14:11 - Hex_Omega Oil is the power. Scotland with Oil: 'we want to be independent!' ; Scotland without Oil: 'oh no, please no!'
13:54 - Syk Nesbitt Crab votes yes! cos he's a dead fuckwit with no cares for currency! nay!
13:32 - Bad English Just thinking about what would Rab C. Nesbitt vote today for?
10:50 - ANGEL REAPER ..so i was working on my diploma project...one of the tests i was doung is about to finish ...after 11 hours of numbers crunching ...
07:07 - Redn1ght Lol.... I just noticed that my sort-of encyclopedia of mythologies is made in Egypt... A MIRACLE, so many books are printed in China.
04:56 - ScreamingSteelUS Yeah, it seems like Cracked has now overtaken "MAD." Moving online in 2005 was a very smart idea. I've had the chance to peruse some old "MAD"s myself, but I've been a loyal fan of Cracked for six or seven years now.
04:49 - Redn1ght No wonder then! @Screaming. (Only way I knew about MAD was because of seeing some OOLD issues in a second-hand book store and dad showed them there.)
01. Acid Mist Tomorrow 02. Six Fingers In One Hand She Holds The Dawn (Part I) 03. Six Fingers In One Hand She Holds The Dawn (Part II) 04. Story Of The Eye 05. Gehenne (Part I) 06. Gehenne (Part II) 07. Gehenne (Part III) 08. Brume Unique Obscurité (Part I) 09. Brume Unique Obscurité (Part II)
Hypno5e is another example of the whole being better than the individual parts. Acid Mist Tomorrow is really techy progressive metalcore, and although there's really nothing new in each aspect, pieced together it's an impressive puzzle work.
I realized the existence of this band a long time ago, but I still enjoy this album. I don't think this band is better than other bands in the same genre, but this album has its own power to attract my attention.