on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 8:54 PM (PST)

Not many heavy metal bands can boast of chart positions and two-page bulletins in all the national newspapers for a debut album. Sahg can. With their gloomy chords, ten ton rhythms and a taste for the heavy rock pioneers of the seventies, the Bergen-based quartet had the audience and critics toss their hats in the air with excitement. Sahg I (2006) filled a void in the Norwegian metal fauna, and was an indisputable success in Norway, as well as abroad. The album got 10 out of 10 points in German Rock Hard Magazine, and 8 out of 10 in the UK edition of Metal Hammer. The success debut album brought the band on tour stateside, as opening act for extreme metal pioneers Celtic Frost, and made Sahg “the one to watch” at a string of metal festivals.

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