Rings Of Saturn To Be Rejoined By Vocalist Peter Pawlak On Upcoming European/UK Tour

Rings Of Saturn will be rejoined by original vocalist Peter Pawlak on their 2022 European/UK tour with The Black Dahlia Murder and Viscera. Notably, the band will be performing their re-recorded version of “Embryonic Anomaly” in its entirety on that run.

Rings Of Saturn said the following:

“We would like to give a warm welcome to our original vocalist and voice of Embryonic Anomaly, Peter Pawlak, who will be joining us on The Black Dahlia Murder‘s Verminous European Tour 2022!

To commemorate Peter‘s return to the stage with Rings of Saturn, and to celebrate our first album’s recent 10th anniversary remake release, we will be playing the Embryonic Anomaly Remake album in its ENTIRETY for the first time ever on this tour!

We will also be playing fan favorite instrumental tracks (such as Utopia) from our previous records and perhaps even a new song as well! Thank you for all of your support, and stay tuned for the remaster and release of the Dingir Instrumental album this year ❤👽 🔥”

Tour Dates:

01/14 Essen, GER – Turock
01/15 Munich, GER – Backstage
01/16 Cham , GER – L.A.
01/17 Prague, CZE – Nova Chmelnice
01/18 Budapest, HUN – Barba Negra
01/19 Ljubljana, SLO – Kino Siska
01/20 Paderno Dugnano, ITA – Slaughter Club
01/21 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
01/22 Lyon, FRA – Ninkasi Kao
01/23 Nantes, FRA – Le Ferrailleur
01/25 Madrid, SPA – Caracol
01/26 Barcelona, SPA – Boveda
01/27 Tarbes, FRA – La Gespe
01/28 Paris, FRA – Petit Bain
01/29 Vosselaar, BEL – Biebob
01/30 Bristol, UK – The Fleece
01/31 Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy 2
02/01 Sheffield, UK – O2 Academy
02/02 Glasgow, UK – Classic Grand
02/03 Belfast, UK – Limelight 2
02/04 Dublin, IRE – Voodoo Lounge
02/05 Southampton, UK – The Loft
02/06 London, UK – Islington Assembly Hall
02/08 Enschede, NET – Metropool
02/09 Amsterdam, NET – Q-Factory
02/10 Hannover, GER – Faust
02/11 Wiesbaden, GER – Schlachthof
02/12 Hamburg, GER – Kronensaal
02/13 Copenhagen, DEN – Vega
02/14 Gothenburg, SWE – Valand
02/15 Stockholm, SWE – Slaktkyrkan
02/16 Umea, SWE – Droskan
02/17 Oulu, FIN – Hevimesta
02/18 Tampere, FIN – Olympia-Kortteli
02/19 Helsinki, FIN – On The Rocks
02/20 Tallinn, EST – Club Tapper
02/21 Riga, LAT – Melna Piektdiena
02/22 Vilnius, LIT – Vakaris
02/23 Warsaw, POL – Hydrozagadka
02/24 Berlin, GER – Hole
02/25 Stuttgart, GER – Wizemann
02/26 Leipzig, GER – Hellraiser

Rings Of Saturn Part Ways With Vocalist Ian Bearer, Plan To Move Forward As An Instrumental Band

Rings Of Saturn have parted ways with vocalist Ian Bearer. The group will now continue as an instrumental act.

Rings Of Saturn said the following:

“Rings Of Saturn is transitioning towards a strictly instrumental direction which will open up many new doors in terms of musical creativity for the bands future. We are looking forward to exploring new territories of writing and expand on the band’s overall sound in this way.

Along with the recent instrumental album release versions of our past discography, every album since ‘Dingir‘ has traditionally included an instrumental track, so many fans will appreciate what’s coming next with a sense of familiarity. We would love to have Ian Bearer on any tours we currently have booked, but that decision remains ultimately up to him, and moving forward this also means that live shows will be done completely as an instrumental band.

We would like to thank Ian Bearer for his years of hard work and commitment as the voice of the band during its most recent 10 years. On tour and in the studio, it has been an honor to create and perform music alongside such a great vocalist. We absolutely wish him the best in any endeavor he decides to pursue, and we hope that fans show him the same love and support as well. – Joel Omans & Lucas Mann.”

This news comes after the band were recently dropped from Nuclear Blast Records.

Rings Of Saturn Dropped By Nuclear Blast Following “Threats” And “Baseless Demands”

Nuclear Blast Records have parted ways with Rings Of Saturn. The label issued the following statement:

“Nuclear Blast has a long-standing history of supporting its artists, treating them with the utmost respect and integrity. This included Lucas Mann and Rings Of Saturn. Nuclear Blast is proud to provide this support and strives to make all its artists feel comfortable that they have a transparent, honest relationship with their label. Sadly, Lucas Mann on behalf of Rings Of Saturn has brazenly threatened to issue public statements “condemning Nuclear Blast in the strongest terms possible” if the label does not give in to his baseless demands. While Nuclear Blast is truly shocked and saddened by Lucas Mann’s actions, Nuclear Blast also does not tolerate threats. Accordingly, Rings Of Saturn have been dropped from the label.”

Rings Of Saturn Premiere Censored Version Of “The Husk” Music Video

Rings Of Saturn have premiered a new censored version of their video for “The Husk.“ This news comes after the original video was age-restricted by YouTube. The track is from the band’s 2019 album “Gidim.”

Lucas Mann commented:

“Hey everyone, I just wanted to explain why I felt a censored version of this video was necessary on YouTube. Within a few days of the release of the original version of this music video, YouTube “Age Restricted” it due to the gory scenes of the alien abduction going against their family friendly community standards. What this meant was that most people needed to actually sign into their YouTube account and confirm their age to even watch the video. This also meant that the videos reach was severely limited on the YouTube algorithm making it basically invisible to most people and was never found in the recommended section like our other content has been. Lastly it deactivated the ability for a lot of people to share the content across some social media platforms altogether. Hopefully everyone is able to enjoy this censored version of the music video, and also be able to find it and share it a bit more easily than the original. Thanks for the support, and enjoy ❤👽”

In other news, an instrumental version of “Gidim” has also been released as well:

Rings Of Saturn Premiere Music Video For Re-Recorded Version Of “Abducted”

Rings Of Saturn have premiered a new video for their re-recorded version of “Abducted.” This version of the track is from the band’s “Embryonic Anomaly” remake, which will be released on February 12.

Rings Of Saturn To Release 10th Anniversary Remake Of “Embryonic Anomaly” In February

Rings Of Saturn will be releasing a 10th anniversary remake of their album “Embryonic Anomaly” on February 12. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

The group commented:



👉The first 1,000 CD’s sold will have a special “#1” marking on the back, signifying it was the first press of the album. The CD also includes BOTH the remake album AND the instrumental version on one disc. The Vinyl only includes the remake album.👈

What you will hear and see on this new Remake / Remaster:
🎸 Lucas Mann’s Original Guitar DI tracks remastered with modern tones.
🎤 Peter Pawlak’s Original Vocal Performance remastered using his original stem files.
🥁 Lord Marco’s modern reimagining of the drums on Embryonic Anomaly played in his own blisteringly fast and brutal style.
🎸 Original Bass DI’s were used as well as the addition of improved audible Bass sections in every track.
🎛 Mixing and Mastering by Sammy Morales
🖌 Album Art Remake and Layout by Mark Cooper (Original art concept by Tony Koehl)
🙏 Special Thanks to Jon Leyden and Robert Velasquez Swanson for making this 10th anniversary remake of Embryonic Anomaly possible.


🛸Apple Music🛸

Rings Of Saturn Finish Re-Recorded Version Of “Embryonic Anomaly”

Rings Of Saturn have officially finished their re-recorded version of “Embryonic Anomaly.” Lucas Mann said the following about that:

“‼I’m very pleased to announce that the Rings of Saturn Embryonic Anomaly Remake album was completed TONIGHT‼ We had switched studios a few times searching for the right sound for this remake album and Sammy Morales knocked it out of the park 🔥 Launch date details and new merch pre-order information will be available soon. ‼Also, the Lugal Ki En instrumental release drops THIS MONTH.‼ Huge thank you to Brette Ciamarra for making this happen 🙏”

Rings Of Saturn Officially Welcome Drummer Mike Caputo To The Band

Rings Of Saturn have officially welcomed drummer Mike Caputo to the band. Caputo said the following:

“I’m very excited to announce that after a little over 2 years of being a live member, I’m officially a full member of Rings Of Saturn! To commemorate this, I made a little playthrough of ‘Inadequate‘ for you all! Drums were tracked and mixed with Brad Lambert of Psychonaut Studios in Houston, TX”

Rings Of Saturn Release Instrumental Versions Of “Gidim” And “Ultu Ulla”, Planning 10th Anniversary Remake Of “Embryonic Anomaly”

Rings Of Saturn have released instrumental versions of “Gidim” And “Ultu Ulla.” You can find those on all major streaming services. With this news, the band have also confirmed that they will be releasing more instrumental albums and a 10th anniversary remake of “Embryonic Anomaly” later this year.

Rings Of Saturn commented:

“At the request of many fans, Lucas Mann and Nuclear Blast Records have made the instrumental versions of the Rings of Saturn albums “Gidim,” and “Ultu Ulla,” available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other major streaming platforms for the first time! 🤘👽

Along with the 10 year anniversary remake of Embryonic Anomaly coming in 2020, instrumental remastered versions of the first three classic Rings of Saturn albums, “Embryonic Anomaly,” “Dingir,” and “Lugal Ki En,” are planned to be released in the future on all major streaming platforms for our fans as well! 🛸☄

We have much more planned for music releases and additional updates, such as 2021 tours, so stay tuned for specifics and details on all! We all hope you enjoy jamming out to our current and upcoming releases! 🔥🔥🔥”

Rings Of Saturn’s Lucas Mann Responds To Accusations Of Miming Guitar Parts (UPDATED)

UPDATE: Jared Dines has now shared a new video in which he apologizes to Lucas Mann for his comments:

Original Story:

Rings Of Saturn’s Lucas Mann has shared a new video in which he responds to accusations of fake guitar playing, including recent comments made by YouTuber Jared Dines. You can watch that below. Mann also issued the following statement:

“All Guitar Playing in this video is supplemented by the raw DI tracks at the end of the video that I welcome anyone to inspect. Live audio from our shows recorded direct from the console is featured debunking the “miming live” argument entirely. An explanation of why there was confusion upon the popular accusations and arguments is given, along with more supporting evidence such as a fan video. Call out Culture and Jared Dines is discussed as well. I am not trying to attack anyone with this, and only want positivity for everyone involved, however I feel my side needs to be heard because it has overwhemingly been suppressed. Hopefully this video clears everything up.”