Jeff Loomis posts new music

2012-02-29 by Tim Bartolini | 21 Comments
On February 24th, Century Media posted a video of Jeff Loomis performing new music from his upcoming sophomore album Plains of Oblivion. The song Loomis plays "The Ultimatum," the second track from the album. On the album, this song will feature a guest solo from Tony MacAlpine. Plains of Oblivion comes out April 10th on Century Media.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NU5R7kaLdSU

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Aphrodisiac
February 29th 2012
1739 Comments


i can play that

NeutralThunder12
February 29th 2012
8742 Comments


loomis is really good

TheNotrap
February 29th 2012
8252 Comments


Impressive shredding.
Props for MacAlpine guest solo.

Aphrodisiac
February 29th 2012
1739 Comments


Wish it would have been a Caleb McAlpine guest solo :/

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
February 29th 2012
19523 Comments


i hate wank but this guy rules, its tasteful shred

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bloc
February 29th 2012
35315 Comments


Boring

johnnydeking29
February 29th 2012
10080 Comments


Awesome

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ncguitar
February 29th 2012
2489 Comments


DAT RIFFIN'

ssj4gogeta17
February 29th 2012
86 Comments


jesus christ there is some silly ass wankery in that song.

but still a good song

AlasKenColors
February 29th 2012
159 Comments


Pretty damn beast, looking forward to the full release.

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
February 29th 2012
6594 Comments


Song is formulaic to the bone.

These guitar "heroes", when will they ever learn?...

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
February 29th 2012
19523 Comments


he was way better in nevermore but i can tolerate his wank at least

TBliss2
February 29th 2012
506 Comments


I love Loomis, but that was pretty standard for him to be honest.

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
February 29th 2012
18263 Comments


I'm scheduled to review this when it comes out, can't wait

KjSwantko
February 29th 2012
9449 Comments


Jeff is just so damn good it's stupid. Best guitar player in metal for me hands down. His technical ability, theory knowledge, and song writing (as with Nevermore) is all just so far above average.

insta 4-4.5

Makemebad35
February 29th 2012
780 Comments


great. wouldn't expect any less. Just need to get him back in band.

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
February 29th 2012
18263 Comments


So far it sounds pretty great, Captain

YUJOS
March 2nd 2012
971 Comments


Please Jeff return to Nevermore! Who will be playing drums in the album? Van Williams?

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johnnydeking29
March 3rd 2012
10080 Comments


I hope so; Van Williams and Jeff Loomis is a combo made in heaven

KjSwantko
March 3rd 2012
9449 Comments


I can't wait for this album man, it's gonna rape so damn hard

KjSwantko
March 6th 2012
9449 Comments


Album sample video for all the songs posted

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SeJXxsbzYX0



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