18:49 - MetalDoomMaster Yeah the Witcher 2 was a less cool game but it was also a way better game than the first one
18:38 - Fearmeister I wouldn't call the Witcher 2 garbage. For one, the combat is a lot better and the story/presentation is amazing. I would like to the some more Witcher 1 elements in 3 though (like having a gazillion different types of monsters)
18:37 - moonflash BlackEssence, that is Persona, a video game. But yeah it basically is an anime for all intents and purposes. I kinda agree Joe, the dungeons do become tedious after a while but the narrative is absolutely incredible.
18:16 - EmeraldSword persona5. nice. i'm currently playing smtiv on 3DS. First Persona related game for me since the first one on ps1
18:08 - !J.O.O.E.! I'd say it's worth another shot now all the bugs have been... debugged. - I have a love hate relationship with Persona games. Great story and characters, terrible procedurally generated dungeon exploration and average battles.
UK metallers Trigger The Bloodshed have issued the following update on their MySpace blog:
It's been a while since we've posted anything, so we thought we'd start fresh in the New Year and bring you an update on album number 3!
So far, drums and guitars have been completely finished and are sounding the tits! Vocals are being recording as I'm writing this blog!
We are pleased to announce the mighty Jacob Hansen (Heaven Shall Burn, Neaera, Maroon, Volbeat, Aborted, The Arcane Order, Hatesphere) will be mixing and mastering the album. And as you can see from the bracketed section, he has perfected the sound of a healthy amount of ridiculous bands! It's going to sound fucking killer!
UK Death metallers Trigger The Bloodshed have issued the folowing update on their MySpace blog:
"Some of you may of heard rumors flying around over the recent weeks about Max leaving the band; we can now confirm that these rumors are true. For a little while Max has felt he has not been fulfilling the genre of music he wanted to persue with a band, although he has enjoyed every moment with trigger he just felt his heart was not in the music and has gone on to fill this void playing and creating music in a genre he is more passionate about. There are no hard feelings between Max and the band, he is still one of our best friends and we wish him all the luck and success in the world with his future projects.
Trigger The Bloodshed and Bringonmixedreviews.com have teamed up to offer you a stream of their latest album "The Great Depression" which is in stores since April 14 through Metal Blade Records. "The Great Depression" is available for streaming in its entirety at this location.
Evile guitarist Ol Drake has posted the following update concerning the direct support slot on the band's upcoming UK tour with Mutant:
"On Sunday 12th April Warpath let us know they have to pull out of our tour (which starts today, Wednesday 15th April) due to their lead guitarist being "indirectly involved in a motorcycle accident" on the 8th. We wish them all the best and hope he has a speedy recovery.
We only had 2/3 days to find a replacement band.
It's such short notice for any band to be able to accomodate themselves to a tour which starts in a few days, which already has arrangements and agreements made, but I want to personally thank our friends Trigger The Bloodshed for stepping up and being willing to take part in the tour in place of Warpath. I'd like everyone to show Trigger The Bloodshed the same respect and consideration they've shown us in this situation by giving them a warm welcome onto the tour at the upcoming shows."
UK death metal band Trigger The Bloodshed's new upcoming album will be called "The Great Depression" cover art]. The album is due on April 6 via Metal Blade.
The tracklisting for the CD is as follows:
01. The Great Depression
03. Sanctuary of the Wretched
04. The Scouring Impurity
05. The Dead World
06. Interlude - I
07. Contemporary Perception Narcotics
08. Dessicate Earth
09. The Infliction of Tophet
10. Disfigured Anonimity
You can watch a video teaser for the new album here. Head over to the band's MySpace to hear the title track from "The Great Depression".