If you ever where in the need to license your work — let be creative work what so ever — and the desire to do so with freedom in mind (as in “free speech” not in “free beer”) you must have been puzzled to peaces. Unless you happen to be equipped, besides your knowledge for the craft, with legal knowledge in that matter that is. I reckon most artists nor computer enthusiasts aren’t. At least, I’m not. So, an article on linux.com written by Nathan Willis came in very handy to at least give an introduction and some clarification to the issue of mixing those licenses. Say, you run a free operating system and want to integrate some desktop eyecandies, themes, icons, what-so-ever. If you don’t find that tricky already think about releasing something like a modification of the theme or a new program using some bits of an icon set or a new distro or some music mix using sounds from a theme, some video production with light effects from some application using a special theme … I guess you get the problem here.
Story of The Year – In The Shadows (Live on Pepsi Smash):
Story of the Year – Anthem of our Dying Day (also Live on Papsi Smash Dec 2006):
Story of the year – Until the day (Hard Rock live):
Live de Story of the Year – And The Hero Will Drown (Live at Kimmel):
Yet another live version of And The Hero Will Drown taken from Live In The Lou:
And last but not at all least some footage on the band: Story of the Year – Taste of Chaos International 2005