00:42 - musclassia Also, Benjamin Breeg is a great song too - haven't listened to AMOLAD in forever, but I've always really liked that last 4 songs on it, especially The Legacy
00:38 - musclassia There's a couple of songs off X Factor and Virtual XI that might be interesting to hear re-recorded with Bruce, including that one (also Futureal). But I honestly struggle to listen to Bayley in Maiden, such a bad match IMO
22:52 - Apothecary So is this one [link] always been one of my favorites
22:38 - The RedOctober A very underrated song on Iron Maiden catalogue I think. [link] Maybe again suffering from the good old syndrome.
"We have since some months a new drummer called Petter Karlsson and after rehearsing for a while with him, playing both new and old songs, I must say it sounds really good. (...)
We have also rehearsed with Matts Lev'en and it sounds really cool, prepare for a different Therion sound un the upcoming festivals and tours!
Regarding singers there is also a big change. As you all know Sarah Jezebel Deva have been singing with us live for quite some years. Well unfortunatly she will not be able to go with us this time due to some health problems. We are very sad about this, but have found a replacement called Karin Fjellander who is a young swedish soprano that have a background as a viola player, but who now study classical vocals since some years.
InsideOut site announced the title of the new Dead Soul Tribe album: The January Tree. The album will be release on on 30.08.2004.
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"Due to the huge chart success of Ayreon - The Human Equation, we are happy to announce the next single to be released is an alternative version of 'Day Sixteen: Loser' called 'Loser'. It will be the so-called 'Star One version'. Joost van den Broek (Star One, After Forever) and Arjen Lucassen battle it out in a true-to-form keyboard versus guitar battle, with electric violin by Robert Baba thrown in for good measure. Also Peter Vink (Star One) recorded new bass guitar especially for the single. And Ed Warby added some extra 'zing' to his performance also.
Of course, there will also be some really special bonus tracks to make this single even more worth your while to get! More information to come!
- Neurosis new album "The Eye Of Every Storm" will be released on Neurot Recordings (North America) and Relapse Records (world) on June 29, 2004. Neurot Recordings will also release the album on 180-gram vinyl with a gatefold sleeve and a poster insert.
- Neurosis will make a special live appearance in San Francisco, CA, on July 21, 2004, at the Great American Music Hall.