23:10 - moonflash I'm looking to get it for the ps3 anyway as my PC is kinda old. Hmm seems like both have their strengths. Demon's souls also only around 13€ used on amazon, so might as well get both!
23:00 - !J.O.O.E.! Really though, the gameplay of both is basically identical aside from a few things here and there (no middle roll for Demon's for example)
22:56 - !J.O.O.E.! Dark Souls is slightly easier too I think. Both are great though, you won't find Demon's Souls worse for playing DS first, even though there's fewer items and a non-open world. It has it's own strengths.
22:43 - PocketMetal also Demon Souls is not available on PC , and Dark Souls port need you to actually fix some stuff before playing. but they've promised a proper DS2 port.
22:39 - PocketMetal I would say Dark Souls , simply because it's a refined version of Demon Souls and it is still very hard to play. but Dark Souls 2 is coming out soon and it's not based on Dark Souls or at least not directly related.
22:31 - moonflash What game would you guys recommend for someone who hasn't played either and looking to get into the hype: Demon souls or Dark souls?
Lacrimas Profundere will be performing in Japan this year as they recently announced the next dates of their Antiadore World Tour 2014 in support of the album Antiadore. They will share the stage with Masterplan and Emergency Gate at two festival shows in Nagoya and Tokyo. More dates will follow soon.
Last month, gothic group Lacrimas Profundere announced their new album Antiadore and the first new sounds have surfaced online. You now can listen to a three-song teaser at the band's Reverbnation page and also check out their second album teaser below. Find more album details here.
Germans Lacrimas Profundere have announced Antiadore as the title of their brand new album, to be released via Napalm Records on several different dates in May and June, which you can check out below. The album was recorded and produced in Munich by Corni Bartels (End Of Green), pre-produced in Finland by Hiili Hiilesmaa (HIM, Apocalyptica, The 69 Eyes) and mixed/mastered in Denmark by Tue Madsen (The Haunted, Heaven Shall Burn, Moonspell). Lacrimas Profundere have also announced a string of new album release shows. Check the complete list below.
After the release of The Grandiose Nowhere in 2010 and the following tour activity around the world, gothic metallers Lacrimas Profundere took a break to concentrate on the arrangements for songs on the new album. The band has been working hard on their 10th studio album, which will be released in May 2013, also the 20th anniversary of the band. In addition to the album announcement, Napalm Records and Lacrimas Profundere renewed their co-operation with a new record deal.
"Lips", the new video from German gothic metallers Lacrimas Profundere, is now available for viewing below.
The song comes off the band's latest album, The Grandios Nowhere, which was released in Europe in April 2010 via Napalm Records. The exclusive iTunes single will be released on November 11th. The single includes the title track, two unreleased songs and the clip to "Lips".
Lacrimas Profundere have revealed their new video for the "The Letter". The song comes off the band's new upcoming album The Grandios Nowhere, which is scheduled for a European release on April 30th via Napalm Records.
The new Lacrimas Profundere album The Grandiose Nowhere will see the light of day on April 30th through Napalm Records. The album was produced by John Fryer (HIM, Nine Inch Nails) - who also handled the production on the band's last two albums. Album details below.
In other news, Lacrimas Profundere announced the departure of bassist Peter Kafka, who already left the band in February: "Mr. Kafka (bass) leaves the band. We have more and more offers for tourings and concerts and have so many projects to work with, so it was time for a decision. At the moment we play the gigs together with session musicians on the bass and look what the future brings."
"The rock-n-sad chart breakers Lacrimas Profundere return in 2008 to record the follow-up to the highly successful "Filthy" album. Lacrimas will again work with renowned producer John Fryer (HIM, NIN) to complete this latest release expected in February 2008. Expect a melancholic masterpiece full of surprises."
German Gothic Doom Metal Band Lacrimas Profundere have published the following statement on their website:
"I don't feel able to combine the permanent stress (of touring, concerts and of the general turbulences regarding the music business) with my "normal" life and my future."
In this case he often quotes his collegues of the "Strokes" with: "I wonna be forgotten and I don´t wonna be reminded."
Christopher doesn´t want to leave the stage without saying "thank you" to all the fans of Lacrimas Profundere for all the brilliant years of "Rock´n´sad".
The complete Band regret his decision but feel pretty happy about the fact that Christopher will be with Lacrimas Profundere as a lyricist and songwriter. The "LACRIMAS sound" will not change, because the brothers Oliver and Christopher co-operate as before, and Christopher will put some vocallines on the next album too!
The recording of the Ave End follow-up is now complete. Germany's own LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE's latest work is called "Filthy Notes for Frozen Hearts" and was produced by none other than John Fryer (HIM, Depeche Mode, Paradise Lost, Cradle of Filth), who had this to say: "...this album has an inmense potential to become very successful—even more successful than HIM with Razorblade Romance". The videoclip to the band's first single, "Again It's Over" has also been completed.
The preproduction is done and we enter the Studio with John Fryer (HIM, Paradise Lost, Depeche Mode, Cradle Of Filth) as Producer and Engineer! Expect the best LACRIMAS record ever! Sign the Newsletter now! Next week we send the first news from the Studio including song titles and and and! So, rock 'n' sad!