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]
Time flies and it has already been three years since the release of James LaBrie's last album Static Impulse. But today we get to hear what he has been up to because "Agony" from the impending new release Impermanent Resonance has made its online premiere. Make sure you listen to the brand new song below.
July 29th in Europe and August 6th, 2013 in North America are the release dates via InsideOut Music. Find more album details over here.
You can also download the song "Agony" for free at this location. You're welcome.
Impermanent Resonance tracklist:
03. Slight Of Hand
04. Back On The Ground
05. I Got You
06. Holding On
07. Lost In The Fire
08. Letting Go
09. Destined To Burn
10. Say You're Still Mine
12. I Will Not Break
LaBrie said about the song: "I am completely over the top with Impermanent Resonance and here is its first single, Agony. I am more than sure that you will be banging your head and your blood will be coursing through you like jet fuel. As far as I am concerned this is only a teaser to 11 other tracks that will take you for a dynamic and emotional ride. Crank this song and Raaaaaaaawk!"
Dream Theater is my favorite band, but I'm glad that his solo stuff sounds completely different. It's good to hear his voice on more streamlined arranged songs and I love the Soilwork meets power metal direction he's taken with his last couple albums.