Too Fast

Is it just me, or is the time moving incredibly fast? A minute ago it was early December and everything was more or less calm. Now it’s late January. When someone gratuated me at my name-day (17th January), I replied ”huh? But my name-day is in January, not November!”. What the hell is happening? It […]

Can it Be Better?

Okay, I’m sick, but it seems like it does have pros! I just got the films I ordered from CDON.com! The first film is Joel Schumacher’s 2004 film based upon Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpiece musical with the same name; The Phantom of the Opera! The other film is a filmed concert with symphonic power metal […]

For My Pain… – Fallen

For My Pain… is a Finnish gothic metal band which I got to hear of mainly because their keyboardist is Nightwish’s lead member Tuomas Holopainen. They released their debut album, the masterpiece ”Fallen”, in 2003, and they released a following single with three new songs, called ”Killing Romance”, in 2004, but since then, they haven’t […]

Simone Simons infected with MSRA

Symphonic metal band Epica’s singer Simone Simons is infected with MSRA, a difficultly treated disease, and they have been forced to cancel all the February shows. This is nothing that affects me as I had no plans in seeing them during February, but I’m still worried to death for the sake of this beautiful singer’s […]

Kamelot – Ghost Opera

On June 5, 2007, American power metal band Kamelot released their eight studio album entitled ”Ghost Opera”. I downloaded (I am ashamed, please forgive me) the album the same summer. Since I first heard Kamelot (with first loves like ”The Haunting (Somewhere in Time)” and ”The Black Halo”) in the summer of 2006, I’ve loved […]

New layout and more

Wohoo! I’ve updated Hopes Were High to WordPress 2.3, created tags instead of lots of categories, and fixed a brand new layout! I haven’t written the layout but STILL! Hope you’re all happy now! Mihihihi… Wohoo! I’ve updated Hopes Were High to WordPress 2.3, created tags instead of lots of categories, and fixed a brand […]