00:27 - Zaphod You can put people on an ignore list. I do it quite often, but there always comes a moment where I can't follow a conversation because I'm missing something that was said by an ignored user.
00:24 - flightoficarus86 If Fear or Lit are on here, can we just fuck and get it over with? Jesus. God forbid I post metal opions on a metal opinion site.
Having finally completed an extensive tour in support of their latest album, ETHS recently recorded an EP with their new vocalist Rachel Aspe. On March 14th, ETHS will unleash the Ex Umbra In Solem EP. It is an opportunity to hear Rachel Aspe in a brand new song, live recordings and also re-recorded songs from their last album III.
In April, ETHS announced that they had recruited the talent show sensation Rachel Aspe as their new singer. She has since then made her live debut with the band and the French group has now released a brand new video showcasing their new vocalist in action. You can watch the live video for the song "Harmaguedon" from their latest album III right now to see how she fares.
French metallers ETHS have annouced the departure of guitarist Grégory "Greg" Rouvière. Greg has been part of the group from the very beginning (1999) and has participated in all three full length albums that the band has released. He will not be replaced, which means that ETHS will now work as a four-piece band.
From TV to reality. Surprisingly, French metallers ETHS have presented their new vocalist, named Rachel Aspe. However, Rachel is not unknown as she made her international debut on prime time television as part of "La France A Un Incroyable Talent" (the French equivalent/franchise of "America's Got Talent") where she showed off her growls which stunned the pop judges and crowd before going viral and being seen by millions of people online. She will replace the former vocalist Candice Clot which left for personal reasons and was in the band for nearly 15 years.
French metallers ETHS's first full-length album Soma, originally released in 2004, will be re-released on May 14th through Season Of Mist. This new version will include 4 previously unreleased exclusive bonus tracks from the 2003 demo sessions.
French metallers ETHS recently shot a video clip for the song "Adonaï", the first single off their forthcoming album III, due out on April 6th via Season Of Mist. Since "Adonaï" is one of the four songs with English lyrics on the international edition of the album, there are two versions of the video and both have premiered. The English version can be viewed below and the French version of the video can be streamed here. The videos were directed by Louis Vignat for Scandale Productions. More album details were previously reported here.
Without any explanation, French metallers ETHS have announced via Facebook that their upcoming album titled III is delayed to April 6th. The album was originally planned to be released on March 2nd via Season Of Mist. More details about this album were previously reported here.
French female-fronted metallers ETHS will release their third album, III, on March 2, 2012 in Europe (March 12 in North America) via Season Of Mist. The CD was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström, who has previously worked with At The Gates, In Flames, Dark Tranquillity, Arch Enemy and Soilwork, among others.
ETHS are back! Three years after the critically acclaimed Tératologie, the French modern metal act just entered the studio and is hard at work on a new album.
Here is a note from the band: "Hey! We are currently in the studio, recording our third album. We are having a lot of fun playing those new songs, which we can't wait to share with you, especially on stage! On other news, we are happy to announce that our original drummer Guillaume is back in the fold. More news soon!"