We need to hack ourselves to become something more

Human beings are hungry after an ultimate understanding, some kind of cosmic communion. This idea of that there will be some final answer, some meaning, something that is more real than everyday reality. A few days before my mother died, on her death bed, she asked me what I think will happen when we die? … More We need to hack ourselves to become something more

New in (vinyl): Savatage, Pink Floyd, Anekdoten and waiting for Remedy Lane

Whenever I visit record stores, I always ask about Savatage. I even gave my number to the owner of a record store in another city, just so he can call me about Savatage items. Yep, freak of the week. I also want to do a post about my Savatage collection… for absolutely no reason at all, … More New in (vinyl): Savatage, Pink Floyd, Anekdoten and waiting for Remedy Lane

Summer playlist, Haken, Vintage Hi-fi and Rockstars on Social Media?

Summer is here and I haven’t posted anything for a long time. I did a review of Haken’s new album ”Affinity”, however I never posted it. To be honest I just got sick and tired of all the Haken-hype. All I see is posts about “Affinity” and I’m just so over it. I like the … More Summer playlist, Haken, Vintage Hi-fi and Rockstars on Social Media?

INTRONAUT – A view on Progressive Metal with Sacha Dunable

“Copying a Meshuggah riff and then add in a guitar solo, is not being progressive in my opinion” – Sacha Dunable. Prog metal is a vast field, and some of its most interesting bands are some of the hardest to define. To some it begins with Dream Theater and ends with a stream of bands … More INTRONAUT – A view on Progressive Metal with Sacha Dunable