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Black Metal

Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 09:16:12 AM
How is Burzum consider Narrow Squirting Bowel Movement? I've never heard any reference towards NS in his songs. Also does Marduk, Darkthorne, Bathory have any associations with Narrow Squirting Bowel Movement? 

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 11:45:42 AM
For Burzum, Darkthrone and the other original Norse bands, subtly was key. The same is true of Bathory. The message of the music was implied. Marduk are shockrockers and used Nazi imagery for marketing. Fuck them in the anus. I'm not sure who the first NS black metal band is, but I always felt like "Mother North" from Satyricon was one of the first truly openly NS songs in visible BM. However by today's standard, that is still pretty subtle.

Most Narrow Squirting Bowel Movement just poorly rehashed black metal with overt hatefulness. Just a new flavor of white power rock.

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 11:46:17 AM
ya im pretty sure I just got trolled here, I am aware of that, no need for anyone to point it out. Thanks.

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 11:53:03 AM
You did not get trolled. I was curious because I was reading about NS bands out of curiosity and what I was reading mentioned them to be part of it. Marduk is fucking annoying.

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 12:03:59 PM
The problem with NS black metal is it has distilled itself down to the worst parts of black metal and the worst parts of the racialist movement. It's just angry rednecks shouting. It has lost the beauty. There are some bands with that tag applied who are good, but typically the more direct the message the less worthy the music.

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 12:13:24 PM
I've always found this site informative:
nzbm.org (replace z with s)

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 12:16:52 PM
Like Absurd? Don't they have a pretty direct message?

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 12:17:06 PM
War
Between Races
A Goal Is Reached
Chaos, Hate

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 11:02:19 PM
What about the translation to Darkthrone's Over Fjell og Gjennom Torner?

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 11:10:44 PM
Like Absurd? Don't they have a pretty direct message?

Who actually listens to that garbage though?

Re: Black Metal
September 23, 2010, 11:28:37 PM
Like Absurd? Don't they have a pretty direct message?

Who actually listens to that garbage though?
Early Absurd is fantastic. Warlike march rhythm, rough Teutonic melodies, and the crude but romantic lyrics.

Re: Black Metal
September 25, 2010, 05:21:40 AM
I think that Lost Wisdom (song) captures beautifully in 4 minutes what early Absurd was always striving for. Blutgericht is outstanding though.

Re: Black Metal
September 28, 2010, 12:20:45 AM
Like Absurd? Don't they have a pretty direct message?

Who actually listens to that garbage though?
Early Absurd is fantastic. Warlike march rhythm, rough Teutonic melodies, and the crude but romantic lyrics.

Seconded. I love[d] early Absurd, even though I rarely listen to it these days. Every now and then I'll rotate them back into the mix and that old feeling of the youthful days of rebellion comes back to me. That band when they were good, was for the young of heart. Werewolfthron is easily my favorite, since the newer members ushered in their "prowess" and it was the last one to feature at least one of the original members.

Re: Black Metal
October 09, 2010, 02:11:55 AM
What about the translation to Darkthrone's Over Fjell og Gjennom Torner?
Also "Slottet i det fjerne" has the line 'dark ones who worship the sun' - a bit less direct than Oven Fjell by Fenriz:
"den norrene rase ma slagt den andre
nar blammen dunker for tunkt na pa dor"
'The northern race must kill the other
when African-Americans knock hard at the door'

or Flittermice lyrics by Varg:
"A fare to raise the flag of satan, and disseminate the races
to build a hall of battle, and live in eternal strife'

all this on an album labeled Norwegian Aryan Black Metal.  Not to mention all the pagan themes barely hidden by Varg underneath a satanic veil when writing for Darkthrone.  Can't really say its all indicative of any sort of NS ideology... more of a gut reaction to the cosmopolitan nature of the city (Varg and Fenriz had been living in Oslo around these times.  Both Over Fjell og Gjennon Torner and Slottet i det Fjerne (indeed the whole album) give the listener a powerful sense of terrible beasts lurking outside the gates of civilization... and terrible beasts lurking within the hearts of civilized men whose lives have become too soft and easy (dark sun worshippers).    Both songs have characters lurking in caves and swamps, clawing through thorns and over mountains.  It reminds me of a line from Apocolypse Now, "Every day that I sit in this hotel room I get weaker, and each day that Charlie squats out in the bush he gets stronger."  It is worth noting that the members of Darkthrone retreated to the forest for a while during and after TH was recorded.

Edit:  I did not know the N-word had a filter.  Obviously Fenriz has never written any lyrics about African-Americans.