Coke Bust rules, haven't seen them in a few years but always a treat
That looks very cool man. Way to push your performance!I wanted to share a couple of videos from the last weekend's show, where the long-planned hook suspension was finally realized. The latter is a new song. I wish we could do the same at Maryland Deathfest next year, but flying two extras there would be too costly, and the venue would have to have fitting structures for it.
Into the Tomb of Her Mirror:
A World of White Days: https://youtu.be/8qTDT-jUnmM
Absolutely. The visual reminded me of that video for De Doden Hebben Het Doed III, the body just hanging there.
I had to check that out, as I hadn't heard about it before. That's certainly an interesting idea for a music video.
Great band. This has always been my favorite song of theirs. I love how Franta Štorm's voice sounds like it's about break.Soen is rather hit and miss for me, I like a couple of songs but not most off of each album, which is kind of rare for me with music because I usually like or dislike an album as absolute.
Been listening to a couple of black metal albums I haven't listened to in a long time, like Master's Hammer. I love the first two albums (the debut, Ritual, being my favourite), but I cannot stand the albums since.
Franta Štrom and Master's Hammer are considered one of the pioneers of black metal in Eastern Europe. Or better said behind the iron curtain.
I remember reading an interview in Fallen Pages III zine back in 1992, where he said he went to art school, and designed the band's artwork. I didn't know about the other things you mentioned.Franta Štrom and Master's Hammer are considered one of the pioneers of black metal in Eastern Europe. Or better said behind the iron curtain.
Interesting stuff: Franta is typographer, he wrote numerous books about typography and owns his own type foundry. He created more than 60 different font families.
whoops lol. It’s been a long week!
I'd agree with that although they did go down well in Manchester for the ten minutes I saw, I went and sat outside the arena and had a pint instead of watching their set.
I’m gonna see Slayer 8th of december. Ive only seen them once before so looking forward to it.Slayer are Slayer. This was like being hit by a bulldozer, even if I was on the tribune.
Too bad that there were sound issues in several songs, like vocals going off at Jihad and sloppy guitar sound at first three songs. This is quite unusual for Wiener Stadthalle, but looks like sound crew miscalculated a bit.
I think that running order should be a bit different, Anthrax and Lamb of God should switch places.
This is simply incredible