12:30 - Netzach Well with Primer they had to explain to each other, while in Interstellar you'd expect the scientists to already know the stuff they were explaining... but no big deal, both are great films in their own way
11:47 - J. N. Joe: Holy shit, this is the first proper Anaal Nathrakh lookalike I've ever heard.
10:29 - Joe Zombie I liked that one as well and I did notice the many similarities in Interstellar.
10:24 - Nimlot What did you think of 2001: A Space Odyssey?
10:21 - Joe Zombie I think a movie doused with too much science is harder to sell to the average moviegoer. Like Primer for example. Some explanation was necessary. I didn't find it annoying.
Additional info Recorded in Homebase Studios in July 2010 by Conny Schattka, iheartsound, Bielefeld.
Music and lyrics by Herbst.
Produced by mk for Lupus Lounge Records.
Pictures by Herbst.
Artwork by Robert Jahns.
Neige strikes again. Yes, the bloke from Alcest who apparently believes it's his sworn duty to make sure as many bands possible are working together towards achieving his vision (a perfect shoegaze/post-rock black metal album perchance?), is here too, but only handling the vocal duties and not contributing to the songwriting itself. If you expected Écailles De Lune number 2, you might be slightly disappointed.
The relaxing sections, Niege's vocals and the songwriting of this release is in my opinion what makes it worthwhile. It is such a shame that the album is over so quickly which left me in a bittersweet state, yearning for more.