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Wretched

Wretched — my best band discovery of the past month! These guys are pretty excellent.

New Things!

Hello friends!

There are many new things in the works at the moment.  There are no less than 4 new Sound & Sorcery releases in the works in addition to some interesting news about artists therein.  :)

Additionally, work has fully engaged into crazy mode.  I’m spending almost all of my time either working or on music — lots of pressure, but hey, you know how diamonds are made!

You can see this is the first time I’ve updated my blog here in a little over a year.  I’m hoping to keep it up this time (am I not always hoping this?).  To make it a more realistic goal, my updates will likely be very stream-of-consciousness and quite unedited.

Let’s do this!

Awesome symphonic metal album with lyrics based on Mass Effect.

felitomkinson:

fyeahbioshock:

BIOSHOCK INFINITE by argentinaland.


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ATTENTION PLEASE: Would you buy this as a print? I’m the artist behind this piece and got in contact with IR asking about licensing since a lot of you have asked about it. Let me know by reblogging  and adding whether you would or not. Glad you guys liked this.

Quite awesome.  I particularly like the Luteces.

felitomkinson:

fyeahbioshock:

BIOSHOCK INFINITE by argentinaland.

e. 

ATTENTION PLEASE: Would you buy this as a print? I’m the artist behind this piece and got in contact with IR asking about licensing since a lot of you have asked about it. Let me know by reblogging  and adding whether you would or not. Glad you guys liked this.

Quite awesome.  I particularly like the Luteces.

Heady Metal: Scholars Celebrate a Rock Genre's Cultural Bang

Interesting article about research on metal and popular culture.

Here’s a great cinematic piece that I came across on SoundCloud.

I am a fan of Vocaloid music.  I’d love to use Vocaloid to give some Order of Týr music a little more interesting flavor.  This has to be my favorite Vocaloid song.  It was done using the Megurine Luka character voice.

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BioShock Infinite

Wow.  BioShock Infinite is an incredible game, and I can already tell it is one of my favorite games of all time.  I was initially tempted to call it my out-right favorite, but it’s a pretty tall order to displace Silent Hill 2.

However, I’m on my third play-through of Infinite.  My first run was on Hard for the challenge.  I then went through on Easy to try to get the last few Voxophones, Telescopes, and Kinetoscopes (still missing a few).  This time I’m doing 1999 Mode.  So far it isn’t too bad…especially since I know what’s coming.

I highly recommend the game to anyone.  Doubly so if you played the first BioShock.