04:49 - Redn1ght Closest thing to death I've felt was when I had to do some badass-level ab workouts in TKD class. xD (I wasn't as fit back then.)
04:44 - Dima We did it for an 1hr straight. Team ran a square route in a 2 line formation. The 2 people at the front would sprind around the square to reach the back of the line. It was closest thing to death i've felt but worth it big time
04:42 - Dima That's what we did for football training. We got fit abnormally quickly. Though, you likelywon't last as long as you could because you don't have a coach getting ready to let his lungs off at you if you quit.
04:36 - Redn1ght Something like what I was implying, short laps equivalent of that length. It's only good for endurance once you got basics down. :P
04:35 - Dima jogging on its own is pretty gheeyyy imo. Based on my expereience, sprint jog interval training is much more beneficial.
04:28 - Redn1ght What I've found is that doing it in short sets gets better result than long ones, like not 1 hour runs but rather shorter runs that equal to the same distance.
04:16 - !J.O.O.E.! My diet was terrible, though under 2500 calories. And I've never been overweight. Well within my BMI.
Scale The Summit have premiered a music video for the song "Stolas" from their upcomingV album. This is good news for fans of progressive metal. See what the band would have looked like in the glam-metal days and find out some interesting pop-up facts as you listen to "Stolas". This video was made in a low-budget 1980's style and can be watched below in all its glory!
The instrumental progressive quartet Scale The Summit revealed that they will release their anticipated fifth album, V worldwide on September 18th. Prosthetic Records now begins to unveil the album's cover art by the British artist Duncan Storr, who also contributed the artwork for the band's acclaimed 2013 release, The Migration.
Scale The Summit's original drummer Pat Skeffington is out of the band. The progressive metal band has parted ways with their drummer Pat Skeffington but didn't say much about the split. They only say that Pat is a fantastic drummer and will be greatly missed. To replace him, the band has recruited J.C. Bryant as their new drummer. Scale The Summit have been busy recording new material for the follow-up to The Migration which is expected this summer.
After releasing the brilliant The Migration in 2013, progressive metallers Scale The Summit are already preparing new music for their next album. In fact, they are entering the studio this Wednesday to record their fifth album for the next two months. All you can do now is wait and hope for good music!
Proggers Scale The Summit will be co-headlining this summer across North America with Glass Cloud with support from Erra, Reflections, and Monuments. And the band will also be performing a brand new song titled "Soria Moria" as well on this tour. Another reason to go!
Germans The Ocean will be returning to North America in 2014 for a co-headlining run with Prosthetic Records artist Scale The Summit and special guests The Atlas Moth and Silver Snakes. The tour kicks off on March 5th in Seattle, WA, and wraps up on March 30th in Cambridge, MA, including two dates scheduled in Austin, TX for SXSW Festival. All confirmed dates can be seen below.
Progressive metallers Scale The Summit have announced that a new song called "Atlas Novus" is now ready to be heard online. The song is off of their upcoming album The Migration, which is due to be released via Prosthetic Records on June 11th, 2013. You can hear the five-minute song below.
Instrumental progheads Scale The Summit are currently streaming the first song off The Migration, their upcoming fourth studio album. Listen to "Odyssey" below, which may or may not be related to Homer's epic poem.
After a few album teasers, Texas instrumental/progressive metal band Scale The Summit have announced on their Facebook page that Guitar World has posted the first studio trailer for The Migration. The album is scheduled to be released sometime this summer. The album trailer can be seen and heard below.
Progressive instrumentalists Scale The Summit have confirmed that they will soon enter the studio for the recording of their next album titled The Migration. The band will enter Basement Studios in Winston-Salem, NC on January 2nd with Jamie King (Between The Buried And Me).
US instrumental progressive metal band Scale The Summit is currently working on new material. This will be the band's fourth album and follow up to The Collective which was released last year. More album details are yet to be released but like their previous album, this one will also see its release on Prosthetic Records. The new record will also feature the band's new bassist, Mark Michell. You can check him playing through "The Levitated" below.
"Redwoods", a bonus track from US instrumental progressive metallers Scale The Summit's latest output The Collective is now streaming online at this location. The song is featured on the vinyl reissue of The Collective limited to 250 copies released by Prosthetic Records. The song is also available for purchase as a single on iTunes and Amazon.
"Whales", a brand-new track from US progressive instrumentalists Scale The Summit, has been made available for streaming, exclusively at MetalSucks.
"Whales" comes off the band's upcoming new album The Collective, which will be released on March 1st through Prosthetic Records.
Scale The Summit guitarist Chris Letchford on the new track: "We're all very proud to be releasing a new song and not only just any but our personal favorite from the record, "Whales". This song was already all of ours personal favorite during the final stages of writing The Collective. We felt this song was a great first release since it has a little of everything; melodic, aggression, great solos, clean jazzy vibe, and a very chill outro. Hope a lot of you out there really enjoy it and that it gets you guys even more excited for the release of The Collective!"
US metallers Scale The Summit will release their forthcoming album, The Collective, on March 1 via Prosthetic Records.
The follow-up to 2009's Carving Desert Canyons was recorded at Paint It Black Studios in Orlando, Florida with producer Mark Lewis (Devildriver, All That Remains, The Black Dahlia Murder). The Collective is available now for pre-order at this location.