18:14 - flightoficarus86 Okay, rest of the album aside, Proboscis may be ther gem here. Stellar song.
18:08 - Zaphod I actually really like the vocals, they're one of my favorite elements in the band's music. There are multiple vocals styles being used though, which are you referring to? Or do you hate them all?
18:07 - Apothecary It won't be long now before it turns into an international fight. Egypt's pissed at em, Turkey's pissed at em, the UK and Japan are pissed at em... America by no means is the only country with a stake in this anymore
18:05 - flightoficarus86 Yes indeedy. Listening now. Musically, I like it quite a bit. The vocal style doesn't quite engage me though.
18:02 - Zaphod Wait a second. That comment was probably sparked by the new album being out. *Googles stream* *rejoices*
17:58 - Zaphod I just meant it definitely doesn't sound triggered to me. Again, I could be wrong, but it matters very little to me if they make it sound that good.
17:55 - flightoficarus86 How does that prove it? Again, I am fine with it. Proscriptor admits doing it, but he kind of needs the help given he is doing vocals too. Not to mention he is a monster on the kit regardless.
The following update was posted on Nuclear Blast Records website:
"Britannia´s symphonic War Metal heroes Bal-Sagoth and drummer Dan Mullins have officially parted ways. Mullins is replaced full time by Paul "Wak" Jackson, who also assumed kit duties for Bal-Sagoth during their two most recent live shows. Paul is also the drummer for the bands Extreme Maggot Infestation and Decimation of Truth. Bal-Sagoth released their current and highly acclaimed album "The Chthonic Chronicles" in March 2006."
Hmm well thats not very good, they only did one album with him and it was a great album
I hope this new guy can liven up the music a bit more for future - but still - that they have replaced their drummer shows that the band is still alive!
I was wondering if they were going to stop after the originally planned six albums, but now there is maybe hope for more
Superb they have parted ways with him... Actually, Chthonic Chronicles was a great album which really needed some time for me to get used to it. Also the drumming was solid, but I just felt that drums on the previous releases were done much better, esp. on the first three albums, but also with Dave Macintosh on drums (he was a bit greedy to leave for DragonForce). The band of the new drummer seems to be a pretty brutal band playing death metal... That´s better than a doom metal drummer ... So again I hope for great drums