19:16 - Zaphod Ilham, it seems strange then that the only remaining record stores in Belgium that I know of have no second hand whatsoever.
19:15 - !J.O.O.E.! The issue with that though is that, say, video game stores will emphasise second hand buying, even unscrupulously putting the prices up on games that are rare. It's a big issue with some of the bigger outlets and hurts developers.
19:14 - Zaphod Well, yeah, I haven't bought any recent games. None of them seem worthwhile.
19:13 - Ilham Actually buying second hand keeps a whole parallel economy going. Most of the video game stores or CD stores wouldn't be able to function if they didn't have that complement of revenue.
19:09 - PocketMetal Loving this new browser called Vivaldi, still a little unpolished but I like the features.
19:08 - flightoficarus86 I haven't bought a new game in a while. Xbox live has been putting out enough free and reduced stuff for gold members to keep me busy for a while
19:05 - Zaphod Although I buy most of my games on Steam when they're like 3 cents these days.
Helstar is without a doubt one of the originators of American Heavy Metal. Metal Blade will now release the Rising From The Grave boxset which includes remastered versions of the A Distant Thunder and Nosferatu albums. The boxset also includes the brand new DVD Twas The Night Of A Hellish Xmas. The Rising From The Grave [cover art] boxset will be released the 2nd/5th of July 2010 in Europe.
The DVD was recorded live at the Backstage Club in Houston, TX on December 25th 1989 and features original Helstar members James Rivera on vocals along with Larry Barragan and Jerry Abarca. It's the first authorized Live Video recording by 80's Power Metal icons Helstar. Mastered by Ty Tabor (King's X) and James Rivera.
The setlist of that show was as follows:
01. Swirling Madness
02. The King is Dead,
03. Evil Reign
04. Abandon Ship
05. Baptized in Blood
06. To Sleep Per Chance to Scream
07. Harker's Tale
08. The Cursed Has Passed Away
10. Angel of Death