23:15 - yvesson Hej, well but I'll try and live a bit longer, and I'll try and save things I think are good.
23:00 - SSM Everything will end, we all die. No big deal. love MS btw.
22:28 - yvesson Hej, well you knwo, there is fessebouc and gogole, and some other sites I barely know, and most other old forums/sites lost their members, and there aren't much new people either.
21:42 - Apothecary ...but one thing I do know is that it's not as if the site is crumbling under our feet. The loyal have stayed loyal, and those genuinely interested in what MS is all about will stick around. And maybe that's all it takes
21:42 - Apothecary People talk often about how "the forums are dead" and "there aren't as many people as there used to be," and I don't really care tbh. Been here since 2010, so I don't even know if I lived through The Glory Days...
After the release of self-titled debut in 2007, German industrialists Emigrate, led by Rammstein lead guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe, announce the release of their sophomore album. Entitled Silent So Long, this new album will see the light on October 17th. First impressions from the upcoming new album can be checked out in a one-minute long teaser through the YouTube player below.
Silent So Long tracklist:
01. Eat You Alive [feat. Frank Dellé]
02. Get Down [feat. Peaches]
03. Rock City [feat. Lemmy Kilmister]
06. Born On My Own
07. Giving Up
08. My Pleasure
09. Happy Times
11. Silent So Long [feat. Jonathan Davis]
I remember being excited when he released his first album. I won't make the same mistake twice.
Yeah I know that feeling. Who wasn't excited when they heard Richard from Rammstein was doing a side band project? I found it very bland though not terrible, but it sounds like generic rock/metal stuff sadly.