Gaia Epicusis a great band I discovered some time ago while collecting Star Wars fan music on the net. They have 2 albums - "Satrap" and "Symphony of Glory". The style is melodic hard rock and power metal and I really enjoy their songs.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far away The evil empire was building a force, destroying all in its way Lord Vader, he's the man in black Helmet of steel helps him to breathe, and with Jedi force he attack
The death star is near But the rebels have no fear The dark side of the force They'll never join
Star Wars, the rebel fleet is on the way Star Wars, they have come to save the day, Star wars
A new hope is here, and he's gonna save us all He is so young but his force is so strong, Luke Skywalker is his name Our freedom, he's gonna bring back He has come to lead us into the light, it's time to stand up and fight
He flies among the stars With the speed of light he goes The dark side of the force He'll never join
Yoda my master Teach me how to fight The evil Lord Vader Is dying here tonight
Star Wars We fight for freedom We fight for glory We fight for all
Several months ago I was just wondering around the city (Plovdiv I mean), listening to some music and with the camera in my backpack. I took some photos of abandoned train cars and engines. It was quite interesting experience. Just walking alone with yourself, staring at those rusty pieces of metal... I plan to do this again when my exams are over and make more photos.
I watched Glassy Ocean yesterday, that's the way I found out about this neat place on the net. Then I browsed through the net reading info about every single ttle on their tracker and believe me - every single one of them deserves your attention!
Some time ago I watched a compilation of short animated movies called "Digital Justice". I think the word that describes best the feeling after these shorts is "stunned". Yeah, I think I was just stunned. The word that can describe the movies - "unique". I browsed through the net to find out about the makers - Studio 4°C. And I found that they are behind "Memories" and "The Animatrix". If this doesn't attract your attention I don't know what else could.
A game with style. One of my all-time favourite 1st person shooters. I remember playin' "Outlaws" about nine years ago in a game club in the neighbourhood, I was still with my good old "Pravetz" so I couldn't play it at home.
The cut scenes are marvelous, the soundtrack is awesome. Even with this out dated 3D graphics the game still captures you, it has atmosphere!
I don't actually own this one, but I hope I'll manage to find it around and borrow it. I miss that game...