22:12 - Severian93 I've listened to the book of souls 5 times now, i cant get over how suprisingly good it is. a HUGE step up from The Final Frontier
22:04 - Bad English Iron Maiden - When The River Runs Deep [link] Iron Maiden - If Eternity Should Fail [link]
21:58 - Zaphod ...since his vocal performance was great, especially considering his age, and the show was quite good.
21:56 - Zaphod Saw him once a few years ago, 2011 I think. I wasn't all that impressed, but then I don't enjoy most of his solo work and only really like early Mercyful Fate. If you like his stuff I can't see how it wouldn't be a great show...
21:55 - Severian93 J.N. - yeah and maybe we'll get a new diSEMBOWELMENT or Coroner album too
21:50 - Apothecary Mmkay, fair enough then. Sometimes shit just happens. Anyway, that's a guy who's very high on my "must see" list, so I really do hope I get the chance before he either retires or kicks the bucket
It is with great pleasure that I welcome my former Gorefest buddy Frank Harthoorn to the triple axe live incarnation of The 11th Hour! He'll be sharing the stage with us at all upcoming gigs including the renowned Doom Shall Rise festival in Göppingen (9th of April). This means we're saying goodbye to Petra Guijt who will of course continue to perform with her bands Deadcell and Toxocara, we wish her all the best with her future musical endeavours!
Frank meanwhile has mastered the 6 chapters of doom that comprise The 11th Hour's debut album Burden Of Grief and adds considerable weight to the already massive live-sound. His dedication to delivering the Riff, the whole Riff, and nothing but the Riff is legendary (at least it is to me) and I look forward to exploring the road to musical misery with this new yet old companion.
The 11th Hour is:
Ed Warby - Guitar & Vocals
Pim Blankenstein - Vocals
Bram Bijlhout - Guitar
Frank Harthoorn - Guitar
Daniël Huijben - Bass
Dirk Bruinenberg - Drums