10:48 - Redn1ght I know. But it was pretty recent and was similar to that to Babadook premise. Darth
10:37 - Darth Satanious I get what you mean, but since I didnt like Insidious at all I had to fight the comparison. :P The protect your family from evil goes way older than Insidious though. Can't attribute a single original thing to that film.
10:33 - Redn1ght Oh cool. But meant more on the set up. Some monster is after your kid, what do you do?
10:24 - Darth Satanious Man, I didn't like Insidious at all, The plot of Babadook is more about depression and the relationship of a mother and problematic son after dealing with tragedy, plastered with something obscure (???)
10:17 - Redn1ght Darth, Babadook seems kinda like Incidious (plot wise.) But the trailer made it a bit freaky. Might check it out sometime.
Lock Up have some good and bad news to share. First of all, they announced an important line-up change. Their vocalist since 2002, Tomas "Tompa" Lindberg of At The Gates fame, has left the band due to "schedule/logistic issues". However, the band has recruited Kevin Sharp (Brutal Truth, Primate, Venomous Concept). The good news is that they will enter the studio in the coming months to record the follow-up album to Necropolis Transparent. The band is currently busy in writing mode and currently seeking a new label home and hope for an early summer release of the as yet untitled new album.
Grindcore supergroup Lock Up will undergo a brief European club tour in February of 2013 in support of their latest album Necropolis Transparent, released under Nuclear Blast Records. The tour, tentatively named Infiltrate And Destroy Europe 2013, will see them play a 10 date up-close-and-personal club tour which takes the band through such territories as U.K., France, Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Austria and Belgium.
Necropolis Transparent, the new upcoming album from death-grind super group Lock Up, is now available for streaming in its entirety over at AOL Music.
The album was recorded in November-December 2010 at HVR Studios in Ipswich, United Kingdom and was mixed in January.
Necropolis Transparent was released in Europe on July 1st and will be released in North America tomorrow, July 12th, through Nuclear Blast Records. More album details were previously reported over here.
"'The Embodiment Of Paradox And Chaos", a brand new song from UK metallers Lock Up, is currently streaming on band's Facebook page.
"'The Embodiment Of Paradox And Chaos" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled Necropolis Transparent, which will be released on July 1st in Europe, and July 12th in North America via Nuclear Blast Records as a regular CD, black vinyl and transparent vinyl. More details about Necropolis Transparent were previously reported over here.
Necropolis Transparent, the new upcoming album of UK grinders Lock Up, will feature guest appearances from Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy, Pain) and Jeff Walker (Carcass, Brujeria). Necropolis Transparent will be released in Europe on July 1st and in North America on July 12th through Nuclear Blast Records.
Comments bassist Shane Embury: "I always wanted Peter on the third album since he was on the first record we did. It made sense from a weird trilogy aspect to get him on the record. His tones compliment Tomas perfectly as well. I would have loved to have had Peter sing on more of the songs, but time was short as Peter was heavily involved with his new Pain record. The songs he did sing on though made them extra special.
The Embodiment Of Paradox And Chaos is the title of third studio album by grindcore "supergroup" Lock Up. The new album, tentatively due this spring via a yet to be determined record label, was recorded at the end of the last year at HVR Studios in Ipswich, UK and is scheduled to be mixed later this month.
A new track, "Life Of Devastation", set to appear on an upcoming split seven-inch single with Misery Index, can be streamed at the band's MySpace.
The contemporary Lock Up line-up looks as follows:
Shane Embury (Napalm Death, Brujeria, Venomous Concept) - bass
Nicholas Barker (ex-Cradle Of Filth, ex-Dimmu Borgir, Benediction) - drums
Tomas Lindberg (At The Gates, ex-Nightrage, The Great Deceiver) - vocals