Posts Tagged ‘Fourteen Twentysix’

Fourteen Twentysix to release ‘In Halflight Our Soul Glows’ in January

The Netherlands’ FOURTEEN TWENTYSIX has announced that they will release their new album In Halflight Our Soul Glows in January 2012. Featuring 16 songs, the new album sees the ‘solo act’ develop in a complete band; Jeroen Dirrix, Jelle Goossens, Tom van Nuenen and Martijn Jorissen have joined originator Chris van der Linden in the […]

Interview with Fourteen Twentysix

Fourteen Twentysix are not metal. Nor do they claim to be. Nor do I. Yet, for some reason, they fit Teeth of the Divine’s bill just fine. Last year I reviewed the band’s latest effort, Lighttown Closure, and while I thought it showed a lot of promise, it just didn’t quite reach the premise. This was one of the reasons why I got into a discussion with the band’s primus motor, Chris van der Linden. The other reason was, that on their upcoming new album, Antimatter’s Mick Moss will be making an appearance. Bang! Newsflash! Chris wasn’t the only one to take part in the party though, as Jelle Goossens and Tom van Nuenen from the band popped in and answered a few questions as well. Some even, related to metal.

Fourteen Twentysix – Lighttown Closure

Fourteen Twentysix is a musical extension of Chris van der Linden – a solo efforts of sorts. Aside from a bit of help here and there, Lighttwon Closure sees the Dutchman doing pretty much everything and anything. I’m always a bit wary of such projects, as they tend to set their goals far higher than […]