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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by celticelk, Dec 12, 2014.
Im anxious for all of those too!
Torche - Restarter
Failure - untitled/no release date scheduled as of yet
Clutch - expected as per band statements last year
Queens of the Stone Age - expected as per band statements last year
Faith No More - title still unannounced
Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear
Great Lake Swimmers - no title/release date yet
Open Hand - Weirdo
Well, Nile and Suffocation are planning a tour of Europe this fall, September/October time frame according to Facebook. This, most importantly, follows the release of their 8th studio album.
So we have new Nile forthcoming. I like Nile a lot. I know what to expect, and I dig it. I liked the song arrangements on the last record but the production was too thin for my tastes in complimenting their brutality. But they are better off without a super produced sound. Hoping for In Their Darkened Shrines like dirtiness!
That will be one seriously brutal tour for you lucky Euro SOBs!
New Winery Dogs and Symphony X are all I can think of off the top of my head.
Lamb of god
Harm's Way (#1. Everything else in no order)
No Zodiac (already out, even better than expected)
Thy Art Is Murder
Fit For An Autopsy
New Riverside announced!
So far I had
Serious Black, awesome unexpected surprise, mix of hard rock, German power, AOR
Marduk, really solid black metal album, they mixed they're more groovy dark stuff and fastest blast really well
Napalm Death, you can't go wrong with them if you like what they do
Black Debbath, a solid record of good fun stoner
Angra, a wonderful gem even if I didn't aprreciate the new singer so much
Orden Ogan, they simplified their very riff oriented german power metal a little bit but they made the sound more obscure, so love this album
Blind Guardian, the new album is maybe not the masterpiece I was hoping for, but there's so much stuff some band would make a discography out of it; loads of quality but at times the songs feel disjointed
Finsterforst, I think that in the space of 4 album they become the best Extreme Folk Metal band out there; the new record is so big, powerful and rich that it simply leaves you in awe
New material from David Maxim Micic
Is there any confirmed news of a 2015 Deathspell Omega album? I see a couple people posting that.
And So I Watch You From Afar
The HAARP Machine (a man can dream haha)
I've lost interest in Trivium and Born of Osiris after their previous releases, so it'll be interesting to see what they come up with.
Don't know if anyone has mentioned this but: Dead Planet by Oceano
There best stuff yet.
(Possibly a new Steve Vai record)
(Possibly a new Breaking Benjamin record)
Steven Wilson (Undoubtedly will be amazing)
coheed and cambria and hopefully new tesseract
I'm not 100% sure what's coming out but would love some new:
Swallow The Sun
Twelve Foot Ninja
Hm, the list is quite big, but if any of these showed up this year, I would be more than happy:
New Chimp Spanner;
Full Above The Earth album;
New David Maxim Micic (seriously, this guy is a beast);
New Mestis album;
New Piotrek Gruszka;
New Twelve Foot Ninja (really digged these guys when they first came out, the synergy between the different styles that they use is superb, at least IMO);
New Babymetal (yes, I am not ashamed of mentioning them, these guys and gals rock! ).
There are some others, but I think that's my current priority list.
Don't know if anyone's brought up Arcane Roots, they're a math-rock-esque band from England and they're fantastic. I don't think I've listened to an album as much as I have their debut record, I'm buzzing for their new album this year. You'd be surprised how huge a live band with one guitarist playing a tele can sound.