Good morning, it’s time to metal. It’s a quiet week here at Nine Circles, but is that the case around the metal world? WE SHALL SEE. Here’s some stuff you might have missed from yesterday:
Leading off, Revolver (I know, I know) has a new feature on Ministry during which Al Jourgensen describes how the band blew much of their $750,000 advance for the Psalm 69 record on drugs. Let’s go live to San Diego for a reaction!!!
“Why don’t you spend nowhere with me? Follow the river and the path of the ones. Write our names on the shore. Forever – I can’t find, struggling in a world undefined. Decide how you want it to be, I’m not eternity.”
Obviously, we’re all a little curious about Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann‘s new project, Lindemann. Some further details emerged today, as it turns out Carach Angren keyboardist Ardek will be contributing orchestral arrangements.
Well, we finally have some legitimate evidence that a new Lamb of God record is coming in the near future. And by “near future” I mean “probably 2016.” Better than nothing, I guess.
Thy Art is Murder almost wanted to make noise with the cover of their upcoming album, Holy War. It looks innocent enough now…but it almost featured a suicide bomber. That probably wouldn’t have gone over well.
Finally, because it’s Friday, you’re getting a David Hasselhoff music video. Because it’s metal as all hell.
It’s time for Episode 41 of The Horns Up Podcast, your weekly catch-up on all things metal!
This week, the guys choose their sides in the debate over Facebook-marketing-for-bands, then review new albums from Torche, Pelican and Sarpanitum. Plus, Dan laments the loss of his beloved Parks and Recreation.
All that and much, much more in Episode 41, so check it out!