05:34 - Redn1ght [link] take a look at this video and the guy's other videos on that sort of topic. Deadone.
05:32 - deadone Red, protestants were just as nasty - ever hear of the Thirty Years' War? Or forced conversion of myriads of colonised peoples around the world? Christianity of all forms only became mostly soft and cuddly after the 1950s!
05:29 - Redn1ght deadone, you are talking about the Catholic church who, infact, burned and tortured people who they deemed as heretics who read the bible instead of worshiping Catholic false "Jesus."? :P
05:28 - no one no (in nz anyway) there aren't as much christians anymore.... i don't mind hating on them when they get controlling or preachy.
05:28 - deadone Red, are you forgetting 1650+ years of people being required to love Jesus at threat of ostracisation or extreme violence (basically since Council of Nicaea in 325 ad to about 1970 when secularism gained massive ground in West) .
05:24 - Redn1ght no one. People didn't like Jesus back then, people don't like him these days... I mean, geez. Nothing new under the sun. Right?
05:24 - no one @ apothecary: makes a change from "look at my shit song" link , link, link
Inner Wound Recordings announced that the label will re-release the classic Andromeda progressive metal albums II = I and Chimera. The release dates are set for January 21st for North America and January 24th for Europe. Both albums are remastered and contain liner notes written by Andromeda guitarist Johan Reinholdz.
Swedish metallers Andromeda have announced the release date of their long awaited fourth studio album "The Immunity Zone". The album will be out in the USA on the 16th of September. More release dates for the rest of the world are said to be posted soon. More information about the album is also expected to follow.
Swedish Progressive Metallers Andromeda has revealed details of their live DVD entitled "Playing Off The Board".
The main feature was recorded on 31st October 2006 in Wyspianski Theater in Katowice (Poland) when Andromeda supported Pendragon at a 21st Anniversary of "The Jewel" concert. The band (line-up: David Fremberg - vocals, Johan Reinholdz - guitar, Martin Hedin - keyboards, Thomas Lejon - drums and Fabian Gustavsson - bass) concentrated mostly on their latest "Chimera" album but the set-list also includes older tracks from "Extension Of The Wish" and "II=I" albums. Get ready for a strong dose of progressive metal! The Swedish quintet offers powerful and sublime sound compositions that are both structurally intricate and overflowing with a vast spectrum of emotions.
As we all espected Andromeda has started recording their third album. This happened in last few weeks. It's still unknown how long will this take... I just can't wait to hear what band has to offer with their new work... Can you? I think that this waiting will pay off when new album is released!