14:29 - LuciferOfGayness Is there anywhere I can read about posting here? I cant get up to graphical standards with my posts.
14:20 - Apothecary So I have an opportunity to catch Clipping in Miami next month. Holy shit
13:58 - Hex_Omega Woohoo 'As Autumn Calls' and 'Quartz' added. Finally bands from my list.
08:11 - Mr. Strawberry Good ! Enuff z'nuff is releasing a new album in Dec. I'm expecting something which is unexpected. Chip is the only old member left, "Strength" is still one of my best album in 90's as Donnie's vocals are damn good.
06:18 - Fearmeister Its very different. They moved away from the black metal sound and embraced a synth heavy occult metal style. Im really digging it
06:10 - Verdun_sc Zemial guy and the main guy are brothers, in fact! I hope that Agatus is as good as the first two from Agatus.
06:01 - Fearmeister Its actually an old band that just put something out in 14 years. Zemial guy is one of the two members and you can see the influence
If you like stoner metal, you need to check out the new video from Sahg. The Norwegians are premiering their new song "Slip Off The Edge Of The Universe" with the new video which you can watch here. The song will appear on Delusions Of Grandeur, which will be released on October 28th worldwide (25th in Norway, Germany/Switzerland/Austria) via Indie Recordings. This will be their fourth album.
"Delusions Of Grandeur is a concept record about a person, whose delusions of grandeur escalate to the level where they consume him completely," explains Sahg's Olav Iversen (vocals, guitar). "From becoming increasingly psychopathic and dominant, he loses touch with everyone around him and isolates into his own imaginary, psychotic world, where he becomes the almighty ruler of the universe. As he stands on the highest peak of his domain and beholds all that he has conquered, he suddenly slips off the edge and floats away, weightless. Helpless and stripped of all power, he drifts further into the open space, until he disappears into the darkness. It's an album about how desire for power and property can distort and destroy who we are."