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quietearth [Celluloid 08.11.10] trailer scifi video



I don't know how we missed this, and correct me if I'm wrong, everyone in the entire film community missed this, but this is some seriously incredible concept work. While comissioned for a treatment of Coheed and Cambria's song "The Broken", the folks behind this decided to make it the 2nd part in a trilogy of which the 1st and 3rd are still in development.

Extreme devastation and mass extinction of living beings has blackened a distant universe, and an epic war continues to rage. On a ruined planet, machines of war battle desperately in a death-match to fulfill an ancient prophecy; the fecundation of a new future.

Video after the break.



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witchman (9 years ago) Reply

not quite sure what you're gushing about here.

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Anonymous (9 years ago) Reply

You're blind, you stupid tit! That's old-school cool!

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Anonymous (9 years ago) Reply

what's so great about this! God the music is just Arrg who the heck did the mix!

The guitars are panned way to far left and right the stupid Snare is way to dry and snappy! There isn't enough compression and the whole thing sounds so flat! Not even as good as those Glamor Heavey Metal Bands! There is absolutely no dynamics in the drums Horrible! Damn Cymble Crash is panned wrong too!

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witchman (9 years ago) Reply

"tit"....hahaha, haven't heard that since kindergarten. Hard to take an anonymous comment with the word "tit" in it seriously. Enjoy your old skool Mr Anonymous.

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Lenman (9 years ago) Reply

These guys are a great band and a lot of their stuff is Sci-Fi oriented. Anonymouse what is a "Glamor Heavey Metal Band"? Ha Ha. Did you mean Glam Metal? And Heavy only has one e in it.

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Anonymous (9 years ago) Reply

What's the music got to do with anything? The post was about the video. Try reading the article next time.

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c (9 years ago) Reply

Interesting video...too bad I had to turn the music off. Sounded like Megadeth ate 50 quaaludes and was forced to listen to Michael Bolton for a year.

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inukumaru (9 years ago) Reply

People, this song and video are from the 4th album by coheed and cambria, this album being a prequel in Claudio's apocalyptic science fiction magna epic "The Amory Wars" [now available in graphic novel form] The songs tell the story, including dialogue, and events in the whole arc. Anyways anyone interested check Wikipedia or coheed's page. Believe me you wont be disappointed.


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