20:57 - Maco Yay more albums like Heretic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
20:50 - ScreamingSteelUS everything in this situation was pretty ridiculous, but at least it seems to have resolved itself without any lawsuits.
20:50 - ScreamingSteelUS That probably means we'll see something more recognizably MA on the next record, but I'm not familiar enough with the Tucker-era material to have a preference in terms of vocals. I do think that the way everybody handled
20:41 - ERhapsody44 haha yup well what do you guys think about steve tucker being in the band again?
19:58 - @gent_-_orange great band, pretty much everything is worth getting apart from the newest shite.
And now for something a little bit different! Adam "Nergal" Darski, the frontman of Polish death metal band Behemoth, is pursuing a new venture outside of music and opened a barbershop called "Barberian" in Warsaw (Poland). And it seems like it is attracting a lot of bearded beasts.
Behemoth has posted a brand new track from their forthcoming album The Satanist. The track is entitled "Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer" and is accompanied by a lyric video that includes artwork and text from inside the digipak booklet. "Ora pro nobis", which is Latin for "pray for us", features lyrics penned by Nergal, along with Krzysztof Azarewicz. Waste no time and listen to the brand new song below. Are you pleased with it?
The much awaited new Amon Amarth video for the track "Father Of The Wolf" has finally been unveiled. The Swedes promised that the "Father Of The Wolf" mini-movie/video world premiere live would happen at the Las Vegas House Of Blues yesterday and it did. Now the epic production video is also available on YouTube which means you can watch it now here. You might remember this song from Amon Amarth's latest musical offering Deceiver Of The Gods, released last year.