18:02 - !J.O.O.E.! Not really my thing, but this might appeal to prog fans: [link] interesting mix of prog, djent, post-rock, as well as some symphonic and electronic elements. Vox have that awkward English pronunciation though.
07:03 - no one because he's leaking too much inside information
06:54 - M C Vice Because his boss found out he's on here all day insted of working?
04:40 - no one he nuked just about all of his posts? maybe his government job was at risk
02:44 - Bad English Engalnd 13-33 Australia, colonny won . and Engalnd is 1th nation in history what dont as host qualliy to quarters lol
02:14 - Maco Hmm I didn't know I can add friends in MS.
02:06 - !J.O.O.E.! He's still commenting so I'm guessing a fresh start more than leaving.
Death metallers Defeated Sanity have recently revealed that they are scheduled to record a new album at the end of the year, and expect the album to come out in summer of 2015. Although, the most bizarre part of this release is that it's going to be a split album, can you guess with whom? That's right, Defeated Sanity are going to record a split album with themselves!
In celebration of its release via Willowtip Records, Lambgoat is currently streaming Passages Into Deformity from German brutal death metal tyrants Defeated Sanity in its entirety. You can check out the entire album right here.
Passages Into Deformity, the new Defeated Sanity album will see the light of day on February 5th, 2013 through Willowtip Records. While you wait, check out another brand new song called "Naraka" available for streaming here. "Verblendung", the first song released, is still streaming at this location.
German death metal behemoths Defeated Sanity will unleash Passages Into Deformity on February 5th, 2013 through Willowtip Records, the nine-track follow-up to 2010's Chapters Of Repugnance will come with a bonus DVD featuring making-of clips, interviews with the band, and performance videos. The band recently released the new song "Verblendung" and you can listen to it below.
Defeated Sanity are preparing to spread more death metal with the release of their new full-length record to be titled Passages Into Deformity. You don't have to wait much longer as the band has completed work on the album. The follow-up to 2010's Chapters Of Repugnance is scheduled for release on February 5th, 2013 via Willowtip Records.
Defeated Sanity will play their last shows with current vocalist AJ Magana (ex-Disgorge) in May of this year. Afterwards the band will replace him with Konstantin Lühring (ex-Despondency).
The band explains: "We will play a small US tour around Maryland Deathfest in May 2011. Expect these shows to be the final ones with AJ Magana on vocals. The dates will be released soon. We enjoyed working with AJ as he is an awesome musician who inspired us with his voice but also a great person in general. Though, everyone of us knows this collaboration is tough to be kept alive over the distance we're living away from each other, making this decision inevitable. So props to AJ for his contribution to Defeated Sanity. We wish him all the best for the future in both his musical and personal activities!
Wolfgang Teske, founding member and former guitarist of German technical brutal death metal outfit Defeated Sanity, has passed away yesterday, September 12th. This was confirmed by his son, Defeated Sanity's drummer, Lille Gruber, on MySpace. Teske was 57 years old.
German metallers Defeated Sanity have issued the following update:
"As recently announced we just signed a deal with Willowtip Records. They will release our new album "Chapters Of Repugnance" which we are going to record this July/August at the new Soundforge Studio in Berlin. More info about the new album can be read here.
We are in talks with possible singers but you can still apply by writing us and singing over instrumental tracks which we will send you then. Please only apply if you are from germany or at least middle europe except when you are willing to relocate.
Last but not least we uploaded 2 rehearsal videos which can be watched here and here."