03:40 - Redn1ght I mean, fuck.. Some Japanese get way too stressed about the competition-level of the school systems there. No joke.
03:39 - -DC-002- You're right Redn1ght. Asia may have better statistics (who cares) in school but the way they go about it is awful. The education system is a machine to get results and grow more servants with a stunted viewpoint of reality.
03:31 - Redn1ght And of course, fear of being a fucking disgrace to your whole family also helps to boost the morale there. :^)
03:19 - Redn1ght The only reason Asian schools are better is because they are like "Ultra-Hardcore Mode, NO FAILURE MODE!" rogue likes. :P
02:53 - deadone No, their public school systems are generally better - more results orientated and less hippy "feel good about yourself" crap with teachers that don't know where Paris is or what 4x7 is (types of teachers I know).
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
In 2009 Safires (Alireza Motevasel) came up with the idea of starting a progressive band. he had already wrote some lyrics and with help of some friends including Mohesn Ensafdaran they officially started the job in mid-October.
The band chose "Solitude" as the name. from the beginning they decided to compose their own music instead of covering.
After about a year of practicing and creating the structures of some tracks like "Black Clouds", the band faced some struggles and in result the band members separated to work by themselves.
Safires stayed by his ideas and the music they've already composed. he decided to change the band name to something more unique. so he chose "Mist Within" and began the search for gathering a new band and after testing and working with many musicians he found "Arash Hoodi" the right man to develop the ideas and to give a new aspect to the band. so they began their partnership since then and they focused on composing new songs and maturing the previous ones.
After many changes they reached to a solid line-up with "Ahad Sajjadi" on keyboards and "Arsalan Maddahi" on bass and after a while Mohsen returend to band as rhythm guitarist. The band never had a stable drummer and they worked with many musicians in that position.
Mist Within is currently working on their debut album Post Mortem Dump.