Oceanhoarse release new lyric video just before tour: “Fields of Severed Dreams”

In support of their latest album “Dead Reckoning”, Finland’s very own Oceanhoarse have shared a brand new lyric video for the track “Fields of Severed Dreams”. Furthermore the band will hit the road soon for an extensive 22-days-run, together with Swedish progressive metal masters Soen and Port Noir. Tickets are available at this location and the…

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“That Most Important Thing: Love” with Romy Schneider from November 7th on MUBI

On November 7th, MUBI will show the exclusive premiere of the re-screened version of the 1975 French film drama “That Most Important Thing: Love” (original title: “L’important c’est d’aimer”) in Germany. UCM.ONE will then also release the film in a lavishly designed mediabook on the Artkeim² label as part of the Édition ParaSol Videothèque in…

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“cinefest – XVIII. International Festival of German Film Heritage” opens in Hamburg

Despite the pandemic, this year’s cinefest – XVIII. International Film Festival will be ceremoniously opened under strict hygiene measures at the Metropolis Kommunales Kino (Kleine Theaterstr. 10) in Hamburg. Internationales Festival des deutschen Film-Erbes (English translation: International Festival of German Film Heritage), which will take place in Hamburg from 12 to 21 November. UCM.ONE is participating again…

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Oceanhoarse are touring Europe with Soen and “Port Noir”

After releasing their critically acclaimed full-length album “Dead Reckoning” on August 20th (Noble Demon),  Finland’s very own Oceanhoarse have announced a new set of European tour dates together with Swedish progressive metal masters Soen and Port Noir. The extensive 22-days-run through no less than 11 countries will take place in November and December 2021 and tickets are…

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“Trümmermädchen” wins the Bild-Kunst-Förderpreis in Hof

At the 55th Hof Film Festival, which ended yesterday, “Trümmermädchen” by Oliver Kracht was awarded the Bild-Kunst-Förderpreis for “Best Costume Design” (Hannah Ebenau and Sabrina Krämer) and “Best Production Design” (Yvonne Leuze). Since 2004, the prize has consisted of an award for “Best Costume Design” and “Best Production Design”, both prizes are endowed with € 2,500.-…

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Available from today: “II: The Grand Procession” by “Begat the Nephilim” (Noble Demon)

Formed in 2012, Begat The Nephilim have shared stages with high profile acts such as Deicide, Kataklysm, Soulfly, Suicide Silence, Napalm Death, Suffocation, Morbid Angel and many more, as well as participating in tours/festivals across the US, such as Summer Slaughter and the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. Southern New Hampshire based blackened melodic death metallers Begat…

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