Caliban went straight into the studio after a run of summer festivals to record their upcoming album to be titled Ghost Empire which we know now is due to be released on January 27th, 2014. Mark your calendars for the new offering from the metalcore outfit. Yet again the album was produced by guitarist Marc Görtz in cooperation with Benny Richter. The follow-up to I Am Nemesis is on the way.

Patrick Grün (drums): "We have a bunch of great news from camp Caliban: we are currently in the studio recording our upcoming album Ghost Empire which will be out end of January. I can assure you, the new songs kick ass! After a run of amazing festivals such as Novarock, Greenfield, Graspop Metal Meeting, Pukkelpop, With Full Force and many more we are happy to present you another special treat: our new video for 'This Oath'. There are also two very last festivals that are wrapping up the live cycle for I Am Nemesis and who knows, we might even thrash out some new tunes. A massive 'thank you!' for the amazing support for I Am Nemesis!"

Marc Görtz (guitar): "We are almost done with the recordings and are doing the fine tunings on all the songs. This week we finished tracking the vocals and are adding the final guitars now. We couldn't be happier with the result! The new material follows the same direction we took with I Am Nemesis but in a more consequent and intense way, with some new influences added. The pressure was pretty high after the success of I Am Nemesis, but we are a band that actually works best under pressure. Hence we were and are working very hard to come up with an even better album."





Source: centurymedia.com
Band profile: Caliban
 
Posted: 05.10.2013 by BloodTears



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Neroese - 05.10.2013 at 15:01  
Same question like with new SS vocalist - who cares?
Electes - 05.10.2013 at 17:46  
Written by Guest on 05.10.2013 at 15:01

Same question like with new SS vocalist - who cares?


I thought their latest album was the best album metalcore's ever put out. A highly enjoyable album. If the new material is as good or better than the last, I'll be a happy man.
Uldreth - 05.10.2013 at 17:52  
Written by Electes on 05.10.2013 at 17:46

Written by Guest on 05.10.2013 at 15:01

Same question like with new SS vocalist - who cares?


I thought their latest album was the best album metalcore's ever put out. A highly enjoyable album. If the new material is as good or better than the last, I'll be a happy man.

Do you know their old albums?

I never listened to their last but I did to Say Hello To Tragedy and whilst its an enjoyable album I find they went down the route of "generic metalcore" quite much. Their earlier albums are stylistically more unique I'd say, closer to what Heaven Shall Burn and Neaera played at the time.
Electes - 05.10.2013 at 19:02  
Written by Uldreth on 05.10.2013 at 17:52

Written by Electes on 05.10.2013 at 17:46

Written by Guest on 05.10.2013 at 15:01

Same question like with new SS vocalist - who cares?


I thought their latest album was the best album metalcore's ever put out. A highly enjoyable album. If the new material is as good or better than the last, I'll be a happy man.

Do you know their old albums?

I never listened to their last but I did to Say Hello To Tragedy and whilst its an enjoyable album I find they went down the route of "generic metalcore" quite much. Their earlier albums are stylistically more unique I'd say, closer to what Heaven Shall Burn and Neaera played at the time.


You should definitely listen to I Am Nemesis. It's not like their old stuff, but I think why I like it is that the album has an overall feel to it, recurring notes, etc. Plus, the production is remarkably thick, unlike a lot of metalcore records these days.
Uldreth - 05.10.2013 at 19:23  
Written by Electes on 05.10.2013 at 19:02


You should definitely listen to I Am Nemesis. It's not like their old stuff, but I think why I like it is that the album has an overall feel to it, recurring notes, etc. Plus, the production is remarkably thick, unlike a lot of metalcore records these days.

Sure I'll check it out.
Ozman - 06.10.2013 at 13:37  
Written by Guest on 05.10.2013 at 15:01

Same question like with new SS vocalist - who cares?



you, apparently, otherwise you wouldn't ask the question and just ignore the news item.

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