I know a lot of band fan pages use white font on a black background color (especially when the band has a "dark" touch), but I find it very hard for the eyes to read (ergonomically this is not a very good color scheme at all). I suggest to revert the colors and use a dark font and a bright backround (maybe using colors similar to the ones used on the album, e.g. a bit sepia-like background color?)
I like this colour scheme a lot too. Black and white is very classy and timeless. The only thing that I would suggest is trying to make more difference between posts. In an other forum that I frequently visit every second post is on different background colour. I´m not saying that is the way to go, it´s just something I´m used to. As there are these white lines with same width on top and bottom part of the post and around the post too, then it ´s sometimes a bit difficult to see where a post ends and new one starts if the post is short. Maybe if there was a thicker white line between posts and thinner lines inside the post?
This is just small noodling as the forum looks really swanky this way and it´s hard to find a better looking forum.
Ok ok ok, I see. ;D But don't you guys see something like "ghost letters" or "ghost lines" appear in your view when you've been using the board for a couple of minutes, like I do? Anyway, I just have to press a keyboard shortcut in my lovely Linux box in order to inverse all colors of the current window, therefore I can simply make my own "color scheme" locally. ;D
Good idea with the changing colors for each post, BTW.