04:37 - -DC-002- For real. Their suicide rates are pretty high, I wonder why. WHY U NO DOCTOR!?
03:40 - Redn1ght I mean, fuck.. Some Japanese get way too stressed about the competition-level of the school systems there. No joke.
03:39 - -DC-002- You're right Redn1ght. Asia may have better statistics (who cares) in school but the way they go about it is awful. The education system is a machine to get results and grow more servants with a stunted viewpoint of reality.
03:31 - Redn1ght And of course, fear of being a fucking disgrace to your whole family also helps to boost the morale there. :^)
03:19 - Redn1ght The only reason Asian schools are better is because they are like "Ultra-Hardcore Mode, NO FAILURE MODE!" rogue likes. :P
02:53 - deadone No, their public school systems are generally better - more results orientated and less hippy "feel good about yourself" crap with teachers that don't know where Paris is or what 4x7 is (types of teachers I know).
Who wants to hear a new song from the Romanian folk black metallers Negură Bunget? Now you can. It has been a while since the band released their last album Vîrstele Pămîntului but 2015 will see the release of Tău. Today, however, you get the first taste of the new material with the tune "Nămetenie". You can enjoy the song through Soundcloud below. What do you think of this song?
Now that they have announced all about their new album, Negură Bunget prepare to embark on an extensive European tour starting in March, their lengthiest tour up to date. The trek happens in support of Tău (out February 27th) and the band will do more than 70 gigs all over the continent. Check out all the dates below. There will be plenty of opportunities to see the band live.
Another new album! Romanian folk black metallers Negură Bunget have been busy recording the first installment of the "Transilvanian Trilogy" entitled Tău. Now the wait is over as the band announced the release date of the record for February 27th, 2015 and March 3rd for the North American release. The tracklist as well as the cover artwork are available below. Take a look.
Fans of the Romanian black metal band Negură Bunget rejoice because they have finished recording their new album, Tău. The mixing and mastering are also complete. The album is expected in 2015 via Prophecy Productions. Now that the new record is done, what are your expectations for it?
Archetapes Industries, a new underground label, specialized in cassette releases, announced the release of Negură Bunget's masterpiece OM, for first time in pro-tape format. It will be limited to only 100 hand-numbered copies, in green tinted pro-tape. It was mastered specifically for analogue format and also features a 3 panel booklet with the original artwork.
Some bad news from the Negură Bunget camp. The Romanian band announced that they were forced to cancel the entire previously announced North American headlining tour, which was scheduled for this May/June. Check out the official statement about the cancellation of these dates below.
Romanian black metallers Negură Bunget have posted a message on Facebook announcing their North American Tour, which will happen between May and June 2014. The band is supporting their upcoming TĂU album. Grimegod will open for Negură Bunget.
Romanian metallers Negură Bunget have recently released a new song called "Curgerea Muntelui", taken from their 7" single Gînd A-prins, set for release today via Lupus Lounge / Prophecy Productions. While you wait for the release to arrive, you can now also listen to the other new song "Tăul Fără Fund" below. "Tăul Fără Fund" (Abysmal Mire) and "Curgerea Muntelui" (Of The Mountain's Flow) are both the new songs that are part of the band's new single which sets up the tone for the new opus Tău.
Romanian metallers Negură Bunget have recently released a new video for their new track "Curgerea Muntelui", taken from their upcoming 7" single Gînd a-prins, set for release on October 4th via Lupus Lounge / Prophecy Productions. For now, you can listen to the new song below.
Romania's folk black metal band Negură Bunget has checked in with the announcement about parting ways with keyboardist Inia "Neith" Dinia and vocalist Stefan "Chakravartin" Zaharescu. Inia has been part of the band for the last 6 years, while Stefan has been in the band for only a year.
Romanian black metallers Negură Bunget are busy writing material for their upcoming album, which they have decided to call Tău. The album will be the first of a three-part Transilvanian series and will be released via Prophecy Productions.
"La Marginea Lumii" (trans: Outskirts Of The World), a brand-new track from Romanian folk black metal band Negură Bunget, has been made available for streaming over at ReverbNation.
"La Marginea Lumii" comes of the band's upcoming new MCD Poartă De Dincolo (trans: "a gate from the above" or "carrying from the other side"), which will be released on April 25th through Code666 Records.
Negură Bunget have issued the following band update, including a detailed year recap and their plans for the future:
"2010 was the most intense year in the history of the band. Two albums released, Măiestrit on Prophecy Production and Vîrstele Pămîntului on Code666 Records, followed by a long European tour as headliners (Spirit of the Land Tour), another tour in autumn (Black Trolls Over Europe), some festivals in between (including Hellfest), some line-up changes (guitarists Corb and Spin were replaced by Urzit and Fulmineos), a MCD to symbolically end our 10 years cooperation with Code666 Records and a lot of work, all make this year special and unforgettable.