02:10 - mz nah, I was joking but the whole "argument" of "mainstream sucks" gives me headache. I don't usually listen to mainstream music but don't see any reason for insulting other people because of their music/taste.
02:10 - Lethrokai Justin Timberlake released a fucking great album last year, and Random Access Memories is in my top 5 of 2013. Not sure if we've really seen much like that from the mainstream this year, but it's proff that it can be good.
02:07 - Ilham No, it describes you and your endless complaining about "mainstream" as you say, when you clearly aren't doing anything to look beyond that. The simple fact you keep confusing popularity with low quality is the proof.
Swedish metallers In Flames have some interesting news for us today. First of all, the band has premiered a new video for their song "Ropes" taken from Sounds Of A Playground Fading, their latest album released in 2011. The video was made entirely by In Flames fans as part of the project "Making of Ropes" and edited by Erik Engstrand. Take a look at the result below.
In Flames said: "We do believe in crowd sourcing and giving our fans the same love and support that they show us on a daily basis. This is our way of taking the fans one step closer to us."
But there is more. In Flames have also revealed that they will release a special series of comic books called The Jester's Curse, with the creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Kevin Eastman, through his company Heavy Metal Magazine. The first book will be released this summer and is called Lunar Strain: Part 1 and was produced and written by Space Boy Comics. Find all the details as well as a preview here. But know this, the series will chronicle the back-story of the band's mascot: The Jesterhead.