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
Allegaeon have shared another new video! The tech death metal group has released their new album Elements Of The Infinite this year and now launches a brand new video for the tune "Threshold Of Perception". The band shot and edited the video themselves, with vocalist Ezra Haynes serving as the clip's director. Allegaeon shot it while they were in between their recent tours with Chimaira and Arsis where they ended up with some days off in Florida. Watch the final result here. Metal at the beach.
After the hilarious video for Allegaeon's new song "1.618", the tech death metallers now release a new one. The group recently completed work on a video for their song "Our Cosmic Casket" and today you can watch the video right here. Check out the video and their new song below. "Our Cosmic Casket" has been described as the most aggressive tune on their new record.
Another new song from Allegaeon's new album? Here it is! After showing us "1.618" before, the tech death metallers now showcase "Threshold Of Perception". Allegaeon's upcoming new album is called Elements Of The Infinite. Listen to the 6-minute album opener now through the Soundcloud player below. Did you enjoy that?
Allegaeon fans rejoice! Today you get to hear the first new song off their new album. The band's third album will be called Elements Of The Infinite. You can watch the band's hilarious new video for the new tune "1.618" right now here. Take a look at the cover and tracklist as well to be introduced to the new album. How about that new song?
The follow-up to Formshifter is taking shape. The tech death metallers Allegaeon have entered the studio and once again returned to Flatline Audio with producer Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Cephalic Carnage). This is the third time the band has worked with Otero, who previously worked with the band for their self-titled EP, and their Metal Blade debut, Fragments Of Form And Function. New music and art will be made available as they are finalized, and fans can keep up with the band's updates from the studio on their Facebook page.
Colorado tech death metallers Allegaeon have plenty of news to share. The group will be giving fans one last chance to see them live before they return to the studio to record their third full-length album and follow-up to Formshifter. The new tour is scheduled to begin on December 1st and concludes on December 21st, with dates throughout Texas, the west coast, and the Pacific Northwest. Additionally, Allegaeon has also announced that guitarist Michael Stancel will be joining the band full time. While in writing mode, Stancel and Allegaeon have been collaborating on new songs. So, new tour, new album and new guitarist!
Death metal horde Allegaeon has released a video for the song "A Path Disclosed", taken from their latest output Formshifter, released in May through Metal Blade. The video, which includes behind-the-scenes, as well as live footage, can now be seen below. The band recently performed at Bohemian Nights at New West Fest in Fort Collins, CO, and were the first metal band to ever be asked to perform at the festival.
"Iconic Images", a brand new song from US melodic death metallers Allegaeon is now streaming at this location. The song comes off the band's upcoming album Formshifter, penned for release on May 8th via Metal Blade Records. The album was recorded by Daniel Castleman (As I Lay Dying, Impending Doom).
Allegaeon is preparing to enter the studio to record their second album for Metal Blade, and the follow up to the highly rated Fragments Of Form And Function. This time around, the guys will be heading to San Diego to record with immensely talented up-and-coming producer, Daniel Castleman at Lambesis Studios. The band plans to record this December.