11:07 - Mr. Strawberry Nowadays, Shouting costs money...:( better off being dumb on MS
11:00 - !J.O.O.E.! God Buster, I'm PMing you my PayPal, so you can send me the money it costs for me in bandwidth to display your posts and shouts.
10:57 - !J.O.O.E.! Like when Instagram first came out, everything had really massive borders and really obvious filters. Doesn't seem as bad on there these days though.
10:55 - Mr. Strawberry To me, you're wrong all the time, but no worries, you're always right in public eyes because your taste is very "commercial" :) most importantly you've to feel good for yourself is enough :0
10:52 - no one What did you mean by "instagram" styled art JOOE?
After announcing the upcoming release of their collaborative album NV, and giving listeners a slight teaser, the purveyors of sonic terror in Dragged Into Sunlight and Gnaw Their Tongues are now ready to give their fans a closer look, with a full length track from the collab. Get those band-aids out boys and girls, and proceed with caution.
A few months ago we announced that the drone titans in Sunn O))) are working on a new album. Today the band is peeling back the curtain significantly, and unveiling many new details about their upcoming work.
After putting out a few compilations and a box set collection, the unorthodox British metallers of The Meads Of Asphodel are now about to grace their fanbase with some new material, a split EP with American band Tjolgtjar.
Rejoice, lovers of Lovecraftian metal! French black metallers The Great Old Ones are now streaming not one, but two new tracks: "Antarctica," and "The Elder Things." Both are set to appear on their upcoming album Tekeli-li, out April 16th, and can be heard at this location. As was previously noted here, Tekeli-li will be a concept album of sorts, focusing on H.P. Lovecraft's At The Mountains Of Madness. What are your thoughts on these new cuts?
Brace yourselves, ladies and gentlemen: things are about to get trippy. Finnish black metallers Oranssi Pazuzu have just released a new track from their upcoming album Valonielu, described as "what happens when psychedelia, black metal, and space rock collide." The track, titled "Olen Aukaissut Uuden Silmän" (that's "I Have Opened A New Eye"), can be streamed over here.
After the streaming of "Malefica" back in April, and some vague details from Ván Records, things are starting to come together more clearly regarding the release of the new The Ruins Of Beverast album. Alexander Von Meilenwald's blackened doom project is currently streaming yet another song from the upcoming Blood Vaults - The Blazing Gospel Of Heinrich Kramer, titled "Ordeal," which can be listened below in the YouTube video.