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Metal / Re: Deathcore/Death Metal
« on: October 25, 2009, 06:31:16 PM »
the only 'deathcore' album I've come across that's actually what I'd consider... ::gasp:: GOOD... is Sweden's Burst.

Burst(SWE) - "Lazarus Bird" is a actually a damn good album, though to their credit they're more progressive metal with hardcore vocals, not wholly dissimilar to Neurosis. 

But yeah, death metal fucking destroys all other genres of music... with the sole exception of some essential 80s thrash.

This band doesnt fit into the Deathcore genre in any way, shape or form, and Origo is an even better album than Lazarus Bird.

Metal / Re: More bands like Gordian Knot
« on: October 25, 2009, 06:24:26 PM »

That said, Sean was at least smart enough to get Glenn Snelwar to play on Gordian Knot's first album, and Glenn has a project called At War With Self whose "Torn Between Dimensions" album is basically everything Gordian Knot aspires to be.
Is there any way you could upload this?  I cant find it anywhere.

Metal / Asphyx
« on: December 23, 2008, 09:19:01 AM »
What are the best Asphyx albums?  I've only heard The Rack, and I like it.  Where do I go from here?

Interzone / Re: Happy 4/20
« on: May 06, 2008, 11:02:39 AM »
the number is supposed to mean the time one would get home and be prepared to smoke.  I've found that its fairly accurate, as I've looked up from bowls to see that it happened to be 4:20 on numerous occasions.

No real meaning though.  I've got some friends who go crazy with it.  On April 20th, I got woke up at 4:19 in the morning and handed a bowl.  Bah.

Interzone / Re: Happy 4/20
« on: April 20, 2008, 02:23:05 PM »
Yeah, the only way to properly celebrate 4/20 is to smoke weed, do a bunch of amphetamines, engage in fecal fetish sex, and shoot up a school.

Metal / Re: Instrumental Brutal Death Metal?
« on: April 13, 2008, 03:14:23 PM »
This is a pretty stupid request. Basically, you want death metal without the vocals?

I'm not sure if they plan on recording vocals, but newcomers Abhorrent seem to fit the bill. Then again, I'm pretty sure no hi.arc.tow bands have vocals.

I think this is gonna be awesome once its finished.

I'm pretty sure Marlon posts or reads here, too.

Interzone / Re: December 2012
« on: April 11, 2008, 10:45:13 AM »
witnessing the apocalypse would be amazing.

Interzone / Re: Sexual selectivity
« on: April 03, 2008, 02:26:41 PM »
Its really hard to find a mate who can have an intelligent conversation.  Scratch that, Its really hard to find a PERSON who can have an intelligent conversation, and I think most of us know a lot of the ones who can.

Its really just a clash between sex drive and the need to find someone who actually makes you happy.  I think too many people are giving up hope, but sometimes I cant blame them.  The average girl is supposed to mature at around 16, but I don't really see it.  Too many baby's mamas that are living on the streets cause their little Romeo never actually had any interest, and that might be due to the fact that most women I've met think inside a tiny box that is almost all shit they saw on MTV.  I've seen people approaching 30 still doing this.

While I agree that casual sex is a step back for most people, it feels good, and we've been trained to beg for instantaneous pleasure.

Metal / Re: Personality of Hessians
« on: April 03, 2008, 02:19:30 PM »

Hermann Hesse nailed it on the head when he described a personality as a game that is played with different figures in his novel "Steppenwolf". Instead of narrowing oneself down to four letters, one should learn to play with the different parts of your personality and discover new aspects of yourself.

I like this.  I often find myself exploring different levels of compassion, understanding, and judgement, and trying to balance the three in a way that makes me and those around me happier (to a lesser extent).  I don't think it makes you schizophrenic to experiment with mindsets that make you the happiest.  I generally have a similar outcome no matter what I am thinking, but the amount of things that bother me fluctuates from time to time.

I've found that over-observing cause and effect in a scenario can be one of the most frustrating things, so far, although I admit the importance.  Sometimes I don't think its really worth it.

Metal / Re: Personality of Hessians
« on: April 02, 2008, 05:03:17 PM »
INTJ, although a lot of it was Moderately Expressed, and I think that is good.

Interzone / Re: Metal Hall author spotting
« on: March 31, 2008, 12:26:48 PM »
It seems every Buddhist from California I know can be summarized as "I have transcended the ego, don't you wish you were as cool as me?" (Yes, we're trying to avoid that here!)

I don't really thing ego is necessary, but you could say just about any important fascist mindset could have transcended ego, and is just hyper productive.  You could do things like that for ego, or your could do them because they're efficient.  I don't really associate the two.

Interzone / Re: Careers
« on: March 30, 2008, 03:40:39 PM »
I've only taken an elective in sociology and philosophy and we didn't even talk about Marx.  I'm using this post to inform people of what is being taught in schools right now, because I think I am one of the youngest people here.

From a person of godless philosophy's perspective:

Honestly the majority of it was pretty unfair, but I DO go to a vocational school, and the teacher needed to not get the retards in my class rowdy.  I felt alone and isolated the entire time.  It didn't bother me much, but hearing a bunch of sheltered kids ramble on about god started to get on my nerves a little bit.  Philosophy and sociology was presented in the most objective and "society-friendly" way possible.

The majority of it was Freud worship, with time to bash on Sartre and basically any Atheist philosophy.  The Sartre day was the only one that came with a disclaimer.  We talked about Lorenz, and quite a bit about Plato/Socrates.  This was pretty much expected, but ironically, after all of this material was presented in the most blindfolded way possible, we read 1984.

It is almost like its okay to talk out against Society in my school as long as you don't have any philosophical backing or intentions to change it.  Almost like its okay in life to bitch about your job, as long as you continue to enslave yourself with work that leads us closer to our demise.

Interzone / Re: Metal Hall author spotting
« on: March 28, 2008, 05:46:53 PM »

with a picture

haha.  That was an awesome read.  I laughed a couple of times.

"But Bunnell noted that if pot has been smoked at Apple, it could account for the machine's relatively sluggish performance.

"Maybe that's why Macs have been slower all these years," he said."

Metal / Re: Pig Destroyer
« on: March 28, 2008, 03:23:11 PM »

Nothing like what you've done here, right?

Listen to, read, watch, do whatever you want, but don't expect sympathy because you feel insulted by some impersonal comments.

I don't listen to tool, and I am not personally insulted by the comment, I'm just pointing out that cheap shots aren't getting this forum anywhere, and it seems like there are certain posters more concerned with looking cool than contributing.  If there is anything more hipsterish than that, I am unaware of its existence.

I come for discussion, and I contribute to the Wiki on occasion.  It's not like I have a vendetta against ANUS.  I like what you guys are doing for the most part, I just feel like some people are making it hard for you guys to be taken seriously.

Metal / Re: Pig Destroyer
« on: March 28, 2008, 12:05:28 PM »
the ignorance on this board is overwhelming some times.  we get it, you think you are less of a plague than us other feeble humans, and your shit doesnt stink.  blah blah, lets give you the attention you deserve, as the messiah of modern society and music.  Congratulations.  I've never heard of you or your accomplishments, but I am sure they are substantial enough to give merit to a comment like that.  Blah blah blah. this is the reason half of the board is progressing, while the other half is just nipping at their heels, spewing attention-seeking garbage in public threads.

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