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Stefano Scodanibbio - Reinventions (on CD)


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Haken - The Mountain 

 

London-based progressive metal band Haken have been working on their third album and follow-up to Visions (2011).
The band just announced that the record will be titled The Mountain (2013) and is set for release on the 2nd September 2013 through InsideOutMusic.

Richard Henshall and Charlie Griffiths from the band had this to say about the album's release:
"It has taken a huge amount of time and effort to get the band to where it is today and yet it still feels like the journey is just beginning. It's very gratifying to know that all the hard work we've put in over the years is beginning to pay off. We really believe that alongside InsideOut we can achieve great things and aim to make the next chapter in Haken's story a crucial one."

"To us, The Mountain (2013) is symbolic of our journey as a band, but also reflects the wider trials and tribulations of life. Lyrically, we've done a lot of soul searching which has given the album an emotional depth that we're sure listeners will really relate to, whatever personal mountain they are climbing.
Musically, the new songs feel rawer and more emotional than anything we've created in the past. All the essential elements of our sound are still there but have been delivered in a more gritty and focussed style. We've really pushed ourselves in all areas and truly believe that this album is a step up from any of our previous work, so we are extremely excited about sharing The Mountain (2013) with everybody."

The album was mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren that had work on albums like Opeth's Watershed (2008)and Devin Townsend's Deconstruction (2011). According to the band The Mountain (2013) ranges from the delicate, to the brutal with everything in between.

"We're working with 'Blacklake Design' on the artwork, so having the booklet in your hands when you listen will really enhance the experience."

 

I ordered it in CD format from Amazon, but downloaded a leak online as well so I can listen to it early. Great album, just like their other 2 releases. 


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Van Halen Van Halen - REMASTERED (2000)

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Van Halen Van Halen - REMASTERED (2000)



Good album; awful remaster....
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L.J.- Lost Horizons

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Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More
 
That banjo, man. smily_headphones1.gif
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I was listening to this earlier on the way home etysmile.gif

Girly energetic and bubbly

 

Then I got into a serious mood while reading footy news

 

 

Insane album, absolutely menacing and blistering death metal.

 

Feeling in the mood for some Psy-Trance after this I think.

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The Hero's Return - Pink Floyd from the album "The Final Cut"

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sasakure.UK - 幻実アイソーポス (The Fantastic Reality of Aesop)

 

You can listen to it on Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/album/0pjTNpJBejYjQ71Dbx3RRT

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