01:33 - psykometal Sorry, I'm all digital. I don't waste my time or money on such outdated tech. :P
01:31 - huascaman On the subject of bad black metal bands... (V) [link] (V)
00:38 - BoxCar Willy Anyone know any good cassette labels in the US or Canada?
00:06 - Jaeryd17 Oh, and responding to some of the posts after mine 10 pages back, Opeth played 5 songs with death growls in the concert. And they sounded pretty good, better than Royal Albert Hall, but he didn't (or couldn't) do long growls.
The Amnesia Rock Fest has announced some of the bands that will be performing in Quebec, Canada, this June and Cryptopsy are in the line-up and will be doing the show with special guest former vocalist Lord Worm.
The self-titled release from Montreal extreme metal veterans Cryptopsy is now available throughout North America via Cryptopsy/Defen Society in association with Revolution Harmony/Candlelight Records. To celebrate the widespread release of Cryptopsy, all eight songs from the opus are streaming here or on player below.
Canadian death metallers Cryptopsy have unveiled the new song "Boden", which is now available for streaming below. The song is from 2011 and will be featured on the band's best of collection The Best Of Us Bleed. "Boden" is one of three unreleased studio tracks only available on this release. This collection was released yesterday in Europe and is coming up on November 19th, 2012 in North America courtesy of Century Media.
Canadian death metallers Cryptopsy will soon release a 2CD/digital download "best of" collection entitled The Best Of Us Bleed. The band has now teased this release with a brief video, which you can watch here. Century Media Records will release The Best Of Us Bleed on November 12th in Europe and on November 19th in North America.
"The Golden Square Mile", a brand new song from Canadian extreme metallers Cryptopsy has premiered and is streaming exclusively at this location. The track will appear on the band's self-titled album, to be self-released on September 11th.
"Two-Pound Torch" and "Red-Skinned Scapegoat", two new songs from Canadian death metallers Cryptopsy, are now available for streaming here and here. The two songs are set to appear on Cryptopsy's upcoming self-titled album, scheduled for release on September 11th.
Canadian metallers Cryptopsy have released the official trailer for their upcoming new self-titled album Cryptopsy. The band has already revealed the album's artwork and tracklist, which can be seen here. The album's trailer is available for viewing in the video below. It features a medley of parts and sections from the upcoming album. They have been pieced together with visuals from the forthcoming "The Making Of Cryptopsy" documentary which will be released with the new album on September 11th.
In case you didn't know, Cryptopsy have a new album coming up, four years after the release of The Unspoken King. The upcoming self-titled album from the Canadians should be released later this year and the band has just revealed its tracklist and artwork, available below. The cover is the creation of Mircea Gabriel Eftemie.
Following the recent departure of Cryptopsy's former bassist Youri Raymond, the Canadian death metal outfit has been quick to announce a replacement. Olivier Pinard (also in Neuraxis) has taken over "4 string" duties. Pinard has officially joined Cryptopsy on a full time basis. Check him out below playing to the band's "Cold Hate Warm Blood".
Guitarist-turned-bassist Youri Raymond of Canadian metallers Cryptopsy has issued the following statement on the band's MySpace page:
"I am officially announcing my departure of the band Cryptopsy. At this time, we feel it's in the best interest of both the band and I to part ways. As a musician, moving from guitar to bass was a great challenge, but honestly, I never really felt comfortable in that position and my motivation in general was stagnating.
I'm now moving forward and will release an album in 2012 on guitar/lead vocals with my band Unhuman and I hope Jon, Matt, Chris Flo and the new guy who will fill in in the bass spot the very best with the upcoming album and what might be the "real" Cryptopsy coming back! Thanks again fans and friends for your endless support!"
Rage Nucléaire - the new project led by ex-Cryptopsy vocalist Dan "Lord Worm" Greening - are finishing up the last pieces of their upcoming debut album, entitled Unrelenting Fucking Hatred.
Said Lord Worm to Bravewords: "Rage Nucléaire is a hate-filled blend of melodic black metal and violent industrial. It's a three-piece and its other component parts are Alvater on guitar, synth, drum programming, and background vocals, and Dark Rage on guitar, background vocals, and secret things even I'm not privy to.
A full-length CD, Unrelenting Fucking Hatred, is currently in the works. The three of us seem to share the same bleak world vision, for one thing, and this shows up very clearly in the compositions. Alvater used to be in the godly Frozen Shadows, and I know he hasn't spent nearly a fraction of his accumulated rage. Dark Rage and I don't do a lot of cretinous smiling, either.
Lead guitarist and songwriter Jon Levasseur has rejoined Canadian extreme metallers Cryptopsy. Youri Raymond (Secret Chiefs 3), who had been playing guitar, is now handling bass duties following Levassour's return and bassist Eric Langois' recent departure from the band. The band is also working on new material.
Season of Mist is proud to welcome innovative Egyptian-born artist Nader Sadek to the roster.
Known as the designer responsible for the stage imagery on Mayhem's 2009 US tour, Nader decided to delve deeper into the metal world by forming his own project. He thus teamed up with guitarist Rune Eriksen (Ava Inferi, Aura Noir, ex-Mayhem), bassist Steve Tucker (ex-Morbid Angel) and drummer Flo Mounier (Cryptopsy) to create a death metal project under his own name.
Nader Sadek's debut is entitled In the Flesh and features compositions and performances by all four artists and has been set to a May 16th release in Europe, and a day later in the USA. The video for "Nigredo In Necromance" off the new album can be watched below.
The following statement was posted by Cryptopsy guitarist Alex Auburn:
"I am announcing my departure of the band Cryptopsy. There are many reasons why I must leave the band, and this has been going on for a while now, so I am quitting. The band and I believe it is better for me to go, so I am moving forward.
I want to thank the guys in Cryptopsy for an adventurous and crazy 10 years. It's been a great ride. I will especially miss the fans a great deal and I want to thank all of you for your awesome support throughout those years. Right now I need to take a break for a few months to reflect on my life and my future in music. As far as music goes, I might start my own band next summer but I don't know yet. In the meantime I am open to good offers and to join other forces."
"The unstoppable Montreal killing machine, Cryptopsy, are currently wrapping up a very successful European tour that will immediately lead them into this year's crushing Summer Slaughter North American touring package.
This trek marks their first stateside run in support of their career defining release, "The Unspoken King", which could quite possibly also be their most brutal, yet dynamic offering. The much anticipated new effort is set for a June 24th release.
Cryptopsy recently shot a new video with acclaimed director David Brodsky (GWAR, Soilent Green) for the album's vicious opening cut "Worship Your Demons." The clip captures the band's unrelenting, frenetic stage energy and it is sure to catch your attention. It made its exclusive, online debut through the Headbangers Ball Blog today and premieres on MTV2 this Sat. night. Click here to check it out now."