A chilling video featuring an abandoned World War II fort and an underground bunker inside a forest at Mount Serapong located somewhere at Sentosa Island. I have a strange fascination with these kinds of places despite the eeriness there is a beauty within the ruins. It may not be obvious to the common eye but there is a lot to see either in the tiniest detail (micro scale) or seeing the totality (macro scale) of the chaotic remains of the past. Continue reading →
It’s just last month when we celebrated our 2nd daughter’s birthday, and now it’s our eldest daughter’s turn. Well I guess more cake equals more fun… and more fun it was. Few months before her birthday she already knew the theme that she wants on her school celebration which is Angry Birds (of course). Kids and adults can’t get enough of these short-tempered avian characters from the mobile app that grandma likes to play (aside from Candy Crush that is). Continue reading →
Here’s the video highlights of Benedict’s first birthday celebration. A simple celebration but a part of a child’s life that’s worth treasuring. Hope you like it. Kindly like, subscribe or leave a comment below. Cheers!
I have missed the first time Funeral For A Friend came to Singapore and sadly this will be the first and last show I’m gonna see them live or ever. This Last Chance To Dance Tour is a farewell show to all the fans. A lot of member changes didn’t stop FFAF to lose their mojo but after longtime guitarist Darren Smith left there is no way telling if FFAF is really back on track. Music wise the sound have change from the screamo, post-hardcore and melodic style that we loved and adore to the more fast hardcore, metalcore style that they’re trying to achieve. And achieved they did. There are no bad album FFAF makes and I’m not just saying that because of blind fandom but because it’s a fact – These guys makes music from the heart and it resonates on every song. Continue reading →
Sick Of It All – Step Down (Footage from Asian Tour 2015 SG)
After 7 years SOIA came back to the Little Red Dot City to conquer the hearts of all hardcore fans. It was sweet, it was nostalgic, it was brutal. With hardcore bands like King Ly Chee (HKHC) and Straight Forward (LCHC) you’ll never go wrong, top it up with Oi punk/punk rock bands like The Bois and Iman’s League the energy just keeps on over flowing.