From the underrated Ollie King OST, amazing stuff.
New Defeater CD <3
Now they're telling the story from the point of view of the Priest who meets the main character from their first CD.
So the CDs are told from the perspective of:
Travels : "The son", ends up killing his brother and committing suicide
Lost Ground : The homeless man the character from the first CD meets during his time in WW2
Empty Days & Sleepless Nights : The brother from the first CD starting before the other character's birth and ending with his death
Letters Home : The father of the two brothers
Abandoned : The priest the brother from the first CD goes to to admit to murdering his brother before he commits suicide
(Alright starts at 2:40)
Kendrick Lamar has been nominated for 11 Grammys. I hope that he wins all of them, even the ones that conflict with eachother.
Last edited by Krigo; 12-14-2015 at 02:00 AM.
Funny fact about life: After you reach a certain age, you'll find that you might be out of touch with the latest music, and tend to gravitate towards the songs of your early youth. Trust me on this one.
I spend the most time listening to 80's pop and classic rock. I couldn't tell you what's popular right now if my life depended on it.
Fallen in love with the live version from Snare Lustrous Doomings, but considering those are blocked in my country (and I have no idea what country they're unblocked in) I'll just post the original studio version:
Having a chill time with Nellie McKay's album of 60's pop covers
I also checked out "La Di Da Di" by Battles but it was kind of underwhelming.
I finally got around to listening to Neon Indian's VEGA INTL. Night School. Pretty annoyed that I took so long, this could be one of my favorite albums released this year.
Been nonstop jamming Car Bomb's w^w^^w^w album. Possibly the coolest math band I've heard in a long time. Reminds me of Meshuggah + Dillinger.
Rome Hero Foxes debut album, Contortionist - Language Rediscovered, and finally, Couteaux's debut..
Misery Signals got back together last year apparently and did a fucking BADASS live studio appearance / performance with the original singer.
Metalcore band, one of the best of their time. Check out "Five Years" (5:25) if you're not familiar. Amazing melody, solid vocals and their drummer is insane. Song has my favorite breakdown ever in it (lots of melody, not just a big chug fest) towards the end, around 9:38 in the video for the minute after that. Bass line is so nasty.
I've been listening to The Dismemberment Plan and Wolf Parade a lot this week, along with Tears for Fears and a mix of everything in my library shuffled. I have my two finals tomorrow and Thursday, which I'm panicking about.
Despite my good grades this semester, I've never been a fan of final exams and always find myself anxious working on them. Either way, with current grade averages in the high 80s I don't think I have anything to worry about