22:54 - Mechaniacal The hallucinations only make the encounter appear even more extreme. The atmosphere in that fucking maze was great too. Let the haters hate. They're wrong anyway.
22:51 - Mechaniacal I can only imagine the problem those people had with the ending is that Rust was no longer suffering as much. I thought the entire season was incredibly consistent and loved how insane Childress truly was in the end.
22:24 - 3rdWorld Just finished True Detective Season 1. Contrary to what most people say I think the finale was stunning.
22:14 - Guib Updated with ''Infernä l Mäjesty - One Who Points To Death'' and ''Living Death - Protected From Reality'' - [link]
21:42 - flightoficarus 'sounds a lot more mature than the previous album
Now you will finally have the chance to take a look at the artwork that will appear on Killswitch Engage's Disarm The Descent release. As with all of their previous releases, the cover was designed by bassist Mike D'Antonio and is available below.
Disarm The Descent was produced by the band's guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz and is the first to feature Jesse Leach on lead vocals since 2002's Alive Or Just Breathing. The album will hit stores on April 2nd via Roadrunner Records with a single to be released next month. More album details were previously reported here.
Disarm The Descent tracklist:
01. The Hell In Me
02. Beyond The Flames
03. New Awakening
04. In Due Time
05. A Tribute To The Fallen
06. The Turning Point
07. All That We Have
08. You Don't Bleed For Me
09. The Call
10. No End In Sight
12. Time Will Not Remain