|Scale The Summit Studio Update|
2013-03-20 by RedTravis713 | 21 Replies | 1143 Views
After a few album teasers online, Texas' instrumental/progressive metal band Scale The Summit have announced on their facebook page that Guitar World has posted the first studio update for "The Migration". The album is scheduled to be released sometime in April.
The album trailer can be seen and heard here: http://www.guitarworld.com/exclusive-scale-summit-premiere-trailer-new-album-migration
Have a feeling this is gonna be good based on that tapping about 2 min in
I wasn't too interested from the first updates, but the music on this update actually sounds pretty interesting
Digging: Das EFX - Dead Serious
Digging: Kendrick Lamar - good kid, m.A.A.d city
Probably gonna be dope, I thoroughly enjoyed their last album.
band says this is their best work yet. can't debate facts
this is gonna slayyyyyyy
Digging: Emperor - In the Nightside Eclipse
I can tell this album will be epic.
The band continues to progress with each release, and the clips in this video were awesome.
Digging: Olafur Arnalds - ...And They Have Escaped The Weight Of Darkness
god damn I wish they had a vocalist
sounds awesome. I didn't really like the collective, hopefully this is better.
fucking aoty. damn these guys are good.
Their first album was so cool, I'm looking forward to this.
I really hope these guys stop bluntly ripping off Chuck Shuldiner riffs.
Digging: Demilich - Nespithe
Looking forward to it
Digging: Cult of Luna - Salvation
"I didn't really like the collective"
This is gonna rule so hard. Love the direction they took with The Collective, and this sounds like a continuation of that. Can't wait
"I really hope these guys stop bluntly ripping off Chuck Shuldiner riffs."
I don't know what it is, but these guys are phenomenally talented and yet the music is so uninteresting. I think it's a lack of emotion in the playing. Animals as Leaders, TRAM, and Intervals feel so much more emotional to me. Just my two cents.
Tapping at the end was badass though.
^ I'd agree with this if we were talking about their first 2 albums, but The Collective owns anything by AaL. One of the more emotionaly instrumetal albums i've heard. I haven't heard any TRAM or Intervals though.
I still don't see how it's going to come together, but Chris's tapped riff around the 3 minute mark was fantastic.
Digging: David Maxim Micic - Bilo 3.0
The tapped riff is fantastic, and agreed that the Collective is more emotional then their previous works.
It's strange because I thought the last AAL album was really plastic and dull