16:27 - Bad English Erik - I attend what I can in Luleå , dont trevel, it costs so ... but ned ppl damn ude 1h in train you're in Brussels or somewhere in Germany , ok 2h
16:23 - Erik M. I think more variety is definitely a good thing, so most doom subgenres would be nice (death/gothic/epic/funer al). Edgar, I don't attend live gigs often. Last time is already 6 months ago or so. Only when it's close to Tilburg...
16:22 - Bad English Erik I didnt know you attend live gigs , so you saw Marcel and other mates
16:20 - Erik M. Ah that would be a real shame. I haven't been to the first DDD but the last one was my least favourite, I have to say. Then again, the first time (2012) I only saw like 3 bands due to damn train delays (well, mainly :P).
16:14 - Marcel Hubregtse Erik, last year's Dordrecht Doom was by far the worst attended one of the four. So a bit more variation this time. If a certain number of visitors isn't reached this will be the last one.
German metallers Rage have entered the studio to record their 21st studio album. Here's what Rage frontman Peter "Peavy" Wagner had to say about the album: "Finally we entered the studio again to create new songs for our 21st official studio album. We already started the recordings of 10 new works, one title is even "Twenty One", we were also thinking about taking '21' as the album title."
"Never change a winning team, so we work again with Charlie Bauerfeind in the Twilight hall studios in Grefrath. Probably you've heard that our new album will be pretty heavy. We've sparkled in creativity and it was great fun to work out these songs, it was real teamwork. It's so great to work together with such fantastic musicians like Victor and André."