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Taman si me utesio malo tim opisom, pa pogledah omot, nema sajberpank, jbg :(

 

Kakav omot bokte, kao Immolation omot + dzinovska Sotona :haha:

 

Ima i katedrala da odes da se pomolis

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ima na Spotify prva pesma, evo slušam baš

 

Piles of Little Arms

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Pravim sad baš acc da bih čuo novu pesmu i vidim ovo:

 

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Za pol stoji Non-binary opcija, što prvi put vidim na nekom sajtu, pa sve vam jebem nenormalno :haha:

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Dobra nova pesma skroz.

 

Mada tako je bilo i za Nevermore. Cekam ceo album ali vratilo mi se vere neke.

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Бангава слика скроз. Дај Боже да не буде и музика таква. Maда ми Такер враћа мало вере у овај бенд.

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odlicna stvar. jako nadrkana, besna, sjebana. neocekivano originalna, nije copy paste neke stare pesme.

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Mada tako je bilo i za Nevermore. Cekam ceo album ali vratilo mi se vere neke.

 

Nevermore bila bas zicer stvar, ovo zvuci kao neka nova energija

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Где слушате то?? Нећу да мрцварим по 1 песму и онда почнем да се надам бадава. Чекам васцели албум. 1 песма никад није била мерило целог албума :P

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Meni ovo mirise na te pomerene pesme sa F i G, opet cu reci da je pravi potez sto se Taker vratio.

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Uuuuu sjajna stvar, jeste da zvuči bukvalno kao skinuta sa The Grey Eminance-a (Warfather), al dobro svakako bolje i ta opcija nego Illud..

 

Omot sa druge strane stvarno užasan, sad mi ona spejs varijanta (od pre godinu dana) deluje čak i prihvatljivo u odnosu na ovo njesra, ni ovaj černi logo se nije nešto uklopio kako treba.

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Legendary death metal unit Morbid Angel will unleash the ninth studio album on December 1st via Silver Lining Music and JVC in Japan. Titled "Kingdoms Disdained," the record reunites founding guitarist Trey Azagthoth with bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker.

 

Just one play of Morbid Angel's searing "Kingdoms Disdained," and you'll realize that this is the only true current aural document of a world sinking into uncharted despair. "The album title says it all," says Tucker, "everybody's fed up and nobody can figure out how to fix it. We've got all these miniature wars in neighborhoods, cities, countries, and we've got people with varying opinions causing chaos, yet everyone is doing what they feel is right. Which all makes it feel like the world has reached a point of utter madness and confusion."

 

As if fate constructed the moment, these forefathers of death metal found themselves witnessing the storm's eye as they prepared to create "Kingdoms Disdained," deciphering it with their ferocious music via long-held Sumerian-based beliefs. "It's been written but nobody pays attention, because we erase our history," furthers Tucker. "We don't understand much about the Sumerian texts because things got erased, buried, and broken up. And for years, Trey and I talked a lot about the idea of those Gods waking up and coming back to show us that they're angry."

 

Recorded at Mana Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida and produced by Morbid Angel with Erik Rutan (Morbid Angel, Cannibal Corpse, Hate Eternal, Six Feet Under, Belphegor), Azagthoth, Tucker and drummer Scotty Fuller (Annihilated; former Abysmal Dawn) created eleven pieces of devastatingly dynamic death metal. Compositions such as "Garden Of Disdain," "Architect And Iconoclast," and "The Pillars Crumbling" supremely illustrate Azagthoth's incredible creative alchemy with Tucker as well as his own incomparable guitar work.

 

"We're always trying to paint pictures; to create images," notes Tucker, "and I think this album is a fair image of the world today, but taken from a different perspective; the perspective of those Gods who built this, who may be resting now but are starting to wake up."

"Kingdoms Disdained" also features artwork courtesy of Irish mixed-media artist Ken Coleman, who created a series of pieces that further augment the stories being told. Don't walk meekly around the edge of "Kingdoms Disdained," go all-in on the journey and Morbid Angel's intense importance to these times will be crystal clear.

 

The track listing is:

 

1. Piles Of Little Arms

2. D.E.A.D.

3. Garden of Disdain

4. The Righteous Voice

5. Architect And Iconoclast

6. Paradigms Warped

7. The Pillars Crumbling

8. For No Master

9. Declaring New Law (Secret Hell)*

10. From The Hand Of Kings

11. The Fall Of Idols

* not on vinyl version

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