14:23 - Ilham That's cuz you dunno how to analyse stuff in DEPTH Joe, ur cancer. U know... cancer.
14:18 - Ilham Yeah they all talk about it as if it's the equivalent of emptying an ak47 mag into the head of your baby. But I have a shoddy electrical panel in this place and some outlets aren't connected to the ground, so I get jolted often.
14:16 - !J.O.O.E.! Just realised I basically repeated what Ilham just said.
14:14 - !J.O.O.E.! Just don't wear socks and build it on a carpet.
14:12 - !J.O.O.E.! I think risk of damaging it from static is pretty unlikely (seems like a horror story you keep reading about but never really happens). If you touch the metal housing in the case every so often it discharges it, supposedly.
14:09 - Ilham There are so many tutos now that it would be a pity to pass on an opportunity to learn so much about how hardware actually works.
14:07 - Dima We'll see. If i'm in no rush/have free time i'll do it myself.
Iron Maiden's last album was The Final Frontier released back in 2010. But the band's next album could be in the works. In a Christmas card sent out to members of their fan club, and signed by the band members, the legendary heavy metallers hinted that a new studio album is looming on the horizon. The card features the band's mascot Eddie emerging from the studio along with a sign saying "Uroton 51." Some fans have interpreted the message "Uroton 51" to mean "On Tour 15".
Good things come to those who wait, they say. Well, in the case of proggers Riverside, you didn't have to wait that long. The band has been working on new material and will be entering the studio in March 2015. So, the successor of Shrine Of New Generation Slaves and the band's 6th album is in the works! Furthermore, the band has just been confirmed for next year's 10th anniversary edition of Night Of The Prog Festival at Loreley Amphitheater in Germany. They are in good company with Haken, Beardfish, Lazuli and more.
High On Fire are about to enter the recording studio to track their new album. The sludge/stoner masters will finally release the follow-up to De Vermis Mysteriis in 2015 via eOne Music. They have also announced winter 2015 tour dates. All you can do now is wait and hope that High On Fire deliver the goods once again.
Cattle Decapitation have been hard at work preparing new material and are finally ready to begin recording the follow-up to Monolith Of Inhumanity. The San Diego deathgrinders will be returning to Dave Otero's Flatline Audio studio in Colorado. Otero was at the helm for both of the band's previous albums. Also, the group is giving fans one final chance to see them live, and to hear new songs, before they begin to track their upcoming album with some shows in January. Sounds like a good opportunity to check out the new material.
British heavy metal veterans Saxon will enter the studio in early 2015 to begin recording the follow-up to 2013's Sacrifice for a late summer release. In a recent interview, singer Biff Byford announced that the new album is planned to be released around August or September next year.
Megadeth's frontman Dave Mustaine has recently revealed that the band is gearing up to start recording the follow-up to 2013's Super Collider album. Speaking to the "Classic Rock Magazine Show", at Classic Rock Roll Of Honour event at the Avalon in Hollywood, California, Mustaine said: "We're commencing the writing process right now and we're going to start [recording] in January of next year. We'll be touring in August with a very huge English metal band in the States and South America, and we're hoping to get our record out sometime in the summer."
Good news arrive from the Canadian death metallers Kataklysm camp. The group will enter the studio next January to record the follow-up to their critically acclaimed Waiting For The End To Come album. You can expect the new yet untitled album to be released in the summer of 2015 through Nuclear Blast Records. Producer Andy Sneap will be mixing and mastering the record.
Doom metallers My Dying Bride are back in the studio to record their 12th full studio album at Academy Studios in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire while the mix and some final edits will take place at Futureworks in Manchester. So, the successor of A Map Of All Our Failures is being conjured up as we speak. The new album is also the first since former guitarist Calvin Robertshaw came back to the band. What are your expectations for the band's next album?
The Silverblack have just released an extensive preview of their forthcoming debut album, and the trailer can be seen here below. This band is a brand new industrial metal project formed by vocalist Claudio Ravinale (known for being the voice of Disarmonia Mundi, The Stranded and 5 Star Grave), the multi-instrumentalist and producer Alessio Nero Argento and multi-instrumentalist Zombie Sam.
After returning from a hiatus two years ago, brutal death metal machine Skinless is now in the studio to record their long awaited new album. This will be their first new album in over eight years and follow-up to Trample The Weak, Hurdle The Dead. The album is planned for a Spring 2015 release via Relapse Records with tentative song titles including "Serpenticide", "Skinless", and "The Beast Smells Blood".
Marduk fans have something to be excited about! While you had to wait a few years for the follow-up to Serpent Sermon, the good news is that the Swedish black metal band is working on their next album. Marduk are in the studio at the moment to record their new album called Frontschwein which is planned to be released in January 2015 through Century Media Records. And that is all we know so far but you can mark your calendars and start anticipating it.
It's a sad day for Gwydion fans. The Portuguese folk metallers have decided to "take an indefinite leave of absence." Their last album Veteran, which was nominated for Best Folk / Pagan / Viking Metal Album on Metal Storm Awards 2013, could well be their swansong. The band started back in 1995 and released three albums in total. They could disband in the future but for now, it's just a break.
Cradle Of Filth, who are about to head off to the wilds of Russia for an extensive tour crusade throughout October (see dates below), confirm November 24th as the date they will be entering the studio to start recording their new album, with a release date tentatively etched for the beginning of June 2015, and raw working title of Hammer Of The Witches.
British heavy metal veterans Tank are currently writing and rehearsing material for the follow-up to their 2012 album, War Nation. The band is scheduled to enter the studio in November to begin recording the new record for a tentative early February release. Joining guitarists Mick Tucker and Cliff Evans on the new album will be former DragonForce frontman ZP Theart, who has been a member of Tank's touring lineup for the past two years. And also new recruits Bobby Schottkowski, formerly of Sodom, on drums, and current Blind Guardian member Barend Courbois on bass.
Earlier this year, Enslaved began working on their next album after they released RIITIIR back in 2012. The thirteenth studio installment by the Norway's progressive extreme metallers is now underway as the recording process has started. What do you expect from the new album?