00:49 - Sun Shiny If you hover on the link you can see the address he's sending you to, it's just an MS review. I got the same notice from Mozilla, but you can add it to the "exception" list, nothing to worry about. :)))
00:48 - Karlabos That's weird. Coz the link actually told me MS was malicious. And it seems the URL doens't have the https anymore (if there was before, I don't remember =P)
00:46 - J. N. Metal Storm is now malicious. Sweet.
00:38 - Karlabos Yeah he posted a freaking virus on the SB. Ban him. I lost all my HD
00:36 - Risto PocketMetal: Who is it? Chrome claims the page is malicious :x
Three years down the line from their last studio album, Japanese heavy metallers Onmyo-Za have announced they'll be releasing two new albums this coming autumn. 風神界逅 (Fuujin Kaikou) and 雷神創世 (Raijin Sousei) will be the band's eleventh and twelfth albums respectively. No release date has yet been set, but it has been confirmed the albums will be released simultaneously, and the recent single 青天の三日月 (Seiten No Mikazuki) will be included on Raijin Sousei.
The tracklists for both albums have also been revealed.
01. 風神 (Fuujin)
02. 神風 (Kamikaze)
03. 然れど偽りの送り火 (Saredo Itsuwari No Okuribi)
04. 一目連 (Ichimokuren)
05. 蛇蠱 (Hebimiko)
06. 飆 (Tsumujikaze)
07. 無風忍法帖 (Mufuu-Ninpouchou)
08. 八百比丘尼 (Yaobikuni)
09. 眼指 (Manazashi)
10. 雲は龍に舞い、風は鳳に歌う (Kumo Wa Ryuu Ni Mai, Kaze Wa Tori Ni Utau)
11. 故に其の疾きこと風の如く (Yue Ni Sono Toki Koto Kaze No Gotoku)
12. 春爛漫に式の舞う也 (Haru Ranman Ni Shiki No Mau Nari)
Great news. These guys and Chthonic from Taiwan are the most impressive from the Far East Asian metal scene.
You forgot about Dir En Grey.
I would not include them simply because these bands (Chthonic, Onmyouza) come up with the specifics of the area from which they originate. Chthonic has the folk elements and Onmyouza too. Dir En Gray is more like a blending of American/European metal styles without that trademark of the area they represent (though for a while they did belong to the Visual Kei style). Bad shit is about Onmyouza... their music is very restrictive to the Japanese market and makes it hard for Europeans or Americans to purchase their works (found them at 2-3 times the normal price).
Now! That's What I Call News
This is my third favorite band, and to announce two new albums is just splendid!
This is something I wish to see from bands like Dragonland and Symphony X as well, it probably won't happen, but one can wish.
At least this band's doing it, and judging by the single this is going to be a blast, perhaps the best Onmyo-Za album/albums to date?