23:08 - Doge of Venice Cheers. The only reason I managed to get up to that pace was because i programmed drums and bass in Guitar Pro first, then improvised over that to figure out the guitar parts.
23:06 - Doge of Venice Every segment was just recorded, had ends and starts cut for cleanliness, then all I did was EQ it. As for the abrupt pauses in the bridge, I tried to mute them, but just cutting the pauses out sounded better. >.>
23:06 - Redn1ght Just play looong improvisation sessions or riffs over and over for endurance... If you use a metronome with that, you could get more accurate on the timing too.
23:02 - Doge of Venice It's mainly endurance that is my problem, at that temp. I'm comfortable up until around 140bpm or so. I recorded in small segments (well, the longest were about 40 seconds). The only bits that were edited were the abrupt pauses
Swedish metallers In Flames have announced that the first single taken from the new album will be entitled "The Mirror's Truth." The single will be released on 7th March 2008 via Nuclear Blast Records. This is a European single and will not be available elsewhere.
The single will include the following tracks:
01. The Mirror's Truth
The cover artwork for the single was created by Alex Pardee, and he has also done all the artwork for the album.
The waiting and speculation is over, Magnus has been replaced. The new guy should be no stranger to any HammerFall fan: (re)enter Fredrik Larsson, original member of the band and fugutive for the past decade.
"I am very happy and excited to be back! I have known the guys for more than ten years and we have kept in touch all the time, so it is not as if I come in a complete stranger. We played a few songs together last weekend, and it felt like 1997 was just a couple of weeks ago", says Fredrik about coming back into the fold.
Oscar had these comments: "Fredrik brings structure to the rhythm section and I think you will definitely hear and feel the difference when we play live". "He plays with a pick, for one, and has a great groove and timing, all of which will make HammerFall sound better than we ever have before,"
Hammerfall bassist Magnus Rosén has left the band today (Tuesday 06.03.). An official statement on the band's official website goes as follows:
"Breaking news: The bass player of HammerFall, Magnus Rosén, will not be a part of the band in the future. This is all the information available at the moment, but expect an official statement from the band as soon as possible."
Magnus Rosén became a member of Hammerfall in 1997/1998, around the recordings of "Glory To The Brave".
UPDATED on 8 March 2007:
Here's the official statement from the band members regarding the situation. English:
"Bass player Magnus Rosén has elected to step down from HammerFall to be able to focus on his own projects. While it is surprising, it's not a total shock to us since he has seemed to be unhappy with the situation in the band and on tour for quite a while. We wish him all the best with his future endeavors and turn our attention to the future, immediate and distant.