14:24 - Zaphod So many awesomelooking next gen games coming, I might have to stop buying food to play them.
11:37 - Cynic Metalhead IGI, wow playing after long time. it's stella to enter the room, operate the laptop and fucking explode the whole thing.
07:02 - Jaeryd17 I'm desperately hoping they release Destiny for PC, but I have a 360 so if they don't I guess I'll be okay... for the first game in the series, anyway. Still haven't played Mirror's Edge, but it sounds like my kind of game.
06:04 - Maco The consoles war in the new generation is here [link]
05:59 - Maco At least playing fallout or battlefield is better than playing new call of duty games.
05:56 - BoxCar Willy All I play is fallout, with the occasional bout of grand theft auto and battle field.
05:42 - Maco @Lit. It has to be, that game was the shit.
Passion. I suppose that's what it's all about with these one man black metal bands: pure, unadulterated, single-minded passion. Something about the isolation from the main networks of black metal and the larger society as a whole impacts the artistic vision and strength of these bands in simply magnificent ways. It's been 6 years since Elysian Blaze main man Mutatiis has dropped an album, but right away with his 2012 offering, he shows us he hasn't merely been twiddling his thumbs all that time. The result of the past decade's creative dedication has spawned Blood Geometry, an over two hour, double disc magnum opus of all the trademarks Mutatiis has become known for that also, indeed, takes such techniques to new heights.
Haha, I couldn't even get through this. It's not bad at all -- in fact, it's pretty damn alright -- but in this amount of time I can listen to Rain Upon The Impure and Foulest Semen of a Sheltered Elite back to back and get like 5,000,000X more awesomeness out of them. This thing would be a lot better if the segments were just cut in half. It's not a mess, but it's bloated as fuck.
While I was initially a bit skeptical about Blood Geometry due to its overwhelmingly long duration, that skepticism quickly ceased to be when I listened to the whole album in one go in the middle of the night with nothing but the darkness surrounding me. That setting enabled me to fully lose myself in the atmosphere as well as focus on all the details and shifts that have gone into creating this work of art.
The album contains enough variation as to never get tedious which I was really impressed by. The overall ambience and beautiful keyboard sections in addtion to the occasional outbursts of blastbeats was more than enough to keep my interest up amidst the all the bleakness and despair.
This is without a doubt one of the best albums of last year and as a matter of fact I have the Metal Storm Awards to thank for this discovery which would most likely have otherwise remained unnoticed to me.