01:11 - Apothecary I got that one as well, it's quite good. Hard to describe, as usual, but I'll find the words ;)
01:10 - The Maratha Can't wait for new Terra Tenebrosa album from DM
01:05 - Apothecary It basically sounds like what I wish Blut Aus Nord were doing right now
01:05 - Apothecary Amatsu, you're the second person to ask me that over the past few days, haha. Yes I have though, I got it for promo from Debemur Morti and plan to review it :)
00:47 - BlackEssence King Of Rome is a concept album about Napoleon Bonaparte's final campaign against his nemesis Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington, leading up to his eventual defeat at the Battle of Waterloo.
00:21 - TrueMetalJope I have this theory that stoner is the master genre, I'll have to look into it more
Vader are on a roll! After revealing us their brand new single, today the Polish death metal machine reveal the cover that will grace their new album Tibi Et Igni as well as the song titles. The artwork was handled this time by Joe Petagno (Motörhead). See the cover below and tell us what you think about it.
Vader mastermind Piotr states: "Joe is a Legend! Not just because he created Motörhead logo or breathtaking artworks for many outstanding albums. Joe is over all times and his imagination touches the Hell itself... And this is enough reason to ask him for painting 'a Hellfire' for Vader's new music. He accepted it and... made me so proud!"
Joe Petagno adds: "They have been on my 'get in touch' list for years. Finally we managed it and for a Killer album very appropriately titled: Tibi Et Igni."
By Joe Petagno
01. Go To Hell
02. Where Angels Weep
03. Armada On Fire
04. Triumph Of Death
06. Abandon All Hope
07. Worms Of Eden
08. The Eye Of The Abyss
09. Light Reaper
10. The End
12. Des Satans Neue Kleider
Bonus 7" Vinyl Version:
Side A: 01. Necropolis
Side B: 01. Przeklęty Na Wieki (Cursed Eternally)
The new album will be released on May 30th, 2014 via Nuclear Blast. You can pre-order it here as well as the new single Go To Hell.
Was just thinking this looked very familiar... then I see "By Joe Petagno" beneath the image.
I thought their artwork was getting to be too much about a sort of sculptural look, with too much focus on a single "scary" object, and now it's kind of an evil scene, like classic death metal should be.