19:34 - !J.O.O.E.! They seem to polarise opinion. Lots of the reviews on RYM and such consider them the ultimate hipster band.
19:18 - Karlabos Yeah, "great stuff" is what Death Grips is about. I don't understand people not understanding them =p
19:16 - !J.O.O.E.! The only stuff of theirs I know is this [link] great stuff.
19:13 - Mechaniacal Death Grips is pure trash so I really don't get the like. "They're baaaaaack" Who actually gives a fuck? Seems like an atrocious meme band people follow just for the sake of knowing a meme.
18:42 - Karlabos I thought Death Grips had disbanded. Fortunately not. Out of context seems a pretty weak track though...
18:32 - Neachy I don't understand what people like about Death Grips
In Mourning fans have waited a while to hear new updates regarding the new album the band has been working on. Today we finally have news about the next chapter of the band. Sweden's melodic death/progressive metal masters are currently in the studio working hard on the successor to their 2012 much-lauded offering, The Weight Of Oceans. After the release of that album, the band parted ways with founding drummer Christian Netzell in 2014 to later be joined by former Katatonia drummer Daniel Liljekvist.
At the beginning of the year, In Mourningannounced the departure of drummer Christian Netzell, who had been with the band since the beginning. A few days ago, the Swedes introduced the new member of the band: their new drummer is Mattias Bender. He is their new full time drummer from now on. Mattias joined the group for the Trondheim Metal Fest and will be joining them as well to continue work on the new album.
Just three months after announcing that they're back in the game, Swedish prog/death metallers In Mourning have parted ways with founding member and drummer Christian Netzell. The reason for this sad departure was stated to be "mainly due to musical differences" and there are no hard feelings whatsoever. Mattias Bender will replace Christian as a stand-in drummer for the upcoming live shows.
Czech Republic is getting ready for another Brutal Assault next summer and the first few bands have been announced. The latest batch of bands includes one comeback. 30 years since their establishment, 17 years since their last appearance at the BA, the only show this year, Krabathor is back. Brutal Assault confirms the legendary death metal band and the other confirmed acts are British metalcore band Bring Me The Horizon and Swedish progressive death metal band In Mourning.
Two days after sharing a mysterious photo that seemingly reveals pre-production material on their Facebook page, the Swedish prog/melodic death metallers In Mourning officially announced that they're working on a new album. According to their statement, the band had been on hold for almost a year due to "family issues" but now they're back in full force.
"A Vow To Conquer The Ocean", a brand new video from Swedish progressive melodic death metallers In Mourning has premiered and is now available for viewing below. It was directed by Mats Nilsson for Dirty Productions. The song is taken from the band's newly released third album The Weight Of Oceans, out via Spinefarm Records.
The Weight Of Oceans, the upcoming new album from Swedish progressive melodic death metallers In Mourning is currently streaming online in its entirety at this location. The album will be streaming until its release on April 18th through Spinefarm Records. More album details were previously reported here.
Swedish progressive melodic death metallers In Mourning have made available online a preview from their forthcoming new album entitled The Weight Of Oceans, which will be released on April 18th through Spinefarm Records. You can listen to it below. More album details were previously reported here.
Swedish progressive melodic death metallers In Mourning have revealed via Facebook the artwork, release date and tracklist of their upcoming album The Weight Of Oceans. The album is their third, it is scheduled to be released on April 18th and was recorded during late 2011 in the Abyss and Black Lounge studios in Sweden, again together with engineer Jonas Kjellgren. The cover art was created by Kristian Wåhlin.
Swedish metallers In Mourning have revealed the title of their upcoming new album: The Weight Of Oceans will be the follow-up to 2010's Monolith. It was also announced that the album will be issued next year by Spinefarm Records.
The band posted on their Facebook page: "We are proud to announce that our new record will be entitled The Weight Of Oceans and that it will be released in 2012 by Spinefarm Records."
A preview for the entire Monolith album, the upcoming new offering by In Mourning is available at this location. The album will be unleashed in Europe 25th of January, and in North American territories 16th of February.
The mini-site for Monolith is now launched and can be accessed at this location. Fans can finally hear the new album in its entirety, with high-quality streaming. The mini-site also includes essential information such as album tracklisting, band biography and as well as some photos and videos taken from the Monolith recording sessions.
Monolith cover art] tracklist:
01. For You To Know
03. The Poet And The Painter Of Souls
04. The Smoke
05. A Shade Of Plague
06. With You Came Silence
Swedish Melancholic metallers In Mourning have set the second full-length album title as Monolith.
An approximate release date of February 2010 has been set, but a further announcement will be made on the finalised street date.
Utilising the artistic services of the celebrated introspect artist Travis Smith (Nevermore, Opeth, King Diamond, Amorphis, etc), this exquisite yet haunting cover artwork for Monolith is an immaculate fit to this follow-up album.
Monolith was recorded, mixed and mastered at Black Lounge Studio, Sweden (Carnal Forge, Scar Symmetry, Steel Attack, etc) once again with Scar Symmetry axe-man / engineer Jonas Kjellgren.
Pulverised Records has issued the following update:
"Touted as one of the best newcomers in the Swedish Metal scene, we are very ecstatic to announce that melancholic metallers In Mourning will sign a 2-album deal with Pulverised Records. The band has commenced work on their still-untitled second album and will once again enter Black Lounge Studio (Scar Symmetry, Carnal Forge, Steel Attack) with producer/engineer Jonas Kjellgren taking care of all production duties.
In Mourning's 2008 debut album "Shrouded Divine" naturally gained a massive amount of attention and also very positive responses worldwide with their brand of heart-wrenching melodic passages entwined with progressive elements but yet still retaining all the brutality of Death Metal aggression."
In Mourning have booked the studio for the recording of their next album:
"The 22nd of August we will begin the recording of the follow-up to our debutalbum, "Shrouded Divine". Once again we will enter The Black Lounge Studios with Jonas Kjellgren. So until the recording sessions beging we will focus hard on finishing up the material for our new album. More info will follow during the writing process so keep checking back for updates."