Digging: Gabor Szabo - Dreams
Awesome, excellent band.
song is boring
The words in parentheses are epic
I didn't know scientific names were epic.
Digging: Chelsea Wolfe - Hiss Spun
enjoyed the instrumental side of it, but the vocals let it down.
I hate how the links on this site stay on the same webpage
is it really that hard to right click or click back when you're done? it's the same amount of effort
as clicking back to this tab/window.
Im a fan. Good stuff here
Fuck yes! 2011 is a great year for music.
Lol'd hard at the artwork, hated the song.
song is boring 
Giant Squid are one of my favorite bands ever. Song is awesome as expected.
Song isn't all that exciting but I like the new (old) drummer, even if his name isnt' Melville like the last guy. This is probably the shortest song so the rest should be bombastic and awesome.
Never heard of these guys before.
artwork is the tits band is the tits
i agree, there are some damn fine tits on that artwork..
I had better have a ton of fucking cash come this fall
Do want. Will check out soon.
Yeah this fall we're getting Revocation, Wolves in the Throne Room, Opeth, Mastodon, Gojira, and then Giant Squid. Damn, it's like the Murderer's Row of progressive metal.
wish the singer didn't sound like a retarded tankian
artwork is the tits band is the tits  really have a thing for this band
do chicks say something is "the dick" when they really like it?
giant squid o_o
Digging: Seikima-II - From Hell with Love
Pre-order for the brand new GIANT SQUID album, CENOTES, produced by Matt Bayles (ISIS, Mastodon) is up at translationloss.com, now! Special limited shirt package available as well.
Glad some of you are excited what is the most powerful record we've ever made.
Figura Serpentinata (Pycnopodia sapien) makes its world premier at REVOLVER Magazine. Please come rock it LOUD, say some stuff, show us some love if you got it!! We're very proud to gain such great exposure. Click the link below to hear the track - revolvermag.com/news/exclusive-giant-squid-premiere-new-track-figura-serpentinata-pycnopodia-sapien.html