another good remix by ZwieR.Z. from his new album , A Day Is Coming
u can support ZwieR.Z. Productions by following him on his Facebook or his blog
Patrick P-Trix Arriola :
Peep this new Leon Rockmore banger for y’all! “KOLORZ” featuring Tselane Love! Produced by Ribkat! Cuts by P-Trix!
just found these private videos on Ghost Town Media’s Vimeo channel , cant wait for that !
In My Remains ; look like Chester’s face , no burning or decomposing , it’s like moon face !
Lost In The Echo ; is that triangle burning ?
Victimized ; hmmm have no idea !
So here it is…
Our new video for Julien-K’s “Cruel Daze of Summer”
This will be the first “real” single we are pushing to radio and all the video outlets from our album “We’re Here With You”.
If you like the video please help us by sharing it with you friends and posting it to your social network pages.
Thanks for watching!
Amir,Ryan, Fu & Frank
for more info pls check Julien-k’s facebook page
ok it’s time to be in a challenge again ! check this out on new @AdieK84 blog called Lpfancorner !
Since we got the news earlier that the LOST IN THE ECHO video is being shot today in Detroit, I think we should do a nice little fan art challenge about the single!
– Design a LOST IN THE ECHO single cover
– The single cover should contain “Linkin Park” and “LOST IN THE ECHO”
– Be creative
– All single covers will be published on this blog
– Send the cover to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet it to @lpfancorner
Sorry guys, I totally forgot the deadline! Dealine is in 1 week, July 8.
so I was googling and blogging and i saw a cool news on Eric Nakamura‘s blog , Giant Robot , so without any more word , let see what Eric blogged :
No hype here for the proposed American bastardization of the classic and prescient Japanese manga tale of dystopian ennui and Armageddon that shook the world and changed the perception of comics forever. Nope.
One of the most influential manga artists in the history of the genre, Katsuhiro Otomo, 58, is currently showing the more than 2,000 original drawings that made up his most acclaimed work, AKIRA, at an exhibit in Tokyo. He has not been creating much new manga for the last 20 years, but last year’s 3.11 disasters in his native northeastern Japan spurred him to look back on his past work.
WATCH NHK World’s Tomoko Kamata’s report to find out why Otomo has come home again.
ok , as a fan of great band that always be interested of these manga and cool arts ( FYI so do i ) , i should scream and be so excited about this cool news ! and i think , they should bring us a new version of High Voltage !
cant wait for that !