More news: November 30 Swedish music journalist Per Sinding-Larsen posted some pics from kent's recording sessions in France in this blog post He also posted the following greetings from the band; "We have been very busy, but damn it will be great :)".
Curious about the studio in France where kent recorded during November? This years edition of Swedish public service radio P3s fundraiser Musikhjlpen collects money for every girls right to education.
One way they raise money is by auctions for lots of things throug the ebay site Tradera.
And some sad news: 2011-12-20 Swedish music journalist Jan Gradvall announced on twitter that he has decided to terminate the kent book project he has been working on: "I care too much about Kent to publish something I'm not satisfied with.Hence, after three years of work: I'm terminating the Kent-book." Did you know that kent also has started tweeting (in Swedish).You can find their tweets under the name @Kent The Band.Monday December 12 this week kent published a press release at that reads: "In April the new album "Jag r inte rdd fr mrkret" ("I'm not afraid of the dark") will be released.During the autumn the band has rehearsed new songs that was written during the past year.
In November Jocke, Martin, Markus and Sami went to France, when they got back home they had a whole new album in their luggage. That remains to see but the band says: "We wanted to do a collection of songs where only the best melodies had a place.
June 27 kent kicks off the summer tour in Helsinki.
Full tour plan with ticket info can be found in the toursection.
Originally a lighter strip based on puns and wordplay, Cerebus Syndrome ensued, arguably starting with the "Visions of Doom" arc, but certainly by "Storm of Souls". A set of colored epilogue prints, some with art by Garth Graham (Mookie's partner on his following webcomic Dominic: When we first encountered the Beast..were all so scared of it..the more we learned..more we discovered..less frightening it became...until... Mookie: Dominic's reflection on The Beast in the second half of today's comic is true about most things we're frightened of. Knowledge dispels fear as it creates understanding, and even the mightiest of monsters can be reduced to a stain on the ground.
Over time, knowledge of The Beast has diminished it.
One of the song is a cover of kent's "Krleken Vntar" sung in english by Morten. Joakim has also written about this in the forum at kent.nu: "It was Mortens own idea.