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So I went on YouTube to see if The Protomen had released anything new yet. In case you're wondering, The Protomen is a band that chronicles the story of Mega Man through rock opera. Yes, rock opera. But this stuff is like no rock opera you've ever heard. It's a full-on crash-and-burn explosion of sound that will blow your face away.
But their newest song, which is a demo off their upcoming album (which they refer to as "the second act"), is a suprising change-up from their previous stuff. "Breaking Out", while sounding like a supercharged Mike and the Mechanics song, is really, really, REALLY good. Listen to this; you won't regret it.
On this day, September 11th, in 2001, millions lost their lives to the attacks on the World Trade Center towers.
Please keep in your prayers all who were affected by that terrible day.
If you've seen some of my recent posts, you'd remember the one about my fave indie/crunk-rock band Family Force 5 and their new EP, Dance or Die. Well, I am quite excited to learn that their new album is coming out the 19th of August, in about five days. This is their Myspace, so check it out if you want a listen.
So I was cleaning out my basement yesterday, when all of a sudden I found my formerly lost copy of Zelda: Collector's Edition behind an old cardboard box. As you can imagine, I am on cloud nine right now, and psyched about some old-school Zelda gaming.
Rock Band 2's setlist is looking very impressive. Can you say "AC/DC"?
Sonic X in Japanese is... well... actually a good show. The 4Kids dub is a piece of crap, and I hated it, mostly because of the lame dialogue and voice acting. So when my friend introduced me to the Japanese version of Sonic X, I almost wept with joy. Because it... was... good. Or, at the very least, far better than the version we got stuck with.
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DragonForce's new single "Heroes of Our Time" (from their upcoming album Ultra Beatdown) is awesome. It's not fundamentally different from their other material, but the solo is pretty amazing, and the lyrics are better-written than a lot of their previous efforts. I've embedded the music vid, which is the shortened version. It's available for download now, so check it out.