So we’ve finally released the new album. If you haven’t already, download for free at our bandcamp page.
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Almost a year to the day since our last post, so I figure it’s time for an update.
Google Analytics tells us people actually do visit this site. So for those people, we say thank you. To the bots, we say no thank you.
As you’ve noticed, we hardly update this website. We are in fact too lazy to be honest. For any updates, check our Facebook since we update that all the time. We’ll continue to keep this website up as we feel it’s a “must” to be a part of the cool crowd. Until another year!
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We know that it has been a long time since we’ve updated something here. This is solely because we are lazy. We’ll continue to use this, but for the most accurate and up to date news, just check out Facebook. It’s just much easier and more efficient for us to do things there. Our lazy factor is quite high.
In the mean time, we are working on several awesome albums. That is all for now.
The two-man melodic metal machine known as THE NEOLOGIST has just released their sophomore album The Promise of Eternal Separation. Following in the melodic footsteps of their debut album The 26 Letters of Your Universe, these guys certainly don’t disappoint in their latest offering. As with all their releases, The Promise of Eternal Separation is jam packed with extras including a cover version of “Red Clouds” by DISARMONIA MUNDI, a dub-step remix of “A Call To Harms” by JESTER STRIKES, as well as two additional bonus tracks to be released on the bands Kazakhstan release and Vatican City release (both due in October 2012).
THE NEOLOGIST is known for their unique and fan friendly approach to releasing their music for free, and their latest is no exception. The band previously released The 26 Letters of Your Universe for free, as well as an entire IN FLAMES cover album titled In Flames We Trust: Volume I, and tracks from their continuing work in progress of en entire SOILWORK cover album titled Working the Soil. When asked about why they give all their music away for free, bassist Devin Walsh comments, “Would you rather have to pay for it?”
The Promise of Eternal Separation track listing:
1. Fall of An Empire
2. Innate Supremacy
3. Subterranean Creatures
4. Apollo’s Creed
5. In The Name Of…
6. Between the Fallen
7. A Call To Harms
8. My Angel Is A Demon
9. Lost Souls Of A Forgotten Science
10. Red Clouds (Disarmonia Mundi Cover)
11. A Call To Harms Remix – Jester Strikes (Bonus Track)
**12. With Blind Eyes – Vatican City Release Only (Bonus Track)
**13. The March of Sagittarius – Kazakhstan Release Only (Bonus Track)
Single to our song “A Call To Harms”, off of our sophomore album is now released!
Our cover of Soilworks, “Shadowchild”, featuring guest appearance by Samus. Enjoy
Just like our In Flames cover album, we have decided to do a full album of Soilwork covers. Only one song has been chosen thus far, so leave us a comment as to what song(s) you want us to cover on the album!