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  • Zarom

    I'm doing quite fine, except that I still have some exams and homework to finish. Most of my grades are good, and my last class will be the 20th. I do feel very tired though, it was the busiest semester I've ever had, but thankfully the next one won't be as bad. What about you?

    14 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • lawlypopz

    How's music????????

    13 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • mrmichel0927

    Ya, Theocracy's new album is awesome. You listen to some great music. If you ever need any recommendations, just hit me up. Just in case you haven't heard of Sinbreed, I think that you will love them based on your artists!

    2 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • Tenozuma

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv4_FJPgnHY - - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WXeHT661xM - - - Like or not?

    29 Ott 2011 Rispondi
  • martinazote

    thanks dude, you listen some pretty good music too!

    16 Ott 2011 Rispondi
  • plan3s

    People tend to underrate Blaze's performance and blame him for these albums even thou most compositions were made by Harris. Steve had some real life problems by the time he wrote most of these two albums and that affected their style. Some will like it, others will just say "hey this sounds shit cause there is no Dickinson". Unfortunetly for the band, style evolution (which persisted through new albums as we see) came after that split, and Blaze got blamed for all these early reactions. From perspective of time, people start to understand the value of Virtual XI and The X Factor, simply because they are much more like The Final Frontier or A Matter of Life and Death. In my opinion, in modern, albums like The Number of the Beast are very poor lyrics-wise and perhaps music-wise too. The only thing that keeps em rated so high is their legacy and nostalgia. But we have to be objective, these songs are no longer played at night clubs, and we no longer wear torn denims and fancy leathers

    15 Ott 2011 Rispondi
  • dckerley

    Thanks so much for the kind words! So glad you like it. More to come soon!

    18 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • Solstice-Coil

    Awesome. Enjoy!

    12 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • Solstice-Coil

    Oh, excellent! Good to know that people are taking the time to listen to our music, after watching a 10 minute long parody. This really breaks every short attention span accusation about people on the internet. Then again, what's 10 minutes for prog lovers, aye? ;-)

    10 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • sandowner1

    Greetings Tim, thanks for add :)

    9 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • Solstice-Coil

    Hey Tim, 10x for the friendship. It's nice to meet you! Here's a video for a progressive metal song called Too Many Regets: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwZj5MDYphU

    8 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • Ravenlord

    Thanks man! Same goes for you!

    14 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • MysticBoogy

    Thanks. Same to you, very nice selections

    8 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • MrCoalTrain

    Dammit Tim. I've been playing Morrowind and listening to Theocracy too much >.<

    4 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Zarom

    Well, everything turned out pretty well. I passed all my college exams with decent grades, so I'm happy for that. Right now, I'm taking some time to relax and enjoy life. I'm looking for a job too, but I'm kinda lazy also. It's true there isn't much music we both like, but anyway. I don't even know most of the artists you listen to. As for ZD, I still go from time to time. I post occasionaly when I find an interesting thread. But since I haven't been able to access the shoutbox for like a year, the place has become a bit boring. So yeah.

    26 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • xPfuntnerx

    Thank you! I'm glad that you took the time to read the review. You've gotten plenty of great bands in your charts, and it would be an honor to see my own band in those ranks. It means a lot that you're giving your ears to us, if only for a moment. As for Kondo, I love his work, but as my own charts can prove, my favorite VGM composer will always be Nobuo Uematsu. Oddly enough, I've never played Ocarina of Time. Blame it on the fact that I only had a playstation as a kid, and these days. don't have enough time to devote to video games as I used to.

    23 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • Tenozuma

    Ack, did I say Tales From the Twilight World? I meant Somewhere Far Beyond. Not that the former is bad by any means. All the albums have several memorable songs. :) Even the first ones and 2006's A Twist in the Myth- I love the first song on that "This Will Never End".

    13 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • Tenozuma

    Imaginations itself was a step in the more 'epic power metal' direction compared to the old stuff. The other stuff will sound a little more thrashy/speed metal, much less vocal layers (and singing ability, I should think) while still having that folk tinge and epic quality. Tales From the Twilight is worth checking out if Imaginations is your favourite, and further back if you like that too. At the Edge of Time should have something for everyone at any stage, but it took me like 10-15 listens to love the whole thing. :P

    13 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • Tenozuma

    1000/1000 characters :D So, in summary, or TL;DR, get the new album and the live albums (mentioned above). The live albums put emphasis on different elements of the songs both old and (at the time) new, and the crowd (singing) adds additional power that is missing in the originals. :)

    13 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • Tenozuma

    Those 3 albums are a trinity of of veritable sublimity for me. At this stage, A Night at the Opera is the reigning king but it has so many layers and is so unrelentingly bombastic and... siegelike that it IS hard to take in at all at first. I know it did nothing for me upon first listen. Definitely favourite now though. So, you've got two choices, forward or backward. The newest album "At the Edge of Time" is considered to be a good compromise between the over-the-top-and-beyond stylings of Night at the Opera and the older, Imaginations-era style, almost like an intended clarification of what Blind Guardian is about, by exemplary components. Ride Into Obsession (from that album) is SO epic. Backward it gets more stripped down but no less melodious or powerful. Somewhere Far Beyond for example, is well worth looking into, and the live albums are great. It was the live albums (Live, Tokyo Tales and Imaginations through the Looking Glass) that introduced me to their old, classic material.

    13 Giu 2011 Rispondi
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