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a twenty year-old soldier, deeping an escape fantasy into the wilderness of lifestyle, fashion, music, politics and the suffocation of everyday living. allow me to take my emotions and paint the world white.

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13 July 2008 @ 10:46 am

walking off the end of the world


Nightwish - The Islander

The Islander would be Nightwish's latest single, the 3rd with replaced vocalist Anette Olzon. Being bias over Tarja Turunen's contributions and exceptionable vocal power, the only reason why i enjoy their different approach must have been the amazing Tuomas Holopainen's major vocal installation to the song. Anette's background contribution would be better of with Tarja's orchestral influence. I'm spared with spreading 'Bye Bye Beautiful' & 'Amaranth'. The worst singles Nightwish (with Anette Olzon as vocals) came out with.



Cradle Of Filth - The Foetus Of A New Day Kicking

Cradle Of Filth bend their roots since Damnation and a Day and following Nympathemine and Thornography were testimonials of their fading aura over their previous work with materials more ravage and blood-thirst. Foetus of a New Day Kicking isn't much under the testimonial of their previous work. simplifing their essence of extreme metal, Cradle Of Filth had never sound any mellower every time they prevail how faster and darker they've become.



Slipknot - Psychosocial (Live at Mayhem Festival)

Don't they sound any more trash, trash metal i meant. we'll have to grade it via their tracks on the album when it releases. the quality of their live versions are rather blurry and difficult to listen to their new path. i find them slightly more technical from their rather lighter Vol. 3. which is rather captivating and interesting a find. looking forward to their Asian stops. and one on our soil.

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