Mytherine - Epic Death Metal from Berlin, Germany

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Death-Metalmania

Death-Metalmania flyerOur next two gigs are in a row on June 23 and 24. While the first one is a private gig on the wedding party of dear friends the second is going to be at the Jugendkulturzentrum Linse again. This time we are supporting Profane Sanctum, Krylithsic and Impact. See you in the crowd!

A Lick Of Death

A Lick Of Death LogoWe are organizing a free sampler for unknown metal bands from Germany together with His Masters Descent. The sampler will be a series of issues, funded and distributed by the bands themselves and the first volume will be available on concerts and festivals this year. Both organizers will be part of the playlist so keep your eyes peeled for a free cd, containing 10 songs of 10 bands with partly brand-new material! Get more information on the official page.

Plans for 2017

Happy new year everyone! We hope you had a blast on New Year’s eve and made it through unharmed. 2017 will be really busy year for us and you won’t see us on stage often. Reason is, we dedicate these coming 12 months to songwriting for our next album “Lord Of Mountains” and organization of future gigs in and outside of Berlin and Germany. Don’t forget about us. We may be silent but we are not gone!

Nox A Carnival 2016

Mytherine at Nox A Carnival 2016What a Halloween aftermath… We shared the stage with bands like Mora, Starless Aeon, Aralez and Kultasiipi while being fired up by a great crowd at the SJZ Drugstore in Berlin. With a nice, dark atmosphere, great sound, nice people and cheap drinks we are positive that we will return someday to the Nox A Carnival! View the gallery here.

Supporting Nachtschatten in Berlin

Mytherine supporting Nachtschatten 2016We truly had a great time supporting Nachtschatten together with Nekyia Orchestra at the Blackland in Berlin last saturday. The heat was pretty much the same but this evening topped our gig at the Blackland last year. Thanks for a neck-breaking evening, everyone and a big thanks to Henry Schulz for the footage!