I write to find the surrogate writer in me.
Rui is a graduate of the University of Porto, teacher, and life-coach.
He is also a partner of Rock n’Heavy and the founder of ZENite.
90 Meters Underground Live With Moonspell
Portugal’s Metal pathfinders Moonspell have always been a “creative and live force that refused to die or to compromise to the grinding of time.”
Yggdrasil by Wardruna: The Music of the Vikings
In old Norse, Wardruna means “the guardian of secrets” or “she who whispers.” Think about Gorgoroth! Do you remember “Twilight of the Idols” with Einar “Kvitrafn” Selvik on drums and Gaahl unleashing the growls? Never mind, that’s old news anyway. Wardruna is currently Kvitrafn’s true creative fountainhead, and from it flows the living sap of Nordic spiritualism and rune mysticism.
Red Green and Gold
I'm the last surrogate writer of many illustrious souls I carry in me the Red Green and Gold flag of a nation Your courage lingers in my last words of illumination
Learn How to Find The World's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge
The 516 Arouca bridge is the world's largest suspension pedestrian bridge located in the Arouca municipality, Aveiro district, Portugal.
Billie Eilish Announces New Album ‘Happier Than Ever’
Billie Eilish has revealed the details of her highly anticipated new album. The 16-song studio album is titled Happier Than Ever and will be released on July 30.
How Artificial Intelligence Tech Emulated Kurt Cobain to Release a New Nirvana Song
Kurt Cobain died 27 years ago. Now, in 2021, computer science helped release a new Nirvana song. The iconic frontman of Seattle sound pathfinders, Nirvana, committed suicide on April 5, 1994. Kurt Cobain’s iconoclast career crowned him at the Rock n’Roll Hall of Fame and paved the way to the urban legend known as the “27 Club.”
Read This if You Want to Know Who Killed Sara
"Who Killed Sara" is a Mexican murder mystery drama originally entitled "¿Quién mató a Sara?" Netflix released the series on March 24, 2021.
Into the Black Hole: The Quantum Singularity in Omega by Epica and Netflix's Dark
This article brings forward my parallax inception about Quantum Singularity as described in Epica’s new album Omega and Netflix’s acclaimed TV series Dark. The cornerstone for the comparison is the Omega Point hypothesis, as defined by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, a French priest and philosopher.