19:59 - Jaeryd But yeah, there's nothing I'd change about the sound/production on The Desanctification or Cosmosophy.
19:57 - Jaeryd I also prefer the sound of TWWTG and MoRT, but the 777s had a distinctive sound that I think worked for the trilogy, and did exactly what it was supposed to do. I might've preferred Sect(s) to have a different sound, though...
19:53 - !J.O.O.E.! I feel like both sides are let down by sound and production issues. A recurring motif ever since the 777s (The Libers aside; they sound awesome)
19:46 - 3rdWorld What? Its no way that good but quite decent. But the Aevangelist side just sucks. I can't stand it at all.
18:55 - Apothecary Will investigate more. And damn, the BAN side of their new split is really turning about to be the pleasant surprise of the year for me. Might be just me, but I really think it's their best since Liber III, at least
Savannah sludge metallers Kylesa have informed that they will be taking a break from touring and writing new songs in the foreseeable future. While they released the lackluster album Exhausting Fire last year, they are now going on indefinite hiatus. Maybe the fire will come back again at some point.
Kylesa have premiered online the first video off Exhausting Fire, their newest album released by Season Of Mist. The footage for the "Lost And Confused" video was shot by Skip Terpstra. You can watch how the video turned out at this location (courtesy of Bloody-Disgusting) or below.
A few weeks from now, Kylesa will release their new record, Exhausting Fire via Season of Mist. But you can already devour the entire piece of music before its official release since the band has shared it all online for streaming. The Savannah sludge purveyors reach their seventh album with Exhausting Fire which you can listen to here or over here. How would you rate their new album?
A new Kylesa track? Yes please! The Savannah unit is currently streaming the soaring tune "Shaping The Southern Sky", the second new track off their anticipated, forthcoming album Exhausting Fire. Following "Lost And Confused", Kylesa dive into more psychedelic waters with "Shaping The Southern Sky". Don't miss it below!
Kylesa fans rejoice because the band has just announced their new album! We already knew that they were working on a follow-up to Ultraviolet but now we know more. Their new full-length is called Exhausting Fire and drops via Season Of Mist on October 2nd. The Savannah, Georgia band has also premiered the new song "Lost And Confused". Listen to the heavy sludgy track here or below. You know you want to.
New music from Kylesa is always a good thing, right? Well, if you are a fan, you will be pleased to know that the Savannah sludge metallers are currently in the studio working on new material. It seems like the follow-up to Ultraviolet (2013) is taking shape. So far, nothing else has been revealed about the album, but at least we know that they are recording it.
Here is another great festival coming to California. After the California Deathfest 2015 was announced, now it's time for Psycho California Festival 2015 which will happen at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California, from May 15th-17th, 2015. Why should you go? Well, for starters, Kylesa, Om, Russian Circles, Earth, Eyehategod, Pallbearer, Subrosa, to name just a few, are performing. And that is just the beginning folks!
After touring Europe this January/February, Americans Kylesa already announced new dates that will cover territories of the "old continent". This tour will be executed in the summer, and will also include some festival appearances, such as Hellfest and Graspop Metal Meeting. Supporting Kylesa on the road will be Lazer/Wulf.
Savannah metallers Kylesa have a new video for us today for the mellow track "Low Tide" off their latest album Ultraviolet. It is also their second video clip released from the album. This one was directed by Brodie Rush again and you can watch it right now. Do you think it fits the song?
Next January, riff masters Kylesa will be back in Europe touring in support of this year's new album Ultraviolet. The American gang will hit the road on January 10th, 2014 and will travel through Europe for a month. See dates and cities below. Additionally, the tour will showcase two of the bands on their label Retrofuturist Records: Sierra and Jagged Vision.
US sludge metal masters Kylesa have recently confirmed a set of tour dates through United States for this coming October. Joining them on the road will be Pinkish Black and Sierra. Kylesa will be touring in support of their latest new product, Ultraviolet, which was released on May 24th, 2013 through Season Of Mist. You can check out all the dates below the official tour flyer.
Savannah sludge metallers Kylesa have presented us today with a brand new video. But this is not your typical performance video, it is an animated video for the lead single "Unspoken" from their most recent output Ultraviolet, which is still fresh on our minds. Directed by Brodie Rush and with art by Tyson Schroeder, enter the universe of Kylesa through the video below.
Just one week away from the official release of Ultraviolet, the time has come to listen to the album which is available in full at this location. After releasing most recently Static Tensions and Spiral Shadow in quick succession, fans have come to expect great things from Kylesa. Immerse yourself in Ultraviolet and let us know how was the experience.
Kylesa aren't holding back from sharing songs from the follow up to Spiral Shadow and have debuted online yet another new song from their upcoming anticipated new album Ultraviolet which comes out this month. This time the chosen song was "We're Taking This" and you can stream it on the video located below.
Sludge metallers Kylesa are releasing their long awaited album Ultraviolet next month and have already released two previous new songs before. Now the band is streaming the song "Vulture's Landing" on the video located below. Enjoy.