What they need is a collection of articles, reviews, and summaries pertaining to the best of Metal (in terms of Music and
Philosophy) that has ever existed.http://www.anus.com/metal
I don't see Shiturgy here.
I first started visiting ANUS and the DLA five/six years ago, when I was fourteen/fifteen (wish I were 41, and releasing my music to an unsuspecting populace twenty years ago). There was no Liturgy then - I don't remember anything at all about this "hipster" crap that we have nowadays - but there was
the DLA. The best things that I've learnt about Metal since then have been learnt through the DLA, not through listening to bullshit, faggy music, reading the retarded "opinions" of the writers of such farcical nonsense, and then having the common sense to disregard such things all on my lonesome ("but pooping in your hands is stupid, isn't it?"), but by reading what intelligent people have written about good albums and then going out and getting those albums to see if I can get the same result.
What is your concern with the human world? I can understand careful observation, so as to get an understanding of what not to do, but you and I, and probably everyone else here, knows that everything that exists now is going down the shitter, one way or another. I'm not suggesting that this is your goal, but it is absolutely fruitless to attempt to turn back time even further back than '93 and reinvent modern society as a healthy organism - the onus is on us not to prevent disaster, but to collect and salvage all that is good in this world, that it might survive whatever calamity is pending (natural, economic, military, Cthulhu). This is partially why we have the DLA: it's an archive of worthwhile material, presented as a portal to "those who weren't there", that they might reap the same benefits as those who are
Tell you what - why don't we turn the DLA into an archive of everything that has ever been called "Metal", even jokingly? Hell, you're already putting HHH's bullshit in a time capsule for future generations because it "introduces [our] talking points".
Blah blah blah, I really need to chill sometimes.