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).
It seems like fans of Scandinavian super-group Solution .45 can expect a new treat in the near future as the band is working on new musical ideas and tracks. Jani Stefanovic, the band's guitarist, posted an update on the band's official Facebook page.
Jani posted: "Wow it is really humbling to see your thoughts about the songs and even more touching to actually see how our fan base is so widely spread out across the globe. That's is so awesome and trust us we would love to come to every single city and country you just named. Let's try and work out something really cool after our next release. I think we're up to 8 tracks or structures of song ideas that are under the process right now so the brewing machine is seriously on for sure. We are stoked about the material so far. Best wishes."
Christian Älvestam also posted: "Guys... damn... I'm overwhelmed (just like the others in the band) by your immense and heartfelt feedback and support, in general and in today's earlier posts in particular. It means a lot to us! You really make us feel special, in the best of families sort of way, which is such an inspiration! A thousand thanks guys!"
The band's debut album, For Aeons Past, was released in April of 2010 through AFM Records.