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Fireal Dec 01, 2018
#fireal #unlite #imperial
Fireal Dec 01, 2018
#fireal #unlite #imperial We stay unlit.
Fireal Nov 13, 2018
Excelsior! Rest in Peace, Stan Lee.
Fireal Nov 04, 2018
My advice is free of price: The hydra's lives and pair of eyes Go in nines and come back twice The one you sliced, comes back and bites #fireal #firealofficial #detritus #scum #dump #trash #garbage #junk #group #nine #hydra #wyrm #imperial #thedarkside #darkside #sw #starwars #sith #unlite #unlight #revenge #comeback #lyrics #novem #venom #wyrm #vipera
Fireal Oct 01, 2018
UИLITƎ - The Dark Revolution. #fireal #unlite #revolution
Fireal Oct 01, 2018
UИLITƎ - The Dark Revolution. #fireal #unlite #revolution
Fireal Oct 01, 2018
Something we'd like to address: There have been some speculations on what the Fireal lineup currently is or if there is in fact any lineup. There certainly is. We've recorded new material with almost an identical lineup as the original one - Teijo Jämsä, Jari Ilomäki, Caleb Daniel Lit, T-Noir, Tuomas Wäinölä & Antti Härmä. However, since we currently don't plan on touring, there's no point in announcing any official lineup. At least two of us have no desire to go back to playing shows anymore so it's possible we won't be touring at all. But there's no need to make that decision right now, that's just something to be prepared for. Either way, playing shows is the lowest priority at the moment because it would not benefit us in any way. As stated before in a blog transmission, our lineup is currently presented as The Cibrius Triad, Collective and United. In English: The Lead (where the big decisions are made, songs written, arranged and pre-produced by three people), The Band (where the songs are recorded and partly arranged with the full lineup) and The Team (where other collaborators and associates work with the full lineup). There are no official band members listed because we don't want to lock the lineup or limit us from expanding or exploring it. We're happy with the one we have now but in the long run the "who" is irrelevant next to the "what". Also, once again as stated before, The Cibrius is a plural and represents anonymity as there is no need to focus on the band members. Contrary to what misinformants and drama seekers advertise, The Cibrius is nobody's alter ego nor any one person. The masked figure is a symbol, a statement, and like the Anonymous it represents several people behind a larger idea. Yes, we listed who are involved with Fireal at the moment, but it doesn't mean that's our final lineup or that we need to continue listing our band members. Everything is subject to change. We've explored possibilities with different vocalists and musicians and like to keep it that way. All in all, the main focus should be in what we create: music, lyrics and visuals. Now, someone might comment "but you haven't made any music, you haven't released anything". This would be false. We certainly have been making and recording music for years now. Different songs, different arrangements. But we haven't published anything, there's a big difference. Why? The answers are the same as always before: because we don't want to release anything until the circumstances are good enough for us. Because releasing music unofficially in our pages wouldn't meet all the time and effort invested in it. Because we all have different careers besides this, we do this at our own pace and basically when it feels right. Now in the smart phone era as the regular people have become living advertisements in social media, musical groups with some level of exposure are expected to share new content on a regular basis to create engagement and make themselves heard. It seems people are scared of being unheard and becoming forgotten in social media. To each their own, but we don't share this fear or feel the need to be active in here (or any page for that matter). We have no deadlines, no clock ticking nor any quota to meet. All this is a conscious choice: this silence is self-chosen and frankly it's proven to be one of the best decisions made in the history of our group. The synergy between our band members and other associates has never been healthier. What we've created so far has never sounded as good as it does now. So we clearly made the right call. One thing is for certain: we will not be going back to how things were before. The Fireal of 2009-2011 is gone and will not return. Some "trash critics" (never the fans) have complained that our site doesn't even look like a band's page because of all the graphics and no band photos. Once again, if you look through the blog transmissions ( ), you will find that we've already commented on this before (2015 this was always a conscious decision. It was never our plan to go the traditional way. Yes, we did shoot basic promo pics in the past with our former record company Warner, had band members listed and did everything more or less the traditional way. But that wasn't entirely our own choice and it doesn't mean we should go that way in the future - and we haven't done so in the past 4-5 years now. We're not going back to the way we were. All this has been addressed before in the blog transmissions throughout the years but for some reason it's still unclear to some people. Perhaps this status update will help clear things up. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal fans for their patience and support during all these years. We hope to reward this with a new release as soon as possible. Thank you, Fireal
Fireal Aug 17, 2018
The Martian Rise.
Fireal Aug 14, 2018
1 over 8 behind the 8ball. #fireal #firealofficial #disconnect #fire #web #internet #trash #forum #sad #little #liar #cyberbully #drunk #alcohol #trashtalk #bs #failed #empty #life #compensation #offgrid #reality #ugly #truth #offline #online #1over8 #8ball #eight
Fireal Jul 27, 2018
Every Minute.
Fireal Jul 25, 2018
Way back Wednesday.
Fireal Jul 22, 2018
Hello Beautiful.
Fireal Jul 18, 2018
Listen to your heart.
Fireal Jun 22, 2018
Hyvää Juhannusta, Happy Midsummer! It burns inside but keep the bonfires outside🔥
Fireal Jun 13, 2018
May there be Joy in your life.
Fireal Jun 10, 2018
Revenge of the Fifth. #fireal #firealofficial #fosforus #phosphorus #phosphor #lucifer #morningstar #fallenone #high #sonofthedawn #devil #fasterthanlight #ftl #god #oneabove #faith #belief #survive #starwarsday #starwars #sw #revengeofthe5th #sith
Fireal Mar 14, 2018
The universe is a little less brighter now. R.I.P.
Fireal Feb 17, 2018
The Wraith
Fireal Jan 01, 2018
Star Wars
Fireal Dec 25, 2017
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
Fireal Nov 30, 2017
Fireal - Ariel
Fireal Nov 26, 2017
Fireal - God [Lyric Video]
Fireal Oct 20, 2017
Fireal - ❤ (Bonus track from The Dark Side album)
Fireal Jul 22, 2017
I've respected tons of artists whose career I've never really followed. To learn of their passing has always been sad but I've moved on, albeit wistfully. Then there are those that really hit me. Stone Temple Pilots: Core, Purple, Tiny Music, No.4. Alice In Chains: Facelift, Dirt, Sap, Jar of Flies, Tripod. Soundgarden: Badmotorfinger, Superunknown, Down on the Upside. I've listened to these records since my adolescence. And every time I hear a song from any of those artists' first three albums, my mind goes back to the time I first found them - the childhood freedom, the long summer nights and days - the fire they sparked inside of me. What made them perfect was the connection between them - the Seattle sound (however you define it), the friendship and the fact that they were all distinctively different and unique, yet somehow similar. When I heard the news of Layne Staley and years later Scott Weiland, I felt emptiness, disappointment and grief that would color all those memories. I was depressed, read about their lives and thought about them a lot - how I never got to see or meet them live. But because of their visible struggle with substance abuse, I was prepared for what was to come. Still a shock, yet in the back of my head I had been preparing. That softened the blow somehow. But this May when I heard the news about Chris... I was heartbroken. I guess I still am. I never expected this would happen to him because he seemed like he got it all together and seemed like the most unlikely to go. I always pictured him as a wise mystic who'd endure to an old age. Chris was something that connected me, my big brother, our cousins next door and a few friends and schoolmates that shared our love for these Seattle bands. Chris Cornell with Soundgarden and Audioslave stood out because they were something we could all agree on despite our different tastes in music. Chris Cornell is also the only one we've all seen live together - once with Audioslave and once with Soundgarden. My cousins saw his solo acts several times and my brother saw Soundgarden already in the late 90's. All these memories and it dawns on me how we can't do that again, how we can't see him again. It breaks my heart. And it makes me more grateful for the shows we shared together. Years later, the first time I heard Linkin Park was when Hybrid Theory came out and my cousin presented it to us at a party. I remember all of us being completely blown away by Chester's exceptional vocal abilities - something we hadn't heard since Layne Staley. I was instantly hooked and I've admired him as a singer ever since. Linkin Park became a thing for us - and of course for the rest of the world - and stayed with me for years to come. I count them as one of my influences, "Crawling" being one of my first and biggest favorites. Now reading the news of Chester, a dear friend of Chris following's just so unreal. Too much sadness in such a short period of time. It's largely because of Chester, Chris, Scott and Layne, that I've strived to become a better rock singer. One of the reasons behind my musical ambitions since adolescence has been to aim for my vocal heroes' level of skill. For that alone I've always hoped seeing and meeting them live. But to learn how Chris Cornell was such a humanitarian, such a warm and friendly soul, it makes me even more sad. I just wish I could've shaken his hand. I wish I could've thanked Chester for his vocals. I just hope Eddie hangs in there with Pearl Jam. From my personal point of view the world of rock music has changed. It has somehow stopped and become so much quieter. It seems different, emptier to me now. All this has made me contemplate on the footsteps behind me and what lies ahead - where I'm going. The rock star life seems more like a warning sign than an advertisement of a glorious dream. But it also makes me grateful for all the loved ones around me. I will always appreciate that. To few of the fallen heroes I grew up listening to, Freddie Mercury (5 September 1946 – 24 November 1991) Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967 – April 5, 1994) Shannon Hoon (September 26, 1967 – October 21, 1995) Layne Staley (August 22, 1967 – April 5, 2002) Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) Scott Weiland (October 27, 1967 – December 3, 2015) Glenn Frey (November 6, 1948 – January 18, 2016) Prince (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016) David Bowie (8 January 1947 – 10 January 2016) Chris Cornell (July 20, 1964 – May 18, 2017) Chester Bennington (March 20, 1976 – July 19 or 20, 2017) You will always remain as an eternal inspiration to me and a reminder of your unique soulful talents that once walked the Earth and continues to bless us for years to come. Rest in peace and forever in our hearts. I'm sending all my love to the families of Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell. - C
Fireal Jul 20, 2017
R.I.P. Chester Bennington. This is beyond sad.