New Atheist Album in 2015

2014-06-06 by evilford | 48 Comments
The technical death metal group from Florida has officially announced that a new full-length album is in the works, slated for a 2015 release. Tony Choy will be returning to play bass on the album. Founding members Kelly Shaefer and Steve Flynn will reprise their roles as well.


http://www.bravewords.com/news/223435

Tagged: Atheist

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Recreate
June 6th 2014
29 Comments


Gonna rule.

adr
June 6th 2014
7444 Comments


FUUUUUUUUUUCKKK!!!

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Necrotica
June 6th 2014
10584 Comments


sweet

demigod!
June 6th 2014
47105 Comments


hell yeah

FearThyEvil
June 6th 2014
13534 Comments


sweet!

Cappa
June 6th 2014
132 Comments


right on bro

emester
June 6th 2014
6290 Comments


YEAAAAAAH

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evilford
June 6th 2014
26818 Comments


yeah not gonna lie I'm pretty excited for this.

I liked jupiter quite a bit

DikkoZinner
June 6th 2014
4276 Comments


Lots of good news on the metal front lately

evilford
June 6th 2014
26818 Comments


good time to be a metal fan

insanedrexl1
June 6th 2014
893 Comments


m/

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Motiv3
June 6th 2014
8959 Comments


awesome m/

EvoHavok
June 6th 2014
2364 Comments


Oh wow.

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Confucius
June 6th 2014
384 Comments


Last one was good so i hope this will be as well

Jamper
June 6th 2014
108 Comments


bring it!

Kusangii
June 6th 2014
555 Comments


Sweet

BMDrummer
June 6th 2014
12995 Comments


Shweet

boogs
June 6th 2014
232 Comments


neat

Madbutcher3
June 6th 2014
1323 Comments


Should be pretty great

InFiction
June 6th 2014
3796 Comments


Jupiter was actually really good, so this should rule.

SlMBOLlC
June 6th 2014
5551 Comments


Some good solid news

BlackLlama
June 6th 2014
1783 Comments


Should rule; Sput will still complain even if it does :D

Necrotica
June 6th 2014
10584 Comments


Yeah, considering 3.7 is too low for Jupiter ;]

BlackLlama
June 6th 2014
1783 Comments


I wasn't really into them back in the 90's. I've gained a better appreciation of them recently though.

Necrotica
June 6th 2014
10584 Comments


They were so innovative back then; also, Kelly (when he didn't have Carpal Tunnel) was one of the most underrated guitarists in 90s death metal

BlackLlama
June 6th 2014
1783 Comments


Yeah, I'm not sure why I slept on them so much. I was majorly into death metal and power metal at the time, just wasn't in the cards I guess :D

Necrotica
June 6th 2014
10584 Comments


Well, these guys can be pretty tough to get into by death metal standards. Bands like Death and Pestilence are definitely more accessible when it comes to technical death metal :]

bloc
June 6th 2014
35687 Comments


Hope this is good

MO
June 6th 2014
19897 Comments


sweet saw this earlier from a buddy. should be cool

ReAnimator
June 6th 2014
347 Comments


Will be so fucking solid

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facupm
June 6th 2014
10049 Comments


m/

yeah

demon of surveillance
June 7th 2014
880 Comments


hell yeah! i jammed the fuck out of Jupiter when it first came out, with Tony Choy back hopefully they'll go for a jazzier approach

Necrotica
June 7th 2014
10584 Comments


agreed Demon, Tony Choy's gonna make this awesome. As much as I loved Jupiter, I really missed a lot of the jazz elements

Nomos
June 7th 2014
939 Comments


Jupiter was better that it should have been, so this is great news.

tacos N stuff
June 7th 2014
525 Comments


awesome news

InFlamesWeThrash666
June 7th 2014
2639 Comments


My body is ready

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djunior
June 7th 2014
860 Comments


fuck yissssss

Geadom
June 7th 2014
3098 Comments


yes
yes
yes
fuckin yes

erizen826
June 8th 2014
716 Comments


I keep meaning to give Unquestionable Presence another listen. I should probably get on that now.

adr
June 13th 2014
7444 Comments


will rule

BigPleb
January 16th 2015
42329 Comments


Almost forgot about this, get hyped.

Snowdog808
March 12th 2015
2420 Comments


I'm sure looking forward to probably another extreme prog gem from the band that spawned many said gems along with Death and Cynic.

Geadom
March 12th 2015
3098 Comments


Coincidentally, i am jamming JUPITER right now

Tunaboy45
July 8th 2015
8110 Comments


so fucking ready for this now

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Hawks
July 8th 2015
38919 Comments


Yeah so what's the deal with this?

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Tunaboy45
July 8th 2015
8110 Comments


news has been quiet lately hasn't it?

Hawks
July 8th 2015
38919 Comments


I'm sure it's gonna rule whenever they decide to release it. I still gotta jam Jupiter though.

JWT155
July 8th 2015
10983 Comments


Jupiter was fantastic, hard to believe it came out over 5 years ago.



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