19:59 - Jaeryd But yeah, there's nothing I'd change about the sound/production on The Desanctification or Cosmosophy.
19:57 - Jaeryd I also prefer the sound of TWWTG and MoRT, but the 777s had a distinctive sound that I think worked for the trilogy, and did exactly what it was supposed to do. I might've preferred Sect(s) to have a different sound, though...
19:53 - !J.O.O.E.! I feel like both sides are let down by sound and production issues. A recurring motif ever since the 777s (The Libers aside; they sound awesome)
19:46 - 3rdWorld What? Its no way that good but quite decent. But the Aevangelist side just sucks. I can't stand it at all.
18:55 - Apothecary Will investigate more. And damn, the BAN side of their new split is really turning about to be the pleasant surprise of the year for me. Might be just me, but I really think it's their best since Liber III, at least
18:49 - !J.O.O.E.! Their first 3 albums are all a little different, and the EP more or less like that album. All nice in their own right, though many people were put off by the story narrative of Urfe.
Listenable records is proud to re-release Immolation's much praised album Unholy Cult that was originally released in 2002. The press release reads as follows:
"The album has been out of print for a while and we felt it was time to bring it back in its full glory. The new edition comes in a stellar digipack with a full detailed 12 page booklet with new live pictures and liner notes from the band themselves. On top of that, you get the 2003 Bringing Down The World full DVD as a bonus. A fully loaded package for a killer price. An extra special vinyl edition featuring a picture disk in regular vinyl cover is coming soon as well. Unholy Cult was a landmark in the
history of the band and this is the perfect opportunity to get it for those who missed out."
Why do that? Just release something new instead...
Althou it can be really good, so its better to just wait.
In addition to already releasing a new album soon, the original 2002 pressing is officially sold out, so adding the bonus DVD and other material gives collectors another opportunity to purchase the album while it helps the band in terms of advertising, as Majesty And Decay is set to be released in less than two weeks.
This is a calculated move on behalf of the band: one that will likely benefit them.