00:44 - moonflash Back when Capcom had balls. Now they make shit like RE6 and Lost planet. No wonder they're bankrupt.
00:38 - !J.O.O.E.! Lel, yeah I did. - Onimusha had some great games.
00:33 - J. N. Joe: Did you know JewTube is actually real?
00:33 - moonflash lol JewTube. You should clear that up with you semitenet provider. :P This was the game I was talking about, spiritual prequel to Onimusha. [link]
00:16 - !J.O.O.E.! Can't stream jewtube for a while =( but a I agree. Prerendered backdrops are like amazing unique artworks. I hope there's a sudden resurgence of them.
00:12 - moonflash Pre rendered backdrops are like the chocolate Doritos of modern gaming. So much untapped potential waiting to be utilized. Even shitty games become awesome because of them, like this one [link]
00:01 - !J.O.O.E.! If they ever did do a remake it should remain faithful. Updated HD backdrops, better character models, script clean up. Don't think it should be 3D-ised though.
Finnish extreme power metal band Whispered has released for streaming another Japanese bonus track. It is a cover of the Final Fantasy VII battle theme track which is called "Let The Battles Begin!" and it's featured in the Japanese release of their most recent album Shogunate Macabre. You can check out the song down below. How do you like this one?
Taiwanese symphonic black metal band Anthelion has recently released a new song from their new and second album Obsidian Plume. The song is called "Obsidian Plume," the title track, and you can now give it a listen and watch the video for it below.
Celtic folk metal band Eluveitie has officially released a video clip for the song "King" from their upcoming album Origins. You can watch the video down here now! The band's new offering will hit stores on August 1st in Europe, August 4th in the UK, and August 5th in North America via Nuclear Blast Records, which is not that far away. Until then, enjoy the new tune "King".
Finnish melodic death/power metal band Whispered has released for streaming a Japanese bonus track. The song is a cover of the theme song from anime Ginga Nagareboshi Gin and was featured on the Japanese release of their latest and second album Shogunate Macabre. You can check out the song down there.
Industrial death metal band Mechina has released a new single. The song is called "To Coexist Is To Surrender" and you can give it a listen down below. While the band released their latest album Xenon this year, Mechina's new single "To Coexist Is To Surrender" is the conceptual preface to The Acheron Trilogy.
Italian metalcore band Destrage has released a new video for one song of their new Are You Kidding Me? No. album. The song is "Destroy Create Transform Sublimate" and the video was directed by Matteo Di Gioia with live footage taken from the first 3 shows of their Italian tour. You can check the video here below.
Oriental death metal band Arkan has released another song from their upcoming album Sofia, the last one before it is released on May 23rd (May 27th in North America) this year through Season Of Mist. The song is available for streaming online down here and it is called "Endless Way." Enjoy!
Finnish melodic death metal band Immortal Souls have released a new song from their upcoming album. The good news is that their new album is already mastered and will be released this year to follow The Requiem For The Art Of Death. The brand new track is called "Calm Before The Snowstorm" and you can give it a listen here below.
Wovenwar are officially taking off. After As I Lay Dying members teamed up with Oh, Sleeper's Shane Blay to created the band, they released their new single "All Rise" today. If you are curious about their music, check out the track below. With their self-titled debut set for release in late summer 2014 via Metal Blade Records, what are your expectations for it after hearing this song?
After the trick to announce their new album, the Swedish band In Flames has now revealed on their website the cover art of their upcoming album Siren Charms which will be released worldwide in September. Siren Charms will be their 11th studio album and comes three years after the release of Sounds Of A Playground Fading. What do you think about the cover?
As hinted before, Metal Blade Records has announced that Jordan Mancino (drums), Nick Hipa (guitar), Phil Sgrosso (guitar) and Josh Gilbert (bass) of San Diego based metal act As I Lay Dying have teamed up with vocalist Shane Blay (previously lead guitar/clean vocals in Oh, Sleeper) to create the new band Wovenwar. That's As I Lay Dying minus Tim Lambesis. Over approximately the last year, the band completed work on new material recorded with producer Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) with mixing duties currently being handled by Colin Richardson (Slipknot, Machine Head, Trivium). For now, you can enjoy a small teaser 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?
After this week's changes, Arch Enemy fans must be really curious about the band's new material and also the new vocalist Alissa White-Gluz (ex-The Agonist). If you want to hear how she fits in with the band, check out their new song "War Eternal" and the video to go with it right now. What do you think about this first song?
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.