Sunday, February 5, 2012

Don't miss Game of Thrones season 2!

Or: If you haven't watched season 1, start watching that shit, asap.

Amazing show, and of course, amazing books. I highly recommend both, and this is one of the few book series adaptation I've seen that managed to completely get it right. The two trailers below are for season 2, and contain no substantial spoilers for those who haven't seen the first season of this intense series.

Cold Winds


Friday, February 3, 2012

Going to try to bring this bad boy back from the dead...Again

I'll be adding some more music, messing around with the design, throw out a few more fun updates, try to keep this guy active again.

In the mean-time, here's some music:

As I've posted a few other Zelda remixes a while back, I feel that I must post this one as one of my first back. An excellent and smooth remix of the Gerudo Valley theme:

This one is an amazing orchestral piece, by a German Filmcomposer by the name of Denny Schneidemmesser. 

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Game of Thrones: Episdoe 8 Preview

For those watching the show, all hell is starting to break loose. This is the preview for episode 8, and it is going to be incredible. And not just because the show has been awesome, but because episode 8 is the only episode in season 1 completely written by George R. R. Martin himself. It'll be damned good if it's half as good as his writing.

If any of you aren't yet sold on this thing, I ask that you check out the scenes below. THEY WILL BE SPOILERIFIC FOR THE FIRST FEW EPISODES. IF YOU INTEND TO WATCH ANYWAYS, JUST WATCH THE SHOW. IF YOU ARE ON THE FENCE, ENJOY.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Some music I've been listening to

A little bit of classic Metallica. 

And why not, some classic Nightwish too. Personally, I enjoyed Tarja's singing, but Annette, their new singer, is good too. Besides, it sounds like Tarja was kind of a bitch, sounds like a change was needed. Oh well.

And a little bit of trance. Not familiar with the artist, but the song is good stuff. Mirwais -Disco Science.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Okay, so. Sorry about that.

It's been a hectic few months, two internships, classes, depression, moving out, moving in, getting an old job back, etc. Hope you guys can forgive my time away. Anyways, I posted a lot of Game of Thrones stuff before the show aired, and now it's already up to Episode 7, with Episode 8 airing on Sunday night at 9pm on HBO. So far, great show, and surprisingly true to the books. There are differences, some small, some larger, but most differences are to help explain things that are explained internally in the books from the point of view of the characters. Great show, great books.

I'll be posting some music in the next couple posts, maybe try to bring back some good ol' fashion rage. Now that my most time consuming internship is done, I'll be making regular posts again and posting some content.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Some new Game of Thrones trailers coming out, and an announcement of a 15 minute preview on Monday. Below is the Power Trailer, and a few scene previews that are rewards for completing puzzles at the HBO site "Maester's Path".

The most badass trailer yet.

 Fifth Reward, a brief conversation between King Robert and Ned Stark.

 Fourth Reward, Tyrion Lannister and Maeste Aemon discussing winter beneath the wall. Also there is Lord Commander Mormont.

Third Reward, Danearys Targaryen and Jorah Mormont.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Some more favorites

I've already posted some trance, a couple instrumentals, and a couple Zelda remixes, so I might as well post some classic rock. Everyone knows Pink Floyd, Queen, Led Zepplin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, countless others. I thought I'd post three songs that I wish would be played on some of my local stations. These are big name rock artists, but they don't get nearly as much attention as many others, or are known for only a handful of songs.

I should hope that everyone has at least heard of Meat Loaf, but I know of several who haven't, and several others who have but thought he was a joke/not real artist because of the name. It saddens me. Bat Out of Hell is truly a classic.

This by Ted Nugent, known mainly for Cat-Scratch Fever. I have actually heard this played on the radio once or twice in the past year. I think it has a sick beat to it, pretty badass.

Peter Frampton is great. Random fact: Peter Frampton went to school with David Bowie, and at age 11 was part of band managed by Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones.