• Future Delayed – Mankind Path Of Self Destruction
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    Future Delayed – Mankind Path Of Self Destruction

    Watching T.V. series like Space 1999 makes us feel that in 1975 they thought we already had a space station on the moon by now; Maybe a few flying space ships and, at least, solar system interplanetary capable and a few futuristic stuff looking odd today, but still, they achieved it. In “Back To The Future” we have hover cars and boards by 2016. And there are plenty more examples like these. I sit back and wonder… what happened? Are we so dumb we got stuck in time? I tried to travel back by looking at the music, the art, and the general popular culture, along with what our imagination…

  • Afterlife - The Terrible Illusion
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    Afterlife – The Terrible Illusion

    I was hearing how a friend of mine got all enlightened about how he found where we go when we leave this “material” body and reach another level of existence. Sincerely, I shouldn’t know if I should laugh or cry, I probably did both at the same time. I had to ask. – Where were you when you slept last night? – No answer. He knew I wasn’t talking about the physical self, that was probably in his bed, but not remembering being in this world or any other world for that matter, is really a no-go. Someone is in for a rude awakening. We are all energy. And I…

  • Wintersun: The Forest Seasons - Review
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    Wintersun: The Forest Seasons – Review

    “metal is just noise and screaming”… or… you know… dozens of layers of different instruments and melodies combined to majestic awesomeness. Tracklist: 01. Awaken from The Dark Slumber – Spring 02. The Forest That Weeps – Summer 03. Eternal Darkness – Autumn 04. Loneliness – Winter Review: Let me start by stating this: if you don’t understand this album, forget waiting for “Time II”, it won’t be your over-the-top thing and will only bring you even more confusion about the direction the band took during all these years of songwriting. Coming between “Time I” and supposedly “Time II”, “The Forest Seasons” is the “intermission” the band wanted to do, showcasing…

  • The Ad-Blocking Inconvenient Truth
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    The Ad-Blocking Inconvenient Truth

    Passion Blogs vs Established Websites or The Money-Making Machines versus Honest Knowledge: The Ad-blocking Inconvenient Truth I was browsing for a related family advice article and even for the word “love” this other day when I stumble on a curious result across all search engines, at least the ones I know of, related to the subject. I got established websites during the search results that have little to nothing related to the matter, probably just one or two posts amidst a canopy of other messy SEO friendly and optimized articles that in the end will not help the internet user at all. These websites are the culprit for why people…

  • War for the Planet of the Apes - Movie Review
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    War for the Planet of the Apes – Movie Review

    Story: After the Apes endure dreadful misfortunes, Caesar grapples with his darker impulses and starts his own mythic journey to retaliate for his kind. Devoured by wrath and melancholy, Caesar sets out on an individual journey for retribution. His own meticulous mission to even the score brings Caesar (Andy Serkis) into a critical clash with a multitude of people drove by a merciless colonel (Woody Harrelson), in an epic fight that will decide the destiny of both the species and the fate of the planet. Review: Because of either passionate minutes or action scenes in enormous fights and cool visuals, War for the Planet of the Apes is an accomplished…

  • Sorrow Plagues: Homecoming - Album Review
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    Sorrow Plagues: Homecoming – Album Review

    Tracklist: Departure Disillusioned Isolated Irreversible Relinquish Homecoming Review: In quite a while I heard a good number of good albums of post black metal and ambient dark metal, and Sorrow Plagues – Homecoming, always stood a bit longer in the player, maybe due to exceptionally satisfying harmonies, or just the symphonic components that give a wider expansion to this musical collection. Into the effective blend, the vocals appear most climatic than average along the dark metal music, demonstrating the band ability to compose and play capacity for making a background melodic soundscape. This collection brings a decent variety of solid black metal with symphonic components as British performer David Lovejoy…

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming - Movie Review
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    Spider-Man: Homecoming – Movie Review

    Story: After his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May. With the help of his mentor Tony Stark, Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine, balancing his life as an ordinary high school student in New York City while fighting crime as his alter ego Spider-Man. When a new threat emerges, everything that Peter holds most important is threatened, requiring him to take action. Review: Spider-Man as of not long ago was a closed world, now, with the infusion of MCU characters into his viewpoint, Peter has his own new tech and stylistic layout, cordiality of his Avenger tutor Tony…

  • Kinestetika - The Art of Touch
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    Kinestetika – The Art of Touch

    Another recommendation of something I found while browsing nice music: You might want to listen to this music while you relax or meditate, it really gets you into another state of mind. MP3 legal downloads are also available, support the musicians, buy and download their music from their websites: http://vk.com/kinestetika KINESTETIKA – The Art of Touch (Mix by Kinestetika) The Ocean Of Love (Chillout Mix) Edelweiss (Original Mix) Dreamcatcher (Original Mix) The Sixth Sense (Original Mix) Color The World (Original Mix) Diva (Original Mix) Galaxy (Chill Out Version) Magic Sitar (Original Mix) Wings (Chillout Mix) The Breath Of Passion (Original Mix) Green Eyes (Original Mix) Melody Of My Soul (Original…

  • Pure Wrath - Ascetic Eventide - Album Review
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    Pure Wrath – Ascetic Eventide – Album Review

    Tracklist: Colourless Grassland Mountain Calls Clouds Retiring In Cold World Pathetic Fantasies Between Water and Winds Review: 2 years in the works and this work of art is out to an audience of unquestionable requirements, meaning, all supporters of outlandish black metal. Acoustic and melodic moments interval with an impacting lead discharge that brings the whole work an extraordinary vitality on all tracks, giving the entire album a colossal force with sufficiently crude dynamic. Pure Wrath made one the best track collections of the year, a genuine articulation of the black metal spirit underlying foundations. Savage, yet fundamental to the style, Ascetic Eventide music mixes different components along contorted guitar…

  • Cradle Of Filth - Cryptoriana for September 2017
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    Cradle Of Filth – Cryptoriana for September 2017

    The new Cradle Of Filth album already as a scheduled release date, Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay will be released on September 22 via Nuclear Blast. “‘Cryptoriana’ implies the Victorian’s infatuation with the supernatural, the grave and the ghoulish.” Recorded at Grindstone Studios, U.K. by Scott Atkins, and features postmodernist Artūrs Bērziņš in charge of the cover artwork. The band announced its U.K. and Ireland tour in years, starting in Belfast, Northern Ireland on October 30. Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness of Decay is Cradle of Filth 12th studio album, and to open the hostilities here it is the official video for “Heartbreak And Seance” Enjoy!