18:48 - Zaphod The Broken Empire has three books and they're short by fantasy standards. The main character is pretty interesting as he's kind of mad. I only read the first book though, and everyone besides the main character was pretty boring.
18:48 - PocketMetal Malazan series are the most detailed and the most huge fantasy books ever written , Steven Erikson is probably my favorite author.
18:44 - Fearmeister Malazan Book of the Fallen, 12 big books. Super epic ;)
18:42 - Redn1ght I'm fine with one to three books at maximum however...
18:39 - Zaphod 7 books, yes. Pretty long indeed. I haven't really read many standalone fantasy novels, though I'm planning on reading some since I'm sick of those long series. So I can't recommend much short works.
18:26 - Redn1ght Hmm... Dark Tower seems to have a lot of books. Those kinds of series take me forever to read.
Baroness are teasing their upcoming new live EP Live At Maida Vale and have now released a live version of "Cocainium", which is currently streaming via Pitchfork here. "Cocainium" was originally released on the band's last album Yellow & Green which was not as consensual as their previous albums.
After announcing North American headlining tour dates in support of their latest album Yellow & Green, Baroness have confirmed the European leg of the 2013 headlining tour and the EP release of Live At Maida Vale on July 19th in Germany/Benelux, July 22nd in the UK/world and July 23rd in North America via Relapse Records. Royal Thunder will support the band in these European shows excluding October 3rd and 6th, and the band will return to England where they were involved in a tour bus accident last year.
Baroness have added an additional leg to their previously announced Yellow & Green North American headlining tour, with a number of Midwest and West Coast dates and support from Royal Thunder. The band has also released a candid interview clip where they share their thoughts on the Summer 2012 tour bus accident and reveal the first rehearsal footage with Nick Jost (bass) and Sebastian Thomson (drums).
Baroness have announced the first leg of a headlining North American tour which starts in May in Philadelphia. John Baizley and Pete Adams will be joined by Nick Jost (bass) and Sebastian Thomson (drums) which replace Matt Maggioni and Allen Blickle who recently left the band. Check out below the tour dates confirmed so far. This will be the first North American tour in support of Yellow & Green and also the first since the band's crash in Bath.
After a difficult moment in the band's career last year in England when they were involved in a coach crash, Baroness has lost two of its band members due to physical and psychological repercussions from the accident: drummer Allen Blickle and bassist Matt Maggioni, leaving the band with only two members. However, Baroness confirm that they have found two new musicians that will tour with the band.
Baroness' John Baizley and Pete Adams have shared an acoustic performance of "Stretchmarker". The clip, recorded in Baizley's Philadelphia art studio, marks the first performance the band members have shared since their bus accident in August.
The first music video from Baroness' latest album Yellow & Green has been released and can be seen exclusively here. The six-minute clip for "Take My Bones Away" was filmed by director Jimmy Hubbard during the band's recent tour with Meshuggah. Yellow & Green hit stores on July 17th through Relapse Records.
Yellow & Green, the third and new opus from US metallers Baroness is currently streaming in its entirety over at NPR. The double album produced by John Congleton will only be released on July 17th via Relapse Records but you have the chance to listen to the 18 tracks now. More album details were previously reported here.
"Eula", a brand new song from American sludge metallers Baroness has premiered exclusively and is now available for streaming at this location. This one is the closing track off the first disc from the band's upcoming double album Yellow & Green, set for release on July 17th via Relapse Records.
"March To The Sea", a new song from US sludge metal quartet Baroness is now available for your streaming pleasure below. The song comes off the band's new double album Yellow & Green, set for release on July 17th via Relapse Records. The single March To The Sea is now available on iTunes. More album details, including the tracklist and artwork, were previously reported here.
"Take My Bones Away", the first single off Yellow & Green, the upcoming new album from US sludge metallers Baroness is now streaming online and you can listen to it below. Yellow & Green will be a double album and is set for release on July 17th through Relapse Records. More details about the album were previously reported here and here.
Georgia-based sludge metal band Baroness have recently posted a teaser for their upcoming double album, Yellow & Green. You can watch the teaser animated and edited by Nicholas Rocco on the video below. The album is set for a July 17th release through Relapse Records and pre-orders are available at this location.
US sludge band Baroness has revealed the artwork and tracklist for their upcoming album Yellow & Green, which can be seen below. The album is set to feature two discs and will be out on July 17th via Relapse Records. More album details were previously reported here.
US sludge metal outfit Baroness has set a release date for their upcoming new album titled Yellow & Green. The album is set for release on July 17th via Relapse Records. The band is currently gearing up for a spring tour with Meshuggah and Decapitated.