13:03 - J. N. Joe: That album is definitely for fans of early/mid-era AN.
12:30 - Netzach Well with Primer they had to explain to each other, while in Interstellar you'd expect the scientists to already know the stuff they were explaining... but no big deal, both are great films in their own way
11:47 - J. N. Joe: Holy shit, this is the first proper Anaal Nathrakh lookalike I've ever heard.
10:29 - Joe Zombie I liked that one as well and I did notice the many similarities in Interstellar.
10:24 - Nimlot What did you think of 2001: A Space Odyssey?
10:21 - Joe Zombie I think a movie doused with too much science is harder to sell to the average moviegoer. Like Primer for example. Some explanation was necessary. I didn't find it annoying.
The release of Subsignal's third album is closer than you might think. The progressive metallers plan to enter the studio in February to record it and have already revealed that the new output will be titled Paraìso and hit stores in September 2013. This release will follow Touchstones.
The band revealed more details: "A busy and creative year lies ahead. We will hit the studio in February to start recording our third studio album entitled Paraìso. We will be recording nine tracks with an approx. playing time of 60 minutes. The album is scheduled for release in September 2013."
Previously, the band announced "A Giant Leap Of Faith" and "The Stillness Beneath The Snow" as some of the song titles for the new album.
Interesting, for the ones who don't know, Sieges Even was called Val'Paraiso before they decided to go with Sieges Even again.
Coool! Very much waiting for this one.
This is not even the first Sieges Even reference they do, in the "Touchstones" song there's that full part from "The Waking Hours".
Let's hope there will be more references/similarities