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Norwegian trve heavy metal trio Sahg unleashes new live video for »Fall Into The Fire« taken from their upcoming EP »Live Demons«!

Norwegian trve heavy metal trio Sahg has unleashed new live video for »Fall Into The Fire« taken from their upcoming EP, »Live Demons«, set to release on October 13th, 2023 via Drakkar Entertainment.

2022 was considered another important year for the doom hard rock band Sahg. In October, the Norwegians released their latest studio album »Born Demon«. Ten new songs packed with gritty, doomy attitude without sacrificing creativity.

So, it is time to give this album a birthday. Not only to grant this further milestone the deserved appreciation, but to show that the band is not only convincing in the studio. With »Fall Into The Fire« you can get another fantastic live impression after »House Of Worship« & »Heksedans«.

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Courtesy of All Noir PR:

Celebrating the first birthday of their much-acclaimed, sixth studio album »Born Demon« (released on October 21, 2022 via Drakkar Entertainment, order HERE), Norwegian trve heavy metal doom force Sahg has announced the release of an upcoming live EP, titled »Live Demons«, due out on October 13, 2023! Featuring four blistering tracks of the band’s latest album, »Live Demons« was recorded live in concert at Kvarteret in Bergen, Norway, on October 21, 2022. Today, Sahg are premiering a new track taken off their upcoming EP, the heavy-as-hell »Fall Into The Fire (Live)«!

“This was recorded on the opening night of our ‘Norwegian Demon Tour’, and on the night of the album release of »Born Demon«. It was such a blast to walk on in front of a packed home crowd and blast straight into »Fall Into The Fire«.” Sahg guitarist & vocalist Olav Iversen comments. “I can still remember my heart racing as the front banner dropped and we were face to face with the room packed with cheering people. I think the recording and the video really catches the intensity that was there that evening, it was an electric vibe in there! You can notice the tension in the performance, we were quite on edge at that point. But that results in some great live heavy metal energy, and I think this version of the song rolls really well.”

Entering the Norwegian metal scene in 2006 as a classic doom band, wasn’t necessarily a recipe for success. Black metal was still the big thing coming from Norway, and there wasn’t much space for bands from other subgenres. Even with Gorgoroth members King ov Hell and Kvitrafn in the line-up, adding a touch of blackness, it wasn’t very likely that Sahg would get an instant break-through. But, the band took the heavy music scene by storm with their blistering, chart-breaking debut »Sahg I«.

Throughout the following decade, Sahg released five critically acclaimed albums, and played several tours and festivals across Europe, the United States, India and Asia to date. They have toured as support act for bands like Motörhead, W.A.S.P., Celtic Frost, Opeth, Clutch, Satyricon, Dimmu Borgir and Enslaved to name just a few, and appeared at prestigous festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Summerbreeze, Sweden Rock Festival, Hard Rock Hell, Tons of Rock, Inferno Festival and Beyond the Gates among many more. To this day, Sahg has always stayed trve to their doom, gritty stoner and heavy metal roots, and still holds the throne as Norway’s high guardians of doomed heavy metal.

They are the bastard sons of Black Sabbath, Motörhead, Pentagram and Judas Priest. Classic heavy metal for the new age, with a desire for the occult, aversion for religion, and a gloomy gaze into the inevitable apocalypse, all served with a cold bite of Norwegian Blackness. With the ruthless force of a classic power trio and their latest studio album »Born Demon«, Sahg ultimately proved to be part of a renaissance that will bring vintage doom and classic heavy metal back to the masses!

Order »Born Demon« HERE!

Sahg is:
Olav Iversen – Vocals, Guitars
Tony Vetaas – Bass
Mads Lilletvedt – Drums

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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