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The main body is a concert recorded in Berlin's K17. The choice is an obvious and correct one. Not only is there more public in the German concert that in any I've attended of Feindlflug; but the venue can be prepared thoroughly for the event with scenography and the distribution of instruments; something that might prove more difficult in a Festival or a concert in a foreign city.
Seen sober I hated this film so much. The potential to raise itself beyond its limitations was never realised. This could have been a super film. There are moments of great tension on here. Seen pissed as a fart the film is funny as fuck. The gags are cringe worthy and hilarious. The effects raises hoots of laughter. The acting has you falling over clutching your sides. If ever a film deserves the accolade of Trash then Love Cracked The Movie is the one.
The strong point of the Macrocephalous Compost compilations (now onto their third volume) must be the sheer breadth of ground that they cover with respect to the selection of artists, and also the opportunity given to view many acts at the top of their game, without ever having to travel the world over to attend frequently obscure gig locations.
The whole Macrocephalous Compost DVD series bringing another element to the already magnificent music on display. Buy this. And at the same time grab hold of Volumes I & II. This is an audio and visual experience you’ll never forget. Roll on volume IV.
It's at this point that they get to the two more well-known singles from the band: Decadent and Desperate followed by Parasite God. Again, you can hear the fans react, and see the band react likewise. These three songs in unison really make for a powerful explosion. Everything turns out very well mixed and it just completely fuels everything unto itself.
I’ve been fortunate to be present at one of this live shows, which Boyd delivered with a preciseness and authority that had the audience spellbound until the very last echoes of noise faded into raptures applause. Presented in eight tracks The ‘Baptism of Fire’ CD pulls together the very best of two live shows by Boyd in Los Angeles and Adelaide, where on this occasion he’s added by Douglas P and John Murphy. Covering a range of tracks from his back catalogue, Boyd delivers the goods with a intensity and expertise that you’d expect and with the inclusion of huge percussion arrangements played live by his compatriots, these powerful, almost speech-like songs take on a very military-esque persona to create an atmosphere akin to that of a rousing rally or calling to arms.
“Filmwert Flammenzauber” captures the live musical events of May 19 & 20th of 2004 at the Flammenzauber IV festival. Spanning two DVD’s “Filmwert Flammenzauber” features live musical performances by Changes, Ostara, In Gowan Ring, Waldteufel, Echo West, Axon Neuron and Mercydesign as well as exclusive live interviews with Mercy Design, Waldteufel, In Gowan Ring, Changes and Ostara. That’s seven separate full length live performances and five exclusive interviews! And it doesn’t end there. The producers also offer an ‘extras’ section on one DVD which includes other elements of the festivities beyond the music such as a live recording of a literature recital and a video recording of the medieval re-enactment banquet hosted by the castle.
Tyr volume 2 eclipses it predecessor in terms of quality and offerings. It has been a pleasant experience to experience the book and I have reread many articles and revisited others gleaning new insight with each reading. Tyr is the voice of a new generation of writers, philosophers and artists who are seeking to understand themselves in a modern world while drawing upon the wisdom and tradition of the past. Tyr is also bridging the void between literature and music as it gives a voice to music influenced by the myth, culture and tradition that Tyr exemplifies.