For those that have been sitting around in anticipation of the Subgenre of the Week for this week… tough shit. It’s posting has been delayed a bit. But fret not, it’ll be up for you to dabble in by the crack of noon tomorrow. And I promise, it’s a fun one.
Anyway, after a long weekend, let’s get caught up on some news. Here are your Quickies for today:
- From the In Flames camp, we have ourselves a release date and more for Siren Charms. It will be out September 9th with a single available June 13th. Honestly, I have no idea what to expect from this album. But fingers crossed.
- In another episode of Not-Really-Metal-News, Godsmack almost broke up. This is upsetting. It’s upsetting that they didn’t break up.
- Paul Allender has left Cradle of Filth. The band still has a full length scheduled to be released next year. Neat.
- More on this is in an upcoming episode, but you can stream The Atlas Moth’s new record in full. The album is called The Old Believer and it will be out June 10th.
- We mentioned this in Episode 7, but we officially have a stream of Opeth’s “Cusp of Eternity”. Personally, I think I’d rather listen to this on repeat for an hour instead of a once-through of Heritage. Anyway, here it is, on Horns Up, officially:
Curious as to your thoughts, but I think it’s a step in the right direction. Anyway, more fun stuff tomorrow, including the Subgenre of the Week. I promise. Maybe.
“Ein Bier… bitte.”
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