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  1. wait wait wait. Is it that guys from Bataar? How I aleays hated Bataar, and the one guitarist wjo dreamed of being Die is the most pathetic guy ever. Lol.
  2. So who, is this Patrik guy?
  3. The clean vocals is way too low in the mix, but musically this sounds great. It's not a new Til Fjälls, but it sure does sound like Vintersorg, and when I say that I mean the folky era of the band. And it sounds really fucking nice, despite being a bit overproduced. But you know, this is how I want my Vintersorg and I really fucking like it. Give me the entire album, fuckers!
  4. Sigh - Scorn Defeat (black, clear and orange vinyl) That takes me to 7 different versions of Scorn Defeat. That means I got 9 left until I got a full Scorn Defeat collection. Lol.
  5. Voted Shintaro and Wataru for obvious reasons. Disgusting behavor by both. I mean, come the fuck on, guys. The drug "scandals" are nothing as far as I see it. Don't care if people (artists) snort huge mountains of cocaine ororshoot shoot rivers of heroin on a daily basis or don't do drugs at all as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else. Could not care less.
  6. I'm not a fan of teasers like this, but this sounds promising. Emyn Muil plays epic black metal in the vein of Summoning, Caladan Brood, Kinstrife & Blood and Nazgûl, which tells you all about the sound of the band. Also heavily inspired by Tolkien of course. Emyn Muil's debut Túrin Turambar Dagnir Glaurunga isn't all that to be honest. There's a shitload of good music on the album, but a lot of the songs are way too short. When you play black metal like this you need some lenght on your songs to be able to build the songs properly. The longer tracks (6+ minutes) are very good, but the shorter tracks leaves something to be desired for sure. 10 tracks, 52 minutes. The upcoming album Elenion Ancalima have 5 songs clocking in at 41 minutes. 3, 14, 7, 8 and 8 minutes. So the track lenghts are there for sure, and from the teaser the songs are there too. Sounds more Summoning-esque than the debut too, which I will always consider a good thing. I am really looking forward to this album.
  7. Vampire - With Primeval Force With Primeval Force sees Vampire return to form, and they've managed to renew themself quite a bit. It's raw, it's epic and it's melodic, and it balances these elements really nicely throughout the album. I'd wish for a rawer production, but it works really well. It doesn't sound nearly as soulless or flat as their debut album. Btw, there is a certain Castlevania feeling throughout this album. At least I think so. Droid - Terrestrial Mutations I recommended this band some pages back when I was speaking of Vektor, and Droid are finally releasing their debut album. Not as agressive as Vektor, but they still have a certain Vektor-esque feeling to them. But they're more speed metal-oriented, and they actually sound a bit like Voivod too, unlike Vektor. Beautiful cover art! Looks awesome.
  8. The Source is Ayreon's best album since Universal Migrator. This is his most metallic, guitar-oriented and epic album since Universal Migrator, sounding more grand than the previous more progressive rock-esque oriented albums. Which is a pleasant surprise. I gotta admit that I gre bored with recent outputs as time moved on. I loved The Human Equation back when it was new, but it's an album I never listen to anymore and neither 01011001 nor The Theory of Everything managed to grab me at all. I always end up going back to Into the Electric Castle, The Universal Migrator and The Final Experiment whenever I want some Ayreon.
  9. I was told yesterday that I have to find myself a new place to live. The owners are gonna fix this place up and sell the entire house, so I haven't done anything bad/wrong. But it still sucks. Not sure where I'll go from here on, and what I'll do.
  10. Cool! The vocalist (i assume he is the vocalist) looks pretty messed up. Suits their lyrical themes. Heh.
  11. Black Dragons This is, like many of the other films of this "classic horror" box, not a classic, and it's not a horror film either. Elements of horror there is, but it is mainly a standard thriller. The entire film is a mess. Poorly directed and awfully scripted, but Bela Lugosi and Clayton Moore gives us some grand performances as usual. But the film isn't very good, but it's short clocking in at 65 minutes and the pacing is fairly good throughout the entire film. And there's something about the plot that is quite thrilling, actually. Bad but alright! 6/10
  12. Nightmare Castle Up until the release of this, Mario Caiano, the director of the film, had only made some sword-and-sandal and western films. Nightmare Castle sees him move into the big world of horror and plays alone like a tribute to other gothic horror films of the time. Black Sunday and Castle of Blood are two of the films which comes to mind, and like this, they also star the excellent Barbara Steele. But this time she plays a dual role, which is nice as it just gives us more of her beautiful face and incredible presence on screen. Nightmare Castle is a real underrated film. It's poorly written, but Barbara Steele, Paul Muller, Helga Liné and Marino Masé are doing a real good job, and the atmosphere is really good, and it is these things that pretty much saves the film. Or, they don't save the film, they make the film what it is. Along with Ennio Morricone's brilliant soundtrack. If you're new to the subgenre of gothic horror it's not the first film I'd tell you to watch, but if you are familiar with the genre I'd recommend this a lot. 8/10
  13. Why no one from MH come to Norway and sex with me?
  14. I just can't get enough of the Allahu TRAPbar tracks. They're just too fucking good. I want to dance my way through town tonight while listening to this on a boomblaster which I carry on my shoulder. Not sure if this is a good sign or an extremely good sign. Also, was puking blood on tuesday morning and night to wednesday, so I decided I cannot stop drinking just yet. Got 18 beers and half a bottle of G&T for tonight, so that I can cure my stomach. #Healthy Had some terrible stomach pain during those days, too. Felt like someone was stabbing me on repeat. Was so painful I thought about calling the doctor. And I don't go to fucking doctors. Twice for the past 15-16 years. But it probably means I am dying or something.
  15. Creature from the Haunted Sea A film with a great title and a beautiful poster. This just gotta be good, we all thought., right? Well, it fucking isn't. Creature from the Haunted Sea is a cheap flick partially produced and directed by Roger Corman, a personal favourite of mine. And when I say he's a personal favourite I mean it. He's got so much shit on his filmography, but he's also got some absolute stunning and classic films to his name, and the way he ran his business is impressive as fuck, and the way he gave new faces a fair chance, only to make money himself of course, is easy to adore. But like I said, he's got a crapload of crap in his filmography, and Creature from the Haunted Sea is one of those. A real shitfest. Creature from the Haunted Sea was shot back-on-back in Puerto Rico with two other Roger Corman-produced flicks, The Last Woman on Earth and Battle of Blood Island, from a script that had previously been filmed as Naked Paradise and Beast from Haunted Cave, just slightly rewritten. Roger Corman had some unused scenes left from The Last Woman on Earth and just decided to make a new film based on those. Simple as that. Creature from the Haunted Sea is an attempt at making a horror comedy, spoofing the masterpieces that is Creature from the Black Lagoon and The Lady from Shanghai, as well as standard spy and gangster flicks. The film is all over the place. The horror is lacking, the comedy is pure fucking shit, and the entire film is, as already stated, a shitfest from begining to end. The quality of the pictures itself is poor and the sound is godfuckingawful. But again, like with Atom Age Vampire, there is something about it that I just can't seem to dislike. Or, there is something that actually pleases me, but I can't tell what. Complete shitfest only for the weird. 6/10 And the monster looks like the cookie monster, and at least that's a plus. As cheap and dumb as the monster looks, I gotta admit I really like the look of it.