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Finally the new expansion for Elder Scrolls Online is out. I’m still working on some old content so I won’t get to Elsweyr just yet, but I just got one map left and then I’m ready for the Season of the Dragons.
This is my second lyric video, and it’s very simple since I used the original video by Birds of Tokyo, and just added and timed the lyrics.
As for the song itself, Wikipedia states that it’s about Ian Kenny’s (the singer) marriage ending. I think most of us have been in a similar situation, I can relate to it anyway.
Ian Kenny is the singer of Karnivool, one of my favorite bands.
…and since I don’t think I shared my first lyric video here on korp.no, here it is, the song Vakaren by Katatonia performed in Swedish:
The first video below is the fantastic cover of The Lost Boys theme song – Cry Little Sister originally performed by Gerard McMahon.
I’ve been listening to it a lot ever since it was released, but wasn’t aware it was released as a video too, so I decided to list up some of Marilyn Manson’s other cover songs as well.
I started listening to Marilyn Manson when Antichrist Superstar was released in 1996, and it didn’t take long until I got his previous releases as well. Sweet dreams (are made of this), originally by Eurythmics, was the first cover I heard by Marilyn Manson, and it’s still one of my favourites:
Personal Jesus, originally by Depeche Mode:
Some other covers he has done are:
- Tainted Love by Soft Cell
- This is Halloween from the movie The Nightmare Before Xmas (Danny Elfman)
- I Put A Spell On You by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
- Suicide Is Painless from the movie M*A*S*H
- God’s Gonna Cut You Down, a traditional folk song
- Five To One by The Doors
…and there are many more! Maybe someday they all will be released as an album or two?
A really cool tune I first heard in a TV-show called The Blacklist. It was at the end of the last season 3 episode.
Watching and listening to David Attenborough is something I’ve done ever since I was a little boy. He has been with me as a grew up, became an adult, and even today he still with me in this journey called life.
His multiple series covering flora and fauna has always been a remarkable view on how diverse, and sometimes complicated, everything on earth is.
Netflix’ Our Planet is his latest series of which he is the narrator. I looked forward to this one as well, like with all the others, but this series is very serious, and it’s showing us footage (proof if you like) on how our planet changes due to climate change/global warming. It’s depressing to watch obviously, and these are things we’ve known about for decades now.
It’s a good series, with high quality footage of a lot of things never shown in this way before. For example, the use of drones gives us an extra dimension in several of the scenes.
Like Attenborough is saying, it’s not too late if we change our ways right now. Check out THIS video, at OurPlanet.com, of David Attenborough explaining what needs to be done.
It seems ESO is more popular than ever. I’ve been in some really silly queues in the last few days. This one is the longest one so far though.
A decent cover of a track I’ve been listening to ever since it came out. Although I don’t really listen to rap, there are exceptions, and DEnzel Curry knows his stuff.
Rage Against The Machine (RATM) is still sorely missed. Prophets of Rage and everything else the ex-band members have been doing after RATM split up, doesn’t even come close to what awesomeness they had in RATM. I have to admit that Prophets of Rage is pretty good though.
These are my top 20 artists of a total of 590 in 2018, according to last.fm:
Audience: Approx. 300
Support: Jo Quail
Venue: John Dee, Oslo, Norway
Here’s the song “Bonden og Kragen” by Myrkur from her concert in Oslo last night:
The concert, which is most likely going to be my last of 2018, was of the two-sided kind. The first half hour or so consisted of folk songs, and after that it was a more varied repertoire.
This song is from the folk song part of the concert, and while I was standing pretty okay my camera was not happy, hence the shitty video quality. The audio is pretty good though.
Also, Myrkur released an offical video for this song today as well – watch it here:
It’s worth noting that Jo Quail are opening up for Myrkur on this tour, so if you’re going to any of the remaining concerts you should go there early and listen to what Jo can do with her cello. It was fantastic stuff! 🙂
If you want to support Myrkur go buy all her stuff at her Bandcamp page.
Also, check her website for all things Myrkur at her own personal webpage.
Jo Quail is also on Bandcamp, and you can stream her music there if you want to know her better.