22:46 - !J.O.O.E.! Finally got round to watching A Boy And His Dog, which has been sitting on my hard drive for about 4 years. Quite the weird film to say the least, but quite amusing too.
21:40 - Redn1ght There's a difference between how Japanese and Koreans speak, Koreans are more toned down in a sort of mumble way. Japanese however are more clear with their sentence structuring and it usually carries over without experience.
21:38 - Netzach Sure but might as well be Korean to my ears! On the other hand, I hate my own (Swedish) accent. And I'm still a better speaker of English than most Swedes I know (imho)
21:32 - Redn1ght Hah. Also, Japanese Engrish. You can tell they are Japanese beri fast.
21:27 - Netzach Indeed but I wouldn't be able to differentiate it from Bangladesh, Nepal, etc... Whereas the Finnish accent is a universal truth ;)
21:09 - Redn1ght It's funny how the easiest to guess accent is the Indian accent. It's unreal.
20:46 - Netzach That's how you automatically tell a band is from Finland. Pronunciation.
Weeping Birth, the brutal black/death metal project of Vladimir Cochet (Mirrorthrone), has unveiled the artwork of its upcoming and long-awaited album, The Crushed Harmony, to be released on November 16th via Apathia Records. Seven long years after the monolith of brutality Anosognosic Industry Of The I, Vladimir Cochet releases a new Weeping Birth album. The Crushed Harmony is an especially dense 32-minute act, mixing limitless death metal aggressiveness and grievous black metal atmospheres.
Apathia Records has announced the signing of Weeping Birth, the brutal and melodic black/death metal project of Vladimir Cochet (Mirrorthrone). After taking a break from his musical projects, Vladimir is now back at work and has successfully gathered enough material to release a new Weeping Birth album, seven years after the sick Anosognosic Industry Of The I. The Crushed Harmony will be released on November 16th, 2015 in digital and CD digipack via Apathia Records.
French extreme progressive metallers Orakle have shared their new album, Éclats, in full online for streaming. Now that their third album is finally out via Apathia Records, this is your opportunity to listen to it below and in its entirety. The album clocks in at almost 60 minutes. Dive into Éclats and share your impressions of the record.
French avantgarde extreme metallers Orakle have uploaded a third extract of Éclats, their upcoming album to be released very soon on May 11th via Apathia Records. You can listen to "Bouffon Existentiel" here below now. The track clocks in at almost 9-minutes. Take it all in!
French extreme metallers Orakle have uploaded a new track named "Aux Éclats", from their upcoming album, Éclats, soon to be released on May 11th (Europe) and June 6th (North America) via Apathia Records. You can enjoy the song clocking at almost 7 minutes below. Take the plunge here.
French extreme metallers Orakle have revealed their first new track in seven years, extracted from their upcoming album, Éclats, set to be released on May 11th via Apathia Records. You can discover the 6-minute version of "Humanisme Vulgaire" below now. Enjoy the musical journey!
French extreme progressive metallers Orakle have uploaded a new trailer for their upcoming album. Éclats marks the return of the band with their most progressive and innovative work to date, after seven years of absence. You can have a taste of the new songs right here right now! Preorders are available immediately at this location.
You can now discover the artwork of the upcoming album of French extreme metallers Orakle. See below the stunning cover that will grace Éclats, which will be released on May 11th on Apathia Records and is their first album since 2008's Tourments & Perdition.
You can discover now the complete upcoming EP of Pryapisme, Futurologie, on their label's Bandcamp page. It is streaming in full ahead of its release on February 9th (10th in the USA) via Apathia Records. Enjoy! How do you rate it?
French avantgarde metallers Orakle have uploaded the second part of the making of their upcoming and long-awaited album, Éclats. The record will be released on May 11th on Apathia Records and the preorders will start on February 16th. Check out the two clips below to get a taste of the new material and what you can expect.
A new track from the French crazy cats Pryapisme has been revealed, "Part IX" of their upcoming 23-minute track from Futurologie, their upcoming EP. Pryapisme's upcoming EP Futurologie will be released on February 9th (10th in the USA) via Apathia Records. Enjoy the new track here!
After two critically acclaimed albums released in 2005 (Uni Aux Cimes) and 2008 (Tourments & Perdition), and many shows, including one at the Hellfest 2009, Orakle disappeared from the scene for five long years. 2015 will mark the return of the French metallers with a long-awaited third album and they have also joined Apathia Records.
For Christmas, Pryapisme have decided to unveiled the classical re-orchestration of their gigantic 23-minute track "Petit traité de futurologie sur l'homo cretinus trampolinis (et son annexe sur les nageoires caudales)". Their upcoming EP Futurologie will be released on February 9th in Europe and February 10th in the USA, via Apathia Records. Enjoy!
The new video clip of Pryapisme, for Part IV of their gigantic 23-minute track "Petit traité de futurologie sur l'homo cretinus trampolinis (et son annexe sur les nageoires caudales)" is full of pixels, glitches and cats, and is online now. You can watch it here. Enjoy!
Two weeks after the latest trailer, Pryapisme have launched their very own "Meow Soundpad", a small website with a mini-game where you will have to find the right keyword to unlock a new song, which is the Part VI of "Petit traité de futurologie sur l'Homo cretinus trampolinis (et son annexe sur les nageoires caudales)". The band gave no hints, but if you look a bit closely at the band itself, it should be really easy.