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Interzone / Prima la Musica e Poi le Parole
« on: February 14, 2014, 05:04:04 PM »
Antonio Salieri (Vs Mozart).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Salieri  (Historical interaction - section)

Prima la Musica e Poi le Parole


Interzone / Saga
« on: December 30, 2013, 11:24:35 AM »
- a Black Metal Viking Biker-film with Zombies -

JÝrn Steen from Porsgrunn, Norway has received the support he needed to make the film Saga. The films production will commence in spring 2014.


Metal / Re-released
« on: December 23, 2013, 07:21:42 AM »
How it working, the discernment of a band or a label to re-edit a Album, for so many years to pass back to     re-edit, even give rise to excessive prices (to turn to bootleg) to something called Metal and not POP.

If they do, in your country you can also pass.
It has a name - dictatorship.

source:(sorry in spanish)

Interzone / Which is the Soul, Exists??
« on: December 12, 2013, 04:23:33 AM »
This clearly is not the heart that feels emotions,
Then we could attribute emotions to the soul? :o

Interzone / Orange Day
« on: November 25, 2013, 05:28:46 AM »
Orange Day, 25th October 2013
ĎSafe Public Spaces for Women and Girlsí

In July last year the Secretary-Generalís UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign proclaimed every 25th of the month as Orange Day. Initiated and led by the UNiTE campaign Global Youth Network, worldwide activities implemented on this day by UN country offices and civil society organizations strive to highlight issues relevant to preventing and ending violence against women and girls, not only once a year, on 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women), but every month.

Under the heading ĎSafe Spaces for Women and Girlsí, this year the UNiTE campaign is focusing its Orange Day activities on highlighting recommendations of the agreed conclusions of the 57th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW57) which took place in March this year. In April, UNiTE focused on ĎSafe Work Places for Women and Girlsí, in May, ĎSafe Homes for Women and Girlsí while in June, Orange Day coincided with the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture (June 26th) and the campaign focused on ĎState Custody and Care as Safe Spacesí . In July it drew attention to ĎCyber Space as Safe Space for Women and Girlsí while the theme for August was ĎSexual Violence against Women and Girls in Conflictí. Ahead of the International Day of the Girl Child, October 11th, the theme for Orange Day in September was ĎSafe Schools for Girlsí and on October 25 the UNiTE campaign will highlight ĎSafe Public Spaces for Women and Girlsí.

I have a friend who hit three times to his wife, the first time, just happened, the second time was charged to the police and was booked, the third time, was accused to the police and is now in prison (2 years), because I get a third time ?
she always look to my friend!
now she goes partying, her ​​daughter at home with grandmother, on Saturday, I saw her with another guy drunk?
I agree that she deserved to be hit, even a bitch
but why wait until a third time?
who was beaten?

Interzone / Winamp......is Dead!!!
« on: November 21, 2013, 06:40:30 AM »
Winamp is a media player for Windows-based PCs and Android devices, written by Nullsoft, now a subsidiary of AOL. It is proprietary freeware/shareware, multi-format, extensible with plug-ins and skins, and is noted for its graphical sound visualization, playlist, and media library features.
Winamp was developed by Justin Frankel and Dmitry Boldyrev, and its popularity grew quickly, along with the developing trend of MP3 file sharing.
On November 20, 2013, AOL announced that Winamp.com would shut down on December 20, 2013, and the software would no longer be available for download after that date.




>:( :( :o ??? :-[ :-\

Interzone / The Phonograph, Record Player, Gramophone and the Future...
« on: November 21, 2013, 05:12:41 AM »
The phonograph, record player, or gramophone (from the Greek:gramma, "letter" and phōnē, "voice"), is a device introduced in 1877 for the recording and reproduction of sound recordings. The recordings played on such a device consist of waveforms that are engraved onto a rotating cylinder or disc. As the cylinder or disc rotates, a stylus or needle traces the waveforms and vibrates to reproduce the recorded sound waves.
The phonograph was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison.While other inventors had produced devices that could record sounds, Edison's phonograph was the first to be able to reproduce the recorded sound. His phonograph originally recorded sound onto a tinfoil sheet phonograph cylinder, and could both record and reproduce sounds. Alexander Graham Bell's Volta Laboratory made several improvements in the 1880s, including the use of wax-coated cardboard cylinders, and a cutting stylus that moved from side to side in a "zig zag" pattern across the record. At the turn of the 20th century, Emile Berliner initiated the transition from phonograph cylinders to gramophone records: flat, double-sided discs with a spiral groove running from the periphery to near the center. Other improvements were made throughout the years, including modifications to the turntable and its drive system, the needle and stylus, and the sound and equalization systems.
The gramophone record was one of the dominant audio recording formats throughout much of the 20th century. From the mid-1980s, phonograph use declined sharply because of the rise of the Compact Disc and other digital recording formats. While no longer mass market items, modest numbers of phonographs and phonograph records continue to be produced in the second decade of the 21st century.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phonograph

Metal / What bands are you listening to today?
« on: November 09, 2013, 05:52:44 AM »
Infernal Curse (Argentina) - Awakening of the Damned 2012

Metal / Mille or Ventor!!
« on: October 29, 2013, 09:00:58 AM »
Some time ago, I've been thinking about this issue, many of the old bands that still continue, have suffered wear obvious with time, but a very unfortunate is the voice wear their vocalists, there will be some form of remedy this, one of the most emblematic case is that of Hetfield's voice, which is not what would be the remedy, but Mille is a hero and maybe just for experiment may give way again to Ventor, maybe this will give new strength and more vitality back to one of the pillars of the metal, Ha!! I think the best thing that ever happened to Exodus was found with Rob Dukes, is my opinion.

Interzone / Jocelyn Pook.
« on: October 26, 2013, 07:15:41 PM »
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

JOCELYN POOK(born 14 February 1960, Birmingham, England) is a British composer, pianist and viola player.

Life and Career

Jocelyn Pook graduated in 1983 from Londonís Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she studied the viola. She performed with many pop artists including The Communards and Massive Attack, and formed Electra Strings together with Sonia Slany for whom she wrote original material. She has worked extensively with eminent dance companies such as DV8 and Shobana Jeyasingh, and in 2002 she was commissioned by The Proms to write a work for The King's Singers in collaboration with Andrew Motion.

Pook recorded on two occasions with pianist Jeremy Peyton Jones for Rough Trade and later for Century XXI. About a year later, she joined Anne Stephenson and Audrey Riley to accompany Virginia Astley both on stage and record. Session work followed and alternated with her co-founding of the Electra Strings with Australian violinist Sonia Slany and an album on the Village Life label. This neoclassical chamber quartet later transformed into the Brilliant Strings after she and Slany had gone their separate ways.

As a solo recording artist, Pook released several albums. These included Deluge (1997), Flood (1999) and Untold Things (2003).

Her career as a film composer took flight when cuts from her album Flood were used in Stanley Kubrickís film Eyes Wide Shut. The piece Masked Ball, which incorporates a fragment of an Orthodox Liturgy played backwards and lyrics sung (or chanted) in Romanian, underscored the masked ball sequence.
Cuts from Jocelynís album Flood were used in film Eyes Wide Shut

Further scores have subsequently been contributed to several European films, notably the 2004 film version of William Shakespeareís The Merchant of Venice, Peter Kosminskyís film on David Kelly, The Government Inspector, Brick Lane and 2007ís Caůtica Ana.

Pook was commissioned to write a short opera, Ingerland, for ROH2 (the contemporary producing arm of Londonís Royal Opera House) which was performed in the Royal Opera Houseís Linbury Studio Theatre in June 2010.

On the 3rd of December 2012 her work "Hearing Voices", was performed in premiere by Melanie Pappenheim with Charles Hazlewood conducting the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in a concert on the theme of hysteria.

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jocelyn_Pook

I obssessed with : MASKED BALL SONG.

Metal / Metal Archives.
« on: October 14, 2013, 07:23:02 AM »
Comment in a line (limit to it no more please) that you think Metal Archives.
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Interzone / The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
« on: December 27, 2012, 09:08:35 AM »
How do the faces of soldiers change ó before, during, and then after, war? Can we detect profound or subtle psychological shifts just by looking at their portraits?

This is precisely the challenge that Claire Felicie presents with her series of triptych portraits of marines of the 13th infantry company of the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps. The series, Here are the Young Men (Marked), shows close-cropped portraits of the Dutch marines before, during and after they were deployed to Uruzgan, Afghanistan in 2009-2010.

Without doubt, every viewer will project a bit of himself or herself into the readings of these photographs. No matter what conclusions you draw, the images are compelling.

Ė Jim Casper -

source : http://www.lensculture.com/felicie?thisPic=8

Interzone / Lifetime punk
« on: December 27, 2012, 06:11:02 AM »
(fuck new generation metalheads).

source: http://the-talks.com/interviews/johnny-rotten/


Mr. Rotten, how often do you brush your teeth?

I thought that if I replaced them Iíd never have to use a toothbrush ever again! (Laughs)

I am not sure it works like that. There is one missing quite prominently.

I paid a lot of money to have my teeth fixed because they were making me seriously ill. I found out that a great deal of the amount of time I spent ill was because of my teeth. So I had to do something really serious, and it cost me a lot of money. Within a week of having all these put it, theyíre all false, I broke this on a cherry stone. I thought, ďFuck that, Iím not going back and having all that operation on my gum ever again.Ē

Do you fear illness?

Fear? Well I had meningitis that put me in a coma for three months and when I came out of that I had no memory of anything. I didnít know my parents, didnít know my own name, and I never want to wake up and feel that pain ever again. Thatís a constant problem to me. Getting to sleep at night itís always there: ďWhat will that be like if that ever happens again.Ē That never goes away, that feeling.

You are known for your terrible behavior. Was there something special in your childhood that caused you to act out like that?

I refused to go on holiday with my parents from a very early age, you know 13 or 14, because I used to be terrifically embarrassed towards my dadís proclivity towards taking his clothes off and running around naked. Heíd do it for a laugh, but it used to really, really annoy and upset me.

Anything else?

I remember catching my mom and dad having sex and it ruined me for about a year. You know? It does, it affects you badly. Itís something that should be kept private, that side of it, because a childís mind canít cope with what that is. I remember my mom going, ďOh, no, oh, no,Ē and I thought my dad was killing her.

Some would say you might have embarrassed your parents in public. You certainly provoked a lot of peopleÖ

Yeah, sometimes deliberately in real life and sometimes not. Sometimes when I mean nothing but good things, it seems to really, really infuriate a lot of people. Iíve had the rare privilege in life of offending everyone all at the same time. Joyous moments! Only Johnny Rotten can do that.

The older you get, do you see yourself more as John Lydon or Johnny Rotten?

Itís the same thing. Sometimes thereís a devil in me that just wants to be a down and dirty, nasty bastard.

And that never went away?

No! You know that old expression where thereís a devil on your shoulder telling you to do this and thereís an angel on the other. I think we all have this in our own heads, all of the time. And thereís a Johnny Rotten in all of you! There really is and you know it.

Is there anybody you can think of in the current music industry that resembles punk rock, even just a little bit?

I suppose the joy of Lady Gaga. Her audience likes to dress up and enjoys the pantomime of it. The songs stink, the music stinks, but the lyrics are kind of sharp and witty. I like that. You see, Lady Gaga is quite an ugly person, but sheís made herself beautiful by going to the furthest extreme. And thatís what punk did, you know?

When you look at the people topping the charts these days, does what has happened to the music industry make you upset?

No, Iím not pissed off. I mean, if thatís what people want to do with their lives, fine. I find it kind of amusing, really. But I donít find any hope in the tedium of whatís in the charts at the moment. The only rebellion left in the young people that seem to be records that sell these days is sex scandals and gossip about each other. Or desperately trying to be drug addicts Ė and failing even at that! You know? Itís such an old, tired, worn-out pattern to be emulating. Sorry Pete Doherty! But, you know, youíre a mug. (Laughs)

Have you taken a step back from the excessive lifestyle?

I havenít! Iím no Puritan, not by any stretch. Iím quite comfortable doing what I do and I see no need to cease anything. Iím not habitual. I could never be addicted to a substance, because I get bored with doing the same thing over and over. It amazes me when I hear of drug addicts. Donít they get bored? What next? Done that.

Taking a wide variety of drugs isnít necessarily healthier than just doing the same drug all the timeÖ

I love chemical imbalances.

Looking back at the outrage your behavior often created, is there anything where you think you might have taken it too far?

To be quite frank I havenít stopped being a saucy bastard Ė and I donít intend to. Iím still getting in trouble and I still act like a silly kid. I donít want to grow up. I like being childish, I do, because I donít like what adults do to this world. I like what kids come up with, I donít like what adults create.

When was the last time you got into trouble?

I canít tell you other than it involved international travel. (Laughs) But Iím accused all the time of, I donít know, acts of nonsense and theyíre all lies.

Mick Jagger said that dwelling on the past for longer than twenty minutes is just boring. Do you remember your past with fondness?

I donít view anything as my past, because my life is continuing, but what Iíve done then and what Iím doing now and what I will do in the future are all part of the same thing. I do not separate and categorize. Poor old Mick if he goes, ďThatís my past.Ē Thatís a bit sad of him, really, isnít it? He should be saying, ďThatís me, all of it. Thatís me continuing to develop as a human being.Ē I donít have any downward strokes on any part of my existence. Itís all been a wonderful ride so far and Iím only 54 years young.

Arenít you 55?

(Laughs) So even on that Iím fibbing. I donít even know my own age! But I think Iíve got another half century to live. I view it that way. Iíve only really just started out in life.

In his suicide letter, Hunter S. Thompson wrote that life became unbearable past the age of 50.

Thatís ridiculous. The only thing you have in life is life. To eliminate that from yourself is, I think, the ultimate stupidity. I donít care if both legs fall off and thereís only one eyeball left and Iím on a stomach pump and a colostomy bag, I want life!

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