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Re: Skald In Veum

PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2015 16:37
by Pirate
davo wrote:
Yup, fully legitimate. Technics is part of Panasonic, they've just relaunched the brand. They've got online streaming/downloads, some reasonably priced (but underperforming) hifi stuff (amp at £1250, streamer at £850, and some truly abysmal speakers at £1100), and some megabucks stuff (I think the full system is around £80000). I'm downloading it now.


Great, only available in the UK it seems.

Re: Skald In Veum

PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2015 22:42
by davo
Pirate wrote:
davo wrote:
Yup, fully legitimate. Technics is part of Panasonic, they've just relaunched the brand. They've got online streaming/downloads, some reasonably priced (but underperforming) hifi stuff (amp at £1250, streamer at £850, and some truly abysmal speakers at £1100), and some megabucks stuff (I think the full system is around £80000). I'm downloading it now.


Great, only available in the UK it seems.


:(

Re: Skald In Veum

PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2015 15:58
by Pirate
Finally got a hold of this in lossless format at 7digital.com :D

Re: Skald In Veum

PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 15:43
by Pirate
My vote for best extreme-metal release since Antestor's 'The Forsaken'. Loving this release!