21:07 - 3rdWorld Can't remember any black elements there really but my memory is quite vague except the fact that I didn't like it a lot. Not sure why, maybe it was a bit of middleground between brutality and something else.
21:01 - !J.O.O.E.! I think you're thinking of a different record. The EP is some pretty dense blackened death. Less varied than the album, but focuses more on crushing, foreboding atmospheres.
20:59 - 3rdWorld Kinda looks awful so I'll leave it at that, hehe. Damn fine album really, that ep on the other hand sounded somewhat prog melodeath-y or whatever. Didn't enjoy it much, thats why didn't rec it. :P
20:55 - !J.O.O.E.! The big one on the bottom left? Looks like planet sex-toy to me :P
"Under Siege", a brand new making of video from Tunisian progressive metallers Myrath is now available for viewing below. The song comes off the band's latest output Tales Of The Sands, released last year through XIII Bis Records.
Even though what I've heard from this band is great, I regretfully say that I haven't heard much Myrath. This video, however, was rather stellar. I was expecting it to be more of a "here's how we do this stuff" sort of studio tour, as opposed to an actual song with bits of studio footage at both ends. But yeah, I'm glad I watched this. It's super cool that they got Clémentine Delauney from Whyzdom on board with this too.
Also, when I saw "Under Siege" in this news bulletin, the very first thing I thought of was that Steven Seagal film from 1992; I seriously just watched that film a few days ago.