23:29 - RavenEffect yeah I guess I like melody or at least some sort of melody in the guitars. That was what got me on mgla and plaga, and the songs have different drum parts so it's not always slow or blastbeat or w/e.
23:26 - RavenEffect @Aphotecary Bill Hicks was more than a comedian, he was a prophet of the truth. Flawless show
23:26 - Hex_Omega If you enjoy melodic/symphonic elements, this album is also quite slow [link]
23:20 - Fearmeister The band is Oremus but its a side project of Blaze of Perdition
After some teasing, Myrath have finally unleashed the highly-anticipated first video of their upcoming album, Legacy, for the track "Believer." That came as a surprise to many, as the band promised to reveal the video only two days from now. The Franco-Tunisian proggers have promised a "Prince of Persia"-esque theme for "Believer" and its video, and that is exactly what we get. Behold the final result of "Believer" yourself, and tell us what your impressions are!
Progressive metal band Myrath has reached their goal of 10,000 Euro on their campaign to finance a new music video and revealed their upcoming album title and artwork. Their new album is to be titled Legacy and will be released in February 2016, exact date yet to be confirmed. Stay tuned for more on the follow-up to Tales Of The Sands and take a look at the intricate album cover here.
After announcing a fourth album which will be delivered soon (March 2016), Tunisian progressive output Myrath have landed the very first teaser of the song "Believer". The band have recently started a fundraiser for its video. You may have your initial impressions on the new sounds below.
Tunisian progressive outfit Myrath have shed more light on their new upcoming album. The album will be released in March 2016, and to celebrate that, Myrath have started a fundraising campaign to create a music video they describe as "a mind blowing video clip as professional as Game of Thrones, as insane as Prince Of Persia." You can help this campaign at this location. Your contribution will be rewarded with perks.
Tunisian progressive metal band Myrath is finally working on a fourth album! The bass recordings are already done and now the strings recordings are done too. The band is working at Studio Event in Ariana, Tunisia. To whet your appetite, the band released a trailer and you can check it down here.
"Under Siege", a brand new making of video from Tunisian progressive metallers Myrath is now available for viewing below. The song comes off the band's latest output Tales Of The Sands, released last year through XIII Bis Records.
Drummer Morgan Berthet has officially joined Tunisian prog metal outfit Myrath on a full-time basis. The band posted the following on their Facebook page: "We are pleased to announce that talented drummer Morgan Berthet, who has proven to be a fantastic drummer and a great bandmate throughout our recent 6 weeks long European tour has now officially joined Myrath on a full-time basis in replacement of Piwee Desfray. We thank Piwee for his services to the band and wish him all the best in his career."
"Merciless Times", a new video from Tunisian progressive metal band Myrath is now available online. You can watch it below. The song comes off of the band's new album Tales Of The Sands, released on September 26th. More album details were previously reported over here.
Tunisian progressive metal band Myrath are streaming their new song "Merciless Times" online. The song comes off of their upcoming album Tales Of The Sands and you can listen to it on their MySpace. The album is set to be released on September 26th through XIII Bis Records. More album details were previously reported over here.
The Tunisian Progressive Metal band Myrath has announced at their Facebook Page that they are going to film a videoclip in Sousse (Tunisia). To this respect, the band's new drummer Piwee Desfray (who replaced Seif Louhibi after his departure due to personal reasons) and the producer Kevin Codfert have traveled to Tunisia.
Tales Of The Sands, the new upcoming album of Tunisian progressive metal band Myrath will be released in Europe in October through XIII Bis Records.
The album was engineered and produced by Kevin Codfert at X Fade Studio in Nanterre, France except for the orchestration, which has been recorded by Taher Guizani at GT Records Studio, in Sousse, Tunisia. The album was mixed at Fredrik Nordstrom Studio (Dimmu Borgir, In Flames) in Stockholm, Sweden and mastered by Jens Bogren (Symphony X) at Fascination Street Studios, in Orebro, Sweden.
Tunisian progressive metal band Myrath have announced their new studio album will be released in Europe in October through XIII Bis Records. The release dates for other continents will be announced soon.
The new as-yet-untitled album was engineered and produced by Kevin Codfert at X Fade Studio in Nanterre, France except for the orchestration, which has been recorded by Taher Guizani at GT Records Studio, in Sousse, Tunisia. The album was mixed at Fredrik Nordstrom Studio (Dimmu Borgir, In Flames) in Stockholm, Sweden and mastered by Jens Bogren (Symphony X) at Fascination Street Studios, in Orebro, Sweden.
Tunisian progressive metallers Myrath are in the pre-production stages of yet another new as-yet-untitled album. The band's latest output Desert Call was released just at the beginning of this year. The band wrote:
"We are pleased to announce that our producer Kevin Codfert is in Tunis since Tuesday July 27th 2010 to work on the pre-production of Myrath's new album. The actual recording of this new album is anticipated to next November and the release date to first quarter 2011. Please stay tuned for further updates."
Tunisian Prograssive metal band Myrath are streaming their first track, entitled "Forever And A Day" from their new album Desert Call on MySpace.
The audio track will be the XIII Bis Records version of "Forever And A Day", which means that verse is sung in Arabic. The video trailer will be the Nightmare Records version of the same track, with vocals all in English.
On Wednesday January 6th 2010 anther track "Madness" will be added