17:23 - psykometal it's many colonies and ex-colonies, it's usage is also frequently used in the exact way I used it. So I'll just go ahead and stick with "cunts" as my expletive noun there. ;)
17:21 - psykometal LOG, in most of the English speaking countries cunt is not a positive thing. In America it's viewed as such a terrible word that it might as well have been stricken from our vocabulary because nobody uses it. And in Britain, and
17:04 - Hellcult There is something 'fresh' in this song - Carnifex "Drown Me In Blood"
16:28 - Andreas I call fellow christians who are against metal "non-believer"
16:06 - Nikpe and what about Dark Tranquillity tour in november in USA? Did no one is waiting for concerts?
16:00 - Overrwatcher Seems like it depends on the European country. The more conservative (like Russia) the more it's frowned upon. Metal is unpopular in America outside of nu/alt/NWOAHM/Metallica but that's often a good stepping stone.
15:56 - VIG i know i live in america too, it sucks being a metalhead here too
With two songs previously released, Polish experimental grinders Antigama now release the streaming of The Insolent in its entire on the Bandcamp page of the band's label. The Insolent is due out tomorrow, May 7th, through Selfmadegod Records.
Stop what you are doing because there is new music from Antigama to be consumed! The experimental grinders from Poland are about to embark on a U.S. tour this month but before that they have debuted the new track "Foul Play" which you can experience over here. Short and sweet?
Two years after their latest record, Antigama are back with reinvigorated energy. In fact, the grindcore experimentalists are releasing a new album called The Insolent and the first song is already out there. It's called "Used To" and the band made a video for it. The video footage was shot by Paweł "Pavulon" Jaroszewicz and Łukasz Myszkowski at JNS Studio during The Insolent recording sessions. Take the plunge below.
Meteor, the new full length crafted by Antigama, is now streaming online over at the Selfmadegod Records official YouTube channel. Meteor will be officially released on May 28th. You can now listen to the album below. All you have to do is enjoy.
Polish extremers Antigama have revealed details for their sixth full length album Meteor, which will see the light on May 28th via Relapse Records. Recorded at Progresja Studio in Warsaw with producer Pawel "Janos" Grabowski (Masachist, Lost Soul) and mastered by Scott Hull (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Pig Destroyer), the album also features a guest appearance by keyboardist Michal Lapaj from world renowned Polish progressive metal band Riverside. Check out also the tracklist and cover artwork of the album, which was designed by the band's vocalist Lukasz Myszkowski.
Poland's cutting-edge grindcore squad Antigama has entered the studio this week, to record their sixth full-length album, the follow-up to 2009's Warning as well as last year's Stop The Chaos EP. According to founding Antigama guitarist Sebastian Rokicki: "This is going to be the most mature, and at the same time most diverse album in the band's whole career."
"The Law", a brand new song taken from Polish avantgarde/grindcore outfit Antigama's upcoming EP titled Stop The Chaos, is currently streaming online and you can listen to it below. Stop The Chaos will be released on May 18th through Selfmadegod Records. This year the band will also release a split with Noisear and The Kill, as well as record a new full-length album later in the year.
Antigama recently entered Progresja Studio in Warsaw, Poland to record a handful of new tracks.
The band recorded with Pawel Grabowski and the songs were mixed and produced by Szymon Czech. The new tracks will appear on an upcoming split CD with Italy's Psychofagist. Additional information on the split will be made available shortly along with audio previews.
Additionally, Antigama has almost completed writing for a brand new full-length and follow-up album to 2009's Warning. The band is set to record again with Szymon Czech in spring 2011.
2011 marks the 10th anniversary for Antigama. The band is planning a special anniversary show toward the end of the year along with a CD compilation of their 10-year recorded history. Regular updates and additional information will be posted via the new Antigama blog.
Polish metallers Antigama have posted online a new song, entitled "Disconnected", on their MySpace page.
The track comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled "Warning", which is scheduled for release in North America on March 3 (March 9 internationally) via Relapse Records.
"Warning" cover artwork] was recorded in Warsaw at Progresja Sound Studio, with producer Szymon Czech (Third Degree, Nyia, Vesania, Unsun). According to the band, the album consists of 16 tracks, some of the titles are: "Disconnected", "Jealousy", "City", "Sequenzia Dellamorte", "Empty Room", "Orange Pills", "Black Planet".
Antigama have entered the studio this weekend to record their as-yet-untitled fifth full length, and second album for Relapse Records.
"Resonance" follow-up is being recorded in their hometown Warsaw at Progresja Sound, again with outstanding producer Szymon Czech (Third Degree, Nyia, Vesania, Unsun). The session will take about two weeks and mixing will follow shortly after. The record will see an early 2009 international release date.
After crucial line-up changes that the band went through couple months ago Antigama's guitarist Sebastian Rokicki promises their new album will be the best and landmark release in whole band's career.
"After eight years of grinding Lukasz "Lucas" Myszkowski has left the band. Due to his job, personal issues and other things he decided to quit. We wish Lucas only the best and fully respect his decision. Look out for his new musical projects in near future. Luckily the new throat has already been found and the guy seems to be the right person in the right place. His name is Patryk Zwolinski, the man known for using his tremendous vocal abilities in Blindead. We are even more stoked to have such a great artist in our line-up. Additionally, Antigama's recent bass player Mike has been temporarily replaced by a nice Spanish guy called Jose. The new steady bassist will be announced soon.
Antigama present their brand-new E-card of their upcomming album "Resonance", which will be released via Relapse Records on the following dates:
- May 15, 2007 (North America)
- May 21, 2007 (Internationally)
On the Ecard you can listen to three tracks taken off "Resonance", namely 'Neutral balance', 'No' and 'Stars'.
You can view the e-card at this location.
You can also find another song "Pursuit" on Antigama's Myspace page, here.
Poland's Antigama has recently completed work on their Relapse Records debut album, "Resonance."
The effort was recorded in December at Studio X in Olsztyn, Poland by engineer Szymon Czech. The 18 song album is set for a May 2007 release. Advance song titles for Resonance include: "Seismic Report", "Ecstasy", "Pursuit", "Neutral Balance", "Order", "Pending", "Remembering Nothing", "By And By", "Shymrok", and "Stars."
"It's certainly the best sounding and most mature album of Antigama" says guitarist Sebastian Rokicki, "In short it's the most brutal, wild, astonishing, uncommon and experimental piece of music we've ever made."
Relapse Records is proud to announce the signing of Poland's Antigama. The Warsaw-based, progressive grindcore quartet is comprised of Lukasz Myszkowski (vocals), Sebastian Rokicki (guitar), Michal Pietrasik (bass) and Krzysztof Bentkowski (drums). Rokicki comments on the signing: "Relapse is the perfect label for Antigama and we are happy to be there. We grew up on Relapse and have watched the label develop from the very beginning. Our new album for Relapse means an awesome new chapter in the history of our band." The band is planning a winter recording for their as-yet-untitled Relapse debut.
Antigama has previously released several independent releases as well as the critically-acclaimed full-length Zeroland via Selfmadegod Records. You can listen to some of their material here.