Monthly Archives: July 2014

Monthly Archives: July 2014

Interview with GRIDLINK: The Player Of Games

Posted on by panos.agoros in call of duty, F.P.S, Gaming, Movies/Series, Music, Retro, video game consoles | Leave a comment

Extreme music and video games, Jon Chang’s passions are at the core of what Legacy Future represents. Involved in the music scene since an early age, he’s been the singer of seminal grindcore act Discordance Axis. His lyrics were deeply influenced by science fiction, video games, anime and mangas. After D.A.’s demise, he continued to offer  quality music for a decade  via his new bands Gridlink and Hayaino Dasuki, while at the same time developing concepts, graphic novels and games …

Retro gaming: RICK DANGEROUS, The 80’s hardcore platforming spirit is still alive!

Posted on by panos.agoros in Computing, Gaming, PC, Retro | Leave a comment

I was extremely stoked to find out that Eurogamer, has posted a tribute to one of my favorite video games of all time: RICK DANGEROUS. I suggest that you read it and then try out for yourselves the original game on your retro platform of choice, an emulator or the online flash version!

STENCH recording new album

Posted on by Vassago in Death Metal, Music | Leave a comment

Swedish death metal trio STENCH, featuring the members of Tribulation, is currently working on the follow-up to its 2010 debut album, “In Putrescence”. The band has entered Necromorbus Studio (Watain, Portrait) in Stockholm this May. Commented by the founding member, Jonathan Hulten: “The material has been in the making since 2010, and, along with the artwork, has accumulated enough power to swing your senses to the sky”. The album is slated for a autumn 2014 release via Agonia Records.

Randolph & Mortimer New Track “Existing, Not Living”

Posted on by Vassago in Electronic, Music | Leave a comment

In an age where electronic music as a genre is so obsolete with more and more bands claiming its precious tag (but in reality releasing the repetitive known to all electronic body music), Randolph & Mortimer new release is welcomed as a balsam to my wounded ears. For those not aware with the band, Randolph & Mortimer – who got their name from the movie “Trading Places” where two broker brothers do a ‘Prince & Pauper’ move with actors Dan Aykroyd and …