Diario

  • Timekilling.

    Gen 26 2010, 6:59 di HighLordMhoram

    1. What is your name?
    Song: Situazion: Lebensgefahr
    Comments: Fail. Good song, but completely irrelevant.

    2. Will you get far in life?
    Song: Tomorrows Dead
    Comments: Given that I have a fair chance of dying any day with no warning, it seems appropriate.

    3. How can you get far in life?
    Song: No More Tears
    Comments: Seems about right. It's served me well thus far.

    4. What is your profession?
    Song: Intro
    Comments: Ahahaha. Sure, why not?

    5. What do you really want from life?
    Song: Human(Intro)
    Comments: No. I hate humans in general.

    6. What should you do to help others?
    Song: Tyrants
    Comments: I'd actually be a pretty damn benevolent dictator, so yes. But I'd hate every moment of it. I don't want a burden like that.

    7. What should you do to help yourself?
    Song: Walk, Don't Run You Fucking Idiot
    Comments: Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha. I love my track renames.

    8. Will you succeed in life?
    Song: Ephemeral
    Comments: I'll succeed in life for one day only? Yeah, that doesn't surprise me in the least.
  • Black Sabbath (Heaven And Hell) In Vancouver

    Mar 13 2007, 2:36 di badinsults

    Sun 11 Mar – Heaven And Hell, Megadeth, Down

    Black Sabbath is and always will be my favourite band. Ever since I first heard the song Psycho Man on the radio back in 1997, I have strived to listen to as much Black Sabbath as possible. When it was announced that the Dio-era lineup of Sabbath was going to reunite, I obviously got very excited. What topped it off was that they would start their world tour in Vancouver! Regardless of their title of Heaven And Hell, everyone was there to see what it truly was, Black Sabbath.

    Anyways, I had floor tickets and expected some great metal.

    Down started things off. I hadn't heard Down before, but I felt that they put on a good show. There were quite a few Down fans there, most of who were probably still in high school. Anselmo seemed legitimately surprised that the crowd was as rowdy as it was. He egged on people to smoke weed, which soon filled the air. The irony was that the worst song they played was about smoking weed.