21:34 - Bad English untill 16 I did not listen music much it was hard, I did watch TV , but I just calculate I am not shore, (BTW I includet porno as well)
21:33 - Zaphod Come on, I believe you've seen a lot of movies, but let's be realistic, 20.000 movies is a fuck ton, I don't buy it unless watching movies is somehow related to your work in which case it's still a fuck ton and not very believable
21:29 - Zaphod Lol. I'm not gonna calculate that but I'm pretty sure it'd come out something like 10 hours a day watching movies/listening to music for 20 years on the condition that he never listens to the same album/watches the same movie twic
21:29 - Bad English Zap - I dunno number but I did do it in teenage days holydays like 5 per day so on, I have seen 10-20k IMO
21:21 - Fearmeister @Zaph Don't forget the 50,000 albums he has apparently listened to as well
Within the realm of experimentation in the metal genre, Sunn O))) and Ulver need little introduction. Both have consistently pushed boundaries over the past decade, the latter barely even being metal anymore at this point. So really, it was only a matter of time before some sort of joint effort between them spawned in 2014's Terrestrials, which can only be described as a complete and natural synthesis of the parties involved.
Eternal Return is probably one of the most eerie and stunning songs I've heard in a while. At first it sounds like the two bands are doing their best and their darkest Earth impression...which causes an unwilling swell of desolation to befall you. Once the vocals hit, it goes to a brand new level.
I mentioned in my review that it'd be cool if more work was done between the Sunn O))) guys and the Ulver guys, but in a way that's already a reality. Stephen O'Malley actually has his Æthenor project with Garm and Daniel O'Sullivan, anyone who enjoyed this collab should definitely look into it.