And I should contemplate this change
I wouldn't worry about it if they sound fine to you. Seems like people are mostly nitpicking. I have remasters and originals and both sound fine to me.
It's probably an audio geek thing. The remasters are victims of the loudness war and sound muddier and more compressed than their more dynamic counterparts.I only heard the remasters and they sound perfectly fine to me.
With pride we present to you some information on our new album. We didn't dare to make another out of the order record like Nostradamus (remember this album? we promised to play it live but chickened out). This time no risks, no surprises. We decided to play it safe and present something we know all fans will love: an album that combines the calmer atmospheric moments of Sad Wings of Destiny with the production and heaviness of Painkiller... ...
Yeah, that's what made me think it was a joke too. In all honesty though, an album with the atmosphere of Sad Wings and the heaviness/production of Painkiller would make for an ideal Priest album for me. Had to be sure.I actually searched for it, but then I read it again and saw the "chickened out" part
Yeah, that was the more believable ingredient in this "press release".In all honesty though, an album with the atmosphere of Sad Wings and the heaviness/production of Painkiller would make for an ideal Priest album for me.
Well, yeah, of course they're gonna play it safe. That was basically what they'd been saying for awhile now in their interviews.
Gotcha! A joke, but as you might have guessed, there's a serous edge towards this. I bet Priest will play it safe (and you can also read my criticism on how they handled the previous album).
Yeah, that was the more believable ingredient in this "press release".