19:59 - Ceddybu pretty much agree with J-swizzle about amazon, ain't had problems with them and theres some good deals
19:50 - Cynic Metalhead Ebay are retarded. i once ordered Razor and they delivered defect one. i though gotta new one but that annoyed me like anything,
19:44 - Redn1ght Just a little annoyance to me Jaeryd, nothing much else. :p
19:15 - Jaeryd17 But I don't see how auto-rip is a problem, since it's not required that you use those files at all. Basically it's just a nice extra that doesn't cause any problems, so I'm not sure how that's a bad thing.
19:11 - Jaeryd17 I've never had a problem with Amazon. And sometimes you can find some really good deals on new CDs that aren't delivered by Amazon themselves, so you don't get the auto-rip anyway.
Cattle Decapitation vocalist Travis Ryan has recently recorded vocals for the new Soulfly album due early 2012 on Roadrunner Records. Travis recorded his portion of the vocals at Frick'in Studios in San Marcos, CA, with engineer Dan Frick and the result was extremely positive.
"It's an honor to receive a call from someone you had pictures of on your wall as a kid asking you to be on a new album of theirs. I literally had a picture of Max and Gloria holding Richie in her arms that I ripped out of a copy of Metal Maniacs on my wall when I was 15 or 16. Now they're asking for my artistic hand in one of their creations, just doesn't get much more surreal than that. Very honored and the song is very "death metal-ish" and completely crushes. Happy to be a part of it!"
The producer of Soulfly's new album, Zeuss (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, The Red Chord) responded to the delivery of Travis' tracks saying "The vocals fucking rule! Fits the song perfect... Very refreshing for me to hear these days."
Cattle Decapitation recently announced the status of their new album writing process and will be entering Flatline Audio Studios in Denver, CO, in January to record. Fans can expect an early Spring 2012 release date on Metal Blade Records.