16:20 - !J.O.O.E.! Personally I'm hoping that one day Lynch decides he wants to do a film adaptation of Silent Hill 2.
16:18 - !J.O.O.E.! It could work, although I'm not sure how well being forced to shoot the limbs off things would translate to a film :P
16:15 - moonflash Although I'm inclined to think a Dead Space movie done right might change that. It has got all the right elements, and the concept is arguably better. Probably never gona happen though. :/
16:12 - !J.O.O.E.! Alien is just a masterclass of cinematography. Which is why I think it looks less dated than Aliens.
16:09 - moonflash Doesn't get better than Alien in the sci-fi horror genre. The scene where they enter the cockpit room of the derelict ship is just so awe-inducing... Absolutely perfect the mystery and atmosphere of it.
16:07 - !J.O.O.E.! To be honest I regard Alien 3 as a return to that. Stuck on a prison planet with no working technology or weapons.
16:04 - Apothecary Alien will always be the best to me because that was really the only one that had a strong horror vibe, after that I think it became more sci fi focused. Not that I don't love sci fi, but a blend of both is preferable
"Afterlife", the new video from Dutch metallers Nemesea, is now available for viewing at this location.
The song comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled The Quiet Resistance, which will see the light of day on 18th November via Napalm Records. More details about The Quiet Resistance were previously reported over here.
"Afterlife", a new song from Dutch gothic rockers Nemesea is now streaming online at the band's official Facebook page. The single is off of the band's upcoming new album entitled The Quiet Resistance scheduled for release on November 17th via Napalm Records.
Napalm Records is proud to announce that Dutch gothic rock band Nemesea has joined their ranks.
The band revolving around frontlady Manda signed a worldwide record deal with the Austrian label and is currently working on new songs. The new album will hit the streets in summer 2011!
Commented the band: "Teaming up with Napalm Records is something we have been looking forward to for quite some time now. We've been working really hard on our new album and are very excited Napalm have taken us under their wing. A great record company that believes in Nemesea! There's a lot of emotion on this album as well as power and anxiety. So, on the upcoming album there will be very strong and powerful songs as well as beautiful fragile ballads. We have full confidence that Napalm Records will bring the music to where it belongs."
Dutch metallers Nemesea have issued the short following update:
"We are very happy to announce that right now we are recording our third studio album. We'll keep you up to date with weblogs, pictures and videos. Keep checking the website for news about the tracklist, artwork and release date!
You can also find us on Twitter, Hyves and Youtube."
The new live album by Dutch rockers Nemesea, entitled "Pure Live @ P3", will be released worldwide on September 1st through Sellaband. The cover art of the album was created by Marco Hartmann for MHV.
The band adds: "For those of you who buy this album before September 1st, there will be an extra CD/DVD with a lot of bonus material included when we start shipping the CD's. We are sure that you will appreciate these special recordings. Just to make you a little curious, it will contain some wonderful unreleased versions of a couple of songs, a karaoke version for you guys and girls to sing along with and much more! So you don't want to miss this one! Pre-order this special album in our shop now!"
Dutch gothic rock band Nemesea have welcomed Lasse Dellbrügge as the newest addition to the fold. The band comments: "We are proud to present to you our new fifth member, an amazing guy and a very talented DJ/keyboard player: Lasse Dellbrügge. He used to play with Orphanage and we are very happy to welcome him aboard."
Dutch female-fronted Gothic rock band Nemesea are happy to announce they have their first-ever music video online. The band commented:
"We've worked very hard to make it a special one. Together with D'iMages (also known from After Forever, Ayreon and Stream Of Passion) we made this video and we are very proud to show it to the world! Click here to watch it and let us know what you think about it."
The song comes off the band's second album "In Control", which was was produced by Tony Platt (AC/DC) and Ronald Prent (Rammstein) and was released in June 2007.