So I got rear ended in my car and now I have a dodge avenger as a rental while my cars getting body work done. Which is cool because now I can do donuts and hit as many potholes as I want.
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Sir William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, (1824-1907) was Professor of Natural Philosophy at Glasgow University, and was well known for his work in many branches of physics, including electricity. The first transatlantic telegraph cable was layed in 1858, reducing the time it took for messages to cross from days or months to hours. The success of the system relied on an instrument that could detect the tiny electrical signals that had passed so far under the sea. Thomson’s galvanometer was the only instrument sensitive enough to detect reliably the first transatlantic telegraph messages. Made by J White.
Die Without Hope, was recorded at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida and produced by the esteemed Mark Lewis (ARSIS, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, WHITECHAPEL, DEVILDRIVER, DEICIDE, SIX FEET UNDER). Cover art for the album was created by renowned artist and longtime collaborator, Godmachine. The recording also marks the introduction of new lead guitarist and longtime friend of the band, Jordan Lockrey. The album is out on the 3rd of March and you can now be pre-order the album, here: http://smarturl.it/CRNFX-DWH-NB.
Die Without Hope track listing:
01. Salvation Is Dead
02. Dark Days
03. Condemned To Decay
04. Die Without Hope
05. Hatred And Slaughter
06. Dragged Into The Grave
07. Rotten Souls
08. Last Words
09. Reflection Of The Forgotten
10. Where The Light Dies
On recently signing to Nuclear Blast, Lewis continues: “Signing with Nuclear Blast is a career defining moment for CARNIFEX. To be aligned with the largest metal label on earth is a true honor. This world-wide deal signals a turning point for us as a band and individuals. Together with Nuclear Blast you will see CARNIFEX like you have never seen us before. Prepare yourself for an album that crushes any and all expectations. An album that will stand as the definitive mark for modern metal”.
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