12:04 - ANGEL REAPER f*kin' managers....i will fire his ass ...OSC is greatest name ever ...
12:00 - ANGEL REAPER i wanna name my synth project as "Obscure Sex Cult"...is this a good idea...my manager says no...
11:39 - Redn1ght Heh. Yeah, they did have some Doom-ish influences here and there.
11:38 - Joodicator I've heard a song off the debut and I liked it. Need to properly check them out. I still find it weird how their mainman went from thrash to doing a load of doom metal projects :S
11:35 - Redn1ght Have you heard Seventh Angel btw? That might interest you if you liked Theocracy.
11:34 - Joodicator No idea. I got mine from Amazon/at the show. Might be worth a try though.
11:30 - Redn1ght That's cool. Yeah, they deserve more attention as they have very solid stuff. I haven't got any of the albums yet as I don't know if it's possible to get them through ordering from the store...
In June of this year we were fortunate enough to return to Mexico City for three sold out shows at Foro Sol Stadium and with 155,000 of you there over the three nights, we knew it would be extra special. So we asked our friend Wayne Isham to join us with a film crew and the results of that crazy, magical, most memorable long weekend will be available on DVD and CD starting November 30 as Orgullo, Pasion y Gloria: Tres Noches En La Ciudad de Mexico (Pride, Passion, and Glory: Three Nights in Mexico City).
The region free DVD's and CD's include songs from all three shows recorded on June 4, 6, and 7. Each show had a unique set list, totaling 34 different songs... they're all there on the two DVD set along with interviews with us. Other versions that will be available include one DVD (18 tracks), Blu-ray version of that DVD, a digi-pack with the DVD and two CD's, and finally the aforementioned deluxe version in a slip case with two DVD's and two CD's. Tracklistings for each configuration can be seen here. In keeping with the local theme, all the credits will be in Spanish (Portuguese for our Brazilian buddies) and will only be available at stores in Latin America. Of course we will also have it in The Official Metallica.com Store, starting sometime the week of December 7.
"Gripping virtuoso guitar licks and a glimpse at history as it was being made accurately summarize Jason Becker's new album, "Collection". Even as paralysis set in from his disease, Jason still had a strong desire to compose ."Collection" not only contains some of Jason's favorite moments from his Shrapnel and David Lee Roth recordings, it also features three new Becker compositions, each as impressive as anything he has recorded in the past. Jason has enlisted some of the largest names in instrumental guitar music and has as many as three guitarists per track trading off riveting performances. Including performances by Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Michael Lee Firkins, Marty Friedman and Greg Howe. "Collection" is exactly the kind of record that Becker fans have been waiting for."