04:29 - Karlabos I didn't really care for all the characters except Walter so when it ended bad for him that's what I meant :p It's funny how Skyler investigate upon him over the smallest things. are women always like that?
04:14 - mz I mean, I was expecting skyler to be dissolved in the acid. Disapointed :(
04:12 - mz well the ending was too "happy" IMO for what you have seen in 5 seasons. I mean, no suicide, no death for his family members, and also Jessy got rescued.
04:07 - Karlabos pretty good indeed. too bad the ending is like that. but then again it couldn't have ended well
Psychedelic doom metal band Landskap has announced that the band's third album III is now available online. You can listen to it in full and get it digitally via Bandcamp, as it was just released. All donations will go to funding future studio time.
There hasn't been many updates from the Latvian doomsters Frailty camp lately. The band has been quiet in the live front because they just started to record a new album. Drummer Lauris Polinskis has started recording drums for ten new songs. Moreover, the band will play in the festival celebrating the 10th anniversary of legendary Latvian underground and heavy music venue Melnā Piektdiena.
Swedish hard rock/stoner purveyors Spiritual Beggars just shared a new video for ''Hard Road'', filmed and edited by Dirk Behlau. The group has just wrapped up a European tour in support of their recently released 9th studio album, Sunrise To Sundown. The clip consists of footage gathered on the band's latest European tour and highlights the band's on and off stage character.
British thrash maniacs Savage Messiah have revealed that they will be hitting the road this June as main support to the mighty Testament on a short U.K. run. Also appearing are Broken Teeth. The band will be taking a short break from recording their new album for this tour.
Two years ago, Led Zeppelin faced a copyright infringement claim by a lawyer for the defunct 1960s group Spirit arguing that the opening notes of their iconic song "Stairway To Heaven" sound a lot like "Taurus", an instrumental piece by the late Spirit guitarist Randy California, released on his band's debut album in 1968. Well, now the lawyers suing Led Zeppelin over claims that the opening to "Stairway To Heaven" was stolen say their client is willing to settle for the sum of $1 but there's a catch.
The Swedish trio from Stockholm, Grand Magus, will bring us their new album Sword Songs this May 13th. Now, the heavy metallers give us the opportunity to listen to another new hymn, ''Forged In Iron - Crowned In Steel'' that appears on the record. You can listen to it below as much as you want.
After Motörhead's iconic frontman Lemmy died and the band dissolved, Swedish drummer Mikkey Dee had to search for other gigs and was supposed to perform with Thin Lizzy on their anniversary shows. However, he will join German iconic rockers Scorpions instead as they have hired him for their U.S. tour dates. He will replace the band's drummer James Kottak, who is currently on break while he seeks medical attention.
Since Emily Alice Ovenden left the band last year, Pythia have been fronted by the new singer Sophie Dorman. Unfortunately, they just announced that the Muses Of Metal Fest has been cancelled after Draconian pulled out. The festival was supposed to take place in Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom, on May 7th.
As previously announced, there is a new Jorn covers album coming up called Heavy Rock Radio. While it is due out on June 3rd through Frontiers Music Srl, now it's time to hear a full song. Enjoy their cover of Frida's ''I Know There's Something Going On'' with a video, produced by Andy Pett and Golden Touch Film, to go with it below.
Just a few months after releasing their self-titled album, Swedish Vikings Månegarm begins to work on a new release. The band doesn't say much about it at this moment; just posted on their official Facebook page a confirmation that the pre-production stage has begun.
Finnish extreme power metal idols Eternal Tears Of Sorrow are finally venturing outside of Europe and will play their first shows abroad in Japan. For now, they have booked two Japanese shows: in Osaka and Tokyo. The band's latest album came out three years ago, Saivon Lapsi and they haven't been very active lately.
It's happening! London progressive/death metal act Akercocke rise from the dead. They broke up in 2012, and after 4 years, they now come back with new music to offer. The group is active again and has launched some official band pages. The other good news is that they are working on their new and sixth album, Renaissance In Extremis, following 2007's Antichrist. You can hear their new song "Inner Sanctum" here.
Latvian gothic/doom metallers Heaven Grey will bring us a new album titled Manuscriptum on the 29th of May, 2016 on Via Nocturna. More news coming soon; stay tuned. In the meantime, you can hear the beautiful new song ''Insomnia'' below and check out all the album details.
Black/death metal blasphemers Belphegor have been forced to cancel their Russian tour, after frontman Helmuth "Hel" Lehner was attacked at the St. Petersburg airport. Now, for the first time after the incident, the band has released a statement regarding what happened. Three of their shows were cancelled and in Moscow, the sound engineer was forced to mute the vocals because of their lyrical content. Basically, it was a disaster.
Originally formed in the U.S. and later relocated to Cyprus, Arrayan Path have shared a new video online. You can hear the tune ''Gabriel Is Rising'' from their new album Chronicles Of Light and watch the video directed by Bob Katsionis right here. The epic power metallers' new album Chronicles Of Light came out this February.