23:15 - Sunny Pagliaccio Satanic Verses, I'm obsessed with it and I think you'll like it. <33333333333333333333 333333
23:14 - Apothecary I've always loved to read, and as a history major I do it a lot both for class and for pleasure. You are right though that it's unfortunately a declining hobby among people, p. hard to argue that
23:09 - snake? snaaaake! Studying has killed the joy I used to get from reading for pleasure, even though the two are unrelated. I just can't unwind with a good book anymore :(
23:07 - Sunny Pagliaccio Literature *dreamy eyes* ... People don't appreciate that anymore and anyway we're all too stuck up in our own heads to really care if you think about it... I mean honestly how often does one contemplate such things.
23:07 - Redn1ght Hmm, maybe. Could be if they are heavily influenced by the book. Sure.
23:00 - J. N. Oh no, Che's thinking on his own. Somebody, please, stop him.
German power metallers Savage Circus have announced the return of drummer Thomen Stauch and that they are currently writing new material, which they plan to release at the end of the year. The band posted the following on their Facebook page: "Allright guys! After quite a while of silence from SC we're again ready to drop some news your way. Some of you might have thought 2009's Of Doom And Death was the last thing you'd hear from this band but this is simply not the case."
German power metallers Blind Guardian have released this statement on their official site concerning the upcoming compilation album Memories Of A Time To Come: "Finally, after all these years, we have found the time to gather our most worthy songs into a best of compilation, representative of our career's first 25 years. From the very beginning it was important for us to undertake this project only if we could put the necessary time and attention to detail into it. With overwhelming nostalgia we have looked back on 25 years and came up with Memories Of A Time To Come, an organic mixture of some of our greatest songs."
Festivals of the Wicked, the six-hour DVD extravaganza of Iced Earth will be released in Europe later this month (June 27th) and America shortly thereafter (July 12th). The live DVD will be comprised of three full-length concerts (Wacken, Rock Hard, and Metal Camp), a 60-minute documentary, photo galleries, and video clips. More details were previously reported over here.
The second two-minute trailer for the upcoming DVD release can be now be watched over at the band's website.