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 recently announced new project of Slipknot's drummer Joey Jordison Scar The Martyr confirmed the release of their self-titled debut everywhere on October 1st via Roadrunner Records. If you are curious to hear what the band will sound like, check out the teasers available below.
Scar The Martyr, which is headed by Joey Jordison, have also announced that the band's full lineup will also feature lead vocalist Henry Derek, guitarists Jed Simon and Kris Norris, keyboardist Joey Blush, and bassist Kyle Konkiel. The band is set to join Danzig on their upcoming 25th Anniversary Tour, which will also include performances by Doyle from The Misfits and Huntress. The North American trek kicks off on August 9th at Sound Academy in Toronto and wraps up on August 31st at Tempe, Arizona's Marquee Theatre.
Furthermore, Scar The Martyr will be shooting a music video to accompany the album's lead single, which will be announced in the coming weeks, along with a full album tracklist. Stay tuned for that.