09:39 - Jaeryd17 Are you kidding? I loved the ending to Mass Effect 3. I think everyone was just looking for a happy ending and threw a toddler-fit because they didn't get it. Also, Boxcar, have you played Fallout 1 or 2 yet?
06:45 - huascaman The EA sports NHL games are the best. \m/
06:29 - Unhealer Jaeryd17, agree Mass Effect is excellent. Also, I didn't mind the so-hated ending that much.
06:23 - BoxCar Willy I really only play Fallout. Ive beaten both at least 10 times, (new Vegas probably even more). They are just the best, they capture everything I love. They just need a metal soundtrack and dirtbikes. Lol.
06:20 - Jaeryd17 No best game series, I don't think... but Mass Effect comes incredibly close. Love me some Halo, Metroid, Zelda, Borderlands, Battlefield, and Elder Scrolls, though.
05:59 - psykometal I've done like dozens of playthroughs using the Oghma to level boost, to try out several different character builds (since there used to not be respec option), so I now I want to actually complete it, or come real close. :)
Ready to troll? Well, "TrinkenTroll", the freshly released video from Norwegian folk metal band Trollfest, can now be seen below. The song for this video comes off the group's forthcoming album, entitled Brumlebassen, which will be released on August 24th through NoiseArt Records. The video was produced by Manskow Productions with photography by Oddbjørn Hofseth.
"Illsint", a brand new song from Norwegian folks Trollfest is now available for viewing on the lyric video by Manskow Productions below. The song will also be available for download until Friday, July 6th here. The song will appear on the band's fifth album Brumlebassen, due for release via NoiseArt Records on August 24th.
Work is set to begin this month on the fifth full-length album from Trollfest, the band that has eschewed musical convention by combining local folk sounds from their native Norway with those from the Balkans, and mixing them together with occasional melodies that could originate anywhere from the Latino countries to the Middle East, and topping it all with head banging metal and a generous dose of humour, in order to form their own genre of "True Norwegian Balkan Metal". The band will enter the Strand Studios on the 7th November to spend three weeks in the company of engineer Marius Strand to record drums, bass, guitars and main vocals, and then move on to their own "Trollskogen Recording Facilities" to record the extra vocals, choirs, and instruments. Updates on the recording, including photos and video, will be available on the band's blog at http://trollfest.blogg.no/.
"Die Verdammte Hungersnot", the new video from Norwegian metallers Trollfest, can be viewed at this location.
"Die Verdammte Hungersnot" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled En Kvest For Den Hellige Gral, which will be released through NoiseArt Records on April 29th. More details about En Kvest For Den Hellige Gral were previously reported over here.
En Kvest For Den Hellige Gral, the new album from Norwegian "Balkan metallers" Trollfest, will be released on April 29th through NoiseArt Records.
One of the new songs on the album, called "Die Verdammte Hungersnot", has been made available for streaming over at Soundcloud.
The Romanian division of Trollfest TV sent their finest reporter Andrea Chirulescu to Oslo to see what was happening in the Trollfest lair, as the release of En Kvest for den Hellige Gral is getting closer.
More album details were previously reported over here.
Norwegian metallers Trollfest will release their new album, En Kvest For Den Hellige Gral, on April 29 via NoiseArt Records. The CD will be made available as a limited-edition digipak with a bonus track.
En Kvest For Den Hellige Gral tracklist:
01. Die Verdammte Hungersnot
03. Die Berüchtiges Bande
05. Der Sündenbock Gegalte
08. Jevnes Med Jorden
09. En Gammel Trollsti
Trollfest, the Oslo-based black metallers who describe their music as True Norwegian Balkan Black Metal, recently entered the Strand Studio in Oslo to record the band's fourth full-length album and have released an update on the proceedings via a video. In what has become something of a tradition with Trollfest, the whole recording process is once again being filmed by Manskow Productions and the first update contains interviews with various band members, as well as clips from the studio that give a taste of what can be expected from the new album. The band will be looking for a new label to release the album. The video can be seen on the band's MySpace page.
Three new Trollfest tracks, "Wo Bin Ich Jetz Aufgewacht?", "Der Jegermeister" and "Uraltes Elemente", are available for streaming at the band's official MySpace page. The tracks come off the band's forthcoming new album, entitled "Villanden", due on January 9th via Twilight Vertrieb.
Norwegian "trollish" metallers Trollfest has revealed the artwork and tracklisting for the upcoming third album, "Villanden", due before the end of the year via Omvina Records.
01. Wo Bin Ich Jetz Aufgewacht?
02. Der JegerMeister
03. Uraltes Elemente
05. Per, Pål Og Brakebeins Abenteuer
06. Der Uhr Ist Skandaløst Schändlich
07. God Fart
09. En Ny Erfaring
11. Die Kirche Undt Der Mache
Norwegian "trollish" metallers have posted a new song online, which is called "Trinkenvisen". It is one of their songs from the forthcoming third album "Villanden". The album is scheduled to be released at the end of this year via Omvina Records.
The song is also available as a video. You can listen and watch the video here.