21:47 - Zaphod And I prefer any lyrics to Dutch lyrics :P But really, [link] These guys can be singing about toasters for all I care, as long as I don't know I'm good.
21:47 - Hex_Omega But generally you are right and I will probably remove few albums on my next update.
21:45 - Hex_Omega Haha demo of Slipknot is really underrated and unknown to be honest.
21:44 - E.Mols86 I'd also remove Elysian Blaze, Ixion (yes I love this but it's pretty popular), Slipknot (avantgarde? WTF?! Anyway, this band is EXTREMELY popular, so it's ridiculous to have it on the list). Good to see Sadness on there.
21:43 - Syk not too many actually know about Exumer these days, only those whom really delve deep into thrash/history
21:40 - Zaphod I prefer good lyrics in a language that I don't understand to dumb lyrics in a language I do understand.
21:38 - E.Mols86 Hex, thanks, I'll check it out. Going through your list again and I'd suggest you remove Evoken (49 votes), Exumer (seriously? classic thrash debut right here), Forgotten Tomb (56 votes, very well-known), Heavenwood....
Irish Doom Metal outfit Mourning Beloveth have updated their website with the following update:
"Again some time has passed since the previous update and we have been busy writing the new album. We are set to record in Studio E in Germany from October 1st to 14th, bring it home and then master it. Four songs complete at the moment and 3 more in the pipeline, titles include 'The Burning Man', 'Primeval Rush' and 'The Sickness'. Another labyrinthine journey through some torturous doom as the album should have a running time over an hour.
We have had the pictures from Bamberg up for some time but no report and believe me it is probably better we didn't report...everything was great for the gig, sold out venue, some great support bands and loads of beer..thats where the problem started for one or two members, suffice to say we didn't cover ourselves in glory and so we agreed with the organisers to make up for our drunken performance by playing at this years Way of Darkness festival on the 5th and 6th of October www.wod-festival.de. We should be on stage mid afternoon on Saturday and we will save the drunkenness for afterwards. December should see us play Greece again but we are not cpnfirmed yet so watch this space. As regards touring plans are forming through our booking agent and previous bass player, Adrian through Lugga Productions www.luggamusic.com and we should be heading out for a week at the end of March.