21:22 - Bad English Lucas was a wus, I dont miss JN , Der Roz, WWS, Abrar, Jeff, Thyrcice, Iaberis, Etnator, Stina, Eskehta, Jean, Richard
21:20 - 3rdWorld He was still smarter than the average or above-avg 25yr old over here. I've gone through all his posts and he never gave up the act ever. Guy knew how to be a keyboard warrior on the internet. He removed his age anyway later on.
21:03 - Marcel Hubregtse He wasn't as smart as he tried to come across. Like I said the guy was 25+ and not 16, like he wanted everyone to believe so then he would come across as smart as a 16 year old.
20:49 - 3rdWorld Dude was a incisive asshole and smart. Not great at being with a community though, I agree.
20:35 - Marcel Hubregtse vezzy? The 25+ year old who tried to convince people he was only 16? Nothing lost with that guy.
20:14 - 3rdWorld J. N. was very good with grindcore and other extreme over the top shit though.
20:13 - Apothecary Lucas in particular would be awesome to have back, loved that guy and the weird, obscure stuff he dug into. Discovered Diapsiquir, Bloody Panda, and The Ruins Of Beverast through his reviews
With their new album The Tower set for release this month, avantgarde metallers Vulture Industries have recently unveiled another new song off the offering, "Lost Among Liars". This album is their Season Of Mist debut. You can watch the animated video made for the song by renowned artist Costin Chioreanu, who also designed the album cover art.
The video is a "visual critique of today's society which takes us on a journey through a surreal cityscape populated by people and machines, each with their own different duties and functions. From the vagrant loser to the dutiful cog in the wheel of industry, to the facade of family life to the mask salesman, they are all here. Each of them tells a story of oppression, restitution, control and freedom."
The Tower is due out on the 27th of September in Europe and the 1st October in North America. Check out the album title track over here as well.
In other news, Vulture Industries just commenced a new live theater project with the Happy Gorilla Dance Company. The project, titled "Turning Golem", is a unique take on theatrical performance combined with music from The Tower. "Turning Golem" is being staged on three separate dates: August 17th at the Dark Bombastic Evening in Transylvania, Romania, October 25th at the Garage in Bergen, Norway and October 26th at Phantoms Of Pilsen Festival in the Czech Republic. The show features five tracks from The Tower.