Also, the LP version of the split is already out. That should be changed to show that they're doing a vinyl pressing of their demo, which I'm also quite excited for.
right on. I've been trying to get into Black Metal and these guys are are making it easy-ish.
Digging: Ion Dissonance - Cursed
Digging: Carnifex - Die Without Hope
sputnik announces erection
^ It's called Ash Boner. Though they are quite good.
Profound Lore is scooping up all the good bands, I like it. Looking forward to this.
Digging: Morbus Chron - Sweven
Digging: Artificial Brain - Labyrinth Constellation
Digging: Thou - Heathen
Time fo some celebratory masturbation
I hope the release it on tape too and not only vinyl, my record player sounds like shit.
And isn't portable.
Digging: Moon Ate The Dark - Moon Ate The Dark
Collective Sputnik metal boner plus me. :D
So the oarsman is standing at attention in the canoe.
cool, should be good.
Digging: Chelsea Wolfe - Pain Is Beauty
Hell yes. One of my favorite bands.
very good news
Album of the Year.
Digging: - Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever
I love Ash Borer to death, but I'm gonna have to disagree with the above statement just because Neurosis.
*my album of the year.
Sputnik is gonna jizz all over itself so hard in 2012.
"So the oarsman is standing at attention in the canoe."
LO motherfucking L
Digging: Peaking Lights - Lucifer
From Ash Borer's blog:
"We'll be making an appearance at the Gilead Media fest in Oshkosh, WI this April alongside Fell Voices, Thou, and many others. This will likely be our only non-local performance until the PL release. "
So, uh, anybody else actually considering flying out for this? Because I am, haha.
The festival is on Saturday April 28th & Sunday April 29th at the Time Community Theater.
Why Wisconsin of all places?
Because Adam Bartlett, the guy who runs Gilead Media, is putting this on from his hometown, basically.
Makes sense, I guess. Most of the audience will be dairy cows, though.
You'd fit right in, Angel. :]
Gonna get milked like a bawsssss.
In all seriousness, though, there's actually a surprisingly decent community for metal out in Wisconsin.