14:11 - Hex_Omega Oil is the power. Scotland with Oil: 'we want to be independent!' ; Scotland without Oil: 'oh no, please no!'
13:54 - Syk Nesbitt Crab votes yes! cos he's a dead fuckwit with no cares for currency! nay!
13:32 - Bad English Just thinking about what would Rab C. Nesbitt vote today for?
10:50 - ANGEL REAPER ..so i was working on my diploma project...one of the tests i was doung is about to finish ...after 11 hours of numbers crunching ...
07:07 - Redn1ght Lol.... I just noticed that my sort-of encyclopedia of mythologies is made in Egypt... A MIRACLE, so many books are printed in China.
04:56 - ScreamingSteelUS Yeah, it seems like Cracked has now overtaken "MAD." Moving online in 2005 was a very smart idea. I've had the chance to peruse some old "MAD"s myself, but I've been a loyal fan of Cracked for six or seven years now.
04:49 - Redn1ght No wonder then! @Screaming. (Only way I knew about MAD was because of seeing some OOLD issues in a second-hand book store and dad showed them there.)
Swedish metallers In Flames have more news for us today. After revealing the album cover that will grace Siren Charms, today you can see the new album tracklist. Expect 11 new songs and their first single called "Rusted Nail" coming on June 13th. The single details were also revealed and you can check out the cover below as well.
As he mentioned before, Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson, Storm Corrosion) plans to have one final performance with the side band and project Blackfield, then he will leave the band to focus on his solo career. The final show will happen next week, in New York City at the Best Buy Theater on the 1st of May, and will be his farewell and thank you to the band and fans. Aviv Geffen will continue recording and touring as Blackfield with new collaborators.
We haven't had many updates on Symphony X's new album. Their last album Iconoclast was already released back in 2011 and fans are probably curious about the next one. Recently, guitar virtuoso Michael Romeo thanked the fans who supported him in the Zimmer competition and for his birthday messages. He also added that he has been writing new material for the next Symphony X, "things are starting to come together as far as that goes. And so the cycle that is the creation of a new Symphony X CD starts anew."
We already knew that heavy metal legends Judas Priestwere working on their new album, but recently, on their holiday greeting, they confirmed the release of their new album in 2014. This means that after so many years, the band is finally unleashing the successor to Nostradamus, now without founding member and guitarist K.K. Downing.
The release of Polish extreme metal masters Behemoth's upcoming tenth studio album The Satanist, which has previously been announced for this fall, has now been postponed to early 2014 and will be accompanied by an extensive headlining tour. Further information, including the exact dates will follow in the near future. For now, all that we know is that it is titled The Satanist and the band used Hertz Studios to record it.
Swedish occult rockers Ghost B.C. face yet another controversy. The band had to change their name from Ghost to Ghost B.C. for legal reasons and now one piece of the Infestissumam deluxe version artwork was reportedly deemed too sacrilegious by some US manufacturers which have refused to print it thus delaying its release in North America. However, the original artwork can still be found on both the vinyl and European copies of the album. It seems like this will generate even more buzz around the release of the opus.