22:47 - Apothecary Exmilitary is probably the most grounded in hip hop, No Love Deep Web and Government Plates are heavily electronic, and the new double album, The Powers That B, gets really punky
22:47 - Apothecary Well they're really a blend of hip hop, electronica, rock, punk, and more, and each album kinda leans more towards one than the others. Depending on what you were listening to, something could click more with you than other stuff
22:33 - musclassia Funny, just listened to Death Grips for the first time last night - they were alright although it did get slightly annoying after a bit. I like Get Got
21:20 - Bad English if people lik salbum he will buy even if its leaked
21:17 - Risto At least Amorphis got further than Iron Maiden, who are releasing on the same day
21:15 - Redn1ght Sad part is people are not gonna learn not to do that. :P
21:13 - Risto The new Amorphis leaked, thanks to people getting copies in advance
"Left Hand", a brand new lyric video from Canadian technical death metallers Beneath The Massacre is now streaming online and you can watch it below. The song is taken from the band's upcoming album Incongruous, set for release on February 14th (US), 24th (Europe) and 28th (Canada) via Prosthetic Records. More album details here.
Montreal based tech-death metal band, Beneath The Massacre, have launched the track, "Black Tide," from the upcoming Marée Noire. This five song EP will be released in North America on September 14th. It will be available as a limited edition red 7" record and on CD. You can check out the track and pre-order details at this location.
Marée Noire EP cover art tracklist:
01. The Casket You Sleep In
02. Black Tide
03. Drill Baby Drill
04. Designed To Strangle
The band will also do a Canadian tour beginning in late August and wrapping up in early October, sponsored by JagerMusic Canada. They will be playing with Neuraxis, Ion Dissonance and others along the trek. The dates are as follows:
Technical death metal act, Beneath The Massacre, have announced Marée Noire, as the title of their forthcoming EP which will be released in North America on September 14th. The effort was co- produced by Chris Donaldson, known for his work with Cryptopsy, with guitarist Chris Bradley and the band. It was mixed by Donaldson and mastered by Alan Douches (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, Converge).
Bradley commented on the release: "Marée Noire was written using a different approach than the preceding release. We wouldn't start the writing process from the same point. Some songs were more structured by melodies while others all started from drums pattern. I think it makes the songs stand out a little more."
Canadian metallers Beneath The Massacre have posted a new song, entitled ''Our Common Grave'', on their MySpace page.
The song comes off the band's forthcoming album, which is called ''Dystopia''. The album was recorded again with St-Amand (Despised Icon, Ion Dissonance, Neuraxis) and featuring artwork from Felix Rancourt.
''Dystopia'' will be released on October 28th via Prosthetic Records.
Montreal's technical death metal band Beneath The Massacre have scheduled studio time for the follow up record to 2007's "Mechanics Of Dysfunction." The band will enter the studio April 25 with Yannick St-Amant (Despised Icon, Neuraxis, Martyr), who also produced Beneath The Massacre's prior full-length and the "Evidence Of Inequity" EP. Afterwards, Jason Suecof (The Black Dahlia Murder, God Forbid, Chimaira) will mix the record, which is currently slated for a fall 2008 release through Prosthetic Records.
"So we just came back from our headline tour in the US. We had a blast." Beneath The Massacre vocalist Elliot Desgagnes says. "A lot of people showed up and all the bands on the package were super cool dudes. We're now working hard on the new material that will be recorded starting in April at Yannick's studio. We can't wait to enter the studio. We'll probably be posting video and blogs to let all you guys know what's going on in studio. Stay tuned."