14:11 - Hex_Omega Oil is the power. Scotland with Oil: 'we want to be independent!' ; Scotland without Oil: 'oh no, please no!'
13:54 - Syk Nesbitt Crab votes yes! cos he's a dead fuckwit with no cares for currency! nay!
13:32 - Bad English Just thinking about what would Rab C. Nesbitt vote today for?
10:50 - ANGEL REAPER ..so i was working on my diploma project...one of the tests i was doung is about to finish ...after 11 hours of numbers crunching ...
07:07 - Redn1ght Lol.... I just noticed that my sort-of encyclopedia of mythologies is made in Egypt... A MIRACLE, so many books are printed in China.
04:56 - ScreamingSteelUS Yeah, it seems like Cracked has now overtaken "MAD." Moving online in 2005 was a very smart idea. I've had the chance to peruse some old "MAD"s myself, but I've been a loyal fan of Cracked for six or seven years now.
04:49 - Redn1ght No wonder then! @Screaming. (Only way I knew about MAD was because of seeing some OOLD issues in a second-hand book store and dad showed them there.)
Thrashers Warbringer are facing a tough time. Vocalist John Kevill announced it himself over Facebook that their drummer Carlos Cruz and founding guitarist John Laux have left the band. In a long statement, the singer explains that he is considering the future of the band and is not sure if they can go on. They released IV: Empires Collapse last October.
With their new thrash attack IV: Empires Collapse out in the open, Warbringer have now shared their brand new video. The band chose the track "Black Sun, Black Moon" from their fourth studio album. The video was directed by Dean Ciocca and you can watch the band playing in the desert and a mysterious car apparently carrying bodies.
Los Angeles thrash act Warbringer is releasing their 4th studio album IV: Empires Collapse in the coming days (and today in some countries) via Century Media Records. The band previously released the song "Hunter-Seeker" for streaming and today you get to listen to an audio stream of the track "Black Sun, Black Moon" over here. The band also recently shot a video for that same track with director Dean Ciocca which will premiere later.
After all the album details, the time has come to finally hear a full new song from Warbringer. The thrashers return two years after Worlds Torn Asunder with their new offering IV: Empires Collapse. You can now listen to their new song "Hunter-Seeker" through the lyric video available below. It's time to see what the band has to offer this time around.
Thrashers Warbringer have chosen today to reveal the cover artwork that will grace their new album IV: Empires Collapse. Century Media also confirmed a new street date for the release on October 28th, 2013 in Europe and October 29th in North America. It's just a few days later, don't worry. According to the band, the art created by Adrienne Rozzi reflects the music, so check it out below.
Warbringer fanatics eagerly awaiting new details about their upcoming new album, there's good news for you. Well, today you find out its title. Their fourth album will be called IV: Empires Collapse. The thrashers have been locked away in The Omen Room studio with producer Steve Evetts (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Sepultura, Symphony X) for the past few months and are about to complete their next opus.
Thrashers Warbringer have recently entered the studio to begin recording the follow-up to their third album Worlds Torn Asunder. The band is once again working with producer Steve Evetts on this yet untitled new full-length at his studio, The Omen Room, in Garden Grove, California. Warbringer has written 11 songs, the drums, guitars and vocal recordings are underway and the first in a series of video updates from the studio can now be seen below.
Los Angeles thrashers Warbringer have entered the studio to begin recording the follow-up to their third album Worlds Torn Asunder. The band will once again be working with producer Steve Evetts (The Dillinger Escape Plan, Sepultura, Symphony X) on this currently untitled new full-length at his studio, The Omen Room, in Garden Grove, California. This upcoming album is tentatively scheduled for an October release via Century Media Records. What are your expectations for the new album?
US thrash metallers Warbringer have announced on their official website the departure of guitarist Adam Carroll. To replace him, the band recruited young guitarist Andrew Bennett.
Statement from the band: "As Warbringer begin their next North American tour supporting Iced Earth and Symphony X this week it has been revealed that the band has been joined by a new guitarist. Longtime member Adam Carroll has decided to leave the band and last weekend's shows supporting Death Angel were his last."
A new album and now a new video. US thrashers Warbringer have been busy! Check out "Shattered Like Glass", the new video off of the band's latest output Worlds Torn Asunder, available for viewing below. The album was released on September 26th via Century Media Records. More album details were previously reported over here.
"Living Weapon", a brand-new track from US thrash metal assault Warbringer can now be streamed over at Hails And Horns.
"Living Weapon" comes off the band's upcoming album World Torn Asunder, which is set to be released on September 26th through Century Media Records. More album details were previously reported over here.
US thrash metal quintet Warbringer will release their upcoming new album, Worlds Torn Asunder, on September 27th through Century Media Records.
Worlds Torn Asunder was produced and mixed by the renowned Steve Evetts (Suicide Silence, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Symphony X), and features artwork by the talented Dan Seagrave, who designed Warbringer's previous album cover (in addition to art for bands such as Entombed, Suffocation and Morbid Angel).
About the artwork, vocalist John Kevill comments: "The concept behind Worlds Torn Asunder was the decline of our existing world at the hands of the human race. The artwork depicts the world literally being torn and we wanted to include the setting in the cosmos along with a darker 'higher' force lurking behind the shadows. We had worked with Dan Seagrave before on Waking into Nightmares and were very comfortable with the way he expressed himself. He's been the artist for many bands we love and are inspired by."