George Psalmanazar submitted a few reviews of albums he vehemently despises to Death Metal Underground. Enjoy!
Tags: amon amarth, Angel Witch, arena rock, bedshitting, dissection, glam metal, glam rock, hard rock, Heavy Metal, judas priest, manilla road, NWOBHM, pop music, sadistic metal reviews, sell-out, stadium metal, stadium rock
Friday night. If your week was as high-intensity as most of ours have been, then it is time to kick back and watch night enclose the world in liquid potential. For this, sometimes it helps to have recreational substances… but these are legal! (more…)
Tags: beer, cotton boll twist, hal o' the wynd, marzipan burley, mexican black-and-tan, negra modelo, pale ale, sierra nevada, tobacco
Since “sodomize the weak” has become the unofficial motto of this site, and we rarely make such things official because formalization leads to accelerated decrepitude, it makes sense to explain why these three words encompass the single bit of philosophy that every sane person needs.
Tags: darwinism, sodomize the weak, sodomy, transcendentalism
Denmark has filed blasphemy charges against a man for burning the Koran. Denmark still has blasphemy laws on the books preventing the public mockery or scorn of religion. This is a massive display of pandering to the religious fanatics who are currently causing an epidemic of public sexual violence against women across the European continent. Muslims consider the Koran to be the actual rambling words of God to Muhammad despite their being no evidence of the book existing in any form until the 720s, almost a century after the death of the Muslim prophet Muhammad.
Tags: blasphemy, censorship, Denmark, islam
The first official Demilich patches ever made are now available. Do you want to stick an official Demilich patch on your bag or battle jacket? Then buy them directly from the band and not some Greek, German, or South American bootlegger.
Tags: Demilich, Finland, Finnish Death Metal, merch, merchandise
Darkthrone‘s second album, A Blaze in the Northern Sky, turns twenty-five today. For much of the mid 90s, Darkthrone constantly referred to A Blaze in the Northern Sky as their first album as it was the first commercially released record to adopt the quick and dirty “necro” production style and to have been part of the Norwegian black metal second wave initiated by Mayhem. However most of the individual musical inspirations were audible on their prior Soulside Journey album recorded at Sunlight Studio; the compositions on A Blaze in the Northern Sky were just much more sparse and droning due to different overall compositional goals reflecting the shift from progressive death metal riff mazes to minimalistic Hellhammerism.
Tags: a blaze in the northern sky, anniversary, Black Metal, darkthrone, death metal, fenriz, nocturno culto, norway, Norwegian Black Metal, Norwegian Death Metal
Legendary Czech black metal originators Master’s Hammer are playing this years Bjorgvin Black Mass in Bjorgvin, Norway. This is Master’s Hammer’s first indoor live set in over a quarter century. The band is exclusively playing their early, metal material such as Ritual. Enslaved is also playing an exclusive Vikingligr Veldi anniversary show. Scandinavian black metal fans should check this out.
Tags: bjorgvin black mass, Black Metal, Czech black metal, Enslaved, festivals, Master's Hammer, norway, Vikingligr Veldi
Ares Kingdom are playing a short tour of the Pacific Northwest of the United States and Canada this spring. Check them out if you’re a Chuck Keller (Order from Chaos) fan.
Tags: ares kingdom, Black Metal, death metal, Speed Metal, upcoming tours
Demilich are set to play the upcoming Party.San Metal Open Air festival in Germany according to the festival’s Funbook page. Check them out if you’re nearby as Demilich are amazing live.
Tags: death metal, Demilich, festivals, germany, news, upcoming shows