Cradle of Filth (COF) broke the tenth album milestone with The Manticore and Other Horrors. A highly symbolic number that marks the closing of a cycle while gazing into the future.
Thus, the album revisits the usual leitmotivs from the band’s uncanny musical universe. However, the tracks are more “user-friendly” in comparison. As for the concept behind the music, Manticore doesn’t dwell around a specific topic. The title is inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven and Other Stories, and COF revealed that the new work resembles a “Bestiary.” …
There’s no science about giving head; blowjobs suck! Says the guy that has lost count of how many blows he took to the head.
You will get around 20 million hits in about 0,49 seconds if you google “blowjob science.” I will bet that +90% of these so-called “blowjob science” articles are nothing more than bro-science gibberish written by bald men in their forty’s like myself.
Wow! That’s a lot of discussion about something that the average human being can take from soup to nuts in just 3-4 minutes or less, with the best performance outcome lasting from between five…
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The hideous 404 Page Not Found error has haunted screens worldwide for decades. Although many users remain unaware of the lore behind the code, the “last page of the internet” had too many hits during the last 30 years, paving its way into pop culture as the ultimate internet urban legend.
We don’t realize it, but these error pages get countless hits, as most websites can have several new broken links every day. Furthermore, web pages that pre-date 2005 will also give us straight access to the “HTTP 404 Not Found” graveyard. …
Living Things was the fifth album released by Linkin Park, the American rock band from Agoura Hills, California, that broke barriers between rock and hip-hop and opened our minds to an all-new spectrum in music.
The album shows Linkin Park going “back to basics” and stripping the songs of all superfluous elements. It is no wonder that the album is full of immediacy, with tracks overlapping in rapid-fire.
There is now a greater diversity implicit in the band’s referential palette. Living Things has, in certain moments, musical echoes from the eighties and nineties. …
Band: Blut Aus Nord
Album. 777 Cosmosophy
Release Date: September 21, 2012
Blut Aus Nord, one of the most avant-garde examples of contemporary heavy music, continues to lead us through surreal soundscapes architected by Vindsval and disseminated via Debemur Morti Productions.
Timely released at the moment when the solar instance of summer gives way to the autumnal cycle of death and decadence, 777 Cosmosophy, the third chapter of the 777 trilogy (started with 777 Sect(s) on April 28, 2011).
The band continues to explore uncharted terrain in the universe of metal, escaping overly simplistic cataloging due to its cryptic nature…
Album: Ukon Wacka
Release date: February 4, 2011
Korpiklaani reinvented their creative process with Ukon Wacka. After “Karkelo,” a more cautious album comes this musical “Bacchanalia” that quickly entices those who have the pleasure of listening to these songs. The album recalls medieval settings where Húscarls swarm brandishing double-bladed axes or pagan celebrations around mugs of mead.
As such, Korpiklaani, the forest clan, again invites us to a celebration filled with excess, where Sahti (Nordic beer) overflows, and beautiful deities dance to the rhythms of humppa.
The opening track, “Louhen Yhdeksäs Poika”, features Korpiklaani laying down some of…
2021 is turning out to be an excellent year for rock and heavy music, with several albums scoring high on the official sales charts worldwide.
In February, the tenth studio album by American rock band Foo Fighters, Medicine at Midnight, debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 album chart. Landing 70,000 equivalent album units, 64,000 of which were album sales, making it the week’s top-selling album.
Afterward, in March, the fifth studio album by gothic rock band Evanescence, The Bitter Truth, made it to the eleventh position. …
Did you know that a day isn’t a full 24 hours? It takes 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.2 seconds for the Earth to rotate once. Time is ticking, so let’s shake our tail feathers and stop procrastinating. We’ve got less than 24 hours to get things done.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. “— Steve Jobs
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, early in 2020, I promised to do six possible things before breakfast during the next 365 days. I’ve now closed the circle and kept my promise. …
I joined the military in 2006, served in a moment of world crisis, and learned many life-changing lessons. But it only took a powerful insight to change my civilian life forever.
Serving in the armed forces made me a better human, but after seven years, my commission was over; hence the army discharged me. Afterward, life took a downward spiral. I was unemployed and living an unmeaningful life; therefore, I faded into depression.
“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will do.”
— Lewis Carroll
Back then, my life was a continuous cycle of failed job opportunities. Until…
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