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    the Japanese version has an entire bonus DISC (i.e. 2xCD+DVD with an 8-panel digipak) through Daymare Recordings! no tracklist available yet, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fortheloveofgod View Post

    woohoo!!!!!!!!

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    1. Threshold of Transformation (Demo) 9:38 Not Available
    Play 2. Ghost Key (Alternate Demo Version) 8:34 Not Available
    Play 3. Wills Dissolve (Alternate Demo Version) 6:56 Not Available
    Play 4. Carry (Demo) 6:30 Not Available
    Play 5. False Light (Demo) 7:44 Not Available
    Play 6. Grey Divide (Demo) 16:34 Album Only
    Play 7. Streetcleaner 5:44 Not Available
    Play 8. Hand of Doom 8:38 Not Available
    Play 9. Not in Rivers, But in Drops (Melvins/Lustmord Remix) 5:30 Not Available
    Play 10. Holy Tears (Thomas Dimuzio Remix) 12:14 Album Only
    Play 11. Temporal 2:03 Not Available
    Play 12. Way Through Woven Branches 6:24 Not Available
    Play 13. Pliable Foe 7:44 Not Available
    Play 14. 20 Minutes / 40 Years (Acoustic Version)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonsinthesky View Post
    the Japanese version has an entire bonus DISC (i.e. 2xCD+DVD with an 8-panel digipak) through Daymare Recordings! no tracklist available yet, though.
    2CD & DVD is standard. Daymares has an extra DVD I believe.

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    ^ woops, good catch. ever curiouser, though...

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    i was really hoping that temporal would turn out to be a full "normal" song and not just a short ambient drone. oh well, it is still cool to get the demos.

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    Leaked. Really digging Grey Divide. Sounds like a Red Sparowes song.

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    Yeah really great. At 16 Minutes!!

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    Daymare version pre-order: http://inoxia-rec.com/shop/index.php...roducts_id=882
    Bonus CD, making 3xCD & 1xDVD. No mention of what's on the CD. Could just be a couple of live tracks (like the bonus CD on Panopticon), could be something with more substance.
    Pretty expensive.

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    So the cd was supposed to have a download code for five extra demos. It didn't.
    i assume the Japanese bonus disk is these five demos.

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    Yes, I'm really curious as to what these 5 extra demos are.

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    Looks like

    1. From Sinking (Demo)
    2. Syndic Calls (Demo)
    3. In Fiction (Demo)
    4. 20 Minutes 40 Years (Demo)
    5. Hall of the Dead (Demo)

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    why would the download be 5 unreleased tracks, but one disc of the set has 6 tracks i have already? i hate when bands do this stuff. as a fan it's like being smacked in the face. awesome set anyway.

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    ISIS CELESTIAL RE-ISSUE: available for order today - CD, 2xLP, new t-shirts, etc.

    http://www.bluecollardistro.com/isis/


    Get your Palms and Isis!!!

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    I love that new Celestial artwork.

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    Every time you guys bump this thread, I secretly hope they are back together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Stanton View Post
    Every time you guys bump this thread, I secretly hope they are back together.
    Me too actually, haha.

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    unghhhh and with brian cook on bass it's gonna be SO GOOOOOOOOOOOOOD

    i hate it when labels have "websites" that are just wordpress blogs (like the one that's releasing the album on vinyl)

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    I saw MGR (Michael Gallagher's project) live this spring as a part of 5-band post-rock/metal festival, where he played two slow ambient numbers with only him on guitar (sounded much like everything he released so far) and then continued with two or three heavy Isis-like songs, backed by the guys from A Storm of Light (who also played later as headliners).

    These heavy songs is what I'm interested in, I didn't recognize them neither as anything he released himself nor as Isis covers. Can you?

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    Probably a good thing the band ISIS is no longer around, if only because of their name.

    Love the band, but considering the terrorist group under the same name…yikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznor2112 View Post
    Probably a good thing the band ISIS is no longer around, if only because of their name.

    Love the band, but considering the terrorist group under the same name…yikes.
    Anthrax in 2001 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    I saw MGR (Michael Gallagher's project) live this spring as a part of 5-band post-rock/metal festival, where he played two slow ambient numbers with only him on guitar (sounded much like everything he released so far) and then continued with two or three heavy Isis-like songs, backed by the guys from A Storm of Light (who also played later as headliners).

    These heavy songs is what I'm interested in, I didn't recognize them neither as anything he released himself nor as Isis covers. Can you?
    That's cool, I didn't know he was still doing stuff as MGR. Nova Lux was one of my most played albums a few years ago.

    I don't recognize that heavy song. There's still some MGR stuff I haven't heard, but I would guess it's a piece of his fleshed out? Or maybe new material.

    Quote Originally Posted by Reznor2112 View Post
    Probably a good thing the band ISIS is no longer around, if only because of their name.

    Love the band, but considering the terrorist group under the same name…yikes.
    Anyone getting the two mixed up needs some smelling salts or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    I saw MGR (Michael Gallagher's project) live this spring as a part of 5-band post-rock/metal festival, where he played two slow ambient numbers with only him on guitar (sounded much like everything he released so far) and then continued with two or three heavy Isis-like songs, backed by the guys from A Storm of Light (who also played later as headliners).

    These heavy songs is what I'm interested in, I didn't recognize them neither as anything he released himself nor as Isis covers. Can you?
    Hey, just came across this - http://roboticempire.bandcamp.com/track/the-hard-road - thought you or anyone else here might enjoy.

    It's an unreleased MGR song with the full band, kind of like what you saw live. Sounds great!

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    I just bought this yesterday, maybe someone else would be interested as well:
    https://www.roboticempire.com/store/...653abff7802f44

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    Thanks for the headsup. I have a 2nd or 3rd pressing of this, but I'm intrigued by the remaster.

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    So the Oceanic vinyl has been delayed. Anxious to hear it. I was able to get the splatter green.

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