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Voting Hour

December 8th, 2008 by Timo Vuorensola

Voice, a Finnish music TV channel is voting for the best music video in 2008, and White Flame‘s Hour of Emptiness, made by Energia team, is also in the competition.

So you know your job – go out and vote for the moonnazish video! Just pick the video from this page’s pulldown menu!

Here’s the video, once again, for a reminder!

Atomgrad downloadable for free!

November 23rd, 2008 by Timo Vuorensola

My band, Älymystö, which I’ve been occasionally mentioning also here on our blog, just made a cultural move and we released our first LP, Atomgrad (2005), for free download, under Creative Commons license, along with a nice new website. If you happen to be interested on hearing how a nuclear holocaust might sound like, Älymystö’s Atomgrad is not a bad album to start with!

(The full CD is also available from Wreck Store for those who want to support the music!)

Here’s a music video for Älymystö.

Älymystö is:

Mr Haapanen (known to you as the voice of the guy who greets Pirk’s sled welcome to Baabel-13): Machinist.
Mr Vuorensola (known to you as director of Iron Sky, Star Wreck & as Mr. Dwarf): Vocalist.
Mr Honkonen (known to you as Fukov & Festerbester): Theremin.
Mr Paalanen (not known to you. Yet.): Guitar
Mr Eskola (known to you as the guy who whispers to Fukov in the meeting of the captains in ITP): Bass

Click here to download Atomgrad for free as a Torrent.

Russian Space Army

July 16th, 2008 by Jarmo Puskala

I was checking YouTube for Star Wreck related videos (were curious…) and found this:

This is Awesome :D The band is called Kozaks Of Metallishtan, check their MySpace for more songs.

Eurovision under the Iron Sky.

May 24th, 2008 by Jarmo Puskala

The song Under the Iron Sky from the teaser is now available as a DRM free mp3 for the price of 1 euro. As promised there will be a remixable version too, but if you can do PayPal then buying the song is a grerat way to show some love for the sound guys – they really deserve it, you know. Click here to buy the song.

Today is also the time for the annual Eurovision song contest. The Finnish entry for this year is Teräsbetoni, a heavy metal group in the spirit on Manowar. They are schooled at Virrat, like me and most of our awesome sound guys from Adamantium Studios. So now you know who to vote for…