New Leucosis Release

2013-06-18 by DarkNoctus | 17 Comments
Californian black metal group Leucosis have released a new release following the release of their self-titled album earlier this year with III, featuring 28 minutes of material that can be streamed and bought at Bandcamp.

http://leucosis.bandcamp.com/album/iii

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DarkNoctus
June 18th 2013
9261 Comments


the s/t is better but this is still worth checking out

Wizard
June 18th 2013
19922 Comments


Miles better. S/t was a piece of shit.

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DarkNoctus
June 18th 2013
9261 Comments


oh okay

BallsToTheWall
June 18th 2013
45453 Comments


No idea why BM bands still wanna do 20 minute songs. I'm too ADD for this shit but i'll try to listen.

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Wizard
June 18th 2013
19922 Comments


Sorry Noctus, I didn't read your post right. Their s/t was just plain boring.

Tyrael
June 18th 2013
21003 Comments


lol wiz

Ignimbrite
June 18th 2013
5759 Comments


have released a new release following the release


hehe

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geasoftime
June 18th 2013
1138 Comments


I'll check this out because everyone thought the S/T was great, even though I didn't like it. Maybe this'll click.

DarkNoctus
June 18th 2013
9261 Comments


release

Wizard
June 18th 2013
19922 Comments


Gone through this E.P. a few times now and it's not as great as I thought.

3/5

SabertoothMonocle
June 18th 2013
493 Comments


I thought Leucosis was only popular with preppy frat boys in Maryland and the Northeast?

zaruyache
June 18th 2013
9599 Comments


Isn't "preppy fratboy" oxymoronic? Or has that also become a new "fad" in the last few years? I thought I was the only one that fanboy'd this band ;_;

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Betacra
June 18th 2013
307 Comments


I remember seeing 'Pulling Down the Sky' on a blog when it came out and I never bothered checking it out. I'm going to check this out now.

SladetoBlack
June 18th 2013
152 Comments


I liked the S/T. Kinda reminded me of the last Buried Inside album, who I miss dearly.

I remember some guy coming on here a few months ago saying he had been kicked out the band after having written most of the riffs on the S/T and asking people not support the band. Like I give a shit.

zaruyache
June 18th 2013
9599 Comments


I saw a comment on their facebook page that implied something like that, so it makes sense. Especially makes sense when they said they had to take a few additional months to write extra material after a line-up change (if I remember right) before recording. :/

zaruyache
June 18th 2013
9599 Comments


Just read their ex-guitarist's explanation on the other news article. Sucks. I really liked his playing, though, and I hope he goes on to form or join another project. Guy was a good guitarist.

PistolPete
June 18th 2013
3787 Comments


I read this as "Neurosis" and got excited. I'll be leaving now...



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