16:28 - Dima seems like an opportune time to link this [link]
16:20 - IronAngel If I were to describe her stuff, I'd probably say something like "psychedelic, drony rock with some gothic flair and the occasional metal-tinged riff." Or something.
16:19 - !J.O.O.E.! Lots of what's called hardcore, and also metalcore, is probably better described as being metal. I think people hear certain kinds of vocals and call it hardcore. Plenty of hardcore is punk based though.
16:17 - Kuroboshi One thing I've never understood is the distinction between metal and hardcore. Also, metal and grunge. It sounds to me like they're all part of metal. :P
Pestilence have uploaded a new song from the upcoming album, their first in fiftheen years, on the band's MySpace page. The band states:
"The recording has been finished for "Resurrection Macabre", only a few details on the artwork and we are done for the release on March 13 in Europe and April 14 in the US. To give a taste of the brutal new material you can listen to one of the new tracks exclusively on http://www.myspace.com/pestilenceofficial. The song "Horror Detox", is the first of three songs that will be uploaded to our myspace page before the releasedate."
Other songstitles are "Hangman (Into The Mind Of An Executioner)", "Synthetic Grotesque (Trying To Create Through Cloning)", "Fiend (Drugaddiction)", "Resurrection Macabre (The Return Of The Pestilence)", "Hate Suicide (Last Hours Of A Suicide-Bomber)". "Resurrection Macabre" features eleven new tracks and the limited edition first print will include three re-recordings chosen by fans. "Out Of The Body", "Chemo Therapy" and "Lost Souls" were voted most.
UPDATED, on 04.02.2009
Another new song "Hate Suicide" has been made available at this location.
Written by Damnated on 17.01.2009 at 01:04 compared to Suspended Animation witch came just after it
What's this mean, exactly? The only Pest song I've heard is Land of Tears which I quite liked and often gets stuck in my head, so I've been wanting to hear more old stuff before trying the new, in fear of tainting my impressions. Now I'm wondering whether to just jump into the new tracks...
Same thing goes for Cynic & Atheist, except I've never heard anything of theirs