00:34 - Clint W. Not sure about the train scene from Joe Kidd. Unforgiven might be my favorite Eastwood western. The other Sergio Leone non-Eastwood westerns are great too.
00:18 - Erik M. I forgot about Bronco Billy, which I haven't seen. Paint Your Wagon is not really a western from the looks of it, so that one doesn't count. :P (okay, it seems I ended up talking to myself again)
00:13 - Erik M. Zaphod, I'm sure I already spammed it before but here's my Western list (IMDb): [link] All "real" Eastwood Westerns, as you can see.
00:11 - Erik M. Clint W, isn't the train scene in Joe Kidd similar... or a rip-off, of the train scene in How the West Was Won? I've only seen Joe Kidd, so I don't know yet.
00:08 - Erik M. Clint W., all the movies I just mentioned I haven't yet seen (seen nearly 40 westerns in total for the record), so I'm looking forward to them a lot. Yeah, I've heard about that train scene, which apparently is classic as well.
00:07 - Zaphod Haven't seen anything of him after Gran Torino, but that movie was indeed excellent.
00:06 - Erik M. Actually I own quite a few non-western Eastwood movies. Yeah, I'm definitely a fan, though Gran Torino was his last excellent (and interesting) movie, sadly. Wish he stopped after that one (with acting at least).
Danish death metal horde Dawn Of Demise are currently writing songs for their next full length six months after the release of their recent effort Rejoice In Vengeance. The new album will be the band's fourth effort. The band already has 8 songs ready for the next album.
"We Drink To Your Demise", the new video and opening song on the new album from Danish death metallers Dawn Of Demise is now available for viewing below. The video was created by Hans Asmussen like their previous video for "Rejoice In Vengeance". The new album and follow-up to 2010's A Force Unstoppable just came out on June 19th via Unique Leader Records.
"Rejoice In Vengeance", the new video from Danish death metal juggernaut Dawn Of Demise is now available for viewing below. It was directed by Hans Asmussen. The song is taken from the band's upcoming new album of the same title, scheduled for release on June 19th via Unique Leader Records. More album details were previously reported here.
Danish death metal band Dawn Of Demise has unveiled the cover art and tracklist for their upcoming new album entitled Rejoice In Vengeance, scheduled for release this summer via Unique Leader Records. The artwork was designed by Marco Hasmann.
Danish death metallers Dawn Of Demise have released the following statement about signing a new label deal: "We have just inked a multi-album deal with California based label Unique Leader Records. With a roster that includes bands like Decrepit Birth, Aeon, Pyrexia, Inveracity, Deeds Of Flesh, Hour Of Penance and so on, we can truly say that this choice was a 'no-brainer'. Unique Leader will release our 3rd full-length, entitled Rejoice In Vengeance worldwide this summer (exact release date will be revealed in approx. 2 weeks)... We negotiated with 4 labels and the choice was easy - Unique Leader it is!"
Danish death metallers Dawn Of Demise are currently working on their new album, which will be the follow-up to A Force Unstoppable, released in 2010.
The band issued a very short update on their Facebook page: "The next album will contain 12 songs and the running time will be 40 minutes. Tue Madsen (Halford, The Haunted, Sick Of It All, Behemoth, Kataklysm, etc.) will be engineering, mixing and mastering it, and finally the cover is being handled by Marco H (Fleshgod Apocalypse, Septycal Gorge, Vomit The Soul, etc.). So you know."
Danish death metallers Dawn Of Demise have checked in with the following announcement about recruiting a new drummer:
"The new drummer in Dawn of Demise is 19 year-old Simon Blåbjerg. He's been with us since February 1st. We had 2 full days of auditions planned, but when Simon blew us away - as the last guy on day 1 - we decided to cancel the second day of auditions. So far we have written 6-7 new tracks with Simon, which all will be on our next full-length record.