04:30 - Maco I still don't understand why some people think that metal is "dead" That's bullshit.
03:31 - Redn1ght Haven't heard of any Vedic folk.. Try looking at youtube.
03:28 - Karlabos Also do you guys know some good vedic folk metal bands. Preferably extreme vedic folk?
03:22 - Karlabos Niburta has some throat singing too: [link] What is this anyway? Hungarian folk?
02:30 - Redn1ght I just discovered those bands earlier yesterday... I need to find more bands to listen to.
02:28 - moonflash Yeah once you get to the weird part of youtube the right side bar becomes an awesome portal of discovery lol. And the one you just posted sounds equally intruiging, kinda like kung-fu hustle meets In Extremo :P
02:12 - Redn1ght There's also The Nine Treasures: [link] @Moonflash.
Montreal's technical death metal band Beneath The Massacre have scheduled studio time for the follow up record to 2007's "Mechanics Of Dysfunction." The band will enter the studio April 25 with Yannick St-Amant (Despised Icon, Neuraxis, Martyr), who also produced Beneath The Massacre's prior full-length and the "Evidence Of Inequity" EP. Afterwards, Jason Suecof (The Black Dahlia Murder, God Forbid, Chimaira) will mix the record, which is currently slated for a fall 2008 release through Prosthetic Records.
"So we just came back from our headline tour in the US. We had a blast." Beneath The Massacre vocalist Elliot Desgagnes says. "A lot of people showed up and all the bands on the package were super cool dudes. We're now working hard on the new material that will be recorded starting in April at Yannick's studio. We can't wait to enter the studio. We'll probably be posting video and blogs to let all you guys know what's going on in studio. Stay tuned."