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Old 08-06-2012, 11:31 AM
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ISIS To Release 'Temporal' In November

Finally, here is some news on that retrospective / compilation album they've been hinting at for a while. Apparently, it will contain both audio and video material. For those of us who have nothing new to look forward to in the way of Isis, this is perhaps at least some semi-fapworthy news.

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ISIS will release "Temporal", a retrospective collection of unreleased rarities, remixes and videos, on November 6 via and Ipecac Recordings.

"Temporal" spans the groundbreaking band's entire discography with inclusions from "Mosquito Control" to the band's final full-length album, "Wavering Radiant".

"It was fun and also very nostalgic collecting material for this release," commented Aaron Harris. "I hear our catalogue differently now that I'm not living with these songs day to day. This is a special collection of outtakes, demos, unreleased tracks and videos; some of which I think we even forgot about."

More details including a complete track listing will be released soon.

In other news, Decibel magazine profiles one of ISIS' landmark albums, "Oceanic", in the magazine's September issue. The seven-page interview with all five bandmembers (Jeff Caxide, Mike Gallagher, Aaron Harris, Clifford Meyer and Aaron Turner) speaks to the "sea change" that "Oceanic" was for heavy music. Albert Mudrian, editor-in-chief for Decibel, explains: "ISIS may have left a massive void in heavy music's body when they sailed away for good a couple of years ago, but the ripples of 'Oceanic' continue to cause waves a decade after its release."

Harris, Caxide and Meyer recently partnered with Chino Moreno (DEFTONES) to form PALMS. The band's debut album will be out in early 2013 via Ipecac.

Turner's OLD MAN GLOOM released "No" in late June and he will be touring Japan this September with MAMIFFER.

Gallagher continues on with his solo project MGR as well as scoring films, most recently "22nd Of May".
Source: http://www.blabbermouth.net/news.asp...sitemID=177664
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Hopefully there's a good amount of songs that haven't been heard on this.
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Hopefully there's a good amount of songs that haven't been heard on this.
That's what I'm hoping for.
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No is good indeed. Sadly I haven't listened to it as much as I should have by now.
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