11:58 - !J.O.O.E.! Only has a small 32gb eMMC hard drive, with most of it taken up already, so to install Windows 10 I'll probably need to use my micro SD from my PSP, which is hassle as it has stuff on. Just wondering if it's worth doing.
11:54 - !J.O.O.E.! Also, is there any real-world advantages to Windows 10 over 8.1? Bought a (damn cute) little laptop just for train journeys / pottering around the house to use for web browsing / watching stuff, but it has 8.1 on.
10:43 - !J.O.O.E.! I'm enjoying Soma for the most part, but the Alien Isolation-esque cat and mouse bits are quite shite.
10:21 - God Buster 鬼 Non contrarians should be following pop music websites
10:17 - toxx I agree. DM, especially the more melodic stuff, is kind of Finlands trademark ;)
09:53 - !J.O.O.E.! Much of their death metal is second to none, though. They have that nailed down.
09:52 - toxx Don't think Finland is a "leading" country when it comes to BM. Has a few good BM bands though!
After the highly acclaimed tour with Kreator and Arch Enemy in the end of 2014, Vader are ready to hit the stages in Europe once again. These Polish death metal maniacs will be headlining several dates across the old continent, where they will be supported by their fellow countrymen Hate and special guests. Confirmed dates are available under the flyer.
The details of the 2015 Hatefest Tour have been announced. The unholy billing will be headlined by Six Feet Under together with Marduk, Vader and Hate. Special guests on all weekend-dates will be Eisregen and Debauchery. Tickets for this exceptional death/black metal feast will be available at this location. This trek will stop by Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Polish death metal force Vader just recently released their new album Tibi Et Igni in Europe. However, it will only be available on June 2nd in the UK, and June 10th in the US via Nuclear Blast. If you still haven't listened to this new output, it is currently streaming in its entirety at this location, all ten tracks. Start your Sunday with Vader.
Polish death metal masters Vader share a new song today! Their new neck breaker is called "Triumph Of Death" and will appear on the new album Tibi Et Igni. When can you grab the album? It is set to be released on May 30th (Europe), June 2nd (UK), and June 10th (US) via Nuclear Blast. Until then, you can always blast "Triumph Of Death."
A new Vader song? Sure thing! Your death metal fix is here as the Polish act just released a lyric video to showcase their brand new tune "Where Angels Weep". This is the first bit of new music available from Tibi Et Igni after a small teaser. What are you waiting for? "Where Angels Weep" is available right here. What do you think about this first song?
Four metal heavyweights are coming together for what could be one of the best tour packages of the year. Kreator just announced a huge European tour for November/December 2014. Joining headliners Kreator for the upcoming live shows are Polish label mates Vader (releasing Tibi Et Igni on May 30th), Swedish metallers Arch Enemy (releasing War Eternal on June 9th) and German thrash veterans Sodom. Are you in? The dates can be seen below.
Vader's new album Tibi Et Igni is right around the corner and the first bit of music is available today. The death metallers just revealed the album teaser. It contains a snippet of the opening track "Go To Hell", which will also be released as a single on April 18th. Wait no more and watch the preview and album's first introduction right now.
Vader are on a roll! After revealing us their brand new single, today the Polish death metal machine reveal the cover that will grace their new album Tibi Et Igni as well as the song titles. The artwork was handled this time by Joe Petagno (Motörhead). See the cover below and tell us what you think about it.
Yes, Vader's new album Tibi Et Igni is coming but first there is usually a single. Today the band revealed that they will indeed be releasing a special 7" single titled "Go To Hell" that includes two songs, "Where Angels Weep" and "Triumph Of Death". Feast your eyes on the fiery cover below.
Vader fans are probably eager to listen to their new album Tibi Et Igni. Well, today it was confirmed that the Polish death metal legends have just finished recording the follow up to their 2011 album, Welcome To The Morbid Reich. The new album is set to be released on May 30th, 2014 via Nuclear Blast. The band recorded the album at Hertz Studio in Bialystok (Poland) and it was produced by Wojtek and Slawek Wiesawski.
Recently, Vader revealed that they were in the studio recording their new album which will actually be called Tibi Et Igni ("For You And Only You And Fire"). Now, in a year-end message, the death metallers confirmed that you can expect the new album to drop in April/May 2014, which means you don't have to wait that long. Furthermore, the band says you shouldn't expect experimentation.
Vader has started recording their new album at Hertz Studio in Poland. The new album will be released by Nuclear Blast. The death metallers haven't shared much about their upcoming album so far, but according to their previous announcements, it will be called Straight To Hell. You can check out new photos from the drum recordings below.
Polish death metal pioneers Vader just announced the dates for their US "Back To The Black" tour later this fall. Support on this tour will come from Vital Remains, Sacrificial Slaughter, Execration and Extremely Rotten.
Vader's guitarist Marek "Spider" Pająk has recently recorded guitar solo parts for the new Hell:on album. The Ukrainian thrash metal band is currently finishing recording in T.A. Productions, working on their fourth full-length album that has been titled The Hunt. This new offering will be released this fall following last year's Age Of Oblivion.
Vader haven't shared much about their upcoming album so far, apart from its title which will be Straight To Hell. The death metal icons have now lifted the veil a bit revealing "Abandon All Hope", "Bring Them To Me" and "Infernal Poetry" as some of the song titles set to appear on the opus that follows Welcome To The Morbid Reich. The band will hit the studio in November/December, so the new album shouldn't come out before 2014.