quinta-feira, 13 de março de 2008

Senser - The Key



Don't think that I forgot about Senser, Father :) In fact I liked them so much that right now I'm listening to their first cd, Stacked Up. It's good to take a break from other things I've been listening recently like Dimmu Borgir, Sepultura or Soulfly (I really recommend everybody to check out these links). Also, recently I've been listening to Ill Ninõ, specifically the album One Nation Underground. You should check them out, Father. They're a nu metal band, but with a pretty unique sound to them, with some tribal influences and interesting lyrics who mix English and Spanish, sometimes even in the same chorus. My favourite music from that cd:

4 comentários:

FUNNYMAN disse...

The Spirits Within was ass. I am not sure if that movie was released in your country, but avoid it at all costs. With that begin said, Advent Children was the only successful game to film transition. It is one of my favorite movies that I have listed in my facebook profile.

NebachadnezzaR disse...

Hmm...my post is not exactly about Final Fantasy :/ The video showing scenes from Advent Children was just a coincidence, it was the only video I've found with the song I wanted.

Anyway, I've seen The Spirits Within a long time ago, and I actually thought it was ok. Nothing special, but not exactly bad. Also, Portugal is not a 3rd world country (yet!), we pretty much get all American movies here :D

As for Advent Children, since I'm not an FF fan, I haven't seen it yet, and I'm probably not going to do it until I finally play FFVII

FUNNYMAN disse...

You don' need to be a fan to enjoy that movie. It really felt different from the game.

fatherkrishna disse...

The video fits in very well with the music and I love the blend of Spanish and English... Hmmm! This could see me flying off on a bit of a Nu Metal bender. Time to dust off the old Limp Bizkit CDs...

Oh and I'm glad you're liking Senser. Until I posted "The Switch" on FKWS, I'd kind of forgotten about them! The video for "The Key" reminds me of being at music festivals back in the 90s! (I'm far too old for that stuff now... But I loved it back in the day!)