Music release day (friyay) is the best day of the week.
Today Ozzy Osbourne released a new track. Not my favorite but it’s quite okay.
Also, and this one took my totally by surprise, there’s a new song by the mighty King Diamond out today as well. I think it’s about 10 years since his last album so this is huge. Great track, will definitely check it out some more.
Yes! Finally! Two new races has been announced coming with the Visions of N’zoth content patch.
News article from Blizzard
Here’s a short video showing how the different major religions spread around the globe since the beginning until now.
I’m an anti-theist – religion is futile.
World of Tanks has a special even nowadays (like they often have), and they’ve added a couple of small games. One is an arcade type of game, and then there’s this Game & Watch type of game: Quartermaster.
It’s pretty fun really, and it brings back memories to when I played some of these old handhelds (Pac-Man was a favorite).
In this recorded game I managed to get the maximum points (170) in one game, which gives an amount of tickets I can spend on crafting Dog Tags for the event.
I was there! An epic song in an epic setting with a choir and the Norwegian Radio Orchestra. The female guest singer, Agnete from Djerv, also appeared here.
I never remember dates that much, but I think the concert itself was in 2011, but wasn’t released until 2017. It came out as bluray even, which is extra awesome.
The reason I add this here and now is because it suddenly popped up in my YouTube feed, and well… it’s still pretty damn good and deserves a share.
The imagination of people know no ends. This is a brilliant video, and the message from Greta is just as important in a death metal setting of course. 🙂
This cinematic concludes The Fourth War in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.
Note that it has some serious spoilers if you haven’t seen it yet!
Muse plays alternative rock music made for huge stadiums and arenas, and the show itself is beyond awesome: Animations, lightning, lasers, and plenty of other things to keep your senses occupied. They played 25 songs and the concert lasted for about 2 hours, but it felt more like 30 minutes.
This time I went to Copenhagen, Denmark to see them and get some other stuff done. The concert was fantastic, and everything else was really great too. Good times! 🙂
For this video I had recorded both Supermassive Black Hole and The 2nd Law: Unsustainable (an instrumental song). Both spectacular tracks in their own way, and very different at the same time. I decided to include both in my YouTube video, because I like them both.
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The setlist for the entire concert can be seen here on Setlist.fm.
I saw Muse in Oslo, Norway in 2016 too, and here’s a collection of clips from that concert:
Space – the proof that the human race will never learn everything, but we’re doing a pretty damn good job so far.
More music! Leprous is one of my top favourite bands, and they keep on evolving their music. Below is their first single from the next album, and they made a pretty cool video to go with it as well.
The song is beyond awesome, and I’m already ready for the album, Pitfalls, which will be released on October 25th.
I will see them live in Oslo in November as well, and that’s seriously gonna be sweeeeet.