France's avant-garde black metallers GLORIOR BELLI will release a new album entitled "Sundown (The Flock That Welcomes)" on May 6th via Agonia Records. Acknowledged for their brand of black metal influenced with a mix of heavy grooves, doom-laden lyricism, and thickly distorting sludge, the band announced a return to their roots on upcoming record. "The production is by far one of the best that Glorior Belli ever had" - comments the band. "Drums & Bass are absolutely devilish and placed under the spotlight. Everything was recorded, mixed and mastered in our own studios, having an absolute control as usual over the sound. The guitar work overall will bring you back to the origins of Glorior Belli".
Greatest Ever Sixties brings you the best-loved songs and artists from one of the most eclectic decades in music. Rock, Country, Folk, Pop and Soul all vie for attention in this incredible value-for-money 3CD set. Featuring Lulu , Tom Jones , Diana Ross & The Supremes , Small Faces, Spencer Davis Group , Julie Driscol, Brian Auger & The Trinity , Marvin Gaye , The Mamas And The Papas , Jose Feliciano , Procol Harum , Long John Baldry , Donovan , Dusty Springfield , 5th Dimension , Scott McKenzie , Ralph McTell , Jackie Trent , Lonnie Donegan and much more.
The Best of A Flock of Seagulls is an excellent 12-track roundup of A Flock of Seagulls' best material. Their catalog wasn't particularly deep outside of the hits "Wishing (If I Had a Photograph of You)" and "I Ran (So Far Away)," but they did do some good new nomantic synth pop, particularly on cuts like "Nightmares," "A Space Age Love Song," and "Telecommunications," all of which are here. As a matter of fact, this really does contain all of the group's best material, and while new wave fetishists will likely go for the actual albums anyway, most listeners will be more than satisfied with this.
This is a great collection of rare and hard to find tunes compiled by Jeffrey Glenn. Hundreds of odds & ends by little known groups, famous singers, and famous singers before they became famous.