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Red Harvest

Discussion in 'Norwegian Metal Scene' started by digitalmetalcom, Aug 2, 2002.

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  2. Blackspirit

    Blackspirit there are no words left

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    I haven't heard much by them, but will
    check them out as I'm planning on seeing
    them live in not too long :eek:)
     
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    Rune Fairy Mistress of Dragons

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    I wouldn't go as far as saying 'the best'...but all the same I think their latest album is pretty damn good!
     
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    Mocika Root Of All Evil

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    their latest album is really, reall, really, very good
    when i got it i couldnt take it from my cd player for days ;)
     
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    The same here, Red Harvest last album rules my player!!!
     
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    Mocika Root Of All Evil

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    Has any of you seen them live?
     
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    GONETribalchemy New Metal Member

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    Yes, the same energy live or on CD,
    they played here last year with Zyklon, and this year with Khold,
    a good good gig for RH,
     
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    Mocika Root Of All Evil

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    with Zyklon.. and with KHOLD... im thinking about moving to Norway :)

     
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    Nate The Great What would Nathan do?

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    Mocika Root Of All Evil

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    If you like Red Harvest, i assume you all know Ram-Zet too. I would like to hear your opinions on them. I liked both of their albums, but i prefer Escape!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
     
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    GONETribalchemy New Metal Member

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    Well, I didn't listen enough to Ram-Zet to compare ...saw them once at Inferno, but choosed to give a try to Zeromancer, the band that continued Seigmen, they played here with a UG techno/metal band from Belgium, I enjoyed I mean, but only feared a bit the softer parts, not so easy to be open-minded in general, so back to Red Harvest, as I enjoy everysingle track of their last album, even the video >
    http://www.nrk.no/kanal/nrk_petre/ambolt/1728197.html
     
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    I haven`t heard of Red Harvest..but they are gonna play before Candlemass goes on stage at Rockefeller tomorrow.. so I am looking foreward to see them too :D
     
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    We are looking forward a review:)
     
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    Ok..I don`t know what to say about Red Harvest!?
    It was some kinda industry-Rammstein thing.. I don`t know..But one thing I know.. I did not like them!! They made the night a boring memory!!!!!!
     
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    Red Harvest is ok, but not THE BEST band from Norge... There are few more interesting bands like Zeromancer, Blood Red Throne, Scariot...
     
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    Im sorry to hear you didn`t like them.. :cry:
     
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    Morgana Vintermagi

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    Can't say anything of Zeromancer yet, have to check them out, but I agree on Blood Red Throne & Scariot. Both are also worth to be seen live.
     
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    Norway's RED HARVEST will enter the studio on January 30, 2004 to begin recording the follow-up to 2002's "Sick Transit Gloria Mundi", tentatively due late spring/early summer through Nocturnal Art Productions.

    In other news, the group's previously announced Jan. 4 appearance at an Italian music festival has been cancelled by the event's organizers. "It looks like one of the promoters has disappeared, and it looks like they have cut down when it comes to number of bands playing at the festival," the group write on their web site. "Unfortunately, RED HARVEST is one of the bands taken off the bill. Please don't blame the band for this, we have even delayed the recording of our new album because we thought we would play."
     

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