Music and Bands

My Rock Machine and Mistakes Swamps the Seasons – Music of June 2021

Things are starting to turn around for me and it makes me feel hopeful that I will be able to continue my career path. I've had a good amount of time off to contemplating my next steps and I think it really prepared me for the upcoming new chapter. The Cardigans - My Favorite Game… Continue reading My Rock Machine and Mistakes Swamps the Seasons – Music of June 2021

Dreams

Listen to the Rock Machine

I've been having a lot of these dreams lately and one of my friends takes it as a sign that I'm going to do something one day that it originates from. None of these dreams I have are meant to be 100% accurate to the lore, it's just what I'm experiencing. I opened my eyes… Continue reading Listen to the Rock Machine

Music and Bands

Demons and Memories Like Love and Noise – Music of May 2021

I'm back again. I didn't do this last month because of a lot of personal issues and losses I was going through. Even though I had all the songs lined up, I realized that I was just too upset and had all these tearful tunes that would risk me revealing a lot of things that… Continue reading Demons and Memories Like Love and Noise – Music of May 2021

Music and Bands

Virtual Worlds To Escape Into

When virtual shows became a thing last year, I originally shunned them because nothing can replace going to the event myself and seeing it all with my own eyes, even if there was still room for interaction because artists have to make money somehow in times like this. What made me change my mind was… Continue reading Virtual Worlds To Escape Into

books, Music and Bands

Once Upon A Nightwish – The Early Years

Another book down. This one was an early Christmas gift last year and before I read this I felt like, I have loved Nightwish for years but there is so little I know about them. Maybe it's time to learn more, and this book tells the story of the band's formation and era with their… Continue reading Once Upon A Nightwish – The Early Years

Gaming

DOOM Eternal – Earth Apocalypse for a Dying Urdak

Against all the evil that Hell can conjure, all the wickedness that mankind can produce, we will send unto them... only you. Rip and tear, until it is done. Nope, not the Dark Lord this time, but still, bravo to you if you read that in King Novik's voice! It's time for another game review… Continue reading DOOM Eternal – Earth Apocalypse for a Dying Urdak

Music and Bands

Mementos and Lifestyle Walking into Dominion and Fire – Music of March 2021

Ah I think March goes by too quickly and that can either be a good or bad thing. But it was still full of events for me which made it less boring! Anyway, here we are again with my music. Kamelot - Memento Mori https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgkksZBQ70w Listening to this album for the first time I remember… Continue reading Mementos and Lifestyle Walking into Dominion and Fire – Music of March 2021

Music and Bands

Final Days – The Sci-Fi Metal Escape

The moment Orden Ogan announced they were releasing a new album and it was going to be all sci-fi, I was super excited and ended up waiting a whole year for it to be released due to delays. It finally arrived in my hands yesterday and right on time! AFM is more punctual than I… Continue reading Final Days – The Sci-Fi Metal Escape

Music and Bands

Positions go Down in Battle and Question the Stardust – Music of February 2021

I never liked how February is such a short month, it always feels like there's so much I want to do and don't get done, like at the start of the month, I put up a story post about the planned articles I had for this month and only two of them are still in… Continue reading Positions go Down in Battle and Question the Stardust – Music of February 2021

Music and Bands

When Bands Split

Nobody likes to hear when their favorite band disbands, it can be devastating given the influence they have on fans, and lately I saw that this month appears to be the splitting of two bands I know. These bands in terms of how much I love them, on a scale of 1 to 10, are… Continue reading When Bands Split