00:45 - Sun Shiny Iunno when I play a game I like to do it hardcore/ellite with every class so I feel more pro :D
00:35 - Zaphod True, but it would be nice if more games had it. For example, take Borderlands; you get your ability at level 5 or something, so it's kind of a hassle to test out all the characters' skills before choosing.
00:32 - J. N. Though some games already have that, but still.
While The Agonist's new album was initially scheduled for release in November, now their label Century Media says it will be released in February. While an explanation wasn't given, the new release date for Eye Of Providence is now February 23rd in Europe and 24th in North America. The successor of Prisoners will be the debut of new vocalist Vicky Psarakis. Take a look at the album cover and tracklist below as well as an album trailer. Hint about the cover: it's an eye.
Another band releasing a new album this year is Canada's The Agonist. The band just revealed that the new output will be titled Eye Of Providence and Century Media will release it on November 10th in Europe and on November 11th in North America. This new album is the first with new singer Vicky Psarakis, who replaces Alissa White-Gluz now on Arch Enemy. The band has been hard at work in the studio and has just released the second studio update video. Whet your appetite for the new album and watch the video below.
Start your weekend by listening to The Agonist. After teasing it, the Canadian metalcore/melodic death metal band has released a lyric video for a new song from their upcoming album featuring new Greek vocalist Vicky Psarakis. The song's name is "Disconnect Me" and you can listen to it below. With their former vocalist Alissa White-Gluz now in Arch Enemy, how do you like Vicky Psarakis and this new material from the group?
Canadian metalcore band The Agonist has released a teaser for their upcoming new song "Disconnect Me" featuring the new vocalist, Vicky Psarakis. You can check out the teaser below for a taste of the new material with Vicky Psarakis. You can probably expect the song/single to be released on March 21st.
Looks like melodic death metal might have a new diva. Alyssa White-Gluz - former vocalist of the band The Agonist has left the band to join Arch Enemy. While most bands would disband, The Agonist decided to move on and hired a new vocalist - Vicky Psarakis.
Canadians The Agonist finished an US tour with Danzig, Corrosion Of Conformity as well as selected headlining dates and waste no time in announcing the dates for their upcoming European tour in support of their recently released album Prisoners. The Agonist will be performing on this tour together with Arsis and Threat Signal.
Canadian metallers The Agonist have just released a brand new video for the song "Panophobia", taken from their latest album Prisoners, released through Century Media. You can watch the video directed by Ben McKinnon of Five Knights Productions below. It features behind-the-scenes and live footage from the band's performance at Heavy MTL 2012.
Prisoners, the new studio album from Canadian metalcore band The Agonist is now streaming in full exclusively at Loudwire.com. The album will be released on June 4th in Europe and June 5th in North America via Century Media Records. More details about the album, including the tracklist can be found here.
"Predator & Prayer", a brand new song from Canadian metallers The Agonist has premiered and is currently streaming online exclusively at this location. The song comes off Prisoners, the band's upcoming new album which will hit stores on June 4th in Europe and June 5th in North America via Century Media. More album details were previously reported here.
Canadian extreme metallers The Agonist will be unleashing their third studio album, Prisoners, on June 4th in Europe and June 5th in North America via Century Media Records. The band has now revealed the album's artwork and tracklist, which can be seen below.
"Ideomotor", the brand new single from Canadian metallers The Agonist is currently streaming online exclusively at this location. The song comes off the band's upcoming album Prisoners, set to be released via Century Media Records on June 4th in Europe and June 5th in North America. More album details here.
After spending many months in the studio, Canadian melodic death metallers The Agonist have finally finished their third studio album, Prisoners. Produced by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy) and mixed by Tue Madsen (The Haunted, Dark Tranquillity, Suicide Silence), Prisoners is set to be released via Century Media Records on June 4th in Europe and June 5th in North America, and it picks right up where 2009's Lullabies For The Dormant Mind left off, with soaring melodies over complex metal passages.