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Post by UndKeineZwEier » Thu Jun 13, 2013 5:19 pm

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Though to be honest there really aren't that many albums I know of coming out later this year.


I haven't really been keeping much of an eye on who is releasing what this year, but off the top of my head I can't think of many releases the rest of this year I'm really looking forward to.

No doubt there will be some surprises though - I do try and listen to a range of new albums, and to be honest the 8/10 I gave Like Clockwork indicates (to me at least) there's plenty of scope for another band to release a better album.  Won't be TesseracT though - couldn't get through 3 songs when listening to that album this morning. 

 


I haven't checked out TesseracT yet. I might sometime in the future, but we'll see. There are still a couple of albums that have already released that I still need to check out sometime, like Alice In Chains, Intronaut, and Kylesa.
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Post by N.Y.H.C. » Sat Jun 15, 2013 2:29 am

UndKeineEier said

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UndKeineEier said 
Though to be honest there really aren't that many albums I know of coming out later this year.


I haven't really been keeping much of an eye on who is releasing what this year, but off the top of my head I can't think of many releases the rest of this year I'm really looking forward to.

No doubt there will be some surprises though - I do try and listen to a range of new albums, and to be honest the 8/10 I gave Like Clockwork indicates (to me at least) there's plenty of scope for another band to release a better album.  Won't be TesseracT though - couldn't get through 3 songs when listening to that album this morning. 

 


I haven't checked out TesseracT yet. I might sometime in the future, but we'll see. There are still a couple of albums that have already released that I still need to check out sometime, like Alice In Chains, Intronaut, and Kylesa.


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Post by petemasterpete » Sat Jun 15, 2013 3:24 am

UndKeineEier said

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UndKeineEier said 
Though to be honest there really aren't that many albums I know of coming out later this year.


I haven't really been keeping much of an eye on who is releasing what this year, but off the top of my head I can't think of many releases the rest of this year I'm really looking forward to.

No doubt there will be some surprises though - I do try and listen to a range of new albums, and to be honest the 8/10 I gave Like Clockwork indicates (to me at least) there's plenty of scope for another band to release a better album.  Won't be TesseracT though - couldn't get through 3 songs when listening to that album this morning. 

 


I haven't checked out TesseracT yet. I might sometime in the future, but we'll see. There are still a couple of albums that have already released that I still need to check out sometime, like Alice In Chains, Intronaut, and Kylesa.


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hellboy1975 said


UndKeineEier said 
Though to be honest there really aren't that many albums I know of coming out later this year.


I haven't really been keeping much of an eye on who is releasing what this year, but off the top of my head I can't think of many releases the rest of this year I'm really looking forward to.

No doubt there will be some surprises though - I do try and listen to a range of new albums, and to be honest the 8/10 I gave Like Clockwork indicates (to me at least) there's plenty of scope for another band to release a better album.  Won't be TesseracT though - couldn't get through 3 songs when listening to that album this morning. 

 


I haven't checked out TesseracT yet. I might sometime in the future, but we'll see. There are still a couple of albums that have already released that I still need to check out sometime, like Alice In Chains, Intronaut, and Kylesa.


skip Alice In Chains, it was a let down.

 


I'd suggest skipping TesseracT, as well... that shit is horrible... HB's three songs was generous
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Post by hellboy » Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:40 am

The Kylesa album was good though!

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Post by UndKeineZwEier » Sat Jun 15, 2013 11:33 am

I'll end up checking them all out at some point. I have a compulsion where if I think there's a remote chance of me liking something I have to check it out some point.
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Post by UndKeineZwEier » Sat Jun 15, 2013 11:45 am

Kylesa is next on my list. It'll probably be awhile before I end up getting to Alice In Chains and Tesseract.
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Post by ziggy23 » Sun Jun 16, 2013 7:27 am

http://www.spin.com/articles/queens-of- ... view-2013/

THE SPIN INTERVIEW: Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme
- You like noisy music?
- Yes. The louder the better. Stops me from thinking.
- You don't like to think? What do you like?
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Post by ziggy23 » Sun Jun 16, 2013 7:37 am


- You like noisy music?
- Yes. The louder the better. Stops me from thinking.
- You don't like to think? What do you like?
- Never thought about it.

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Post by petemasterpete » Sun Jun 16, 2013 11:16 pm

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http://www.spin.com/articles/queens-of- ... view-2013/

THE SPIN INTERVIEW: Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme


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Post by ziggy23 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:44 am


- You like noisy music?
- Yes. The louder the better. Stops me from thinking.
- You don't like to think? What do you like?
- Never thought about it.

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Post by petemasterpete » Tue Jun 25, 2013 4:18 pm

Josh does acoustic cover of one of my favorite songs:

 

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Post by petemasterpete » Fri Jun 28, 2013 9:04 pm

15-20 minute interview segment starts around 19 minute mark... pretty funny

 



 
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Post by Davvda » Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:00 pm

Check out Deafheaven's Sunbather aswell.

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Post by hellboy » Sun Jun 30, 2013 3:12 am

Davvda said
Check out Deafheaven's Sunbather aswell.


Seems like a quite random quote for the QOTSA thread (though I agree it's a good album worth checking out, especially if hipster black metal is your thing).

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Post by UndKeineZwEier » Sun Jun 30, 2013 9:19 am

I assume it had to do with my talk of best albums of the year.

 

Black metal isn't really my thing, but I've heard good things about that album so I imagine I'll check it out eventually.
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It's alright this album, bit humdrum.

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Post by thesheedspot » Mon Jul 01, 2013 5:21 am

hellboy1975 said

Davvda said
Check out Deafheaven's Sunbather aswell.


Seems like a quite random quote for the QOTSA thread (though I agree it's a good album worth checking out, especially if hipster black metal is your thing).


i liked sunbather from the standpoint of the instruments, but my god, does anyone REALLY like vocals like that? or is it just like "oh yeah, this is so heavy and dark". bc imo, that album would be 100% better if it was just instrumental.

 

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thesheedspot said

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Davvda said
Check out Deafheaven's Sunbather aswell.


Seems like a quite random quote for the QOTSA thread (though I agree it's a good album worth checking out, especially if hipster black metal is your thing).


i liked sunbather from the standpoint of the instruments, but my god, does anyone REALLY like vocals like that? or is it just like "oh yeah, this is so heavy and dark". bc imo, that album would be 100% better if it was just instrumental.

 


Nah, instrumental bands are a bit boring.  The vocal style suit the music, so I'm not sure what the issue is really.  I don't think anyone listening to those vocals thinks "oh yeah, this is so heavy and dark" like most of the detractors of that style seem to frequently suggest.

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Post by ziggy23 » Mon Jul 15, 2013 9:30 pm

JOSH HOMME HOPES NEXT QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE ALBUM WILL BE HAPPIER

Queens of the Stone Age released their latest opus, …Like Clockwork, last month to universal acclaim and strong sales. The album was a long time in the making, and band frontrunner Josh Homme brought in many friends to help along with the process, among them Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys.

Now Homme seems keen on returning the favor. Speaking with NME, Homme discussed his contribution to the Arctic Monkeys’ upcoming studio album and hinted at what is in store from the record. Speaking at the Rock For People festival at Hradec Kralove in the Czech Republic last weekend, Homme said: “I sang on the new Arctic Monkeys record. It’s a really cool, sexy after-midnight record. It’s called ‘AM’, so I guess that’s really obvious. And it’s really good. It’s really good. It’s not disco [as such], but it’s like a modern, dancefloor sexy record. It’s really good.”

Homme also confirmed that Queens are likely to follow-up ‘…Like Clockwork’ in quicker time than the six years it took to follow ‘Era Vulgaris’. But he said the band were keen to maintain an element of surprise: “One of the coolest things about doing this is to surprise people. It’s to come out of nowhere. The music world is almost like just a huge dark backdrop, and you wait for something shiny to come out that you wanna hold onto. And it’s gone so quickly.”

Homme continued: “You make a record and the initial excitement is there, and ideally you make a record that lasts and lasts and lasts, but you have no way of knowing if that’s gonna happen. And I think because we took six years we should jump in again. I don’t know what that is, but I never tell you exactly when that is because it’s part of what’s cool about this whole thing. This is a business of surprising and exciting people and making them forget what’s normal, and I would never ruin that by saying exactly when that moment is. But we will, and hopefully it’ll be [a] much happier… record.”

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Post by ziggy23 » Tue Sep 03, 2013 9:59 am

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Post by hellboy » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:08 pm

Nine Inch Nails Queens Of The Stone Age Co-Headline Tour Dates
with special guest Brody Dalle

Thursday, 6th March 2014
Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney – All Ages

Saturday, 8th March 2014
Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Newcastle – All Ages

Tuesday, 11th March 2014
Perth Arena, Perth – All Ages

Thursday, 13th March 2014
Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena, Adelaide – All Ages

Friday, 14th March 2014
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – All Ages

Monday, 17th March 2014
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – All Ages

Wednesday 19th March 2014
Vector Arena, Auckland

Saturday 22nd March 2014
CBS Canterbury Arena, Christchurch

Tix:

Frontier Members pre-sale from 12 noon local time on Tuesday, 22nd October until 12 noon local time Wednesday, 23rd October (or earlier if pre-sale allocation exhausted)

General public on sale from 9am local time, Thursday 24 November

GA – $125.00
A reserve seats – $125.00
B reserve seats – $105.00
Tickets are surprisingly cheap!

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Post by Krazy_blah » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:27 pm

^^^ I don't know of you or anyone else plans on going, but if you definitely want tickets just sign up on nin.com and try to do their pre-sale.

You can only buy two tickets though (and there isn't any price advantage) and they're not transferable- very strict, so if plans fall apart and you can't go: you're fucked.
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Post by petemasterpete » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:14 pm

Krazy_blah wrote:^^^ I don't know of you or anyone else plans on going, but if you definitely want tickets just sign up on nin.com and try to do their pre-sale.

You can only buy two tickets though (and there isn't any price advantage) and they're not transferable- very strict, so if plans fall apart and you can't go: you're fucked.
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