21:43 - !J.O.O.E.! This laptop has limited gaming capabilities but thought I'd throw a few games on for train journeys etc. I love Morrowind though. Much more so than Oblivion and Skyrim. Am downloading Oblivion right now for testing reasons
21:38 - 3rdWorld @Joe You tried Elder Scrolls III Morrowind on Win10? Wow, were you checking backward compatabilities or do you really love the game? I tried it once, it was pretty boring to me. I removed it and waiting to try Oblivion or Skyrim.
Swedish melodic death/doom metal band October Tide has inked a record deal with Agonia Records. The band's as-yet-untitled new album, successor to Tunnel Of No Light (2013), is currently at the pre-production stage and is expected to be released in early 2016. More details to follow.
Swedish melodic gloom lords October Tide have premiered online a new track entitled "Our Constellation", which is currently streaming alongside previously released tracks, "Of Wounds To Come" and "Adoring Ashes" at this location. The songs are taken from Tunnel Of No Light, their upcoming new album set for a North American release on April 16th and on March 25th in Europe via Pulverised Records.
After streaming the first song off their upcoming album Tunnel Of No Light, death/doom metallers October Tide have now released "Adoring Ashes" for streaming online. You can enjoy the new song on the Soundcloud player below.
Having released their last album A Thin Shell three years ago, death/doom metallers October Tide return with a new offering this year that will have the title Tunnel Of No Light. The album's artwork and tracklist were unveiled and can be seen below.
Details of the new October Tide album are still sketchy. However, the band reckons that the new album will contain eight tracks and will be released before the end of the year under Pulverised Records. In addition to that, the band recently unveiled a new song, "Of Wounds To Come", which is available for streaming. Check it out below.
Swedish Melodic Gloom Lords October Tide have officially inked a worldwide deal with Pulverised Records!
Shortly a year after October Tide announced their reformation, the band wasted no time and went on to release the acclaimed new album after eleven years with A Thin Shell.
Come 2012, October Tide is currently preparing and hard at work on the untitled new album, which will once again precipitate some serious mournful tunes and the beauty of darkness and sorrow have never been so sonically enchanting.
October Tide have scheduled the recording of the untitled new album at the renowned Black Lounge Studio (Scar Symmetry, Carnal Forge, In Mourning, Centinex, etc) in Sweden. The production duties will once again be handled under the helm of Jonas Kjellgren.
Swedish death/doom metallers October Tide have announced that vocalist Tobias Netzell and bassist Pierre Stam have parted ways with the band. They will be replaced by Alexander Högbom and Mattias Norrman respectively. The band also plans to record a new album this summer and release it at the end of the year.
Candlelight Records today confirms the worldwide signing of October Tide. The band featuring guitarist Fredrick Norrman, vocalist Tobias Netzell, drummer Robin Bergh, and session bassist Jonas Kjellgren (Scar Symmetry, Carnal Forge) is currently finishing work on their still untitled new album. Expected for release early fall, it will be the first new recording from the band in over ten years. It follows recent reissue of the band's acclaimed debut Rain Without End.
Formed in 1995 by then Katatonia guitarist Norrman and Katatonia/Bloodbath vocalist Jonas Renkse, October Tide quickly made a mark with two albums recorded and released during the years 1997 and 1999. Much of the band's music was written during a short break up of Katatonia which later proved only temporary as the band would reform and continues today; their latest album Night Of The New Day features work by Norrman. October Tide would not perform live during this short period of activity and few interviews with the members were granted despite praise from both media and fans. The band, until reforming in late 2009, would maintain a cult status throughout the doom/metal community.