20:55 - 3rdWorld Everyone misses it. #MakeJoe'sListGreat Again.
20:55 - !J.O.O.E.! I scooped everything off it that was 8 and over and pasted it in the summary bit at the top anyway.
20:54 - Jaeryd Well, I don't go through music as fast as the rest of you, so I like even your old lists for an idea of what was good for each particular year.
20:53 - !J.O.O.E.! Maybe more like 40% / 60% in favour of dark ambient though really. - Lol, that list hadn't been updated since April, I'm surprised anyone missed it at all =P
20:51 - Jaeryd Alright, I'm down for that, then. BTW, what happened to your bigger 2016 list? I was using it to explore random albums, haha. I guess your smaller one will make my explorations a little more focused, but still...
20:47 - !J.O.O.E.! Heard it a few days ago, and yeah, it's pretty damn good :P sort of half an half dark ambient and droning black metal.
20:46 - Jaeryd [link] I have no time to listen to this today but someone check this out and tell me if it's any good
"Welcome The Sickness" is the new official music video from Danish metallers Mercenary, that is now available for streaming. The track for this video is taken off their latest output Through Our Darkest Days, released back in July 2013. This video clip was directed and produced by Mircea Gabriel Eftemie. Check it out below.
The band comments on video: "We're immensely proud finally to be able to present our new video for 'Welcome The Sickness', which Metal Hammer Germany has been so kind to host! It's been a great and fun experience making this possible through a crowdfunding campaign and interacting with the fans in a whole new way. We are very grateful for the support, as we would never have been able to finance a visit to Denmark's biggest greenscreen studio with professional lights and makeup followed by two months of post production on our own. Moreover, we are really really happy with the striking, atmospheric and visually dramatic way in which director Mircea Eftemie made our musical universe come to life. Without an incredible amount of hard work on his behalf this video wouldn't have been possible either, so please send a lot of kudos his way."