Posts Tagged “Dialogue”

Japan’s Crossfaith is releasing a new six track EP titled “Zion,” which is now available in digital format through iTunes.

“Zion” was recorded with the legendary “Machine” (Lamb of God/Everytime I Die/Four Year Strong) in New York, and a music video for the track “Monolith” can be found below. The track listing is:

1. Monolith
2. Photosphere
3. Jagerbomb
4. Quaser
5. Dialogue
6. Leviathan

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Sweden’s Diabolical has posted an in-studio clip from the recording of new “Neogenesis,” which can be viewed below. The band also commented:

“The title is, as some of you managed to figure out – NEOGENESIS. Apart from being a physiological term, the title translates to ‘new beginning.’ The word originates from greek and latin and it marks a new beginning for DIABOLICAL in many ways. Furthermore the title has a much more profound significance to the theme and concept of this album. We have already recorded the basics for the whole album, and the full track listing is below.”

1. Into Oblivion
2. Metamorphosis
3. Oracle
4. Ex
5. World in Silence
6. Reincarnation of the Damned
7. Fields of Nihil
8. Dialogue with the Dead
9. Wolves’ Choir
10. The Age to Come
11. Humanitas

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Not much dialogue needed for this one, other than to state I have in my archives somewhere, a looseleaf rendition of these knights from March of the Saint which took me an entire afternoon of freehand to replicate. I, of course spun March of the Saint on cassette over and over, along with Delirious Nomad. Remember, in those days, you had to stop and flip the tape over. Sometimes you had to fast-forward to reach the end of a side before flipping. Sometimes you fast-forwarded if the song sucked. Assuredly, nothing sucked about March of the Saint, one the most metal album covers in the genre’s history.

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What is it about Facebook? Is it necessary that they live in both the worlds of necessity and loathing at the same time, all the time? Everything about this site pisses me off, save for the communication it gives me to those I want to stay in contact with. In the last several months, I have been noticing a steady trend of bands adopting Facebook as their new social media home, abandoning the struggling Myspace as a result. This simple fact of bands switching universes isn’t what troubles me, what troubles me is the 10 year old attitude of bands requiring you to “like” them before they let you listen to any music…whatsoever. What the fuck Facebook/band that is full of themselves?! Why am I required to jump on your fucking bandwagon just to listen to your new single?

I received a notice in my mailbox about the new Vampires Everywhere! cover of Katy Perry, I was actually eagerly trotting along the information super highway (sidenote: I wish more people would use the term information super highway…it makes the Internet still sound new age.) in high hopes of experiencing something so ghastly, that I would whip up a nice new AMR post lambasting it’s very existence, but now, I have to go find another fucking outlet to listen to this new fucking cover. While I’m sure Century Media and the band don’t want me to post on this new, terrible cover (another sidenote: watch this song be fucking brilliant), it just seems counter-productive to make people WORK to listen to your new music.  I thought the whole concept of promotion was to allow ample access to the masses so people buy your shit. Makes sense to me, but Facebook and their band cohorts don’t seem to think so!

So yeah, my next post will be a pleasant dialogue on the Katy Perry cover, and rest assured, it will NOT be via Facebook!

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U2 approached NASA with the idea of incorporating dialogue between the band and the crew aboard the International Space Station into concerts.

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