Northlane have entered the studio to record their new album. The band confirmed the news in the below Instagram post:
Northlane have parted ways with Brendon Padjasek. The bassist left the group to focus on his home life. The band will now be moving forward as a four-piece. On another note, Northlane have also announced that they have officially gone independent through a new partnership with Believe. This news comes after they released an official video for their new song “Clockwork” earlier today (March 18).
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Nothlane have premiered a new video for their new single “Clockwork.“ You can check that out below. Notably, the track will also serve as the official theme song for “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege” Oceanic Nationals eSports League 2021.
Mashd N Kutcher have shared a new video for their remix of Northlane‘s “4D.” This track is from Northlane‘s new remix EP “5G,“ which was released today (February 26).
Northlane have announced that they will be releasing a new remix EP titled “5G” on February 26. The effort will feature the following tracks:
01. “Bloodline” (HEALTH remix)
02. “4D” (Mashd N Kutcher remix)
03. “Vultures” (Mr. Bill remix)
04. “Ohm” (Northlane remix)
05. “Sleepless” (PhaseOne remix)
Josh Smith commented:
“We wanted to curate a remix record for quite some time. The idea really got some legs on our last European tour, and with some idle time on our hands the back end of 2020 was the perfect time to get this project fully underway. We’ve handpicked some of our favourite artists to work with outside of the metal genre to take our songs and make them their own.”
Northlane have shared footage of their entire October 11, 2019 performance at The Roundhouse in Sydney, Australia. That show was previously available to stream as part of a virtual event last year and was later released as a digital live album titled “Live At The Roundhouse.”
Northlane have cancelled their summer run on the European festival circuit due to the coronavirus pandemic. The band said they will now be “focusing on [their] music and taking up opportunities to play for [their] fans at home.”
The group commented:
“2020 was the year from hell for most of you and this year so far, feels quite the same. While music is a refuge from your daily struggles, it can’t replace the fact that there have been drastic changes, losses of jobs, houses and loved ones.
Like many in our line of work, we’ve been off the road for almost a year now. With most of the band living under strict lockdown in Melbourne for the majority of the year, it’s been a struggle to say the least.
We were booked to play a run of festivals in Europe over June 2020. Every single one of those dates was cancelled and pushed back into mid 2021. The European festival circuit is the peak of touring for us and we’ve been looking forward to it, albeit with a sense of apprehension of whether or not it would go ahead.
We planned to wait it out and see, but we’ve been forced to make a call on it now, and unfortunately our decision has been to cancel our entire European festival run. We could sit on our hands and wait to find out, or move forward with alternate plans that put us in a position of far less risk.
While we are not ones to shirk our commitments to these festivals, promoters and our fans, we needed to put ourselves first in this situation, not to mention the health and wellbeing of our crew and fans. We didn’t want to wait for a tour that might never happen, and we didn’t want to be coerced into a situation where we are compromising safety and potentially spending weeks in isolation to travel to the other side of the world.
With so much uncertainty it did not make sense for us to sit idle and wait. Instead, we will be focusing on our music and taking up opportunities to play for our fans at home. That being said, we are already plotting our return to Europe and the UK, and when the time is right, and the world is less crazy, we’ll be back bigger and better than ever.
In the meantime, if you happen to live in Australia you can catch us at Full Tilt.”
More bands have been added to the 2021 UK Download Festival. The event will take place at Donington Park on June 4-6 and the updated daily lineups can be found below.
A Day To Remember
Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes
Black Veil Brides
Theory Of A Deadman
Myles Kennedy & Company
Tiny Moving Parts
The Dogtooth Stage:
Dead Poet Society
Cellar Door Moon Crow
The Pretty Reckless
Those Damn Crows
Funeral For A Friend
Employed To Serve
The Dogtooth Stage:
Bleed From Within
Temples On Mars
System Of A Down
Of Mice & Men
The Last Internationale
Control The Storm
The Dogtooth Stage:
Myles Kennedy (acoustic set)
Fire From The Gods
Kill The Lights
Northlane will be releasing a new live album titled “Live At The Roundhouse” this Friday (August 28). The effort will feature audio from the band’s October 11, 2019 performance at The Roundhouse in Sydney, Australia. That show was recently available online for those that bought tickets to view the stream.
Northlane have shared a new live video for their song “Details Matter.“ The clip was recorded during the band’s October 11, 2019 set at The Roundhouse in Sydney, Australia. The full show will be available to stream on August 21-22 for those that purchase tickets at northlaneband.com.