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Gli Evergaze Eternity iniziano la loro storia nell'ottobre del 2007, quando Giovanni, Michele e Irene decidono di dar vita ad una band che fosse sintesi delle loro molteplici influenze musicali, aventi tutte come comune denominatore una distaccata vena intimistica, onirica e malinconica. La prima formazione stabile si ottiene con l’ingresso di Stefano alle chitarre e Andrea alla batteria ed è con questa line up che gli Evergaze Eternity registrano, presso i Syncropain Product di Marco Ribecai a Pisa, il loro primo Ep “Incompatible Existences” e la cover di Red Stars dei The Birthday Massacre, in due sessioni distinte iniziate rispettivamente il 6 giugno e il 14 dicembre 2008. Durante le registrazioni della seconda sessione, Stefano lascia la band e la registrazione delle chitarre viene terminata dallo stesso Marco Ribecai. A sostituire Stefano alla chitarra arriva Nicola e la band inizia l'attività live. Nel frattempo Incompatible Existences riceve recensioni positive ovunque, arrivando ad essere Top Demo sulla rivista Metal Maniac. Infatti, nelle quattro canzoni che compongono l’Ep, la band interpreta, nel segno dei The Gathering, un gothic rock con arrangiamenti eleganti, ricco di riferimenti musicali che vanno dal gothic/doom metal al dark/pop, all’elettronica, al rock alternativo, alla psichedelia. Su tutto l’incredibile voce ed il fascino di Irene, dal timbro lirico ed etereo, vicino a quello di Anneke. Nel luglio 2009 ad affiancare Irene entra nella band Valeria che, con la sua splendida voce dal timbro più orientato al rock/pop, le risulta naturalmente complementare, permettendo così alla band di sperimentare nuove strade e di esprimere al meglio le diverse sfumature della propria musica. Con questa nuova formazione la band è attualmente impegnata nella composizione del primo album ufficiale la cui uscita è prevista per il 2010.

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Giovanni: Synthesizers/FX/Programming



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Allow Anne Hathaway to Teach You the Masterclass on How to Do a Matthew McConaughey Impression

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 18:52

Anne Hathaway has a Golden Globe and an Oscar, but the most compelling testament of her skills as an actor just might be her uncannily spot-on impression of Matthew McConaughey’s insouciant swagger. During Monday’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the actor joked about how it was impossible to be around McConaughey while filming their new film Serenity, without picking up some of his mannerisms and his famous drawl. While the phrase, “alright, alright, alright,” has become near synonymous with McConaughey thanks to the cult classic film Dazed and Confused, she posited that that impression was rookie level. “I think it’s fun when you spend enough time with him, you know how to riff as him,” she joked. Kimmel decided to put this to the test, by having Hathaway “riff” as McConaughey when it came to football. Hathaway did not disappoint, delivering a McConaughey performance so great that Kimmel cracked that he felt like he was in the back of a “Lincoln town car.”

Alicia Keys is hosting the 2019 Grammys Awards

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 18:42

On Tuesday, the singer announced via her YouTube channel that she will be the master of ceremonies at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, which are being held Feb. 10 at Los Angeles’ Staples Center. BIG news.... ???????????? @CBS https://t.co/tMBjNFH2wj pic.twitter.com/QwrOWdejlt — Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) January 15, 2019 Despite it being her first time hosting the ceremony, Keys is no stranger to the event, having won 15 awards over the course of her career. “Alicia is one of those rare artists who meld true musical genius with heartfelt emotional lyrics to create a unique approach to everything she does,” said longtime Grammy Awards executive producer Ken Ehrlich in a statement. “We have no doubt that she’ll bring all of that as she guides millions of Grammy viewers through what we believe will be a very special show in February.” Grammy nominations 2019: Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Lady Gaga dominate How Cardi B became a pop culture phenomenon Janelle Monáe, Shawn Mendes, Dua Lipa, others react to their Grammy nominations

Varsity Blues turns 20: Rewatching James Van Der Beek's football movie

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 18:41

And it sits weird in that pantheon. The era’s other teen movies circle through vanilla-fab high schools, Los Angeles campuses full of midwinter suntans. (Or the East Coast equivalent, some chic Cruel Intentions New York neighborhood.) But Varsity Blues filmed in genuine Texas, the cast of pretty young things all exploring a distinct neighborhood of Twang City. (All together now: “Ah don’t wuhnt, YORE LIE-UF.”) James Van Der Beek, Paul Walker, Amy Smart, Ali Larter, Scott Caan, Ron Lester: What were their parties like back then, filming all over Austin, everyone sharing that about-to-be-famous contact high? Van Der Beek was already famous, the proverbial Dawson in Dawson‘s Creek. I recall hearing how this would be a big departure from WB nicety: R-rated, f-bombs, whipped cream bikini, Scott Caan’s bare butt while the opening credits were still rolling! Van Der Beek’s playing the nice guy diamond in the dudebro rough, though. Jonathan “Mox” Moxon is a nerd’s dream of an athlete. He keeps classic Vonnegut cradled in his playbook. He wants to go to Brown University. How chill a jock is he? He’s dating Jules Harbor, the proverbial Amy Smart, rocking a Goth-by-default ankh necklace in conformist West Canaan, advertising a way-over-it frown at the weekly fascist football rally: Smart and Van Der Beek have a quiet scene early in the movie. You get the vibe that they’re both over it: The game, this town, their parents, their friends. Witness male fashion in the ’90s, baggy jeans like an ocean of denim: Their nemesis is Bud Kilmer, a godking coach played with murder eyes by Jon Voight. Kilmer runs his team the way Immortan Joe runs his War Boys, pumping followers full of syringe juice. He calls his players “soldiers.” His disappointment trends cosmic: “You’re dragging ass up there, son,” he tells one guy on the team, “and it’s F—ING UP MY UNIVERSE.” And Voight looks— vividly, eternally — like a man who enjoys beating up teenagers for sport: The movie was written by W. Peter Iliff and directed by Brian Robbins, and for about half an hour they’re really onto something. We’re near the end of football season. Golden god QB Lance Harbor (Walker) is dating golden goddess cheerleader Darcy Sears (Ali Larter), his surname promising the location of his future superyacht, hers conjuring up the store she’ll be too good for someday. Also present: swaggery goof Tweeder (Caan), soulful giant Billy Bob (Lester), and Wendell (Eliel Swinton), a black man held back by a racist coach. “In West Canaan, Texas, there’s another society that has its own laws,” Mox explains in voiceover. Until the plot kicks in, Varsity Blues has fun looking patiently at that society. The guys play, they party, they sit looking uneasy while dads recall lost glory days. Then Lance gets a bad bone-breaking tackle, and Mox takes the field. All that Vonnegut went to his throwing arm, I guess. In his first play, he makes a 40-yard pass. In his second play, he throws a football right in the opposing mascot’s face, haha, jerk. In his third play, he can’t read the coaches’ signals, so he just runs it in for a touchdown: Take that, crusty old coach, I’m awesome! All this is what you could call the essence of punk-pop, screw-you brashness concurrent with highly-effective-person overachievement. The ’90s demographic dream: the popular misfit! There’s a five-degree-darker version of Varsity Blues where Smart and Van Der Beek get to run the school their way, football haters placed atop the American Gridironocracy. The movie’s a little too nice for that. Mox loves football, just not bad football. So Varsity Blues is an odd viewing experience now, 20 years later, mid Concussion Era. Billy Bob seems to have a serious head injury, but then he gets a CAT scan, and he doesn’t: Problem solved! A couple of lines have aged very badly. “You give them Percocet, two Vicodin, and a couple of beers, and the panties drop!” declares Tweeder, all fratboy smiles. Boys will be boys, is one main message here: The team goes to a strip club, and their teacher is a stripper. Varsity Blues is an older kind of exultant R rating, hedonist or just rude: the end credits feature characters named Teen Babe #1, Teen Babe #2, and Cute Naked Girl. Your mileage may vary. I got depressed hearing Billy Bob mutter about those “f—-ts from Baineville,” but most of us were miserable douchebags back then. I do think, though, that to properly understand the despotic swagger underlying the ’90s, you have to properly study the scene where Scott Caan hosts a naked-lady party in a stolen police car. Retroactively, one legacy of Varsity Blues is its status as a prototype for Friday Night Lights. The movie came out after H. G. “Buzz” Bissinger’s book but before the ensuing film/TV adaptations. It shares certain untrademarkable traces of FNL‘s cinematic DNA: protagonist team with blue uniforms, Saracen-ish creative-class backup quarterback. One of Kilmer’s assistant coaches would go on to be one of Eric Taylor’s assistant coaches — and good lord, is that Jesse Plemons playing Paul Walker’s little brother? There’s a new emotional kick to the movie, too. Ron Lester runs away with the movie. He’s the one member of the cast to believably conjure teenaged awkwardness despite being 28 at the time of filming. (Though: Credit to Larter for convincingly radiating smalltown-desperation pathos wearing just Reddi-Wip.) Lester played a similar character in the great TV series Popular, then parodied himself in Not Another Teen Movie. He died way too young in 2016, a few years after Walker. The final game in Varsity Blues is defaced by heavy use of the Foo Fighters’ “My Hero,” the worst Creed song Creed never recorded. But when Billy Bob runs in the game-winning touchdown, it’s a hall-of-fame sports-movie catharsis. And something in the Van Der Beek/Voight antagonism still plays today. You have to remember this was a time when nobody knew what millennials were. (In that great EW cover story, writer Josh Young calls us “Echo Boomers.”) That meant anything was possible, still. The old ways could be toppled: A new century, a new world! Varsity Blues is a good-times kind of film, which is why it’s remembered so fondly (and why it’s such an unequivocal Dude Movie.) It finds a deeper purpose near the end, though, when Mox declares he won’t play for Kilmer anymore. The whole team follows him: They’re unionizing, going on strike! The film can’t fully own that idea. Kilmer leaves, and the team just wins the district championship their way. Offense playing defense, a play with too many wide receivers, a teenager coaching, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria! But there’s a rebel spirit to Varsity Blues, too. Meet a new generation of kids raised under the thumb of a mean old dictator. They are f—ing up his universe.

Watch the thrilling first trailer for ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 18:19

  Marvel has released the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, and it looks like Peter Parker is about to have a holiday like no other. The first look at the superhero sequel sees Parker going on a European break with his friends, but it isn’t long before his past catches up with him. We see him enjoying some time out in Venice, but it all changes when SHIELD boss Nick Fury finally makes his entrance and throws a superhero shaped spanner in the works. Unsurprisingly, this means an unexpected diversion to London, where we’re greeted with the sight of Parker battling the forces of evil on Tower Bridge and some of the capital’s most recognisable sights. But perhaps most excitingly, we’re finally treated to a glimpse of Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio – and it would appear that he could be teaming up with Parker, as opposed to initial reports that claimed he would the film’s main bad guy. Elsewhere, we see Zendaya’s return as Marie Jane Watson, who still appears to be the apple of Spidey’s eye.  The first look at Gyllenhaal comes after he confirmed his introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe last year in his first-ever Instagram post. Captioned “I just realized I’m not playing Spider-Man”, the video showed the star reading an old issue of The Amazing Spider-Man comic series, with “the return of the man called Mysterio!” written on its cover. “What the f…!” Gyllenhaal exclaimed as he lowered the comic to reveal his face.       View this post on Instagram I just realized I’m not playing Spider-Man. A post shared by Jake Gyllenhaal (@jakegyllenhaal) on Dec 5, 2018 at 12:03pm PST Spider-Man: Far From Home is set for release on July 5. The post Watch the thrilling first trailer for ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ appeared first on NME.

Karen O and Danger Mouse share new single ‘Woman’ and confirm details of new joint album

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 18:16

  Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O has shared ‘Woman’, the latest single to be taken from her joint album with producer Danger Mouse. The track is the second offering to emerge from ‘Lux Prima’, which is now confirmed for release on March 15. You can listen to it in full below. Describing the track, Karen said: “Woman came like a bolt out of the blue when we were in the studio. “We did a first pass where I was blurting unintelligible words and Danger Mouse and I were like, ‘Dang!  That was intense.’ “The atmosphere was volatile with it being just after the election.  A lot of people felt helpless like you do when you’re a scared kid looking for assurance that everything is gonna be alright.  I like to write songs that anyone can relate to but this one felt especially for the inner child in me that needed the bullies out there to know you don’t f*ck with me.  I’m a woman now and I’ll protect that inner girl in me from hell and high water.” You can also check out the track listing of ‘Lux Prima’  and the artwork below. 1. Lux Prima2. Ministry3. Turn The Light4. Woman5. Redeemer6. Drown7. Leopard’s Tongue8. Reveries9. Nox Lumina   It comes after the pair previously debuted the title track in November last year.   “After making music for the past twenty years and embarking on making this record with Danger Mouse I knew a couple things: one was that the spirit of collaboration between us was going to be a pure one, and two was that the more I live the less is clear to me,” said Karen O of the album.   “When you create from a blurry place you can go places further than you’ve ever been. I think we both were excited to go far out.” The post Karen O and Danger Mouse share new single ‘Woman’ and confirm details of new joint album appeared first on NME.

The Cranberries mark the first anniversary of Dolores O’Riordan’s death by sharing the first single ‘All Over Now’ from their final album

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 18:07

  The Cranberries have today shared the first single ‘All Over Now’ from their final album ‘In The End’. The release coincides with the first anniversary of the sudden death of their lead singer, Dolores O’Riordan, who died on January 15 last year, aged 46. Read More: How The Cranberries soundtracked your teenage years without you even knowing Having already written and demoed eleven songs prior to O’Riordan’s death, guitarist and co-founder of The Cranberries Noel Hogan said O’Riordan was “energised” by the prospect of the new album in the months leading up to her death. With the support of her family, Hogan said the band wanted to honour their singer by completing the work she started. “Dolores was so energised by the prospect of making this record and [to be] getting back out on the road to play the songs live,” Hogan recalls. “We knew this had to be one of the, if not the, best Cranberries album that we could possibly do. The worry was that we would destroy the legacy of the band by making an album that wasn’t up to standard. Once we had gone through all the demos that Dolores and I had worked on and decided that we had such a strong album, we knew it would be the right thing and the best way that we could honour Dolores.” You can listen to the new song here: All Over Now – Edit All Over Now – Edit, a song by The Cranberries on Spotify Working once again with producer Stephen Street, who has worked on four of their previous albums, the band went back to the studio to work on the songs which were all in various stages of competition. Building the music around O’Riordan’s vocals, Hogan said it was a difficult time for the band. “It was a bitter sweet time,” Hogan remembers. “The joy of recording new tracks is always exciting and one of the best parts of being in a band. At the end of every day when we’d laid down our parts, there was a sense of sadness knowing that Dolores wouldn’t be in that evening to work on that day’s track.” Dolores performing on stage at Feis Festival in 2011 Speaking about the release to ITV, Hogan confirmed that this will be the final album for The Cranberries, saying that it was “unthinkable” for them to carry on without O’Riordan. He also said the release of the album will give the band the “closure” they need following her sudden passing. Hogan said: “I think we’re just excited for it to be out there and for people to hear it because we’ve lived with it for so long under secrecy. People will be really really impressed with the vocals, especially the lyrics, they’re really from Dolores’ heart. “She left such a massive collection of songs, such huge iconic songs…For anybody to leave even one is a great thing but to have the collection you know, and it’s great to see that people have focused on her music after her death.” ‘In The End’ album artwork O’Riordan’s mother, Eileen, has also spoken about her support of the band in their completion of the album. “I miss her awfully, specially today, as does the entire family,” she began. “That said, I can’t think of a more fitting way to commemorate the first anniversary of her passing and to celebrate her life than to announce to the world the release of her final album with the band. “She was very excited about this new album and was really looking forward to its release. I have no doubt that she is happy now and would be delighted with today’s announcement.” The Cranberries final album ‘In The End’ will be released on April 26 and the track listing for the album is below. In The End – track listing1. All Over Now2. Lost3. Wake Me When It’s Over4. A Place I Know5. Catch Me If You Can6. Got It7. Illusion8. Crazy Heart9. Summer Song10. The Pressure11. In The End The post The Cranberries mark the first anniversary of Dolores O’Riordan’s death by sharing the first single ‘All Over Now’ from their final album appeared first on NME.

Dave Grohl’s most popular band ever is revealed on his 50th birthday

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 17:58

  The most popular band Dave Grohl has ever played in his been revealed on his 50th birthday. Read more: The Silver Tongue Of Dave Grohl – 50 Best Quotes The Foo Fighters frontman celebrated his birthday today (January 14) and not surprisingly the most popular band he ever played in over his 30 year career has been revealed to be Nirvana. According to figures compiled by YouTube in 2018,  Nirvana had the most streams on the service with 22.9 million views. They were closely followed by the Foo Fighters with 22.7 million views. Many of his other collaborations including Queens Of The Stone Age and Jack Black’s Tenacious D had much lower viewing figures with 6.35 million and 4.68 million. Finally, his supergroup project Them Crooked Vultures with Josh Homme and John Paul Jones had only 128,000 views. In addition to this, the UK’s most watched Foo Fighters video of 2018 was ‘The Pretender’ with (5.96 million views) followed by ‘Everlong’ (2.16 million) and ‘Learn to Fly’ (1.74 million). Meanwhile, a drunk fan recently hijacked a Foo Fighters show by jumping on stage and duetting with Grohl, before trying to climb on to Taylor Hawkins’ drum riser.  The show was the Foos’ first concert of 2019. Footage emerged last week of Grohl falling off stage at the gig, four years after he broke his leg falling off stage in Sweden which forced the band to cancel their headline show at Glastonbury where they were replaced by Florence + The Machine, Foo Fighters, whose most recent album was 2017’s ‘Concrete And Gold’, return to the UK in August to headline Glasgow Summer Sessions, Vital Festival in Belfast and Reading And Leeds Festival. They also headline Dublin’s RDS Arena on August 21. Tickets for those shows can be bought here. The post Dave Grohl’s most popular band ever is revealed on his 50th birthday appeared first on NME.

Michelle Yeoh to lead new Star Trek black-ops series

Monday, 14 January 2019 18:30

Now there are four: CBS All Access announced Monday that another new Star Trek TV show is in development. Michelle Yeoh will take her Discovery character to a new live-action series focused her character Philippa Georgiou’s current role as a member of Starfleet’s Section 31 division, a black-ops shadow organization within the Federation. “I’m so excited to continue telling these rich Star Trek stories,” said Yeoh in a statement. “Being a part of this universe and this character specifically has been such a joy for me to play. I can’t wait to see where it all goes — certainly I believe it will go ‘where no woman has ever gone before!'” Alex Kurtzman will executive produce the new series, with Bo Yeon Kim and Erika Lippoldt as showrunners. “Michelle has shattered ceilings, broken boundaries, and astonished us with her grace and gravitas for decades,” Kurtzman said. “As a human, I adore her. As an actor, I revere her. Erika and Boey are remarkable, exciting writers who bring a fresh perspective to the world of Star Trek, and we’re all thrilled to explore the next wild chapter in the life of Captain Philippa Georgiou.” In addition to Discovery, CBS All Access is also developing an as-yet-untitled series bringing back Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and an animated comedy series called Star Trek: Lower Decks. Star Trek: Discovery showrunner defends season 2 canon approach Star Trek: Discovery team reveals how Spock, Captain Pike are different than ever before

The Masked Singer preview: Watch Community stars reunite, debate the Lion's identity

Monday, 14 January 2019 18:16

There’s no getting around it, America: We have made The Masked Singer a hit. The premiere of Fox’s latest reality fever-dream — an adaptation of a Korean format in which famous people wear freakish costumes and sing for votes — pulled in 15.3 million viewers in live-plus-seven-day rankings, beating the season premieres of less terrifying talent shows including The Voice and American Idol. And in the above exclusive preview of episode 3 (airing Jan. 16 at 9 p.m.), it looks like even more celebrities are getting into the act: Guest star Joel McHale joins his one-time Community cohort Ken Jeong on the judging panel, and their banter is typically barbed. (“You’re way more talented than Ken Jeong,” McHale tells the Lion, after her performance of “At Last” by Nina Simone.) With two of the 12 celebrity singers already unmasked (the Hippo, a.k.a. NFL player Antonio Brown, and the Pineapple, a.k.a. Tommy Chong), there will be no more matchups. This week, five finalists — Lion, Deer, Peacock, Unicorn, and Monster — will perform, and at the end of the episode the judges (with help from the audience) will determine which singer should be unmasked. We’ll also get a brand-new intro package for each singer, featuring all-new clues to help fuel our wild theories about who’s who. Eventually, all of the singers will be revealed and one winner will be awarded glory and a golden crown. If you haven’t already season-passed this on your DVR, just do it. There is no escape. What we saw at a live taping of Fox’s The Masked Singer The Masked Singer: What the holy hell is this?

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reunite to start filming Bad Boys 3: 'It's about to be KRAZY!'

Monday, 14 January 2019 18:12

It’s been almost 24 years since Bad Boys and more than 15 years since Bad Boys II, but the wait for the start of filming on the long-awaited third installment is over. After plenty of starts and stops, including numerous directors and release dates and star Martin Lawrence even telling EW that he didn’t think it would ever happen, Bad Boys for Life is a reality. View this post on Instagram First Day of Shooting tomorrow! We watched @BadBoys 1 & 2 together over the weekend. It’s about to be KRAZY! #badboysforlife ????: @jas A post shared by Will Smith (@willsmith) on Jan 13, 2019 at 7:03am PST We know that Smith and Lawrence will be back as Miami detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett, but no word yet if Bad Boys II star Gabrielle Union, who played Mike’s love interest and Marcus’ sister, will also return, as she’s currently fronting the upcoming Bad Boys spin-off TV series, L.A.’s Finest. Those confirmed to be along for the ride are directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah (taking over for Michael Bay), plus Vanessa Hudgens, Charles Melton, and Joe Pantoliano, who is set to reprise his role from the first two films. Bad Boys for Life is slated to hit theaters Jan. 17, 2020. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence say Bad Boys 3 is officially a go Gabrielle Union, Jessica Alba on taking the Bad Boys mantle for L.A.’s Finest




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