Polish progressive rock band Riverside have released a teaser trailer for their upcoming album Shrine Of New Generation Slaves. The video includes snippets of two songs: one unknown and the other being “Celebrity Touch”, which will be getting a music video. The first track started off sounding almost like “My Sharona” while the second track sounds like something from Pain Of Salvation‘s Road Salt One.
The band has also released a behind-the-scenes photo from the “Celebrity Touch” music video shoot. The band is posed around several people that have gauze wrapped around their heads. It’s actually slightly spooky, so I’m curious if this video will have a dark side to it. Check it out below. READ MORE
Polish progressive rock group Riverside has unveiled the album artwork and track list for their upcoming fifth studio album Shrine Of New Generation Slaves, which will be released Jan. 21st, 2013 via Century Media/InsideOut Music. You can see both below.
The artwork was designed by Travis Smith, who has done most of the album artwork for bands such as Opeth and Katatonia as well as the Avenged SevenfoldNightmare cover, which many regarded as the best hard rock album cover of 2011. READ MORE
Polish progressive rock group Riverside have announced Shrine Of New Generation Slaves as the title of their upcoming fifth studio. The album will be released Feb. 5th, 2013 via InsideOut Music.
Vocalist Mariusz Duda explains, “In 2012 we’ve been focusing on the work on the new album, and trying to prove, mostly to ourselves, that we can still surprise with something, and what’s most important – create an album that would become our showpiece, music-wise and lyrics-wise. The title might sound a bit intricate, but the acronym [SONGS] will definitely explain what we did with our music this time.”
I used to listen to these guys all the time. I still pull out their debut album Out Of Myself quite often. Songs like “OK” and “I Believe” are fantastic. READ MORE
Now that Dead Island is less than a month away I’m about to burst. Seriously, I’m going to burst and cover these walls with little Adam giblets. So while I’m trying to contain myself you should definitely check out these songs, because they’re pretty easy on the ears, kind of like how easy I am on the eyes. And the bosom. And the [CENSORED]. The song below is the main theme song, and I’m definitely a fan. I wouldn’t mind slaying zombies with a few friends while this played in the background. Would you?
The other two songs, “Surrounded By Zombies” and “Zombie Uprising” can be found after the jump. Just make sure your ears are limbered up first, they’re pretty thick. READ MORE