00:16 - Bad English and dont call me at 6 bunder hours from Skåne, Malmö and dont offer me to buy some damn Scania truck and dont speak weird , insted call to Århus or K-hagen
00:16 - Netzach Mmm well I'd argue there isn't any real "right" party here... different shades of left is all :)
00:14 - Bad English many swedes vote for idiots and extreme left and right are same. diferent idology same bulshit ... pay taxes people and live honest job, and buy volvo
00:11 - Netzach Eh, almost all Swedish parties got a flower for logo.
00:10 - Sunny Pagliaccio This is getting too intense for me, I'm off, g'night beautiful peoples <3
00:09 - Bad English to save a Greece they need be protestants, orthoxox brings you to ussr, chatolicism and protestantism to west .. and Gre left can be ussr but ussr are popular there, ppl have not lived in that shit hole ;D
Finnish heavy metal band Machine Men have officially broken up after thirteen years.
Here's the band's farewell message: "Things have been quiet for the past 2 years. During this time we have gone through many changes and we have been thinking about the future of the band. Unfortunately we feel that the challenges as a band would be too hard to overcome. After long conversations we have decided that the story of Machine Men ends here. It's better to end what we started together without bitterness than to make a new album we couldn't put our hearts and souls into. We wouldn't be the five guys that stuck together no matter what. We would be something else, not Machine Men.
This band has been the centre of our lives for over a decade. During these years we have experienced great and unforgettable moments on the road (and off). The thanks goes to all the people who have supported us and have come to see our gigs. It hasn't been an easy ride but yet we have taken all the shit with our heads held high. After all we are from Suolahti for fuck's sake! Even though it's sad, we end this with smiles on our faces and with loads of good memories to share over a pint.
The story of the band ends here but we'll continue to make music as individuals. We are grateful to so many people but most of all we would like to thank our fans - without you we would have been nothing!"