Nekr0n

Андрей, 23, Masculino, RússiaÚltima visita: Quinta de manhã

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  • urethrive

    Yeaaaaaaaah thanks a lot man - I aprreciate it. Will listen to it tonight - it's not too dark yet for Nox Arcana yet :)

    9 Dez 2012 Responder
  • urethrive

    man can you send me download link to the new NOX ARCANA album ?

    8 Dez 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Hey Andrey, how are you? Haven't heard anything from you in a while. On Thursday I attended Anathema's concert in Zagreb so I wrote a report this morning. It's too long for a shoutbox so I'll send you as a private message. ;)

    14 Out 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Just noticed the immense length of his albums. If they are all based on concept stories he could sell them to film directors. =)

    25 Jul 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    My browsing history tells me I've opened some of his album pages (links are painted purple) although I don't remember how I got there. It's pretty much vanished in my mind. Some people are just workaholics and maybe other musicians from his parent band are not willing to spend that much time working so he has to create side projects to express himself fully. :D

    25 Jul 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    When band gains new fans with their latest release it's always a good news. ;) Heard about Antimatter but never checked them out. Still need to get a lot more familiar with Anathema so atm I'm not much interested. Don't know how those side projects sound. However, usually when I see some side projects I think to myself why would someone waste their creativity somewhere else when they already have a band. As I can see this didn't have any bad affect on Anathema's albums, in fact it's quite the opposite. =)

    25 Jul 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Yeah, I had to give it a spin since they're going to play in Zagreb in October and now after brilliant latest album my desire to see them live is even stronger! Only very rare bands manage to create such a brilliant atmosphere, what makes it better is the fact they still have so much creative juices left after 22 years of making music! I don't see any plays from We're Here Because We're Here in your library and If you love Weather Systems so much I'm almost certain WHBWH will leave an equally good impression on you.

    25 Jul 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Personally I don't see why so many people feel the need to compare latest releases with albums the very same group recorded 30 years ago, it's preposterous. That's why I never read reviews from new albums that I know I'll give a spin sooner or later. Coldplay?! lol, they're probably just trolling.

    3 Jul 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Rush somewhat controversial?! What makes you say that? Didn't know you like Anathema, I must check out their newer releases if I'll attend their concert in October. Almost 1/3 of their set list consists of songs from Weather Systems. Interesting, judging by your description the new EP sounds like a mix between The White and Marrow of the Spirit.

    2 Jul 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Great, is that just a one track EP? What are your first impressions with Faustian Echoes? Don't know why I'm so lazy with checking out new releases lately. Haven't checked out (or even downloaded) latest releases from: Rush, Anathema, Jeff Loomis, Agalloch, Manilla Road... hopefully it's just a phase and I'll grow out of it very soon.

    2 Jul 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Haven't listened to any other songs aside from those already released before so I can't tell. I'll give album a spin when Rush mood hits me.

    5 Jun 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Nice, hopefully it's a good one. How do you like BU2B, Caravan and Headlong Flight so far?

    5 Jun 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    I must have confused Forseti with some other artist from music you uploaded on dropbox. Anyway, I'm sure there was a pretty strong reason why I've decided to download all of his albums. Jenzig doesn't sound that good to be honest but now after listening to excerpts from songs on Erde I clearly remember beautiful melodies that caught my attention in the first place. Do you understand what he's singing about or use google translate? There are numerous Agalloch FB pages, can you send me a link?

    25 Mai 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    No, I haven't. Thanks for the information! I wonder what direction they have taken with this EP!?

    25 Mai 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Btw as you can see I'm listening to Forseti's EP Jenzig and I got a question. Does he sing on most other songs featured on full length studio albums? I don't remember hearing his voice while listening to some songs you uploaded from Erde.

    25 Mai 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Déserts 1st Episode and 1st Interpolation of Organised Sound represents his electronic explorations a lot better so give it a try if you're still interested. Well, Poème Électronique is clearly not among my favourites but it's always interesting to hear this early explorations of electronic music. I think you'll enjoy The Rite of Spring a lot more, it's nowhere near as unusual/weird as music of Varèse. :D

    25 Mai 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    First of all I'm surprised you decided to give Varèse's compositions a try, as they are clearly not a good starting point with contemporary classical music. Use of siren gives away that war feeling in his compositions, doesn't it? While I was listening to Varèse music for the first time it also made me stop doing everything so I just focused on the music. Now after many spins of his complete works I don't have to be 100% focused and still enjoy it. That would be impossible to describe, it's like asking someone why they watch war films. One of the reasons are: new ideas/concepts, uniqueness, uncertainty (what will happen next; how it will develop). Every time I'm listening his music there is always some details that haven't caught my attention earlier. That's what makes it sound always fresh and new with each spin. What do you think about Poème Électronique in terms of early developments and explorations of electronic music?

    25 Mai 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Glad you like it! I think I'll give songs from album Ralf und Florian another chance on youtube then, thanks! Some contemporary classical composers also made immense contributions in development of electronic music e.g. Edgard Varèse, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Iannis Xenakis, György Ligeti etc. Indeed it was mind-blowing and most electronic music pioneers could play at least 2 instruments as opposed to most nowadays DJ's who only know how to mix music and use some generic techno beats...

    23 Mai 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    So, how do you like Kraftwerk's Autobahn?

    23 Mai 2012 Responder
  • SAGYology

    Of course that's just the way I see it, there are some other differences in sound for sure. I'm not skilled and educated musically to really tell. Interesting observation about ITCOTCK.

    19 Mai 2012 Responder
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Sobre mim

A long way has been done.

Power Metal --> Heavy Metal --> Hard Rock --> Classic Rock --> Progressive Rock --> Post-Rock --> Neofolk
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I never liked black metal, never respected Burzum and never enjoyed growling. I think it's a shame that many talented dark/atmospheric bands sometimes tend to fall as low as black metal.
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I play guitar and study maths. In general, I am sceptic and misanthropic. Music is more of freedom to me and so is solitude.

A bit of history.

By the age of 14 I went through all the 9 circles of music hell. I listned to most disgusting music, such as rap, worst pop, dance & trance music, popular alternative rock...

When I was about 14, I bought eventualy an mp3 CD by In Extremo, as I remembered them playing in Gothic I videogame (by the way, I am still a big fan of Gothic I in general and Herr Mannelig song in particular). Somehow In Extremo changed me. I erased all my previous music and started a new era. I discovered power metal by Blind Guardian and Rhapsody of Fire, then heavy metal by Iron Maiden and Stormwitch, then hard & classic rock by Deep Purple and Uriah Heep. Then there was progressive rock with Rush, Pink Floyd and King Crimson. Progressive was followed by post-rock, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Mono, Lite and Crippled Black Phoenix. Finally, already two years I am totally addicted to neofolk, dark folk and atmospheric music. And I wonder, what will be next.

So, ever since 14 I was in constant search for new music. Some genres I rejected, like all mainstream music and extreme variations of metal, that are listned not as music, but as a well of inner rage, negative emotions and insanity. Obviously, they are grindcore, death and black metal, different core-music, nu-metal.

By now there are 6 bands, that I call my out-of-time favourites:
- In Extremo
- Blind Guardian
- Rhapsody
- Stormwitch
- Rush
- Agalloch





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