07:37 - Lit. Ah, the fabled Vampire Squid. The Nosferatu of the deep.
07:24 - LeKiwi Just wrote the least informative mini-review on my list - the band is Vampire Squid. [link]
06:35 - Fearmeister Aw shit, that sucks. I got in like, 5 mins before the show started.
06:34 - MetalDoomMaster Drove 11 hours there and back to see it too haha. At least now I know for next time I guess.
06:32 - MetalDoomMaster I'm a fucking retard. I was staying with a friend in Merrillville and neither of us knew it was in a different time zone even though it was in the same state, so we missed the first hour of the show. Just saw the last Aeon song.
06:30 - Fearmeister Yea, it was a cool show. I love how the guy next to me was like 'WHOA' when Tribulation was playing :P
06:29 - MetalDoomMaster I don't know how I didn't see that haha. That guy completely ruined the vibe of the last song. He was up front arguing with the guards the whole time. That was my first time in Indy. Nice city.
Fear Factory members Christian Olde Wolbers (guitar) and Raymond Herrera (drums) are proud to announce the debut album of their new group, Arkaea. The band also features one of metal's hungriest young singers, Jon Howard (Threat Signal).
Arkaea has just finished up preproduction and are scheduled to enter the studio to begin recording.
The band's yet untitled album is due out fall 2008 on Koch Records and plans for touring are under way in support of the record.
Geez... in how many bands are FF going to break, anyway? Divine Heresy already sounds like FF-II... I'll have to wait 'til I get home to listen to Arkaea's MySpace to say something about what they play, but I sure wish it's not FF-III.
I love FF, but too many clones are a bad thing.