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April 1st, 2012 saw the release of one of the biggest free downloadable compilations ever to be produced. This compilation is a celebration of the first year of the station Grip Of Delusion Radio, that thumbs its nose at all the conventions of what a radio station should be. The soundtrack to the rapture contains over eleven hours of music brought to you by 114 sludge, stoner and doom centric artists.
Such diverse artists as Ararat, Shroud of Despondency, Elliot's Keep and Undersmile are featured in the massive roster of bands on this three-part series. You can download and stream all three parts to it over here. The first one is the Gospel of the Chosen and the next two parts are Compil-ex Volumes One and Two. Stream the first part down below. Also, check out the programming at Grip Of Delusion radio at its website.
“As the seventh chord was strummed on the First of April, the Book was opened to a great swelling of sound!” ~ Heathenicus 69:33:16
Texas doom horde Elliott's Keep is finishing material for an impending 2012 release. The band already has six tracks down for this as-of-yet untitled third release of theirs. You may listen to material from Elliott's Keep's other two releases, "Sine Qua Non" and "In Medias Res," by heading over to MySpace. Below is a video from the band's second album for the song "Darkest Corner."
Dallas progressive doom metal band Elliott's Keep has issued the following update on their upcoming new album:
"We head back into Nomad studios on Memorial Day weekend to begin recording the new album, Sine Qua Non."
"We will be recording in a series of sessions over the next few months until the album is complete."
"The first session will obviously be the drum tracks. The time is finally upon us. We cannot wait."
Dallas progressive doom metal band Elliott's Keep has issued the following update:
"The writing of our new album is completed. All that remains is finalizing the arrangements for the last two tracks. We are pleased to confirm that the album will again be released on Brainticket Records and we send out our thanks to the mighty John Perez for his ongoing support. The album’s title will be 'Sine Qua Non,' which is Latin for 'without this nothing' – which means, 'without this part of my life, the rest would be meaningless.' The album will be comprised of 9 tracks and will run approximately 65 minutes. We will return to Nomad Studios in the late spring to record again with J.T. Longoria for a late summer/fall 2010 release date. We will be debuting 3 or 4 of the new tracks at the Dallas Doom Daze III festival in April. We are extremely excited about 'Sine Qua Non' and look forward to hearing your response to the new songs."