• aug 18.-21. azfeszt

    Ago 26 2010, 15h09 por YippiCola

    na kérem tisztelettel megjártuk az (odab)azfesztet, jó volt, nem is kicsit, úgyhogy most írunk is róla, nem is kicsit. :D

    SZERDA

    az előzetes tervekkel ellentétben reggel 6 helyett 10 óra után indultam el itthonról, kb délre ért föl a vonat a délibe, onnan nyugati, majd heves anyázás hogy milyen sokan vannak a pénztárnál, úgyhogy pótjegyes intercity helyett az 5 perccel később induló mezei gyorsvonattal indultam el debrecenbe. szerencsémre hamar összeakadtam pár jólelkű fiatallal akik szintén a fesztre tartottak, úgyhogy nem telt unalommal a három plusz másfél órás út, ami alatt az is kiderült hogy egyikük a The Sharon Tate dobosa, és nuskullról valamennyire ismerjük is egymást. yeah :D
    kb 6 órára értünk ki a fesztiválra, ami nekem úgy ahogy van első végigjárásra kurvára bejött. tök jól átláthatóan vot megcsinálva a kempingrész, abszolut nem volt tömegnyomor (sőt, az erre elkerített terület méretéhez képest szerintem kifejezetten kevés ember volt - bár azért a képek alapján a reggeli sort nem szivesen álltam volna végig)…
  • Favorites 2008

    Dez 26 2008, 3h28 por Spacekniight

  • 2008 in heavy metal: a look at the best albums

    Dez 15 2008, 0h04 por nufy8

    I should preface this list by saying that it isn't exactly objective. Some bands, though well-received by much of the metal community, aren't to my liking.

    With that said, 2008 has been an incredible year for heavy metal music. I've been listening to metal since 2000, and I must say, this has been the best of those nine years. The albums released by veterans of the genre have been particularly high in quality, which, for a few bands, was surprising. Though it was no easy task, I ranked each of the top releases; the list starts at the bottom and works its way to #1 (oh, how suspenseful!).

    #11.
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/91/Satyricon_-_The_Age_of_Nero.jpg/150px-Satyricon_-_The_Age_of_Nero.jpg

    SatyriconThe Age of Nero

    Despite retaining the dark, caustic atmosphere of traditional black metal, Satyricon is often derided by purists as being "black and roll" instead of "true" black metal. …
  • Thoughts on Scar Symmetry's Holographic Universe

    Mai 31 2008, 18h25 por nufy8

    Melodic death metal band Scar Symmetry has traveled through space and time to tell us about, well, time and space. These themes are no doubt familiar to those acquainted with the band's previous releases, Pitch Black Progress and Symmetric in Design. Incidentally, Holographic Universe shares another commonality with past albums: it's really, really good.

    One of Scar Symmetry's strongest and most prominent attributes has been the vocal flexibility of Christian Älvestam. "Morphogenesis," the lead track, is a prime example this; he's able to parallel deep grunts with melodic singing effortlessly. What's more, the guitars and drums complement him seamlessly to produce a tightly arranged track. As the album plays out, you really get the sense that these guys have an endless supply of memorable songs at their disposal. The catchy choruses of "Quantumleaper" and "Artificial Sun Projection," combined with the downtuned barrages of "Fear Catalyst" and "The Three-Dimensional Shadow