I bet all of the non-U.S. readers of NCS and other U.S.-based metal blogs are getting sick of reading about Thanksgiving and turkey. Don’t worry, because by nightfall, many of your U.S. compatriots will be sick, too, having stuffed themselves with too much traditional grub and fallen into tryptophan comas, unable to rouse themselves even to go to the bathroom, and therefore wallowing in their own waste. Wallowing in my own waste is actually one of the highlights of Thanksgiving Day for me, but I realize that it’s uncomfortable for other people.
Where was I? Oh yeah. V-Day. “V” is for Vektor and Vildhjarta. “V” is also for “Vhat the vuck? Vhy did I eat so much vucking turkey? Vould someone kill me now?”
Vektor and Vildhjarta have new albums. They are both veddy good. Ve vill have re-Views soonish. But for now, ve have streams of both albums. So, U.S. readers will have good music to ease the pain emanating from their distended abdomens. And non-U.S. readers will have good music to ease their other pains, because life is inherently painful, and therefore we all have pain of one kind or another (except for me, because I will soon be happily wallowing in my own waste). This is actually the true meaning of Thanksgiving: what Americans are really doing today is expressing thanks for not being in more pain than they are already in.
Where was I? Oh yeah. Vektor and Vildhjarta. Go HERE to stream Vektor’s Outer Isolation and go HERE to stream Vildhjarta’s Måsstaden. And in other news, someone finally uploaded Vildhjarta’s “Dagger” video to YouTube so we no longer have to experience frustration trying to play the thing from Metal Hammer’s wonky player. That video is after the jump.
Also after the jump: two Vektor songs from Outer Isolation that you can stream right here in case you missed them earlier, and a collection of older Vildhjarta stuff for streaming right here, too.
OLDER VILDHJARTA STUFF
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I’m making a band RIGHT NOW and naming it “Vucking Turkey”.
And we have a new blog-subheader!!!
Quite awesome music stuffs if I do say so myself. I am also vibrating because of to much sugar so I’m in the opposite of a trytophan coma.
Give it time. An excess of sugar triggers the release of insulin, which stimulates the uptake of large branch-chain amino acids (but not tryptophan) into the muscles, thereby increasing the ratio of tryptophan to such amino acids in the bloodstream. That increases the transport of tryptophan across the blood-brain barrier into the cerebro-spinal fluid, where it’s then converted into serotonin and eventually melatonin, which causes drowsiness. Your coma is on its way . . .
SCIENCE = METAL