16:10 - Netzach The only "Serpent" track I still listen to is the instrumental Plateau of the Ages
16:04 - Marcel Hubregtse Marrow isn't a bad album but it isn't underrated either. Just look at the score for it here on MS, for example.
16:00 - musclassia I'd probably rank them Mantle>Ashes>Marro w>Folklore>Serpent - I think Serpent is fine but it's not nearly as memorable as the other albums. I prefer Marrow to Folklore, mainly for Nidstang and Ghost.... Mantle beats all though
14:44 - Apothecary Marrow is definitely second-weakest, but that's only because the other three albums you're comparing it to are such higher quality, I don't think it means that it's necessarily a BAD album
13:27 - Akatash Updated my dissonant metal picks: [link]
Danish metallers The Interbeing have premiered a new music video for the song "Shadow Drift" at this location. Alternatively, it can be viewed below. The video was directed by Alexander Hørup. The song is taken from their 2011 album Edge Of The Obscure, released via Mighty Music/Target Distribution.
The band also commented: "Our brand new video for Shadow Drift is finally complete! The video is directed by the debut music video director Alexander Hørup who has spent years working closely with the Danish music video director Casper Balslev on videos for The Floor Is Made Of Lava, Dune, Vinnie Who, Marina & The Diamonds amongst others. The team behind the video also includes one of the best music video editors Jens Høll who has edited videos for L.O.C, Kashmir, Dune, The Storm and Carpark North to name a few."
"We chose the song Shadow Drift because it shows a slightly different side to the rest of the album. The lyrics are based on a surreal world, where the one's shadow is a separate individual who the main character tries to merge with. In the video the black liquid symbolizes the persons' shadows, and during the video the liquid covers each character more and more. The little boy with the rabbit mask is partly inspired by the psychological thriller Donnie Darko from 2001 and he represents the character's 'alternative self.'"