00:00 - Spawdophonik That's so true Apothecary, I love that beat in the beginning of that music video. Possibly Kendrick's best. Wish it was a full song ! But the lyrics kinda ruin it
23:02 - yvesson Hej, okej, just checked my collection and there are three 2001 albums, but most of them dissapointment which probably made me stop buying albums.
21:56 - yvesson Hej, can't believe it, you're talking about rap in here ? I'm still stuck with my old metal CDs, the most recent must be from 1999 or something. :p
21:38 - Apothecary Like this. The beginning is fantastic, but then he just busts into the TELL ME WHO THE BITCH NIGGA HATING ON MEEEE shit afterwards and it just ruins it. Not for me [link]
21:36 - Apothecary I'm not too big a fan of Kendrick either. He is not a BAD rapper, but I feel as though when he tries to come along with the social commentary, it just kind of falls flat by him turning around and then going gangsta gangsta
21:19 - Nimlot I still don't get the hype around Kendrick, but I can't pretend any type of expertise to judge.
French metallers Blut Aus Nord have revealed a teaser trailer online for the band's new upcoming release 777 - Cosmosophy, which will be released in North America on October 9th and in rest of the world on September 21st. Teaser can be viewed below.
Debemur Morti Productions commented on the release: "The denouement. The calm after the storm (but, still, disquiet interrupts the serenity); when the floods have washed away the debris. The circle is closed. Haunting, dreamlike, an altered state has been achieved. All-knowing wisdom prevails. At one with all -- omniscient. Soaring, alive with insight, bursting with extra-ordinary energy. Almighty. At the centre of an infinite structure in perpetual deconstruction, 777 - Cosmosophy represents the instinctive manifestation of human and obsolete conception of Time. Where the light feeds the darkness, where every second is the Eternity and sounds the death knell - the monumental work of the eccentric soul gets lost in a deep echo... and this echo is the sublime Sound of the Universe.
A beautiful tragedy; a tragic beauty. Devastatingly restrained, the climactic movement in the monumental 777 trilogy represents the culmination of a rapturous evolutionary process. Arguably Blut Aus Nord's most - daring venture yet, the third and final chapter represents both the beginning and the end. Et le Chaos se tut..."