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    We mixed 2 songs yesterday. It was a great experience and we love the results.

    Listen to Prescient Demise by CHOIRS of the VOID on #SoundCloud
    https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/hNUWt

    1 more song left for our lead guitarist to record.

    All told the album has
    10 songs that require a full mix
    6 songs for partial mix
    -2 are bass + vocals only
    -1 is guitar + bass only
    -3 are bass + drums only

    Beyond the mixing and mastering,
    We have our logo to be completed, to decide on the cover and see which label(s) will pick us up.

    Looks like we will be doing a video session at a studio for their YouTube channel plus a live show or 2 later this year.

    I've started on the music for our next album/EP.




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    I must have typed it into existence......

    Our debut album will be released on CASSETTE!!!!
    on Postmortem Apocalypse.

    Unreal. I love cassettes. I don't have 1000+ tapes like in the old days, but still listen to them and always love it when one of my favorite bands has a cassette release of their new album, as Judas Priest and Cattle Decapitation and a bunch of others have done lately.




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    Ill probably order that cassette then as ive been back into collecting them.

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    In this episode Neko and I say goodbye to Cinderella guitarist Jeff Labar and talk about some comments made by Derrick Green of Sepultura in regards to being sober and coherent when performing.

    We also discuss the finale of the Disney+ series "Loki" and what it means for the MCU going forward. Does it open the door for future works or has it given too much away at this point? We also revisit the "top 50 alltime greatest American rock bands" only this time we are giving our own lists. Did we agree or disagree with some of our picks?

    And finally, in the Retro Dvd Movie Vault Neko pulls out all the stops by subjecting Noobs to "The Notebook". Was it a painful experience or was it a decent rewatch? You decide.

    Special thanks to MDRP, Inverse Records, Against PR, and Curtain Calls for selected tracks this week.


    Skeletal Remains- Stench of Paradise Burning (Disincarnate Cover)
    DJ Anubis- Intro
    Thelemite- In For the Kill
    Stress Angel- Starving in a Closet
    Lucifers Hammer- I Believe in You
    At the Gates- Touched by the White Hands of Death
    Pestilence- Mortifervm
    Cerebral Rot- Excretion of Mortality
    Deconsecration- Priestess of the Void
    Reburied- Wings and Horns
    Cognitive Dissonance- Underneath the Soil of Ypres
    Born of Osiris- Oathbreaker
    Take- Power Trip
    Rocking Corpses- Body
    The Rods- Nuclear Skies
    Weezer- Say it Aint So
    Scale the Summit- Form & Finite
    Maze of Terror- Death by Fire
    Sepultura- Desperate Cry
    Devastation- Forsaken Hatred
    Mayhem- Voces Ab Alta
    Emperor- Towards the Pantheon
    Dodskold- Misarens Triumf
    Paganist- Ritual of Hate
    Ilean- Bestia
    Savage- White Hot


    https://therealnoobs.podbean.com/e/h...o-episode-125/

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    We decided to release the album on CD and digital ourselves. We're not going to make any other deal unless we get a vinyl offer we like.

    What we did with our Enkil/Nephilim split was give Nuclear War Now the rights to our music in exchange for X # of copies on vinyl. Made sense to do with old recordings, but not now.

    If nothing we like comes our way, I can get it on vinyl for the band and those who helped make the album easily enough.

    Who knows, our electronic alchemist/keyboardist has tons of connections. If a rights to vinyl only offer comes up, we'd happily do that.

    Next studio session, we work on revisions for 4 songs. Looking forward to every session. It's pretty mind blowing to me. This should have happened in 1992. Waiting this long makes the payoff huge.
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