Sunday, March 27, 2011
Morbid Angel bersama title album terbaru 2011
Dah lama tak membaca even ada menerima rss feed dari blabbermouth.net. Malam ni terasa nak menyiapkan kerja tapi mood takde, so aku just menghabiskan masa dengan info pasal Morbid Angel.
Tak, aku tak pergi Singapore Mei nanti untuk menyaksikan diorang.
Reason: Aku dah rasa a bit loose dgn gig death metal especially stail Morbid Angel. So, better dengar lagu dari CD je la..
Anyway, as rumors spread about their 2011 album as follow up to Heretic (2003) aku rasa agak teruja untuk mendengar apa Morbid Angel 2011 akan tawarkan selepas hampir 8 tahun. Just copy and paste effort dari blabbermouth.net:
Florida-based death metal veterans MORBID ANGEL have set "Illud Divinum Insanus" as the title of their eagerly awaited new album, due on June 7 (one day earlier internationally) via Season Of Mist. Prior to the release of the album, a single for the song "Nevermore" will be out on May 16 as seven-inch vinyl and digital download. The B side will be another song from the album, remixed by COMBICHRIST.
"Illud Divinum Insanus" was recorded at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida with engineer Erik Rutan (former MORBID ANGEL guitarist and producer for such bands as CANNIBAL CORPSE and GOATWHORE). The new CD will be the band's first to be recorded without longtime drummer Pedro "Pete" Sandoval, who last year underwent back surgery for a deteriorating disc problem. Filling in for him on a temporary basis is Tim Yeung, who has previously played with DIVINE HERESY, ALL THAT REMAINS, NILE, HATE ETERNAL and VITAL REMAINS).
MORBID ANGEL guitarist Trey Azagthoth in 2009 spoke to Revolver magazine about the band's upcoming album, which will mark the Florida-based group's first release to feature bassist/vocalist David Vincent since 1995's "Domination".
"We played the new song 'Nevemore' on the last tour and that kind of shows where our heads are at," he said. "I'd say it's like an assemblage of all sorts of stuff from the catalog and some new influences. I listen to a lot of hardcore [techno] music now — the fuckin' serious, artistic stuff, not that crap you hear at the clubs. That stuff has impact and it's really extreme. Even if there's no guitar in it or no real drums, the energy coming out of the speakers is amazing." He added, "All I can say is, when it's ready, it's going to be extreme and outside the box. And, hopefully, the songs will inspire people to look deeper inside themselves for 'the stuff' and to tap that potential that we as human beings have."
Expectation: still fast, brutal with mesopotamian myths as theme.
Level of expectation: 6 out of 10 (not much differentiation with others)
Let's us wait for the light of June.