19:25 - Clint W. I like Wheel of Time so far. It is a somewhat derivative story and plot, but different enough to be interesting. Not sure I'll make it through all 14 though. It's good, but not great so far.
18:48 - Zaphod The Broken Empire has three books and they're short by fantasy standards. The main character is pretty interesting as he's kind of mad. I only read the first book though, and everyone besides the main character was pretty boring.
18:48 - PocketMetal Malazan series are the most detailed and the most huge fantasy books ever written , Steven Erikson is probably my favorite author.
18:44 - Fearmeister Malazan Book of the Fallen, 12 big books. Super epic ;)
18:42 - Redn1ght I'm fine with one to three books at maximum however...
18:39 - Zaphod 7 books, yes. Pretty long indeed. I haven't really read many standalone fantasy novels, though I'm planning on reading some since I'm sick of those long series. So I can't recommend much short works.
18:26 - Redn1ght Hmm... Dark Tower seems to have a lot of books. Those kinds of series take me forever to read.
01. An Industry Of Murder 02. Slow Motion Countdown 03. Seven Seven 04. The Suits, The Law & The Uniform 05. Endless Night 06. Hard Time Lovin' 07. Goliath 08. Fool In The End 09. 20/20 (Tunnel Vision)
Session musicians Nils Dahl - rhodes, piano and mellotron on "Slow Motion Countdown" and rhodes on "20/20 (Tunnel Vision)" Magnus Jäverling - hammond on "Hard Times Lovin'" Martin Holm - saxophone on "The Suits, The Law & The Uniforms" Erik Sjöberg Ridderström - Norwegian fiddle on "An Industry Of Murder"
Additional info Produced, recorded and mixed by Don Alsterberg in Gothenburg, Sweden at Don Pierre Studios at various days between May and early August 2012.
Mastered by Hans Olssonn Brookes at Svenska Gramofonstudion Mastering.
Jonatan Ewald - some last minute engineering.
Front and back cover art by Henrik Walse, Walse Custom Design Co.
Layout by Tobias Barth, Jaggd Design.
Photos by Anders Bergstedt.
After the first listen I thought that this album is weaker than "Hisingen Blues" but now that I've listened to it a couple more times I can say that it's almost on the same level. There are some fast and rocking songs, such as Endless Night and Goliath, and there are also some nice slow, bluesy songs (i.e. Hard Times Lovin'). Overall this is definitely a hard rock album of the year for me.