23:01 - tibosax Sounds good 3rd, but I don't know if I can stand 10 10 minutes songs of tha monotonous style
22:52 - Doge of Venice Exactly. :P As an old fan of theirs, it's definitely more energised and interesting than anything they've done for a decade.
22:51 - 3rdWorld v Clickbait Avenged Sevenfold shite.
22:48 - Doge of Venice Don't mean to be that dude, but the new best kvlt album of the year leaked - [link] Just joking. Few songs in, so far quite interesting. Vocals will still be love/hate
22:42 - Maratha When're there's talk of Korn during Halloween, I remember Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery from South Park.
22:36 - 3rdWorld Best atmospheric black I've heard all year. No bullshit samples or nature recordings, just a desolate and bleak guitar playing to get the ambience going. Swiss perfection. [link]
21:48 - 3rdWorld Was just playing the devil's advocate. I love them myself but just the first 3 albums for that matter. Haven't heard the new one in full yet but that one single really sounded well like the old primitive bassy Korn.
"In Memoriam", a new video from Brit thrashers Evile is available for viewing below. The song comes off the band's most recent output Five Serpent's Teeth, released last September via Earache Records. The song was inspired by bassist Mike Alexander, who died in 2009 from a pulmonary embolism. The video was produced and directed by Sitcom Soldiers.
Evile drummer Ben Carter commented: "We are really excited for our fans, both new and old, to see our video for In Memoriam. It's a different sound and approach for us definitely, but we hope our fans appreciate the sentiment and reason this song exists. There's a lot of context in the song that everyone will at one time or another relate to, and we hope we have captured that essence in the video. We didn't want to rush this video and get it wrong at all; we didn't want there to be any falseness, so what we have created is something which we are all very proud of, which perfectly captures everything we felt after losing Mike, and moving forward with Joel. We hope this becomes a mainstay of our live set in the future, and we also hope that everyone who watches takes something positive from the video. Live life, and enjoy!"