After former Agalloch and current Pillorian frontman John Haughm posted an anti-Semitic comment on Facebook, his Pillorian bandmates left the band and his former Agalloch bandmates condemned him in a statement.
Wolves in the Throne Room will release their new album Thrice Woven on September 22 via Artemisia, and they'll begin a US tour a week later with support fom Pillorian (the new band of Agalloch's John Haughm). The video for opening track "Born From The Serpent's Eye" is out now.
Wear Your Wounds (also ft. members of The Red Chord, Trap Them, and Cave In) will make their live debut at Roadburn, which also just added My Dying Bride, Wolves in the Throne Room, Ash Borer, Emma Ruth Rundle, Sumac, and more.
Curated by Baroness's John Baizley, the fest has a couple big surprises. One is a reunion from late-'60s occult-rock greats Coven. Another is that Patrick Walker (who focuses on 40 Watt Sun these days) will be reuniting Warning to play their classic 2006 album Watching from a Distance in full for the first time ever...
Last month, three of the four members of Agalloch announced the formation of Khôrada with Former Giant Squid vocalist Aaron Gregory. Today, the fourth member, Agalloch founder John Haughm, joins Stephen Parker of Maestus and Trevor Matthews of Uada to form a new band, Pillorian...
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