please click on the icon for the stream of your choice

Swedish metallers
have released new album

In the Center
March Along
Heart of Rust
Come This Way
On the Sea
Afraid of Light
Eyes of the Storm
Northern Lights

“Out of darkness comes Bliss!”
Swedish metallers Tungsten are back to conquer the world with their third studio album entitled ‘Bliss’.
‘Bliss’, which has been released on the 17th of June, is undoubtedly the heaviest and darkest album to date by Tungsten.
The typical ingredients that define the music of Tungsten are still there while new grounds and territories are being explored musically.
The hook lines are stronger and more dynamic than on previous albums. The lyrics are darker but they still focus on things common man might relate to in one way or another.
Mike Andersson (vocals) says:
“It all came naturally. Creating and recording this album truly put us in a feel of bliss. Nick & Karl who wrote the music have really shown their skills and musical talents on ‘Bliss’ with new musical ideas but still based in the genre that we established in the band in from the beginning.”
‘Bliss’ was recorded the same way as the previous albums at Harm Studios, Trelleborg (Sweden).
Nick Johansson once again took care of the mixing, mastering, and production duties.
Karl Johansson says:
“We really hope that ‘Bliss’ will reach out to an even broader fanbase than before. So much pain, sweat, and love have been put into this album. We are truly excited to introduce Bliss to the world.”
Anders Johansson agrees:
“Yes, this album might be one of the hardest for me to record. Nick is close to a perfectionist at the production helm so if I can find something that has been good about the pandemic it might be the fact I could spend so many more hours in the drum studio just to practice and develop my technique.”
Andreas Marschall was once again hired to paint the front cover.
The conceptual idea was a collaboration between the band and Andreas and it really conveys a darker feeling which suits the music perfectly.
Volfram is back in a twilight world to ours on his neverending quest to aid the weak.
Tungsten is ready to enter the live scene in 2022 and is already confirmed for Oslo Metal Winter fest in Norway as well as Sabaton Open Air in August 2022.
Tungsten themselves describe their music to be
“melodic, industrial power metal with hints of Northern Folk music”.
Tungsten’s first album ‘We Will Rise’ was released in September 2019 and the song ‘The Fairies Dance’ is close to passing 3 million streams on Spotify alone.
About a year later, in November 2020, Tungsten released their second album called ‘Tundra’.
The song ‘King of Shadows’ was chosen to be the first single for the second album and also this song has become an ‘anthem song’ for Tungsten when performing live on stage.

Swedish metallers
will release on june the 17th
new album ‘Bliss’

to watch the video-clip ‘Bliss’, please click play…

Mike Andersson – vocals
Karl Johansson – bass, screams
Nick Johansson – guitar
Anders Johansson – drums

Swedish metal band TUNGSTEN, which was formed by ex-HammerFall drummer Anders Johansson and his two sons, will release via Arising Empire records their new album ‘Bliss’ on the 17th of june 2022.

Scroll to Top