01:33 - psykometal Sorry, I'm all digital. I don't waste my time or money on such outdated tech. :P
01:31 - huascaman On the subject of bad black metal bands... (V) [link] (V)
00:38 - BoxCar Willy Anyone know any good cassette labels in the US or Canada?
00:06 - Jaeryd17 Oh, and responding to some of the posts after mine 10 pages back, Opeth played 5 songs with death growls in the concert. And they sounded pretty good, better than Royal Albert Hall, but he didn't (or couldn't) do long growls.
"House Of The Setting Sun", the new video from Swedish metallers Lake Of Tears, can be viewed at this location. The clip features live footage filmed during the live shows in Beijing, Shengyang, Dalian and Shanghai on the Xoundforce China tour in January 2012.
"House Of The Setting Sun" comes off the band's latest album, entitled Illwill, which was released on April 2011 via AFM Records.
Illwill, the new album from Swedish gothic metallers Lake Of Tears, will be released on April 29th through AFMRecords.
Illwill will be made available on CD, limited edition digipak and limited 180 gr. vinyl (with different cover artwork). The digipak will contain the following live bonus tracks recorded at the Gloria Club in Helsinki, Finland:
11. As Daylight Yields (live)
12. Demon you/Lily Anne (live)
13. Crazyman (live)
One of the new tracks, called "U.N.S.A.N.E.", was already made available for free download over at this location.
For the first time ever Lake Of Tears will play a show in Lebanon, at the Tantra Kaslik in Beirut on January 9, 2009. Opening bands are Armory, Postmortem (LBN) and Element 26. Tickets are on sale at Cheers Club (Broumana) and Cherry's Pub (Anthelias). The whole event will be broadcasted on LebaneseBands.com.
Another new song 'Island Earth' from the upcoming album "Moons And Mushrooms" is now available on Lake Of Tears MySpace's page here.
You can also find on the same link another song 'Last Purple Sky' from "Moons And Mushrooms" which was released previously.
The 7th album from Lake of Tears, "Moons and Mushrooms" was released on April 22. The album comes in two editions: one standard jewel case and one limited edition digipack with the bonus track "Is There A Better Way".
The first song 'Last Purple Sky' from the upcoming album "Moons And Mushrooms" is now available on Lake Of Tears MySpace's page at this location.
The album will be released April 22nd, 2007 in two versions - a normal version with 8 tracks and a limited edition. The limited edition digipack will contain the Status Quo cover 'Is There A Better Way' as a bonus track - played with the energy of a punk rock song.
"Moons And Mushrooms" tracklist:
01. Last Purple Sky
02. You Better Breathe While There's Still Time
03. Waiting Counting
04. Like A Leaf
05. Children Of The Grey
06. Head On Phantom
07. Island Earth
08. Planet Of The Penguins
09. Is There a Better Way (Limited edition bonus track)
"Finally the new site is online... with an new design and quite a lot of new content: live-pictures, member profiles, newsletter, compilations and more. More stuff will be added gradually and hopefully we'll have some autumn/winter live dates to present soon too..."
The guys are in the middle of the recording and has so far recorded all the drums, bass and most of the rythm guitars. The basic vocals on five tracks is also finished, as well as the keyboards on some of the tracks. Host of the recording this time is Studio Mega, Sweden (the Crown, Sator, The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Beseech etc). The mastering is set to April 30!
Sweden's LAKE OF TEARS will enter the studio on Friday, February 13 to begin recording the follow-up to 2002's "The Neonai", entitled "Black Brick Road". "The album cover will be done by the brilliant artist Kristian Wåhlin, who painted all of the previous LAKE OF TEARS covers except 'Forever Autumn'," according to a post on the band's web site. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Greymen", "Black Brick Road", "Making Evenings", "Crazyman" and "A Trip With The Moon".
LAKE OF TEARS have scheduled the following summer 2004 European festival appearances: