00:55 - mz nice avantgardiesh blackish metal from 2015 [link] missed it all
23:56 - psykometal Speaking of that, gotta figure out how we're going to reflect the obvious member change from a male to female bass player (of which the popular, and seemingly obvious, opinion is that said new female bassist is Sean Yseult... :/
Black metal duo Inquisition recently announced that they named their forthcoming album Obscure Verses For The Multiverse but the rest of it has only been unveiled today. The band's sixth full-length has been scheduled for an October 25th in Europe (October 29th in North America) release via Season Of Mist. Mark your calendars, see the cover artwork, tracklist as well as a video trailer below. The trailer features the first bits of new music since Ominous Doctrines Of The Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm, so you better listen to it.
Obscure Verses For The Multiverse tracklist:
01. Force Of The Floating Tomb
02. Darkness Flows Towards Unseen Horizons
03. Obscure Verses For The Multiverse
04. Spiritual Plasma Evocation
05. Master Of The Cosmological Black Cauldron
06. Joined By Dark Matter, Repelled By Dark Energy
07. Arrival Of Eons After
08. Inversion Of Ethereal White Stars
09. Infinite Interstellar Genocide
A variety of deluxe limited editions, such as CD box set and coloured LPs in genuine leather packaging, are now available for pre-order on Season of Mist's e-shop. The first pressings of those formats include the exclusive song "Where Darkness Is Lord And Death The Beginning" as a bonus track.
Written by Apothecary on 28.08.2013 at 23:46 Either way, I don't think you can really deny that that album art is rad as fuck.
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 28.08.2013 at 23:50 Yeah, the album art is very nice indeed.
Oh, I gues O'm one of the few that find it quite lame. I like the idea but I don't like the main three figures. They looks sloopy compared to the rest.
I prefered the last one as well as the re-release version of their debut. Even if it could be called cliche it was still better.
I'd probably really dig these guys if they did away with those ridiculously anemic and stupid sounding vocals.
Really? That's part of what makes the band imo, but I guess you don't particularly care for the frog BM vocals
Either way, I don't think you can really deny that that album art is rad as fuck.
Totally agree with Apethecary on this. While the vocals are indeed ridiculous, I still like them and at least they're totally unique instead of incredibly generic BM vocals that are used in most BM. That robotic frog-like voice is just awesome(ly funny).
And I also really like that cover art. Looking forward to this release a lot.