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  1. Rather than opening a new topic everytime anyone sees a new preorder or release and clutter up the board with obscure metal bands that only a few people might appreciate, I figured it would be a great idea to have one thread that encompasses all new extreme metal releases and pre-orders. Of course if a release is well known, then by all means it warrants it's own thread on the boards, of course. If you don't think it's a huge release, go ahead and post it here. Here we'll see bands of extreme metal genres like death metal, thrash metal, grindcore, black metal, Avant garde progressive metal. And any other extreme metal group that fancies our taste. I've seen a lot of metal releases around the Cyber space that I don't see posted here but I didn't want to clutter up the boards with shit only a few people would like. Anyways, I'll be posting Some metal bands here and you can too!
  2. Invisible City is the 10th studio album from China’s leading instrumental rock band WANG WEN, whose international audience has grown tremendously since 2016’s critically acclaimed album Sweet Home Go!; a dark, bleak and melancholic sonic journey. It comes as a bit of a surprise that Invisible City has a much warmer overall feel to it, and even more so since the album was recorded at Sundlaugin studios in Iceland in January… not exactly a warm place. “We are a group of people who are always affected by the surrounding environment”, comments guitarist Xie Yugang. “There was a small river running outside the recording studio in Iceland. We recorded our album during the coldest time in Iceland, but because of its special geothermal resources, that small river didn’t freeze. When we looked at it from afar, it seemed to be enveloped in a shroud of water vapor. That small river made a lasting impression on me somehow, it became a symbol for hope”. WANG WEN are hailing from Dalian, a grim city in the North of China where large groups of young people currently move away towards more prosperous regions of booming China… a depressive environment, as Yugang confirms. Invisible City is WANG WEN‘s proud and conscious statement against the all-surrounding depression, and also to some degree a declaration of loyalty towards their home: it is an album full of hope. The recordings of Invisible City were completed once again under the supervision of Belgian producers Wouter and Lode Vlaminck, with whom the band had worked with already on the previous album. „This time we had a deeper understanding of each other”, Yugang says, “and we trust each other deeply. Before we got to Iceland, we exchanged ideas on how to record the album, in hopes that everyone would be able to bring their own feelings regarding Iceland and this particular studio into a sort of re-creation process while recording in the studio.” This worked out well, the entire album was recorded within 10 days only. “Even though we had to work for over 12 hours a day, we didn’t feel tired. In an atmosphere like that, we made an album that evokes a feeling of warmth as we were hoping for, despite the polar nights outside of the studio walls”, Yugang concludes. The artwork of Invisible City was done by award-winning Chinese illustrator CEN JUN, who lives in New York. When the band approached him, the artist confessed to being a big fan of WANG WEN, who have been selling out 1500-capacity venues across China on their recent tour. Cen Jun, who has worked for GQ, Vogue and the NY Times, created 4 exclusive paintings for Invisible City, perfectly complementing the works of a band that take outstanding care not only of their music, but also of the visual and haptic aspects of their art. https://pelagic-records.com/wang-wen-to-release-invisible-city/

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