11:54 - Overrwatcher I had to leave Knotfest after Trivium due to dehydration issues ($5 water when I'm broke), Carnifex was so fucking good. Got autographs and a busted nose. 100% worth.
11:52 - !J.O.O.E.! Everyone should stop arguing and listen to Crimson [link]
11:50 - Overrwatcher I oversimplified it quite a bit, my bad on that. Marcel is right, Opeth has growls but no other DM characteristics. DM-influenced? Definitely. Actually DM? Definitely not.
11:47 - Overrwatcher My god, people are STILL arguing about my late night Opeth post? To clarify, I meant that the average person will go "wow, death metal can be good", regardless of whether or not Opeth is DM.
10:24 - Joe Zombie Let's play a game. I'll post a track and you have to tell me if its Opeth, or Mumford & Sons.
10:08 - Mr. Strawberry Judas Priest's "Better By You, Better Than Me" is really a weird song (lyrically)
09:42 - Mr. Strawberry I'm not really sure..., but I hope no one will steal my name "Mr. Strawberry" as their band name. My name sounds really cool and smart anyway.
Deathcore band Winds Of Plague has unveiled another new song from their forthcoming album Resistance. The Americans premiered the lyric video for the track "Sewer Mouth" featuring guest vocals from Vincent Bennett of The Acacia Strain. On October 29th, Century Media Records will release the band's fifth album but you can enjoy the new tune right here.
Bassist Andrew Glover says: "'Sewer Mouth' is a song about people who try so hard and go out of their way to be inspiring when, behind their veils and fronts, they are often worse human beings than those that they are trying to inspire and mold. In your lifetime, you have without a doubt come in to contact with this type of person, always talking up a storm of bullshit. To me, this song is kind of a 'we see you, but you're not fooling anyone' message to those people."
Glover continues: "Our friend Vincent Bennett of The Acacia Strain was nice enough to help us out on this track. We knew when it was recorded that if we had something negative to say about frauds and fakes, Vincent probably had something to say, too."