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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Rhapsody Of Fire - Emerald Sword + Gran Finale (LIVE CANADA)

i'm really fall in love with Raphsody
especially great voices of Fabio,no doubt he is the best metal singer ever

Keyboard:Alex Staropoli
Guitar:Luca Turilli
Vocal:Fabio Lione
Drum:Alex Holzwarth
Bass:Patrice Guers

Saturday, February 26, 2011


Founded in 1993, Gothenburg's HAMMERFALL made a truly startling impact with their 1997 debut album 'Glory To The Brave'. Unashamedly harking back to prime time traditional Metal and including a rousing cover of WARLORD's 'Child Of The Damned', the Scandinavian's astute notion of what the European Metal scene was waiting for was amply rewarded. The debut album crashed straight into the German national charts selling over 100,000 copies in the process, surprising even their record company. This massive impact completely turned the continent's Rock scene on its head, triggering the onset of legions of Power Metal bands from all over the globe.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Helloween - Heavy Metal ( is the law )

Fight hard
Live fast
Play loud
Step out of the crowd

Steel bent
Forever the faith will live on in our hearts

There's nothing else in all the world
That will bring it down
We will play our wildest step to all around
We need it as a liquid in our veins instead of blood

Brains out
United metallians ready to strike

White heat
Red hot
If you don't feel it you won't understand

There's nothing else in all the world
That will bring it down
We will play our wildest step to all around
We need it as a liquid in our veins instead of blood

Heavy Metal is the law that keeps us all united free
A law that shatters earth and hell
Heavy Metal can't be beaten by any dynasty
We're all wizards fightin' with our spell

heavy metal is the law!! 'nuff said

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Did You Know?- Goth

Did you know?

· Female-fronted metal bands are not (all) Gothic Metal
· Symphonic Metal is not Gothic Metal
· Epic/Atmospheric Metal is not Gothic Metal
· Gothic Rock is not Gothic Metal
· Depressive/Suicidal Rock/Metal is not (necessarily) Gothic Metal

· Wannabe goth is a person who tries to hard to be a Goth, or does not try hard enough. Resulting in a cross breed look of a Goth and an Emo with the greasy long hair of a Metal Head.

Monday, February 21, 2011

The Devils Rejects ending scene-Free Bird

Epic death scenes taken from Rob Zombie's "The Devil's Rejects"

"Our bodies come and go but this blood... is forever."

pic somewhat related

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Deicide – To Hell With God

Death metal legends Deicide return with an utter vengeance on tenth studio album and Century Media debut To Hell With God. As the follow-up to their poorly received, lacklustre 2008 release, Till Death Do Us Part, the new album is a welcome step back in the right direction. To Hell With God demonstrates why Deicide have been one of the most prominent American death metal bands since the late '80s/early '90s. The album features the band's traditional barrage of vicious brutality and anti-Christian sentiments, but with much more technicality added to the mix, such as on "Witness of Death," which adheres to the current style of modern death metal

It is a very fine death metal album. a nice return to form after some hit and miss experimentation.Over all its pretty badass album \m/

Genre: Death Metal | 10 Track | Mp3 | 192 Kbps | 49.6 MB

Track List:

1. To Hell With God
2. Save Your
3. Witness Of Death
4. Conviction
5. Empowered By Blasphemy
6. Angels In Hell
7. Hang In Agony Until You’re Dead
8. Servant Of The Enemy
9. Into The Darkness You Go
10. How Can You Call Yourself A God

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Creepy Music Box

Here's  some  scary story

A Warning

I’m doing this for you. And for Mike, too, I guess, though I don’t think there’s much I can do to help him at this point.
I suppose I should provide some background information first. I’m a sophomore in a fairly good university in Boston – no, not MIT or Harvard, but still one that’s a bit of a chore to get into. My freshman year, I had the option to live in honors housing and decided to roll with it; after all, at least the people would be interesting. Whatever arcane algorithm they use to process roommate requests took in my preferences and spat out the name of my future roommate: Mike, just another random honors kid from St. Louis. The two of us got along fine for most of freshman year – my enjoyment of Miley Cyrus notwithstanding-and so we decided to room together sophomore year as well.
Now, Mike had always been a pretty obsessive guy. He tended to bounce around in his interests; one week, he would devour entire series of anime, only to later start watching random online episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and then begin working his way through the archives of the hottest new webcomic. And, of course, like any real obsessive, he would keep me posted on his latest craze. I humored him; what else are roommates for?
One day earlier this week, he started telling me random scary stories. You know, those random things you find on message boards-I think his main source ended up being some site called “creepypasta” (I never understood why pasta could be creepy, but whatever). I’d hear about a med student eating an arm, or someone being autopsied alive, or some random youtube video that will drive you insane. We usually had a good laugh about them.
The third day of this obsession, however, things got weird. He threw a few more stories my way before hitting the sack, but something seemed a little off. His voice had a sharp edge to it. As the hour got later, his banter got more and more inane, as though he were talking just to stave off having to go to sleep. Eventually, I pointedly got into my bed and rolled over, effectively ending any further chance at conversation. I wish I hadn’t.
I sleep like a log, and that night was no exception. I don’t think I even came close to waking. Usually I can’t remember any of my dreams, but the nightmare I had that night has been clear in my mind for days now. I dreamt I was trapped in a fog so dense I couldn’t see my hand in front of my face. The damp air sent chills down my spine. I could hear muffled screams in the distance. There didn’t seem to be any words, just guttural shrieks of pain. Instantly (don’t ask me how), I recognized the screams as Mike’s. I tried my best to run to him, but my feet just slid through the fog; I couldn’t get any real traction on the ground, if there indeed was any ground. The screams got further away and more indistinct, though I could still tell they were Mike’s. Eventually, they faded to nothing and I woke up.
And every last trace of Mike was gone from the room.
Everything. His laptop, his sheets, the “Official Zombie Survival” guide poster on the wall, the heap of trash he let accumulate on his half of the windowsill-everything. A thick layer of dust coated his entire side of the room. Absolutely nothing on my side of the room had been touched-nor had any of his stuff in the bathroom, the kitchen, or the living room of our suite. Only in the bedroom had anything been taken.
I couldn’t believe it. I prayed it was a dream. I pinched my elbow until the skin was red, until my fingernails drew blood. When I didn’t wake up, I dialed campus security, who quickly brought in the Boston Police Department. I was immediately kicked out of the room so they could go over everything with a fine-toothed comb.
I think I must have been in shock. I felt completely numb, like nothing around me really mattered. I’d left my laptop out in our suite’s common room, so I used that to distract myself-or to try to, at any rate. When I popped open the laptop, however, a word document stared at me. Its text was the following:
‘I know this is stupid. I can’t help but think how much I’ll regret this in the morning, but for some reason I’m genuinely scared and I feel like this is the only way I can tell someone why. So here goes: earlier, I was scouring the ‘net for short horror stories-you know, rituals, tales of scary places, and the like. I came across this…warning, I guess it was. I won’t say what, and I won’t say where, for fear of you finding it yourself. Suffice it to say it sent chills down my spine, something not much has managed to do. Still, as has become my habit, I just clicked on the next hyperlink, going ever farther down the rabbit hole.
The warning stayed with me, though. In the back of my head, just nibbling away, waiting until I would focus on something else to rear its ugly head. This was irrational, I knew; my mind was just playing tricks on me. Some ancestral fear had been played upon, some age-old nightmare that was just that-a nightmare, no more and no less. But that didn’t make the fear go away. Only when I looked at the clock to see how long I had until you got back that it dawned on me I had passed the time alloted me by the warning to stop what was coming (any vagueness is out of concern for you, I promise).
And then the real anxiety kicked in. My palms started to sweat, and my eyes refused to stay closed for more than a second at a time. All my hairs stood on end, and I could feel my heart rate start to increase. Instantly, I knew that the warning had been real. And I had failed to heed it. My time was limited.
It was about then that you got back from the TV station. I was so glad to see someone else, I can’t imagine how I sounded. Finally, someone to fight off the dark with, a companion against the now terrifying night. But clearly you weren’t interested; your yawns were a dead giveaway. You headed to bed, and I (to stave off sleep a little longer) decided to write you this. Do me a favor – if I’m wrong, forget this ever happened. If I’m right…warn them.’
So that’s what I’m doing. I’m warning you. Just be careful. Next time you go on an archive binge at creepypasta, or start checking the horror thread of your favorite discussion board, or even just try googling “creepy stories,” if you feel a chill run down your spine at some warning you’ve never read before you might want to heed it. If you decide not to, however – if you just click on your merry way-please tell Mike I’m sorry I couldn’t get to him in the fog.

Snuff Film

You ever seen someone die on camera?
A snuff film is a recording of the actual murder of human being that is subsequently passed around for entertainment purposes. Suicides and accidents don’t count. According to the MPAA, the FCC, the FBI and the ever-lovin’, there’s no such thing as a snuff film. Yes, this includes Faces of Death. Anything you think might count is faked, falsified, or not made for that purpose, such as those tasteless videos you find on shock sites.
This is a lie.
There are, as best as anyone can tell, between 30-40 snuff films floating around out there. The earliest is a silent film on decaying nitrate celluloid, simply titled La mort d’une fille, and bears the date of 1896.
The latest, judging by the hairstyles and the presence of a “Frankie Says Relax” t-shirt, was probably made in 1983 or 1984 and is on Betamax.
The films vary in violence, but they all include seemingly ritualized sex, followed by the slaying of a girl with dirty blonde hair and piercing blue eyes who appears to be around 19 years old.
Every film has the exact same girl in it.

A Long Detour

The hitchhiker Andy picked up on that July afternoon was one of the stranger people he had met. She had, after warm thanks for stopping, and a moment or two of silence, proclaimed herself to be able to grant a wish. The conjuration she had performed in support of this was quite remarkable- once the sound of the cymbal had stopped ringing in Andy’s head, he was quite impressed.
Now Andy, good Christian that he was, was always of the opinion that you should do a good deed for its own sake, and not for material reward. He lightly waved away the images of wealth or power that the girl suggested. “My one wish, young lady, is to get you to where you’re headed!”.
The girl’s face contorted with fear as darkness fell outside.
Credited to Ultra.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Classical Metal X

Michael And Jason Alexander (Pergamum) playing some of the greatest classical pieces in one metal song
Take a moment and enjoy this awesome video

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Never Say Never (2011)

some reviews from imdb user : Director John M. Chu does an amazing job capturing not only Justin's talent but in capturing the heart and message that is clearly here in this movie and missing from other documentary concert footage movies. It starts by taking you back to where you saw him in the first place (youtube) and you once again remember why you've come to the theatre to see him... Several times during the movie you will hear screams and cheers from girls and wonder if you are at the movies or a concert. The audience definitely has Bieber Fever. Then you will find that you may have it too when you suddenly start cheering too! This is not just about him performing songs either, this shows exactly how he started and takes you on a personal journey with him and his family as they all do their best to help make Justin into the man he is meant to become. A great moment in the movie is when Justin's father Jeremy has this "look" on his face and you can make the assumption, which I think may be correct, that "yes this is my son but I've seen him sing before" kind of "look" before Justin's concert and it was quite beautiful seeing his father crying as he witnesses his son perform and is completely in awe. The movie also takes you through the heartbreak of seeing Justin want to perform, and cannot because of an infection he gets in his throat and the complete "human-ness" of Justin Bieber in getting sick and resting and everyone worried because he's a 16 year old and doesn't want to rest. If this movie says anything it is that it will leave you wanting to start right now because its never too late in making your dreams come true. All the people you've associated Justin with (minus The Beadles) are in this movie and many others that you will be "meeting" for the first time, all are part of Justin's team and support system. They never lost faith in him or doubted him and more important, Never Say Never tells us that we should never lose faith in ourselves and our own ability to dream and become whatever we have always wanted to do and be. Where would be all be if we didn't have all the doubt or negativity that some of us have in our lives? If we had someone telling us "we can" instead of telling us were not good enough? Justin Bieber is definitely a role model for all ages. He also shows us here that he is a teen, that he is in fact human that he has a heart and soul and that we are all good enough and in receiving we must also remember to give back. What a wonderful message and fantastic experience you will have seeing this.

Monday, February 14, 2011

When Dread Cthulhu Rises

Running Wild - Death or Glory

Running Wild - Death Or Glory

01. Riding The Storm
02. Renegade
03. Evilution
04. Running Blood
05. Highland Glory (The Eternal Fight)
06. Marooned
07. Bad To The Bone
08. Tortuga Bay
09. Death Or Glory
10. Battle At Waterloo
11. March on

Speed Metal is a very obscure subgenre. Those who think it is just fast power (because of the old Walls Of Jericho), is wrong, because DragonForce isn't speed metal. It has a diffrent sound. Speed Metal is, mainly, seen at the late 80s in Germany. Running Wild is one of these bands, and this album the best of them. So don't expect any ballads or some complex songs. Here you'll find simple, fast, and catchy songs (just like with most power metal).

further reading

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Sunday, February 13, 2011

IRON MAIDEN Wins 'Best Metal Performance' GRAMMY For 'El Dorado'

IRON MAIDEN was honored with a Grammy in the "Best Metal Performance" category in the pre-telecast ceremony at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards, which are being held tonight (Sunday, February 13) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. IRON MAIDEN was nominated for the track "El Dorado", from the band's 2010 album "The Final Frontier"

read full article here

huge metal fan

Megadeth's "Sudden Death" Nominated For A Grammy

"Sudden Death," Megadeth's 2010 single written for the "Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock" video game, has been nominated for a Grammy in the Best Metal Performance category for the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards.

Megadeth's "Sudden Death" Nominated For A Grammy - in Metal News ( Metal )

Rhapsody of Fire - Power Of Thy Sword

I dont know their work very well , but I really like this song

Saturday, February 12, 2011


HELLOWEEN are known as the inventors of 'German Melodic-Speed-Metal’ and are creative pioneers and one of the most successful Metal bands in personal union since their beginnings in 1984. If there is a golden thread throughout more than 25 years of band history, 13 studio albums, countless headliner tours around the globe and far more than 5 million sold records, then it's the special kind of humor: don't take yourself too seriously and simply live statements like: "just have fun with the shit you're doing." Maybe it's exactly this easiness, that allows HELLOWEEN to be one of the most constant bands of the genre, and yet the one that at the same time dares to experiment more than others and has defined Metal in advanced and modern ways for decades. While some copycats rather stick with the same old patterns, Andi Deris, Michael Weikath, Sascha Gerstner, Markus Großkopf and Dani Löble aren't afraid of risking something - and are rightfully rewarded with success.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

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