17:53 - Fearmeister Yea, I'm reading the plot on wikipedia and I'm already lost xD
17:52 - moonflash It also portrays quite accurately how time travel would be like, if ever achieved. That is paradoxical, and almost nonsensical, like the movie itself.
17:51 - Fearmeister Hmmm, Primer looks interesting. Might watch it sometime
17:50 - Gawain I'm gonna play dragon age origins, cya later. i want to fuck up that loghain fucker
17:50 - !J.O.O.E.! Timecrimes is probably a good medium between Primer and the regular dumb time-travel sci-fi flicks around.
17:50 - moonflash Well I liked Primer, the time travelling system was quite complicated to understand but made a lot of sense once you got the hang of it. Although I agree, the story was hardly mediocre.
17:48 - !J.O.O.E.! Well I don't think one has to understand a film to be able to enjoy it. In fact some of my favourite films continue to elude me in terms of thorough understanding.
Since their first album in 2002 Insomnium developed to one of the most promising and unique Melodic Death Metal bands. In 2010 they've been honored with the Finnish Metal Award for Best Band and Best Album (Across The Dark, 2009). Shortly before their 2010 tour with Dark Tranquillity they recorded the new track "Weather The Storm" with Mikael Stanne on guest vocals and performed the song together in London on September 28th. Director Janne Tamminen filmed the show and you can watch the video here.
Niilo Sevänen (vocals/bass): "Weather the Storm music video was shot at Underworld, London last autumn when we were touring with Dark Tranquillity. The house was sold out, we had a great show and people got really crazy - so it was really a night to remember! London, we salute you! Mikael Stanne joined us on stage for this special song so huge thanks to him!"
Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquillity, vocals): "The guys have always impressed me with their stuff so I was honored to be asked to join them on a song. This turned out to be an amazing song. Hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do."
Weather The Storm is now available as a digital single with the previously unreleased instrumental "Beyond The Horizon" as b-side. You can buy it at nearly every digital distribution platform or follow the links to your local iTunes stores: