20:40 - Karlabos Well yeah, that kinda works. It gets a little hard to type though, but it's ok
20:28 - !J.O.O.E.! Maybe find a big hardcover book or something like that to put it on.
20:27 - Karlabos Sounds nice. Yeah because of the heat I can't use laptop on my lap like it was supposed to.. Unfortunately it's the only position where yo don't get a sore arm/neck/whatever when using
20:24 - !J.O.O.E.! Lel maybe. I don't like regular laptops personally as they're heavy and get hot easily. I own a little one that weighs less than a kilo and doesn't emit heat. Great for long journeys as the battery lasts for ages.
20:22 - Karlabos Wait, this means I'm gonna have to buy a new one?
20:22 - Maratha Not yet a review of new Bölzer in the upper section?
20:15 - !J.O.O.E.! Don't use a laptop covered in snakes and glass?
After the streaming of "Malefica" back in April, and some vague details from Ván Records, things are starting to come together more clearly regarding the release of the new The Ruins Of Beverast album. Alexander Von Meilenwald's blackened doom project is currently streaming yet another song from the upcoming Blood Vaults - The Blazing Gospel Of Heinrich Kramer, titled "Ordeal," which can be listened below in the YouTube video.
As Ván Records notes in the video description, Blood Vaults is set for an official release date sometime in September, and "is meant as a single huge audio opus consisting of 3 parts and divided into a total of 9 songs with a running time of over 78 minutes." The album will be Meilenwald's first release in four years, coming after 2009's highly acclaimed Foulest Semen Of A Sheltered Elite.
In addition, the album artwork for Blood Vaults, featured on both the "Malefica" and "Ordeal" videos, may be seen below the video.
It was, but the track he released for the previous album, the really doomy one, was the only proper black metal track on the album. I'm kinda hoping the fact he released a doomy one means the album will be more black </some kind of weird logic>
I hope this is an indication that the album will be a bit more oriented toward black metal once again. Great track.
Seems we have different desires, I'm personally hoping it continues in the direction of Foulest
Either way, it's probably gonna be an excellent release. Meilenwald doesn't really come across as the type of person to do something more than once with his albums.