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Interview: Dawn of the Planet of the Zombies and the Giant Killer Plants on Some Serious Acid

Article by Frank Memmesheimer   We’ve survived it all. Asteroids and alien invasions, emancipating apes and malevolent AI, enraged gods and mythical creatures, earth-shattering natural disasters and sudden freeze-overs, ancient plagues and the occasional pandemic, conspiracies, zombies, the rapture, hell on earth, nuclear winter, and simple man-made apocalypses – whatever fictional catastrophe fate

How To: Not Die in Space (Top 5 Space Simulations That Might Teach You a Thing or Two)

How To: Not Die in Space - Top 5 Space Simulations That Might Teach You a Thing or Two Article by Frank Memmesheimer   Space is hard. On September 01, 2016, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket suffered “a breach in the cryogenic helium system” during its pre-launch static fire test. The catastrophic anomaly resulted

Gems of Gaming: STRANDED DEEP

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   Gems of Gaming: STRANDED DEEP This series explores video games that stand out from the masses, yet did not receive the attention they deserve. Be it their unique or timeless gameplay, their love for detailed graphics, or an inventive approach to storytelling – whatever sets these games apart

Getting to know: LIONS HEAD

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer Concert Photos by: Jens Memmesheimer   The New Yorker singer/songwriter Ignacio Uriarte did it all backwards. His musical career began where few musicians ever arrive in theirs. As a child, he sang and performed in The Metropolitan Opera and Carnegie Hall with the great singers of our time, before

Lions Head // Live @ Nachtleben // 11.22.16

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer Photos by: Jens Memmesheimer   FRANKFURT, GERMANY – Nachtleben (night life) is packed. Red light floods the basement club, wrapping the fading guitar sounds of vibrant support act Tim Kamrad in anticipation. The crowd is cheerful, drinks not too expensive. Where a mirror ball spun lazy circles just a

Album Review: Kings of Leon “Walls”

Article by: Frank Memmesheimer   The kings of true and gritty Southern rock are back! Are they? After three years of musical preservation, Kings of Leon released their seventh album on October 14, 2016. WALLS, acronym for the bulky ‘We Are Like Love Songs’, promised a more artsy than ever approach at redefining Kings

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