It's finally here folks, one of the most anticipated albums of the year; does The Faceless' new one deliver? Kind of (don't hate me). My angry elitist review should be enough to get you all inside, but just as a bonus we'll also take a look at the perfect end-of-summer album by Korpiklaani, the new and fabulously British release from A Forest Of Stars, and the most recent jazz-metal experiment from those crazy Italians in Ephel Duath. Here are all the new releases coming out today: (more…)
A/V Roundup: New TRASH TALK European Videos; KILLSWITCH At Download Fest; New Music from GHOSTLIMB & EPHEL DUATH
The weekend is so close I can smell it! Let's get it going with a final A/V roundup for the week!
Trash Talk's European video diaries are about has high-energy and frenetic as their music. So, it works! One more after the jump. (more…)
Audio Roundup: New Music From FEAR FACTORY, BLACK SHEEP WALL, EPHEL DUATH, KATAKLYSM, THE DARKNESS, ROYAL THUNDER
The weekend is almost here! Very exciting!! While we wait, we got new tunes from Fear Factory, Black Sheep Wall, Ephel Duath, Kataklysm, The Darkness, Royal Thunder and Whitechapel. Let's get started:
Let's kick it off with a new song from Fear Factory, shall we? The Industrialist comes out this Tuesday, June 5th, so the band has released the track "New Messiah." I'm digging this album!
Progressive metal's best Italian trio, the bizarre, jazz heavy, avant-garde experimentalists in EPHEL DUATH , have revealed a release date for their forthcoming followup to Pain Necessary To Know . The band have confirmed a January 26, 2009 release for their long-anticipated fourth studio album, Through My Dog's Eyes , through Earache Records. Over the past couple albums, EPHEL DUATH has progressed through a number of (..pardon the pun..) palettes and have never failed to bring something new to the world of music. From the forward thinking progressive-influenced black metal of their early albums, to the off-time chaos of The Painter's Palette , to the spacecy avant-garde jams of their most recent album, EPHEL DUATH always keeps everyone – including themselves, it often seems – guessing about where they'll take their sound next. Thanks to a profoundly unique vision, it appears that the band's next album will not be an out of line with this trend… (more…)