23:10 - Erik M. When comparing in-earbuds with earbuds of the same price range, the regular earbuds are better for sure (in my experience). The earbuds that came with my Blackberry 3 years ago weren't great, but I had them for 1.5-2 years...
23:08 - Erik M. When ignoring prices, yes. But all the earbuds I bought were relatively cheap (20-40 euros), with the in-earbuds being the worst of them all without a doubt, as far as sound quality goes.
23:06 - Zaphod I disagree, my speakers beat my headphones any day, although I have no idea how expensive my speakers are/were since I got them second hand. And for free.
23:06 - !J.O.O.E.! I find that hard to believe seeing as earbuds are the most common thing given away with cheap mp3 players etc. The fact they're the cheapest option and that there are a few mega-pricey in-ear ones makes me think they're better.
23:04 - Erik M. Joe, in my experience you're wrong about in-ear buds being superior to earbuds. The rest I agree with though. My speakers are also great, but then again it's hard to state a thing like that simply because they sound great to me...
23:03 - !J.O.O.E.! Zaph what I meant to say is that to beat a pricey, quality pair of headphones with speakers you'd need to spend thousands on a hi-fi system. So really headphones are the best option.
23:01 - !J.O.O.E.! I think in quality terms it's generally speakers > headphones (probably open back > closed back) > in-ear headphones > earbuds. Apparently though you would need to spend thousands on speakers to beat a £300 pair of headphones.
Boston metallers Revocation have been very active in terms of new releases in the last few years. After releasing a new album last year, they are now gearing up to unleash Deathless. If you are curious about it, you can now hear another new song. As a final preview before the album's release, Revocation has premiered the song "Labyrinth Of Eyes". Enjoy it below!
A new Revocation track has just been released and can now be enjoyed here. The band has a new album coming out called Deathless which is set for an October 14th release via Metal Blade Records, and the artwork, tracklist and first single which is the title track, have been unveiled. Deathless was recorded with acclaimed producer Zeuss at Planet Z studios in Massachusetts. According to the label, the album is ten tracks of ambitious, catchy, and heavy material. Does this track fit that description?
Revocation have completed work earlier this year on their new album with producer Zeuss at Planet Z studios. The new opus, it has been revealed, will be called Deathless and will be released worldwide this fall on Metal Blade Records. The American metallers will continue touring and will join Crowbar on tour in September/October. The tour also features Havok, Fit For An Autopsy, and Armed For Apocalypse.
Death metal heavyweights Cannibal Corpse just announced their return to Europe this fall. This will be their first European tour in support of their new, yet untitled album due for release later this year via Metal Blade Records. New label mates Revocation have been confirmed as direct support while Swedish death metal horde Aeon - also on Metal Blade Records - have been slotted as the opening band. You will be able to listen to some new songs on this tour.
Revocation have a new record label. The technical metallers from Boston signed a deal with Metal Blade Records. The band has been very productive in terms of new releases and now prepares their next album to follow Revocation, released less than a year ago. Are you excited for the new album?
Americans Revocation are presenting a new official music video for the track "Fracked", taken from their latest self-titled album, released on August 6th, 2013 through Relapse Records. The videoclip is now available for streaming through the YouTube player below. Check it out, it's quite a blast.
The brand new self-tilted album from US technical death/thrash metallers Revocation can now be streamed in its entirety over at this location. Revocation is the band's fifth full-length, which is set to be officially released on August 6th in North America, August 2nd in Germany/Benelux and August 5th in the UK and rest of the world via Relapse Records but you can enjoy the album beforehand!
After announcing their new self-titled album, technical death/thrash metallers Revocation have debuted online their brand new unsettling single "The Hive". You can hear what the band has to offer with this new material on the video located below. The album drops on August 6th in North America, August 2nd in Germany/Benelux and August 5th in the UK and rest of the world via Relapse Records.
Revocation released the EP Teratogenesis in 2012 and are showing no signs of slowing down. The metallers have now released the tracklist and unveiled the cover art for their upcoming self-titled release. The new album Revocation comes out on August 6th via Relapse Records. The artwork was created by Orion Landau (Dying Fetus, Obscura, Nile). Check it out below.
"The Grip Tightens", a brand new video from US tech death/thrash metallers Revocation, is now available for your viewing pleasure below. The song for this video is taken from their recently released new EP Teratogenesis, out since September 25th via Scion A/V Metal. The video was directed by David Brodsky.
As promised, Teratogenesis, the new EP from technical death/thrashers Revocation is now available for free download and full streaming at this location. Check it out and let us know what you think. The EP saw its release on September 25th via Scion A/V Metal.
Revocation have premiered a brand new song from their forthcoming Teratogenesis EP. The new thrash/death metal attack can be streamed exclusively over here as a little teaser before the release. The new EP will be available for free this Tuesday, September 25th, via Scion A/V Metal.
Chaos Of Forms, the brand-new upcoming album from US technical death metallers Revocation can now be streamed in its entirety over at Guitar World.
About the album, guitarist/vocalist David Davidson says: "Hopefully it takes you on a musical journey. Hopefully when people listen to it, they crack a big smile and go, 'Wow, I did not see that coming.'"
"No Funeral", a brand-new track from US tech death metal band Revocation has been made available for streaming over at GuitarWorld.com.
Another new track, called "Cradle Robber", is still streaming at this location.
"No Funeral" and "Cradle Robber" come off the band's upcoming new album Chaos Of Forms, which will be released on August 16th in North America and September 5th internationally through Relapse Records.