Haunted Album Goes “Unseen”

The Haunted - Unseen

The Haunted announced the final track listing and art for their upcoming album Unseen, due out this March. Details on the exact release date and limited editions/packages are still scarce, but at least we have this to drool over for now:

01. Never Better
02. No Ghost
03. Catch 22
04. Disappear
05. Motionless
06. Unseen
07. The Skull
08. Ocean Park
09. The City
10. Them
11. All Ends Well
12. Done

The Haunted rules. I couldn’t be more stoked for this March.



So there’s something that I’ve been thinking about for a bit, but still can’t quite understand. Do people honestly, like, sincerely enjoy listening to “music” by Ke$ha? Are they constantly denying the fact that they’re listening to garbage? I’m pretty sure it’s the music industry playing a joke on everyone.

Time Will See Us Realign.

So it’s nearing the end of January, and I know everyone is fucking sick of all those “Top ten _____ of 2010” lists and all those immediate forms of reminiscing over just about everything that happened last year. That’s not what I’m going to do. I’ve got a few records in mind that I feel still deserve recognition for catching my attention last year.  I’ll start with my undoubtedly favorite record of the last year:

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3DS Details Announced!!


Hey Guys! Nintendo held a press conference in New York this morning and decided to pull the curtains off the 3DS and finally give us all the information we need to start losing our minds. Click the link below to read all the system specs, taken directly from Ninty’s website:

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Five Guys’ Hot Meat

Curiosity for me was piqued sometime in the summer after Five Guys started popping up all over the place. Their name was easily turned into a joke. Things like, “I just love shoving Five Guys meat in my mouth,” and, “Five Guys: good in my mouth, bad in my tummy,” were posted all over the internet. Friends started mentioning how great the burgers were to me, but I didn’t really care to make the trip out to Fremont at Pacific Commons to try it.
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I did it all for the Nookie.

2011, arguably, will be known as the year tablet computing truly emerged. Ever since Apple’s iPad was released last April, Android geeks have been poised to take the giant head on, similarly to how they took on the iPhone and Blackberry. The only problem is that up until recently the only Android tablet on the market was the Samsung Galaxy Tab, which has the reputation of being a complete piece of garbage. Right now, and looking forward, one of the biggest contributors to Android tablets gaining praise and popularity might be a device you would least expect: the Barnes and Noble Nook Color.


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I Went Ape Shit Over This Game!

I went ape shit over this game. I really did. But this game kicked my ass. I’ve played a lot of games in my day: hard games, games that basically play themselves and games that were downright unfair (N+ comes to mind), but I haven’t found a game that balanced difficulty and sheer fun like the new Donkey Kong Country Returns for Wii. It brings me back to that perfect balance that was found in the early Mega Man games for NES. There’s something about the way Retro Studios so elegantly designed the levels that keeps you locked into the game even after you’ve died on the same level 20 times or more. I wish I were exaggerating. Instead of getting the urge to throw my controller out the window, I sat impatiently in the brief few seconds it took to respawn, eager to give that challenge another shot.

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