16:10 - Netzach The only "Serpent" track I still listen to is the instrumental Plateau of the Ages
16:04 - Marcel Hubregtse Marrow isn't a bad album but it isn't underrated either. Just look at the score for it here on MS, for example.
16:00 - musclassia I'd probably rank them Mantle>Ashes>Marro w>Folklore>Serpent - I think Serpent is fine but it's not nearly as memorable as the other albums. I prefer Marrow to Folklore, mainly for Nidstang and Ghost.... Mantle beats all though
14:44 - Apothecary Marrow is definitely second-weakest, but that's only because the other three albums you're comparing it to are such higher quality, I don't think it means that it's necessarily a BAD album
13:27 - Akatash Updated my dissonant metal picks: [link]
The mighty Orange Goblin have made available online a trailer for their forthcoming live CD/DVD release and now you can watch it here. An Eulogy For The Fans - Orange Goblin Live 2012 will drop on March 11th in Europe and one day later in North America via Candlelight Records.
The CD will contain the complete set live at Bloodstock Open Air Festival, 11th August 2012 while the DVD features complete pro-shot sets live at Bloodstock Open Air Festival, 11th August 2012 and Hellfest, France, 15th June 2012 plus promo videos, the making of 'Red Tide Rising' documentary, 'Highway To Hellfest' short film, photo galleries and more. The live audio from Bloodstock Open Air Festival will also be released as a double gatefold vinyl with artwork by Jimbob Isaac. It can be pre-ordered right here.
In terms of full-lengths, A Eulogy For The Damned was the band's latest creation.