A Lannister always eats his cake. (by Cake Retro)
There are tons of covers of the theme song to Game of Thrones online, but I bet you never heard it played on a carillon. Carillonneur, Lyle Anderson at the University Of Wisconsin-Madison threw down a sweet and heavenly cover of one of the most popular theme songs on television today.
The Game of Thrones theme music performed by Lyle Anderson on the UW-Madison Carillon. The carillon was originally dedicated in 1936 and has 56 bells ranging in size from 15 to 6,823 pounds. Anderson has been UW-Madison’s official carillonneur for almost 30 years.
Seriously, doesn’t Lyle Anderson looks like he belongs in Westros as a cleric or a priest? Hit the jump and check out the video!
I always wondered. HBO is probably the hottest network on television, but who actually uses HBO Go? There are a lot of people out there that want to watch Homeland and Game of Thrones without shelling out the dough for a HBO subscription and weaseling someone’s HBO Go access might best way to go about doing it, but how far does this criminal network of HBO Go sharing go? I currently pay for HBO, but I have never used HBO Go before. Why the hell would I want to watch Game of Thrones on my computer? I’ll take a 60 inch HD television screen any day.
Hit the jump and check out “The Secret of HBO Go”
“The great war is between death and life, ice and fire. If we lose, the night will never end.”
You would think that with millions and millions of loyal Game of Throne fans patiently waiting for the new season, HBO would give us more than a logo and a date for the first trailer of the new season. We thought wrong.
Season three of Game of Thrones drops on March 31, 2013. Hit the jump and be unimpressed.
I know Tyrion. I know. Herbert Costa decided to make a video of his cat, Arya meowing the theme song to Game of Thrones. If I wasn’t so sick right now, I would try to make a sense of this madness. Now it’s your problem.
Hit the jump and enjoy the video. I’m going to go and get loaded on cough syrup.
You either win or you die, that’s the price of the game…
Ah, shit brah. This is pretty fucking awesome. I will be honest with you. I have said this before and I’ll say it again. I’m don’t like or hate rap. I have always been a rock It just never appealed to me. However, I’m a huge fan when it comes to Adam WarRock’s (@eugewarrock) rap songs featuring awesome beats and lyrics inspired by our favorite TV shows (such as Firefly, Dowtown Abbey, and Parks and Recreation). Adam has been featured on BBC America and Wired and have been praised by many such as Nathan Fillion and Matt Fraction for his clever mixes. Well, to satisfy his many fans, he put together a new mix inspired by ‘Game of Thrones’ titled “When the Winter Comes” and trust me, he did not disappoint.
Hit the jump and check out “When the Winter Comes”