Thursday, April 22, 2010

Song 26 by The Austerity Program

There has been a lot of talk about their new EP, and I for one, cannot wait for it to come out. Word has it that they got rid of a lot of instrumental elements that was a big part of their last album, Black Madonna. Their best songs were the ones with more singing in them such as "Song 17A" which was my personal favorite from that album, and they cut down the time of all the songs and made them shorter which is brilliant because it will make you want to listen to it over and over again, like what Torche did with their last album "Meanderthal".

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Nachtmystium Releases Track Listing + songs

This is really just something to get me to talk about Nachtmystium's newest album Addicts: Black Meddle Part II. Blake Judd is just absolutely amazing and anything he does never disappoints. Their previous album, Assassins: Black Meddle Part I, is arguably his greatest album to date and was my favorite album of 2008. But the one thing after listening to Assassins the umpteen times I listened to it, I wanted more. Well 2 years later Judd is finally going to give me the fix I have been waiting for, and most likely, he is going to leave me with the same feeling as before. For me, June 8th can't come soon enough. Anyway here is the track listing for their new album.

1. "Cry for Help"
2. "High on Hate"
3. "Nightfall"
4. "No Funeral"
5. "Then Fires"
6. "Addicts"
7. "The End is Eternal"
8. "Blood Trance Fusion"
9. "Ruined Life Continuum"
10. "Every Last Drop"

Addicts: Black Meddle Part II is set to come out on June 8th through Century Media.

You can find their new songs in the link below and I must warn you, you will wish June 8th was here already. And after that, you will probably go back and listen to Assassins and Insticts: Decay a few times too.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Option Paralysis by The Dillinger Escape Plan

Well, another album by TDEP, and another disappointment for the fans that want them to go back to their Calculating Infinity ways. Well I say, too bad for them because this is one kick-ass album. I for one am glad that they don't go back to their old ways because for me, CI was one tone throughout the whole album, an awesome tone sure, but sometimes I like diversity. This album seems kind of like Miss Machine, its got songs that will beat you up and make you want to constantly mosh such as, Good Neighbor and Crystal Morning. Some best of both worlds like Farewell, Mona Lisa and Gold Teeth on a Bum. But it also has some really soft, relaxing songs like, Widower and Parasitic Twins. I can listen to this album no matter what mood I am in which is a great thing for me and a great job by them. This album is a must buy for everybody who enjoys metal and diversity at the same time. Enjoy!