15:55 - Zaphod Nope, and I don't intend to. I could go on and explain why, but it'd take me multiple shouts and I'm not really feeling like explaining my opinion on modern epic fantasy. So let's just say the series is too long for me.
15:45 - PocketMetal I like modern fantasy the most, have you read Malazan Book of the Fallen?
15:43 - Zaphod I usually read fantasy and sci fi, but most modern epic fantasy doesn't do it for me.
15:38 - PocketMetal I usually read epic fantasy, it was even harder for me to suddenly go to space.
15:31 - Zaphod It might also have to do with the fact that the last book I did read was Dune and that was one of the best sci fi books I've ever read.
15:29 - Zaphod I'm still on the first book. It's hard to get through for me, but that might have more to do with the fact that I haven't read a book in 4 months (!) (I usually read quite often)
15:27 - PocketMetal Revelation Space itself is kinda boring tho, I gave up after book 2. The ideas are really nice, but the characters are HORRIBLE.
Two weeks ahead of its release, longstanding death metallers Necrophagia have made their new album Whiteworm Cathedral available for streaming in its entirety. Still available for pre-order, the record's due out on October 28th via Season Of Mist. Listen to the full album here.
Two weeks on from giving us the first taste of their upcoming album, Necrophagia have now revealed a second song from Whiteworm Cathedral: album opener "Reborn Through Black Mass". Currently available for pre-order, Necrophagia's seventh opus goes on sale October 28th.
With just two months to go until the release of their seventh album Whiteworm Cathedral, American death metal veterans Necrophagia have recently made a new track from the album available for streaming. A musical homage to 1973 horror classic The Exorcist, "Fear The Priest" features Sigh's frontman Mirai Kawashima on keyboards, after a six-year absence. You can listen to the song below.
Necrophagia have finally set a date for the release of their new album. The successor of Deathtrip 69 will be called WhiteWorm Cathedral, and the US cult death metal act's long-awaited new album will hit the stores on October 24th (October 28th in North America), just in time for Halloween via Season Of Mist.
Death metallers Necrophagia have now released another new track online, "The Dead Among Us". The song is a rough demo based on Lucio Fulci's film Zombie (1979), and should be featured on the band's new record. Check out the song below.
Necrophagia have a new album coming up titled Whiteworm Cathedral. The US death metallers have now released the demo song "Silentium Vel Mortis", which is available for streaming below. The song will be featured on the new album and is based on the Dario Argentos' "The Three Mothers" horror films trilogy.
US death metallers Necrophagia return once again, and this time with a not for the faint-hearted teaser trailer video for their upcoming DVD, available for viewing below. Gospel Of Gore is a project that combines the audio horror of Necrophagia and the visual assault of Toetag Inc. The DVD is currently in the early stages of pre-production.
"Deathtrip 69", a brand new song from US metallers Necrophagia, is available for free download at this location.
"Deathtrip 69" is the title track of the band's forthcoming album, which will hit the stores on May 16th (one day later in the US) via Season Of Mist.
Deathtrip 69 cover art] tracklist:
01. Naturan Demonto
02. Beast With Feral Claws
03. Tomb With A View
04. Suffering Comes in Sixes
05. A Funeral For Solange
07. Bleeding Eyes Of The Eternally Damned
08. Trick R' Treat (The Last Halloween)
09. Deathtrip 69
10. Death Valley 69
US metallers Necrophagia have revealed the cover artwork of their forthcoming album, Deathtrip 69. The artwork was created by renowned tattoo artist Jake Arnette and will be made available as limited-edition signed prints soon.
Deathtrip 69 will be made available in April 2011 via Season Of Mist. Info on ordering limited edition signed prints of the artwork will be made available soon.
After many, many delays US death metallers Necrophagia have finally finnished song writing for Deathtrip 69. Here's the latest update straight from the band:
"The new material sounds like it should have chronologically followed Season of the Dead. Consisting of very dark and heavy riffs interwoven with audio horror and inhuman vocals. Killjoy is full of praises for the new line up and says that although it's been a very long time since the band has been active it's the beginning of a rollercoater ride into horror hell. Inspiration is at an all time peak and having known guitarist Boris Randall for over 20's years makes things alot easier when it comes song writing "because we are always thinking in the same direction musically". Another element brought back to Necrophagia is lead guitar passages courtesy of Randall.
Death metallers Necrophagia have issued the following update on their MySpace blog:
"Boris Randall (formerly of Hallowmas) has joined Necrophagia and will be appearing on their upcoming release Deathtrip 69 scheduled for Halloween 2010. Boris Randall and Frank "Killjoy" Pucci have been working on material for Deathtrip 69 which will be the band's first new material in over five years. Songs include "Suffering Comes In Sixes", "Reborn Through Blackmass", "Celluliod Screams" and "Bleeding Eyes Of The Eternally Damned"."
"Audio horror masters NECROPHAGIA have almost completed the recording of their upcoming monsterpiece "Harvest Ritual Vol.1" to be released in Europe by Season of Mist in the Spring of 2005. Songs include "Cadavera X", "Return to Texas", "Dead Skin Slave", "Unearthed", "Deathtrip 69", "London (13 Demon Street)", "Excommunicated" and "Stitch Her Further" (which was co-written by Joey Jordison / SLIPKNOT, MURDERDOLLS, who also contributed guest vocals and will be in the video for the song as well). NECROPHAGIA will be hitting the road as the new release hits stores this Spring with all new Horrific stage show. Bill Mosely aka Chop Top from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and Rob Zombies' House of 1,000 Corpses has also contributed to the new record and will star in the video for London (13 Demon Street). "Harvest Ritual Vol.1" was recorded in state of the art studios around the world and has been ten months in the making and will be mixed in Tampa Florida by Mark Prator (MORBID ANGEL, DEICIDE, OBITUARY, etc.)."
A brand-new NECROPHAGIA track, entitled "Unearthed", is available for preview at this location: http://www.necrophagia.com/main.html
"Unearthed" will be featured on NECROPHAGIA's next full-length release, "Harvest Ritual Vol 1: Penance", tentatively due next summer. Recording for the CD will take place at state-of-the-art studios around the world and is expected to be completed by the year's end. Basil Gogos (NECROPHAGIA, ROB ZOMBIE, MISFITS) will again be doing the cover artwork, and Cristie "Crusty" Whiles and Nico Claux will be doing additional designs. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Return to Texas", "Cadavera X", "London (13 Demon Street)", and "Bleeding Eyes of the Eternally Damned". Finishing touches are now being put on both NECROPHAGIA DVD releases: "Nightmare Scenarios", which features videos with Coffin Joe, Paul Naschy, Jose Moral and Alex Chandon, among others, and "NecroTorture/Sickcess". "NecroTorture" is a live performance filmed in Valencia, Spain and "Sickcess" is a gore-filled road movie directed by Fred Vogel and Killjoy (both of whom are involved in Toe Tag Pictures). The DVDs will be released before year's end on Red Stream, Inc. Frediablo's design company, Dimidea, designed the cover for "NecroTorture/Sickess" (as well as the upcoming GORELORD/WURDULAK DVD "Drunk, Decayed, and Damned")."