Rabu, 01 Juni 2011
Narrative Essay M. Adi Nugroho - XI IPA 2
Senin, 30 Mei 2011
But when you listening to the death metal music, do not take all things you hear in the lyrics of a death metal song seriously. This is especially true with bands like Cannibal Corpse. Use discretion when listening to songs like "Hammer Smashed Face". Cannibal Corpse have even said their lyrics are totally fictional and not to be followed. These songs and all other extreme death metal songs are entirely works of fiction and are not condoned by the authors or the bands. Though many death metal bands have well thought out, comprehensive lyrics with a modern standpoint to todays society, it is the music that keeps them seperated from the herd.
Narrative essay's task by Rifqi Yanda Muhammad / XI IPA 2
Minggu, 29 Mei 2011
Narrative essay's task : Dimas Adityasono XI IPA 2
Selasa, 12 April 2011
In my class majority of them are females. Nowadays, females enjoyed listening to American pop music, Alternative music, and Indie. At least that's what we had got from the survey we held. Not only females, the males also enjoyed listening to the three genre we've said before, especially Alternative. So, if we try to count it, maybe around 70% of the class liked these three genre. While the others enjoyed listening to rock and roll music, British pop, jazz and metal or hardcore music.
Although, maybe some of the respondents only following the trends. Some of them like the genre of music which hip at the moment. But, when that genre is no longer trending, these respondent no longer listening to that genre, and listening to the genre that become a new trend, and so on. Based on the survey, the minority in fact are more 'loyal' to the genre they are listening to now. Because, whatever the condition, they will love those genres. Meanwhile, there are respondents that don't care much about the genre of the music. They just followed their mood, if they liked the song, whatever the genre, they will enjoyed listening to it.
In the end, the answers given by our respondents were very meaningful to us. Even if the result doesn't came out different with our expectation, but it was very satisfying to knowing what genre of music people loved, and to held a survey even if it just in our own class.
Sabtu, 09 April 2011
Sometimes revolution include a chaos within it when people dies, riot at the demonstration, and other anarchy activities. But, revolution is not only about politics, powers, and authorities. Revolution also include brilliant ideas that enlighten people mind and distinguish a new style.
For example, we have the 'breakthrougher' of music, The Beatles. Beatles is the breakthrough of the past music, they create rock and roll also pop, when classic and jazz are at their top moment. Such a contrast genre, but in the end, Beatles change the British, oh no, but also the world taste about music. Especially for the young people, Beatles become the 'god of music 'of that time. That's one example of revolution in music. In technology, we have the 'genius' Steven Jobs. Ipad, Apple's newest product, is a tablet, which tablets are actually already manufactured in 2000 by Microsoft, unfortunately they were failed. Jobs, with his revolutionary ideas, successfully rejuvenate this technology and create Ipad. This is not the first time he create a trend. I assume you always carry your lovely Ipod, this player, is Jobs's revolution of music player.
In the end, revolution is not always an anarchy incident. The truth is, revolution is a cycle that will occur every time because of the dynamic mind of humans. So, if your life is at stagnant phase, quick! Do a revolution for yourself and be the better you.
A week after the tsunami obliterated most of this northern Japanese city’s seafront and not a little of its inland, the first handful of shopkeepers and their employees were outdoors shoveling mud and hauling wreckage from their businesses, signs of rebirth after this region’s worst catastrophe in memory.
Kunio Imakawa, a 75-year-old barber, was not among them.
Mr. Imakawa and his wife, Shizuko, lost his three-chair barber shop, their second-floor apartment and all their belongings in the tsunami. Rebuilding would mean starting from scratch. And he said that simple math, calculated in yen and in years, showed it was not worth the effort.
“Young people would think, ‘Maybe there’s another way,’ ” he said last week as he sprawled with 1,600 other refugees in a chilly local sports arena. “But I’m too old. My legs have problems.
“It’s too late to start over.”
And as this rural corner of northeastern Japan tries to start over, his spent resilience is a telling indicator of the difficulties ahead. Well before disaster struck, this region was an economic and social laggard, leaching people and money to Japan’s rich urban south, sustained — even as opportunity moved elsewhere — by government largess and an unspoken alliance with the nuclear-power industry.
Throughout history only a handful of artists have been able to achieve a truly iconic stature within any given artform. MORBID ANGEL is among those select few. Shattering the boundaries of creativity and imagination while evolving with each groundbreaking release throughout its historic career, the band stands alone as the true icon in extreme music, serving as source of countless inspiration to the multitude of fans and never failing to amaze with each evolving chapter.
This band Formed in 1984 by founding member Trey Azagthoth, the Floridian band went through a number of lineup changes and recorded the now highly sought-after demos, Scream for Blasphemies and Bleed for the Devil. Azagthoth’s interests in the occult, ancient magic, witchcraft and the Necronomicon poured into the band’s lyricism, as the musical context grew darker and attained definitive sophistication. The 7’’ single Thy Kingdom Come was released in Europe in 1988 and MORBID ANGEL was prepared to make a profound universal statement in form of guitarist Trey Azagthoth, drummer Pete Sandoval, bassist/vocalist David Vincent, and second guitarist Richard Brunelle.
After more than six years of silence, They are set to release their 9th album in 2011. This will be their ninth album release since Heretic, which was released on September 22, 2003. Although MORBID ANGEL has announce a title for the new CD, its name likely begin with the letter "I", in keeping with the band's tradition of titling their albums in alphabetical order beginning with 1989's "Altars of Madness", and continuing through "Heretic".
They has set Illud Divinum Insanus as the title for its eighth studio album. The follow up to 2003′s Heretic, Illud Divinum Insanus will be the first Morbid Angel album to feature original vocalist/bassist David Vincent since 1995′s Domination and the first to feature drummer Tim Yeung (Hate Eternal, Vital Remains, Divine Heresy), who is temporarily filling in for drummer Pete “Commando” Sandoval due to his back problems.
So, be patient to hear their awesomeness in Illud Divinum Insanus!!!!!!