Gothminister wins first heat of Eurovision Song Contest pre-qualifications for Norway with “We Come Alive”

Author Hernan Osuna - 2.2.2024

Oslo-based gothic and industrial metal band Gothminister has won the first heat of Eurovision Song Contest pre-qualifications for Norway with “We Come Alive“, single out now on AFM Records.

Gothminister made it into the Melodi Grand Prix Final 2024 for Norway. With its gripping single, “We Come Alive“, the industrial goth metal act has won the first round of the country’s preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest, and is currently considered one of the top 3 favourites by both press critics and fans alike. The Norwegian MGP Final will take place on February 3, 2024.

Gothminister mastermind, Bjørn Alexander Brem, states: “Gothminister is thrilled to win first heat in Norway’s national selections for Eurovision. On Saturday, February 3rd Gothminister will perform in front of 9.000 people in the MGP Final in Trondheim Spektrum. The winner of the 9 remaining artists will represent Norway in Eurovision 2024. It`s time to VOTE for rock & metal to Eurovision! Let`s show everyone that rock and metal fans are the most loyal in the world! You can support Gothminister by giving your VOTE during the MGP Final show Saturday night February 3. Without rock and metal, Eurovision is dead. VOTE for Gothminister with ‘We Come Alive’!”

Head here to find out how to support Gothminister in the Melodi Grand Prix Final.

Gothmimnister‘s forthcoming studio effort, “Pandemonium II: The Battle Of The Underworlds”, will be released on May 3 as a limited edition clear vinyl and CD digipak via AFM Records. Picking up where its predecessor, 2022’s “Pandemonium”, left off: The much acclaimed album conquered the charts, making it to number one in the German Alternative Charts and was voted Album of the Year 2022 at the Dark Music Awards. Gothminister‘s music videos for “Pandemonium” and “Demons” alone have won a staggering 19 film awards worldwide.

All tracks on the new Gothminister album were composed and written by Brem, who also produced the new release. The album was mixed by Henning Verlage (Unheilig, Eisbrecher) and mastered by Norwegian sound engineer Morten Lund, who has worked with Morten Harket (A-ha), among others.