16:43 - Apothecary That was always my one issue with them too, flight, as good as everything else is. I think they're putting out a new album this year though, so I'm curious to see if that gets changed in any way
16:39 - flightoficarus Really digging Vattnet Viskar, except for the vocals. Too much distortion, not enough presence.
16:39 - Apothecary Damn, nobody had added Mr. Bungle until today? Glad that atrocity got cleared up
16:23 - Hex_Omega Journey to the deepest corners of your mind [link]
15:56 - Timmeh Played through RE4 for the first time a month ago and was absolutely astonished, one of the best gaming experiences of my life.
15:32 - J. N. Red: By the end of the game, you can shoot him with no consequences.
Finnish ambient melancholic metal band October Falls unveiled new details regarding their forthcoming album The Plague Of A Coming Age. The album will be unleashed this coming March 15th, on both CD and vinyl format and is already available for pre-order at this location. Check out also the full tracklist and artwork of the album below.
Of course this is not all. The band is also streaming a brand new song "Snakes Of The Old World", which you can listen through the Soundclud player below the album artwork and tracklist.
Official press release by Debemur Morti Productions: "On this new offering, the band continues to explore its exquisitely sonorous world, deeply melancholic, subtly aggressive and always divinely melodic. Once again, M. Lehto gathered gifted musicians around him for the recording: M. Tarvonen (Moonsorrow) on drums and S. Hinkka (Ensiferum) on bass. A very special guest contributed clean vocals on two songs: T. Joutsen (Amorphis). The visual art was imagined and painted by talented Argentinian Artist Santiago Caruso."
The Plague Of A Coming Age tracklist:
01. At The Edge Of An Empty Horizon
03. The Verge Of Oblivion
04. Snakes Of The Old World
05. The Plague Of A Coming Age
06. Mouth Of A Nation's Harlots
07. Boiling Heart Of The North
08. The Weight Of The Fallen
09. Below The Soils
Well, sounds like October Falls but certainly not their best effort. No real progression in style despite taking quite some time since their last record. And why does there have to be that stupid guy on the cover