02:28 - !J.O.O.E.! @Dima: yeah there's much detail. It's so sexy. - and yeah, fat shield for Dark Souls 1 and Demon's Souls is the best way. Dark Souls 2 was easier just to roll around and use the invincibility frames.
02:26 - Zaphod Joe, nah, I've also played with one of them huge swords and ultra heavy tank shields, I loved both playthroughs ;)
02:25 - !J.O.O.E.! I usually go for stealth / ninja types too if I can (Souls games being an exception; light armour, middle shield and a variety of weapons. Skyrim is only fun with archery + stealth though for example.
02:25 - Dima I'm looking at Bloodborne and it constantly makes me go back to previous Souls games and realise how empty the areas in Demon's Souls and Dark Souls 1/2 are
02:25 - Zaphod Red, yeah that's usually for my second playthrough.
02:24 - Redn1ght Too bad some games penalize you being stealthy. I just love that moment when the clueless NPC gets stabbed. xD
02:23 - !J.O.O.E.! I've never really used magic in the Souls games. I played around with it a bit in Dark Souls 2 near the end by resetting my stats. Seems like a watered down experience :P
Back in July 2013, German death metallers Disbelief announced the departure of guitarist Wolfgang Rothbauer due to "organizational reasons". Now the group has revealed their new line-up. Drumster (Gorilla Monsoon) is Disbelief's new drummer and David "Dave" Renner (Painful) completes the line-up as the new guitarist. Moreover, the group also has more good news to share because they are already working on a new studio album with the working title of Full Of Terrors.
German metallers Disbelief have issued the following update on their official website:
"Disbelief announce that they've split up from drummer Kai Bergerin because of private facts that makes him impossible to do longer tours and the musical direction of our previuos albums, that was going apart.
Also we've split up the work with our guitar-player Witali Weber because of personally differences!
First of all we want to thank both of them for the good times that we have had together and their input into Disbelief. We wish Kai and Witali all the best for further musical way!
For the upcoming tour we're in touch with some great musicians, if someting is fixed, we'll tell you!"
Germany's Disbelief have uploaded two new tracks on MySpace. Check the link to listen to "The Last Force:Attack" and "The Eyes Of Horror" off Disbelief's upcoming album Heal!. More info on Heal! at this location.
German metallers Disbelief will release their forthcoming 20th anniversary album, entitled Heal, on May 21 via Massacre Records.
The band adds: "We recorded eight songs including three cover versions and a remake of the classic track "Shine". The remaining four new Disbelief songs are meant to be a tribute to bands who influenced us a lot over those two decades concerning their music and attitude!"
Heal was produced by Witali Weber and was mastered by Andy Classen. The album will also contain a DVD with a complete Disbelief show from the Walpurgis Metal Days in 2009.
01. Certainty Of Reality
02. The Eyes Of Horror
03. The Last Force: Attack!
German metallers Disbelief are looking for a new guitarist - after Jonas Khalil (Sacred Steel) left the band last year. In the meantime, Alex Hagenauer of Soul Demise continues to perform for the Disbelief on upcoming live shows. Though, the band has decided it is time to look out for a permanent guitar player. All persons who fit the profile are encouraged to audition.
"Aggression Schedule", a new song from German metallers Disbelief, is available for streaming on Massacre Records' MySpace page.
"Aggression Schedule" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled "Protected Hell" cover artwork], which is scheduled for release on April 17 via Massacre Records. The album was recorded at MX studio in Buchen, Germany with producer Michael Mainx.