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More bands for Download


Download is trying hard this year, and well, the lineup is already pretty fucking sweet. Besides the three headliners (The Prodigy, Metallica, Black Sabbath), a bunch of other ones have been added to the annual Download festival, namely: Soundgarden, Lamb of God, Machine Head, Tenacious D (if you wanna see Jack Black be funny play music stand there with a guitar), Trivium, Anthrax, Devin Townsend Project, Chase and Status (if you feel like vibing to some raves), Devildriver

Wait, why the fuck am I wasting my fucking fingers when I can just post the photo. Make the jump and check the poster out, and don’t forget, more bands to be announced.


Devin Townsend likes it big

Devin Townsend is currently planning the biggest show of his career, set to take place next October in London (wow, in my country? Awesome). Who knows, maybe between now and then my girlfriend might have texted me back.

This news comes after last week’s highly successful the Devin Townsend Project shows in London. Devin commented:

“So here’s the next big gig: Next October 27th, at the amazing Roundhouse in London, We’re putting on the most definitive ‘Devin‘ show to date. A culmination of my ENTIRE career with a star lineup and full supporting cast. The show is being called ‘The Retinal Circus’, (named after an old Vancouver club in the ’60s, famous for psychedelic rock shows) and will be more than just a musical performance… there will be an art exhibition, actors, Ziltoid, stilt walkers, fire breathers… you name it.”

Source: Blabbermouth

Wait a second… art exhibition? Stilt walkers? Jeeze, I just want to go to a metal gig, have a few drinks, maybe punch a few kids and hopefully see some tits at the end of it. I don’t need any art crap thanks.


Hear the new Devin Townsend albums

Now this is more like it, although you can also hear the new In Flames album, I’d personally just skip that and listen to new albums from the Devin Townsend Project. Both Deconstruction and Ghost are out now in most of the world, and will be released in North America tomorrow.

Both CDs are now available for streaming  at AOL Music:
Deconstruction: audio stream
Ghost: audio stream

I’ve just given both a quick listen, and they sound fucking insane, which is great, because now I can pretend I’m on mushrooms without being stupid enough to take any. Read more on the albums at Blabbermouth.


Devin Townsend is nice

The Devin Townsend Project have released two brand new tracks from the two forthcoming albums, for you to download for free! That’s right, they won’t cost you a cent. Mad genius Devin Townsend isn’t daft though, because to get the two tracks you’ll have to do some “connect” crap with Facebook and Twitter before you get the links.

Are the two tracks any good? I have no fucking idea, because I’m just too damn lazy to go through all that to get the links. If you’re not lazy, congratulations – how’s that working out for you? But yeah, here’s the link.

Devin Townsend will release Deconstruction” and Ghost — the third and fourth in a series of albums to be made available under Devin Townsend Project moniker — on June 21 (one day earlier internationally) via InsideOut Music. I totally borrowed this from Blabbermouth BTW.


Upcoming albums headlines

All Shall Perish recently revealed the artwork of their upcoming album This Is Where It Ends. View the artwork after the jump.

Djerv, featuring members of Animal Alpha, Stonegard, Wardruna and Trelldom, revealed the album artwork and tracklisting of their debut album. View both after the jump. And no, I have no idea who any of these bands are.

Devin Townsend (pictured above) announced more details about his upcoming albums Deconstruction and Ghost. View the artworks and tracklistings for both albums after the jump.
Deconstruction will feature many famous names, including Mikael Åkerfeldt (Opeth, Bloodbath), Ihsahn (Emperor), Tommy Rogers (Between The Buried And Me), Joe Duplantier (Gojira), Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Floor Jansen (After Forever, Revamp), Oderus Urungus (GWAR), Paul Masvidal (Cynic), Paul Kuhr (Novembers Doom) and Fredrik Thordendal (Meshuggah).

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