21:09 - Bad English Opeth is dead, he is getting old [link] split up and play live only
21:08 - !J.O.O.E.! To be totally honest when it comes to Bandcamp these days I only click on something if the artwork appeals to me. Seems to be a decent system.
21:05 - Netzach I don't care if the NSA knows what kind of music I listen to, tbh ;)
21:03 - Apothecary It's a very "roll of the dice" type of feature, you never know what you'll get but there's always a potential for you to find more good music
21:03 - Apothecary The tags can definitely be useless, but that all comes down to you. I click on the drone tag on one band's page, for example? Sometimes I find really good, quality shit, sometimes I find stuff that shouldn't even be labeled drone
21:00 - Redn1ght I would rather trust NSA build software to not track me than use Google. :p
Artillery will enter the recording studio on the 29th of November to record a follow up to their very successful album When Death Comes (2009). New material will be recorded again at Medley Studios in Denmark with Søren Andersen as producer.
Guitarist Michael Stützer says: "Artillery is very excited to start working on the follow up to When Death Comes, which received such a great response from both fans and media. It´s great to go back to the studio only 1 1/2 year after our last effort, to show the fans that Artillery is working very hard to make new recordings and to tour again. And this time it won't take us 10 years to make a new album! We feel that the new songs will continue the style and production of our last efforts and we are looking forward to play new songs live for the best and most dedicated fans of metal."
The forthcoming yet untitled album will be released by Metal Mind Productions in mid 2011.