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Opus 1463, 2004

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Paradise Lost

Four sea lions scream on top of a… 156 more words


Music Reviews: Symphony X - Underworld

What impression do fans have of the Symphony X of today? To start off, this is a band that has made a name for themselves in the progressive and neo-classical metal world due to their superbly crafted songs filled with technical passages that did not sacrifice soulfulness and epic melodies complementing some of the roughest riffs in the genre. 3,196 more words

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Tor Marrock - Destroy the Soul (Review)

Tor Marrock are a Gothic Metal band from Wales. This is their second album.

Tor Marrock play Gothic Metal with a plethora of different influences; Black, Death and Doom Metal are all represented to various degrees.  221 more words


Paradise Lost

Fringe’s Folly is back!  Kind of… I’m not really BACK back until middle of September.  But I decided to leave the woods for my weekend to get icecream and food served to me in a restaurant setting with no dishes to clean.   2,028 more words


Why Lucifer Will Always Be the Epitome of the Tragedy Hero

I distinctly remember the first time I heard John Milton’s Paradise Lost — heard it. That’s right. I had read it with the attention span of a two-year old when I had first laid my hands on the book, but it wasn’t until I heard it that I realized why Milton’s epic had this celebrated status. 887 more words

Fall From Grace

They Also Serve: Milton on Circumspection, Problems of Evil, and the Matter of Creation

As a follow up to my post on old books, I was going to write this post communicating what it is I appreciate about John Milton. 879 more words

What If?

I was reading from Milton’s Paradise Lost today. Talk about a book you could get sucked into. I only read about ten pages as part of my Harvard Classics reading list but I think I’ll go to reading the whole thing in the future. 81 more words

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