16:01 - Karlabos It depends. You mean gothic like cold/wave post-punk style gothic or gothic like cradle of filth/moonspell-style gothic?
15:45 - Wukk Gothic post is probably a thing too. Kontinuum is the closest thing I can think of.
15:42 - Karlabos Isn't stoner black just like... Oranssi Pazuzu? [link]
15:16 - Apothecary Blackened stoner metal is a thing, it's just VERY rare. BM just seems to be easier to fuse with sludge and doom for some reason. But give this band a peek [link]
15:08 - Hex_Omega Btw looks like new Arsafes is coming [link] it is also a bit similar to extreme industrial
14:58 - Hex_Omega So it might be something interesting. I'm still waiting for blackened stoner metal. power sludge, gothic post metal or other crazy genres/mix of genres which are yet to be discovered.
14:52 - Apothecary I understand that, I'd recommend giving it a peek though, because it's really NOT your typical drone. Shit, flight's the same way with that genre and even he liked it
With the new opus Momentum to be released at the end of this month, progressive metallers DGM have given us the first taste of what the album has to offer. You can listen to the song "Reason" and the video the band made for it below. The songs features Symphony X's Russell Allen on guest vocals.
The Italian progressive metal band DGM have set March 26th as the release date of their new album called Momentum. The Italian label Scarlet Records will be responsible for the release of the follow-up to 2009's Frame. The band's guitarist Simone Mularoni has produced, mixed and mastered the disc at Domination Studios in San Marino, Italy. Some of the guests on the album include Russell Allen of Symphony X and Jorn Viggo Lofstad of Pagan's Mind.
Italian metallers DGM will celebrate their 15-year anniversary with the release of a "stunning" live DVD, Synthesis, due on September 24 via Scarlet Records. A trailer for Synthesis can be viewed at this location.
Recorded in April 2010 in Rome, Italy, the DVD will be made available in a special package containing extra material plus a bonus CD featuring the band's greatest hits, re-recorded specifically for this release, as well as two previously unreleased tracks, "Just Like Before" and "The Only One".
''Hereafter'', the new video from Italian metallers DGM, has been made available online. The clip was directed by Salvatore "Xavy" Perrone, who has previously worked with Empyrios, Parkway Drive, Bury Your Dead, Bring Me The Horizon and Suicide Silence.
''Hereafter'' comes off the band's latest album, entitled "Frame'', which was released on February 23, 2009 via Scarlet Records.
The following update was posted on the official website of Italian Progressive Metal band DGM:
"The Prog Power 2007 has been the last show played by Titta Tani as singer of DGM. The band decides to continue their career with another singer due to characterial differences with Titta. DGM are now looking for a new singer, if you are interested in sending material to the band you can contact the following address: info dgmsite com. DGM have now a renewed joy to work on new material for a new album."
DGM will release a new album "Different Shapes" on June 4th.
Here's the tracklist:
01. A New Life
02. The Alliance
03. Some Day, One Day
04. Unkept Promises
05. The Fallen Angel
06. Peace Of Mind
08. Signs Of Time
09. Close To You
10. A Man I'll Never Be
+ You Wa Shock!!
You can also download the first song of the album, 'A New Life' here.
DGM announced the departure of Diego Reali and Fabio Sanges from the band, "after fantastic years and beatiful experiences togheter" the band commented, continues "Diego is still a great friend of us and we're spending several time togheter but he prefered to follow some personal projects... all the best for one of the great guitar player we have ever meet and a great good luck to Fabio".
The new guitarist of DGM is now Simone Mularoni. The band are composing their sixth album.
DGM has a couple of live dates coming:
20/05/2006 COKTIE cafè - FRANCAVILLA AL MARE (CH)
21/05/2006 BLUESTAGE - LINAROLO (PV)