19:59 - Jaeryd But yeah, there's nothing I'd change about the sound/production on The Desanctification or Cosmosophy.
19:57 - Jaeryd I also prefer the sound of TWWTG and MoRT, but the 777s had a distinctive sound that I think worked for the trilogy, and did exactly what it was supposed to do. I might've preferred Sect(s) to have a different sound, though...
19:53 - !J.O.O.E.! I feel like both sides are let down by sound and production issues. A recurring motif ever since the 777s (The Libers aside; they sound awesome)
19:46 - 3rdWorld What? Its no way that good but quite decent. But the Aevangelist side just sucks. I can't stand it at all.
18:55 - Apothecary Will investigate more. And damn, the BAN side of their new split is really turning about to be the pleasant surprise of the year for me. Might be just me, but I really think it's their best since Liber III, at least
Season of Mist is proud to announce the signing of Canada's Necronomicon (CAN). The death metal trio's upcoming fourth album will be entitled Rise Of The Elder Ones and has been tentatively scheduled for release on June 7th (June 10th in North America).
"Many people know that for some years in the past Necronomicon have been through some really dark years and that starting with The Return Of The Witch, or what we called the return to the source, we rose out of that period with more determination and strength than ever", states frontman of the band Rob "The Witch" Tremblay. "As for now, some months ago we had the opportunity to join forces and work with one of the most respected labels in the dark metal area. That's why we decided to move on in that direction. Working with people that care, are professionals, and do what they said without trying to find excuses to not do what they agreed to. It is with honor that Necronomicon joined the Season of Mist family and wish for this relationship to be long and prosperous."
More information on Rise Of The Elder Ones will be unveiled soon.