20:49 - Joe Zombie I've had tinnitus for as long as I can remember. Oh well. After a while you don't pay attention to it, though I always leave my TV on when I sleep because silence makes the ringing more noticeable.
20:48 - Zaphod Of course it does, same with speakers. A better piece of advice would be to use common sense.
20:46 - pichel about earphones depends of the volume, i think
20:18 - The RedOctober No no the release date. Oh no problem. Cool. My bad then.
20:15 - J. N. I mean, the album was added over a month ago.
20:13 - The RedOctober J.N. anytime man also I had one query: If this site has atmospheric rock and many progressive rock bands (like King Crimson) (albeit some invisible) should not Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Muse,Zappa,Cream,Hendrix ,etc be included? (inv)
Century Media Records has announced the reissue of two groundbreaking technical death metal albums, Obscura and From Wisdom To Hate, by long-running Canadian legends Gorguts on April 6th, 2015 in Europe and April 7th in North America. These 2015 editions were created in close cooperation with Luc Lemay, who reveals the entire history of these ambitious records in the accompanying liner notes and both are dedicated to the memory of former members Steeve Hurdle (R.I.P. 2012) and Steve MacDonald (R.I.P. 2002). Are you interested?
Canadian metallers Gorguts have parted ways with drummer John Longstreth, also in Origin. The decision was announced by John himself and confirmed by Luc Lemay. John Longstreth will not be joining Gorguts on the upcoming tours and will instead be focusing on the new Origin record. According to Longstreth, Patrice Hamelin will be behind the kit with Gorguts this year.
American grinders Misery Index are pleased to announce that they will be heading on a co-headlining tour across the Europe, together with their Canadian fellas Gorguts. Both bands will be performing in support of their newest releases. While Gorguts already released new album in August, this year - Colored Sands, Misery Index are still working on it, and are expecting to release it sometime in April/May.
Death metal demigods Carcass, melodeath powerhouse The Black Dahlia Murder, technical death metal heroes Gorguts and death/thrash squad Noisem will headline the Decibel Magazine Tour this upcoming March. The tour will fester across North America for 21 putrefying dates, integrating the past, present and future of extreme music. Check out the dates of this bill below.
Having recently released Colored Sands, Gorguts have announced a new headlining North American tour for December. The trek, which begins on December 11th in Burlington, Vermont, will travel through the United States and Canada before ending on December 21st in Brooklyn, New York. The tour sees tech death metallers Gorguts with special guests Origin and Nero Di Marte. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below.
Stop what you are doing because Gorguts are streaming their new album Colored Sands in its entirety at this location or below. After many years, Gorguts' new tech death metal offering is finally upon us. All you have to do is take it in.
A new Gorguts album is not something that happens very frequently and so you might as well enjoy it while it happens. And soon you will get to listen to Colored Sands, the first new album in 12 years. You can now enjoy another brand new song from the tech death metallers and it is the title track "Colored Sands". Stream it at this location. Alternatively, the seven-minute piece is available for your listening pleasure below.
One of the most anticipated albums of the year, Gorguts' comeback album Colored Sands is coming out on September 3rd in North America and August 30th in the rest of the world under Season Of Mist. The band has already given the fans its first taste with "Forgotten Arrows" but today you get to listen to another new song from the opus and that is "An Ocean Of Wisdom". You can stream the track here or here. May the wisdom be with you!
UPDATE on 20.06.2013: Shortly after revealing the album cover and tracklist for their new album Colored Sands, Gorguts have just premiered online the brand new song "Forgotten Arrows". See how the band sounds 12 years later on the lyric video below.
Canadian technical death metallers Gorguts have announced that they will release their fifth album to be titled Colored Sands on August 30th in Europe and September 3rd in North America via Season Of Mist. This is the long-awaited follow-up to From Wisdom To Hate released back in 2001 after which the band went on a hiatus.
For those who have been praying to the metal gods for a new Gorguts album, your prayers have been answered. The Canadian technical death metal band will release a new concept studio album, their fifth, later this year and have returned to Season Of Mist's roster 13 years after the release of cult classic From Wisdom To Hate.
The Death To All Tour, a tour hosted by Sweet Relief in memory of Chuck Schuldiner, has recently confirmed technical death metal acts Gorguts and Atheist as the openers of the shows. Gorguts will be appearing on the first four dates of the tour, while Atheist will perform on the remaining three.
Gorguts have cancelled their European summer festival tour.
Mainman Luc Lemay issued the following explanation to all involved festival organizers: "First, I would like to apologize for this cancellation to your event and for any problems this could encouter in the process of setting up your festival. This decision was not easy to take. After many meetings and good faith to make this situation constructive for the band I came up choosing the option of not participating to any festival this Summer.
The whole idea about Gorguts doing a European Summer festivals tour was born last year with having in mind the release of our new record for the beginning of the Summer. But believe me, we were expecting our record deal to be negotiated and agreed on before Christmas or at the beginning of 2011. But as I'm writting this letter, I was not able to sign the contract yet with our record company.
Recently reactivated Quebec-based technical death metal band Gorguts have reportedly entered the studio to start pre-production on the new album, tentatively scheduled for a summer 2011 release through a yet-to-be-determined label.
The band's current line-up consists of drummer John Longstreth (Origin, ex-Angelcorpse), bassist Colin Marston (Behold... The Arctopus, Krallice, Dysrhythmia), guitarist Kevin Hufnagel (Dysrhythmia, ex-While Heaven Wept), along longtime Gorguts vocalist/guitarist Luc Lemay.
The same Luc Lemay issued the following update: "Just a few words to let you know where we are with the songwriting of the new album. We got together at the end of January to finish up the last songs to complete the album. Colin and Kevin have contributed to the album with a song each. Amazingly well composed their songs suits the Gorguts aesthetic wonderfully.