00:10 - Severian93 Lord of the Game was a great song
22:47 - Apothecary Exmilitary is probably the most grounded in hip hop, No Love Deep Web and Government Plates are heavily electronic, and the new double album, The Powers That B, gets really punky
22:47 - Apothecary Well they're really a blend of hip hop, electronica, rock, punk, and more, and each album kinda leans more towards one than the others. Depending on what you were listening to, something could click more with you than other stuff
22:33 - musclassia Funny, just listened to Death Grips for the first time last night - they were alright although it did get slightly annoying after a bit. I like Get Got
21:20 - Bad English if people lik salbum he will buy even if its leaked
21:17 - Risto At least Amorphis got further than Iron Maiden, who are releasing on the same day
21:15 - Redn1ght Sad part is people are not gonna learn not to do that. :P
British extreme metallers Anaal Nathrakh will release their fourth full-length album "Hell Is Empty, And All The Devils Are Here", on October 28 via the band's own record label, Feto Records.
The CD will reportedly include guest vocals from Circle Of Dead Children's Josama Bin Horvath and Dirty Von Donovan from Exploder, as well as Shane Embury (Napalm Death) on bass. Songtitles set to appear on the album include "Castigation And Betrayal" and "The Final Absolution".
Instrumentalist Mick Kenney had this to say regarding the direction of the material, "These songs are gonna blow everything we've ever done in the past and will make you want to actually smash your own face in."