23:23 - s_t_s hey not that I miss them so but fo you know where band Deathstars's gone ? Seem they vanished...
21:47 - Risto It's their own tongue-in-cheek description. The vocals tip it over to the avantgarde side I think.
19:55 - Moose Many thanks to whoever introduced me to Astronoid via the shoutbox the other day. Their new album, Air, is magnificent. I can even understand why some refer to their genre as "Dream Thrash".
19:12 - Opethian @Apothecary, I got to meet him when I saw them play at Denver this past January. Dude is down to earth and was a privilege to get to meet him and Dallas \M/
18:18 - Apothecary Yeah, you wouldn't want to get in a fight with him though. Just check out this vid lol, apparently at this show some dumbass was throwing beer on his pedals [link]
18:01 - Marcel Hubregtse Karl is a small,. albeit quite fattish mf. He is smaller than I am. And I am only 5'11"
UPDATE on 20.06.2013: Shortly after revealing the album cover and tracklist for their new album Colored Sands, Gorguts have just premiered online the brand new song "Forgotten Arrows". See how the band sounds 12 years later on the lyric video below.
Original news, published on 19.06.2013: Colored Sands, the new album from technical death metallers Gorguts, already has an album cover and tracklist. Even though there is still no hint of new music, we now know that the band will present nine new songs. You can take a look at how the cover artwork looks like below.
The new album is slated for a release on September 3rd in North America (August 30th in the rest of the world) under Season Of Mist. You can already pre-order it over here. Now all you can do is wait for more.
Colored Sands tracklist:
01. Le Toit du Monde
02. An Ocean Of Wisdom
03. Forgotten Arrows
04. Colored Sands
05. The Battle Of Chamdo
06. Enemies Of Compassion
07. Ember's Voice
09. Reduced To Silence
At first I thought it was a tepid rehash of what Gorguts has done much better in the past; the last minute and a half, however, had a noticeably heavier sound (perhaps comparable to Meshuggah's Nothing or Koloss). Over multiple listens, I tend to think that this is a solid track. Overall, this track is a sign that Colored Sands will be worth a listen, although I do hope that the lyrics improve.
I had the worst dream last night. Apparently Gorguts made a Cryptopsy-like turn and except 2 songs the album was a mediocre, lame, boring turd, and received 3 pts. I seriously saw this in my dream, and I have no idea what the fuck is wrong with my mind