20:16 - Apothecary Getting on the new Weekend Nachos now. Fucking savage, as usual. Shame these guys broke up
20:01 - LuciferOfGayness Guys, music cant be boring in itself, thats a big misconception. Its only you guys, nothing else
20:00 - yvesson Hej, also cradle of filth had some good stuff again, without the magics of their early albums. Sepultura and metallica are still lost, though.
19:52 - yvesson Hej, I considered metal boring since the early 2000's, but I discovered some bands I considered lost went back to the right track, like testament, overkill, megadeth, pestilence, atheist, all releasing brutal stuff again.
Evergrey is currently busy on a new album, to be released at the end of this year. The band issued the following update:
"Been a long time since the last update but we are currently extremely deep into the songwriting and recording of the new album which should be released during the fall 2010. Do we need to tell you that it sounds good, great, fantastic... like always, right.
At the same time we are working with a lot of new people to ensure the best possibilities for a successful work for the new album. There will be more news about this soon. But there are some MAJOR changes in the world of Evergrey, and we are confident it will all be for the better.
Korn has signed a worldwide recording deal with Roadrunner Records.
The band's first release on the label will be its ninth studio set Korn III - Remember Who You Are, produced by Ross Robinson, who collaborated with the band on its first two albums. An exact street date is yet to be announced, although a spokesperson for the label says it's eyeing a June 2010 international release.
In 2005, Korn inked a widely reported two-album deal with EMI/Virgin, which netted the metal stalwart $25 million upfront from the major (Billboard.biz, June 9, 2007). As part of the deal, EMI acquired a 30% stake in Korn's overall business through to 2010. The new deal with Roadrunner Records is a worldwide recording agreement that doesn't include any other ancillary rights.