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About angel_heart

  • Birthday 10/27/1987

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  • Interests
    Music, movies, books, video games, traveling... nothing too out of the ordinary.

About You

  • Favourite Food
    Pizza, french fries, hamburgers, spaghetti, steak... you know, non-fattening stuff :p
  • Favourite Animal
    Dogs, tigers, dolphins
  • Favourite Beverage
  • Favourite Colour
    Black, blue, red
  • Favourite Place
    Sibiu, if not for my family and my job, I'd move there in a heartbeat
  • Countries Visited
    pretty places around Europe
  • Do You Drink Alcohol
  • Do You Smoke
  • Do You Have a Motto
    Not really
  • Do You Collect Anything
    Concert tickets (it's not an actual collection, more like a box of memories)
  • Do You Have Pets
    Not anymore :(
  • Do You Play An Instrument
    Yes, piano.
  • Phobias
    Heights and dogs.


  • How Did You Discover Nightwish
    I was in a pub and I heard a song so wonderful, I just had to check out that band. And then I fell in love with them.
  • How Many Times Seen Live?
    Three times, once for each lady
  • Most Memorable NW Memory
    I guess it was when I saw them live for the first time. Tarja was still in the band, I stayed in the front row and that's when I met my best friends and the guys that introduced me to my husband. It was a magical and life-changing night in many ways...
  • Most Prized Nightwish Item
    A Ghost Love Score T-shirt. Both because it's my favorite song and because the artwork is so awesome.
  • Best Live Song
    Ghost Love Score, of course. I thought I was going to die when I heard the beginning, I never expected them to play it in that concert.
  • Favourite Album
    Century Child, followed closely by Oceanborn
  • Favourite Song
    As if it wasn't obvious by now, Ghost Love Score.
  • Favourite Album/Single Artwork
    I haven't payed much attention, but I guess it's Imaginaerum
  • Favourite Music Video
    I'm not really a fan of their videos, but The Islander and Over the hills and far away are the most decent ones
  • Favourite DVD
    From wishes to eternity
  • Least Favourite Album
    Dark Passion Play
  • Least Favourite Song
    Amaranth, I detest that song!

General Music

  • Favourite Drummer
    Joey Jordison *hides* Ovidiu Lipan Tandarica
  • Favourite Singer
    Ronnie James Dio, Bruce Dickinson, Hansi Kursch, Matt Barlow, Klaus Meine, Marco Hietala, Jon Oliva, Roy Khan, Nils Patrick Johansson / Susanne Ehlers, Floor Jansen, Anneke van Giersbergen, Vibeke Stene, Leather Leone, Lori Lewis
  • Favourite Guitarist
    Ritchie Blackmore, David Gilmour, Jimmy Page, Carlos Santana... mostly classics
  • Favourite Bassist
    Steve Harris, Roger Glover
  • Favourite Pianist/Keyboard Player
    Hans Wolf (Haggard)
  • Favourite Non NW Song?
    I wouldn't know where to start
  • Best Concert Attended
    It's a tie between Haggard and Rammstein. Rammstein were amazing, it was a great vibe, a great atmosphere and a great show, but Haggard are amazing without all the pyros and stage plays, they rock simply by singing with passion and enthusiasm and after seeing them four times already, I still can't get enough of them or choose the best performance
  • Favourite Non NW Album?
    I could list at least one album from each of my favorite band.
  • Favourite Composer?
    All the people who write music for these amazing bands listed bellow
  • Favourite Band/Artist?
    with fear of missing some and in alphabetical order because I can't rank them, Ayreon, Bucovina, Blackmore's Night, Blind Guardian, Cargo, Communic, Demons and Wizards, Eluveitie, Falconer, Guano Apes, Haggard, Jon Oliva's Pain, Iced Earth, Iris, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Kamelot, Led Zeppelin, Lacrimosa, Nightwish, Opeth, Orphaned Land, Pain of salvation, Rainbow, Rhapsody of Fire, Therion, Tristania, Tool, Van Canto
  • Musical Dislikes (Songs, Bands etc)
    Repetitive mindless soulless music.


  • Favourite Actor/Actress
    Anthony Hopkins, Brad Pitt (and not because he's pretty :P), Edward Norton, Denzel Washington, Al Pacino, Johnny Depp / Nicole Kidman, Sandra Bullock and many more
  • Favourite Director(s)
    Christopher Nolan, James Cameron
  • Favourite Movie(s)
    Titanic, Moulin Rouge, Meet Joe Black, The legends of the fall, Mothman prophecies, The eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, The Truman Show, Troy, Seven, Equilibrium, Inception, Gladiator, V for Vendetta, Vanilla Sky, Memento, Dead End, The Blair witch project, The name of the rose, Deja vu and again, many many more
  • Favourite TV Show(s)/Series
    LOST!!!! And then miles behind, Game of thrones, The wire, Heroes, Dexter, Gilmore Girls, Breaking Bad and a few others.
  • Favourite Movie Soundtrack
    Gladiator, Moulin Rouge, Titanic, Troy, Legends of the fall...
  • Favourite Author
    JRR Tolkien, Stephen King, Robin Hobb, George Martin, John Grisham....yes, I am very shallow.
  • Favourite Book(s)
    mostly fantasy - ASoIaF, The first law, The farseer trilogy, Wheel of time and of course, the milestone that LOTR is.
  • Favourite Comic Book/Anime
    Vampire Hunter D, Berserk, Death Note, Spirited Away, Psycho pass

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  1. angel_heart

    Within Temptation II

    To me being or not being symphonic is the smallest problem. I just want it to be good, regardless of the genre. And Hydra was way too repetitive and dry for my taste. Paradise in particular was a huge let-down, when you hear Sharon and Tarja join forces, you expect something epic and it was just the same few notes repeated over and over. Resist is a lot more creative and engaging.
  2. angel_heart

    Within Temptation II

    I would say it's how the album goes down in history. Of course everyone can call it a masterpiece to their own ears, because it definitely has a subjective part to it. But if we're trying to speak of masterpieces in the more objective sense of the word, I think first and foremost, some time needs to pass and see how the song/ album ages and if it remains in the collective memory as a benchmark of the genre (or even of music). And by that I don't mean only in the fans' minds, but also in the mind of other bands that will use that song/album as inspiration. If he would actually try to understand the critics and care, he would've taken the video down and appologise when he found out. He's arguing that omg he's a rebel, not knowing the story of the song is not the problem. It's just that his respect for his abs overrides his respect for the band he claims to love. Ok, back to Resist. I hated Hydra with a passion, but Resist is a pleasant listen. Yes, it's a light listen as well, but it's melodic and not irritatingly repetitive and Sharon is always lovely (when she isn't drowned in synths, I mean, so I'm glad to see this time I can actually hear her beautiful voice colour). Probably not going to over-listen to it, but it's definitely a step back up.
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    I'm in love with My dark symphony, it's perfect. First and foremost there's Roy who simply shines in that track, but there's also that gloomy slow melody and such a penetrating atmosphere. Did I mention there's Roy? I'm so happy he's back and he sounds like he hasn't missed a beat.
  4. angel_heart

    PLASTIC EUKARIOTE - 2018 Forum Awards

    Congratulations to everyone, thanks @hunebedbouwer for the effort and also thank you for the votes See you next year *waves*
  5. angel_heart

    PLASTIC EUKARIOTE - 2018 Forum Awards

    Hm.... I haven't been around as much in the past few years, so I'm a bit rusty on who's who, but this has always been one of my favourite topics, so I'll give it a go. But before, I want to say I'm really sorry to see the "intellectual" award being dismissed, I find it a good representation of exactly what's wrong with this forum lately and how much more diluted the discussions have become. On a happier note, thanks to those voted for me, I love you too 1) The AWOLLY (Absence Without Official Leave) - award........which member(s) have you missed the most in or during 2018? First and always, @snowhite. Also, @Nienor and @some_dude_on_the_interwebs and any of the other old-school dinosaurs that pretty much left the forum (you can always count on me for some nostalgia). 2) The MOSQUITO - award...........whose stingy posts and remarks were the most annoying ones for you? @Ahasverus seems to always be bothered by something, I sometimes wonder if he lives to criticise random stuff on the internet. 3) The BUZZYBODDY - award.........which member did spend the most time posting and replying on this forum? @Serena, @hunebedbouwer 4) The JOLLYGOODFUN - award...........who made you smile, let you laugh the most this year?\ @hunebedbouwer 5 ) The ROOKSTAR - award..........which newcomer/greenhorn did impress you the most? @Ann_argr and I swear it's not only because she loves Firma. 6) The DUOPENOTTI - award.........which 2 members get on well, often confirm each other´s opinion, complement each other? 7) The AVASTAR - award.........who has got/had the best avatar this year? 8) The MOTFU (Master Of This Forum´s Universe) - award........who do you think was the BEST poster on this forum in 2018? @Eilenna @Himiko@Baki @hunebedbouwer 9) The AH - OH - AH -award.........(yes, you got them on every forum) who is the biggest drama queen? @GreatEye @Ahasverus 10) The PHRASIER - award.........who wrote the best post/remark/phrase in 2018 and what was it about? 11) The TOPGUNNER - award.........(different from no.8!!!) who is your FAVOURITE poster? I can't separate from "best poster". So the same people, ,@Eilenna @Himiko @Baki @hunebedbouwer 12) The HYENA VS LION - award.........which 2 members like debating each other till dawn and won´t give in an inch? 13) The PIT of 2018 - award...........what do you consider to have been the worst thread on this forum during this year? The Anette thread, people are still talking about pretty much the same things for the past 5 years. 14) The CLASS of 2018 - award.........which thread was your favourite during 2018? The Decades tour, it was an awesome tour with an equally awesome thread. 15) The OFFTOPICCALLER - award........which member continously posts above, under and next to the thread subjects? @hunebedbouwer, but we love him anyway. He's the soul of this forum. 16) The MUSICKFREAK - award........who do you think has the most CD´s/LP´s/DVD's at home? @snowhite @Nienor 17) The EXPLICITATOR - award.........who was the most in-your-face member of this year? @Baki @Magnus @Symphoniker @some_dude_on_the_interwebs 18) The POSTERFAN - award..........which member should post more? Aside from the AWOL ones, @Eilenna @Symphoniker @Himiko SOME FACTS OF LIFE A) The best album of the year 2018 in your opinion? Orphaned Land - Unsung prophets and dead Mesiahs B) The most enjoyable song that was released in 2018? Orphaned Land & Hansi - Like Orpheous C) What was the best thing you saw or heard on YOUTUBE this year? Jim Sterling's channel D) What was your favourite Nightwish-moment of the year? Attending the Decades show in Romania, it was one of the best moments of the year, period. E) The best film you´ve watched this year? A quiet place. F) What was the most delicious animal you´ve eaten this year and for veggies & vegans the most delicious vegetable? It kind of makes me uncomfortable to think of food as "animal I've eaten". G) What was your best live music experience in 2018? Of course, Nightwish. Also Haggard and Zeal&Ardor @Artmania. H) IF Floor decided to become a farmer´s wife, who should replace her? (I know it´s a IF-question, but fun nevertheless)? Tarja. I) What was your favourite sports moment of the year? Simona Halep winning the Roland Garros. J) Best thing you watched on TV during this year? I just watch the news. K) Who would you vote Personality Of The Year (worldwide - can be anyone) personally? Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad who won the Nobel prize for peace. L) What´s the best place you did visit this year? Brussels.
  6. angel_heart


    Oh. I'd better get my hands on it, then... I was expecting the full album and didn't want to "spoil" myself with the EP, but if that's the best we're going to get, I guess I should just listen to it and be happy there's even an EP to be talking about, after all the slumber.
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    I don't care what project it is and who's singing in it, everything Arjen-related is bound to get me very very excited. Looking forward to whatever comes out of his brilliant mind.
  8. angel_heart

    Pain of Salvation

    In my opinion In the passing light of day is their best and most solid&cohesive album. I love the band, but I can't get into all their songs (definitely not at any given time), while this album is one I can always enjoy in its entirety. I also want to spread the love for this song, which is such an underrated gem:
  9. angel_heart


    So when is the album coming out?
  10. angel_heart


    I'm disappointed with the new album. The previous one showed a lot of promise on many levels, so I was actually excited at the thought they're releasing a new record and I expected it to be rather good. Turns out it's one of their worse. It's not embrassingly bad, but it's just dull. And ironically Mortem tries so hard to do unusual things because he wants to position himself as an out of the box songwriter, and then fails at basic creativity "don't repeat the most boring chorus in the world ten thousand times" elements.
  11. angel_heart

    What are you reading now?

    Considering I'm still in the process of reading it, I wouldn't be able to help...
  12. angel_heart


    I saw "Desteptarea primaverii" (Spring awakening) the other week, it was amazing. It started out as an amusing play with silly teenagers, but when it turned into a dark and gutwrenching story I was completely sunk into it. Especially since it was writen almost 150 years ago and it's still every bit as real and stong. But it was Rocca&Co that completely stole the show, the audience politely clapped for the actors, but when it was the band's turn, the theater erupted into a cheer, it was clear who everyone had come to see. The music was beautiful (I'm frantically searching for the soundtrack) and it enhanced the experience so much. And Rocca is just awesome, I love the guy so much. I'll leave you with the only song i was able to find from the play:
  13. angel_heart

    Decades World Tour 2018

    Now you're just being tendentious. It's one of the most positive songs they've ever had, it's about enjoying life even if it's not always perfect and being thankful for the fact that you're alive to being with. It's definitely not about how we're all gonna die. To me TGSOE was the highlight of the night, in the context of just having enjoyed a great show and having had a lot of fun, chanting "we were here" was perfect. It made me grateful to be able to experience such moments.
  14. angel_heart


    I didn't know this one either, but it's not exactly what I listen to Firma for. I'm not such a big fan of their newer upbeat tracks, I prefer their graver songs. But Rocca can make anything better I don't know anything about a new album in the making, this is a track for a local radio called Guerilla. "Binele invinge" (the good always wins) is their motto.
  15. angel_heart


    That was the sweetest thing I heard in ages! Awww, how cute! He must be immensely proud of her, and so modest at the same time. \ I'm really happy for you that you decided to go and that you had fun! I envy you, but I'm also happy for you. When you mentioned the "we have found the seventh sign" part, I could hear in my head that magnificent ending of the Star one show and I got goose bumps. It must've been amazing to be there in person! I have to get my hands on the DVD at least...