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Post-surgery Slayer performance: "Hate Worldwide" & "World Painted Blood"

Metal / Re: Ronnie James Dio Dead
« on: May 16, 2010, 02:19:49 PM »
No HIV in this man's veins.  Hail the legend.

By the way, for those mentioning atheism, I'm not an atheist, being an atheist implies believing in a negation (there is no God), I simply argue an indifference to God concepts, since they are equally as plausible as other absurdities, flying spaghetti monsters, pixie dusts, lunar beams and so on. I'm perfectly functional and content existing in a state of unknowing.
Same here.

Metal / [META] Dark Legions Archive news
« on: March 30, 2010, 07:38:31 AM »
Dark Legions Archive News


January 1, 2010 - Soulburn Feeding on Angels


You forgot to add Soulburn to the DLA index page (it's not listed here either).

Metal / GORGUTS: New Song Samples Available - Mar. 21, 2010
« on: March 21, 2010, 02:59:18 PM »
GORGUTS: New Song Samples Available - Mar. 21, 2010

Guitarist/vocalist Luc Lemay of the reactivated Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada-based technical death metal band GORGUTS has released the following statement to BLABBERMOUTH.NET:

"It's been almost a year since I wrote the last update for the upcoming GORGUTS record.

"First, I want to thank everyone that took the time to write us after I posted the rehearsal video with John [Longstreth, drums; DIM MAK, ORIGIN, THE RED CHORD, SKINLESS, POSSESSION, ANGELCORPSE] and I… I can't thank you enough for all the support and enthusiasm towards the band.

"Since then we've been very busy and productive working on the new record!! We got two-thirds of the music written and recorded into two pre-productions.

"I couldn't be happier with the result of this collaboration along with three of the most talented musicians in the metal scene. John, Colin [Marston, bass; DYSRHYTHMIA, BEHOLD... THE ARCTOPUS, BYLA, KRALLICE, INDRICOTHERE] and Kevin [Hufnagel, guitar; DYSRHYTHMIA, WHILE HEAVEN WEPT, BYLA, EUCLID STREET, THE FIFTH SEASON, GREY DIVISION BLUE] have been fantastic and amazingly creative with their instruments for the new compositions.

"Don't expect this record to sound like a previous GORGUTS album.

"We've also been very busy getting ready with the setlist for the upcoming show for Maryland Deathfest. It's so cool re-visit the first four album material and we'll be performing live, for the first time, some of the songs for our upcoming album!!!!

"So, here's a preview of the atmosphere you can expect on the album which we'll be recording later this year!

"Thanks again to all our fans!!

"See you on stage!!"

A "demo montage" of some of the new GORGUTS material is available for streaming using the audio player below.


GORGUTS' current lineup is as follows:

* Luc Lemay (NEGATIVA) - Vocals, Guitar

Back in November 2006, Metal Mind Productions reissued the classic GORGUTS albums "Considered Dead" and "Erosion of Sanity". Both CDs came in new digipack editions on golden discs, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology, and were limited to a hand-numbered 2,000 copies. Each title included two demo tracks as a bonus.

GORGUTS' last studio album, "From Wisdom to Hate", was released in 2001.

Luc Lemay and John Longstreth rehearsal - January 2009


March 18, 2010

World Management and Morbid Angel would like to let the fans know that rumors about Pedro Sandovaląs back surgery are in fact true. Pete has suffered for a long time with a deteriorating disc problem. He was in daily pain and needed to have this done. He has recently been treated by a Laser Back Surgery specialist in Tampa Florida. He is currently in rehabilitation and doing well.

Pete is part of our family and the bandąs History and we all wish him well and a full recovery. Unfortunately this type of injury, subsequent surgery and rehab cannot be rushed and it will take ample time for him to hopefully be back behind his drums again and out on tour with Morbid Angel.

The band is moving forward on their next recording with Tim Yeung. Currently the guys are in rehearsals in Tampa putting their finishing touches on the songs for the New album, which is slated for later this year with subsequent touring world wide.


Metal / Re: Burzum - Belus
« on: March 02, 2010, 07:05:09 AM »

Metal / Re: New DARKTHRONE ablum "Circle the Wagons" available 3/8/10
« on: February 11, 2010, 05:39:18 AM »
Based on this sample track, I'd still take this bunch of Norwegian rockers over most of the competition, probably due to being a "hiking metal punk" myself.
Me too. :)

They seem honest and love their metal, it's just that these new albums aren't about anything in particular, just a random amalgamation of riffs. If they'd settle for doing a Native American album, a Manilla Road album, a crust album or whatever instead of all this at once, they just might be back to form.
Agreed. Reading his (Fenriz') liner notes, almost every song, from newer albums, is a tribute (hommage) of some kind to various metal (and punk) bands/directions.

Metal / Re: Piano metal
« on: February 11, 2010, 02:56:38 AM »
Be sure to check out Slayer's "Seasons in the Abyss" and "South of Heaven".

Some others that I enjoyed: Black Sabbath's "Iron Man", Metallica's "Fade To Black", Motörhead's "Ace of Spades", Danzig's "I'm The One" and Slayer's "Raining Blood" ver. 1 more classical & ver. 2 more brutal.

Metal / Re: Burzum - Belus (March 2010)
« on: February 10, 2010, 10:22:19 AM »

Metal / Re: New DARKTHRONE ablum "Circle the Wagons" available 3/8/10
« on: February 09, 2010, 06:03:33 PM »

Front cover:

"Eyes burst at dawn", song from the upcoming album.

Metal / Re: Burzum - Belus (March 2010)
« on: February 09, 2010, 05:19:26 AM »
Semen Timofeev (Russia): What equipment did you use while recording "Belus" album, does it differ much from the one you used to record the début album?

Peavey "Twenty-Three" guitar
Peavey 120 Watt 6505 amp and speaker
Customized bass of high quality
Old 1975 drum kit of unknown brand
High quality mics
Digital recording

Pearley white Weston guitar of unknown type
Peavey 60 Watt amp/speaker
Marshall 10 Watt amp/speaker
Customized bass of high quality
Drum kit of unknown brand and medium quality
High quality mics
Analogue recording

Unfortunately I used a 10 Watt Marshall for one of the guitars on the début, and I should not have done that. I used an excellent Peavey 60 Watt amp/speaker for the other guitar, and I really should have used that for both guitars. I therefore used a 120 Watt Peavey 6505 for both guitars this time. (I gave away my 60 Watt Peavey during my incarceration, so I had to get a new amp.)

The biggest difference from the first to the latest album is perhaps that I spent at least some time on the production of the album...

Resurgam (Russia): You are in debt to Norwegian government for burning churches. Will the sales return from "Belus" album be used to pay this debt?

Of course not. Thanks for asking though. I really don't want anyone to believe that a single penny of my or anybody else's income from Burzum will be used to pay this debt. The only thing they will ever get from me is the finger, so to speak.

From the new interview on the ORG page... [to put it short, no drum machines on the new album and no reparations for the church burnings]

Metal / Re: Classic metal interviews
« on: December 25, 2009, 10:26:43 AM »
David Vincent on Headbanger's Ball talks about Death Metal (interview from ´91).

"...It's a very positive thing for us... as negative as our message may sound to some people, it's something that's actually very very positive in our way of looking at things, which ultimately is what matters here isn't it?"

Interzone / Re: Merry Christmas, Fags
« on: December 25, 2009, 09:31:40 AM »
My best regards to everyone here.
Ditto. :)

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