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Metal / Re: Revolt against modernism metal: Self Promotion yay!
« on: December 02, 2013, 06:59:26 PM »
Boring as fuck, more like a revolt against fun.

Eat raw onions like apples, bench press logs during a blizzard and then you might get into it a bit more. You just gotta put some more piss and vinegar in yourself.

« on: November 08, 2013, 11:18:08 PM »
Busy with the summer building shit for old people, getting free pies, and then the harvest crept up and next thing I know I was going around with a band of brothers chopping and stacking wood for the people in my community for pizza, great and amazing stories and lots of beer and cheese.

anyway, check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5d7Ytb-GtE

I am drunk as a skunk right now and don't remember how to embed but for those that liked my last post of a bunch of bands, this is a new Indignation track. Lyrics are in the info.

Hope everyone had a great growing season and is ready for winter. I know I am. Fire in the stove right now and Unleashed playing on the turntable. Bring it on.

Metal / Re: Revolt against modernism metal: Self Promotion yay!
« on: September 01, 2013, 04:44:03 PM »
Hmm unfortunately I cannot post anymore samples of anything other than indignation due to the pending releases. However, here is another sample from the Indignation fullength "Divine Resistance".

Youtube took down the previous link so here it is again: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKzIo6f-CMY&feature=youtu.be

Metal / Re: Revolt against modernism metal: Self Promotion yay!
« on: August 27, 2013, 09:08:20 PM »
All pieces linked are exceptional in their understanding of the foundations of good metal. Ossuary Vault stood out, would relisten.

For criticism: they often do not travel far enough beyond a workmanlike excellence, towards catharsis. Find ecstasy, dwell longer in something beautiful.

I understand that. All songs are samples from complete albums that have complex and interwoven concepts both musically, and thematically. Indignation and Ossuary Vault are coming out via Werewolf Promotion in Poland on a pro tape release and the A Winter Lost is coming out through Sun and Moon in Romania in this Autumn.

Glad you enjoyed the music.


Interzone / Something else on the state of creativity and modernism:
« on: August 22, 2013, 05:22:39 PM »
I was thinking more on this topic today and I encountered the realization that young people aren't educated in art anymore. They aren't shown the great works of classical composers, (let alone know the difference between Baroque, Romantic, Classical or Medieval), introduced to higher grade literature (unless you are in your final year in university and can get past the leftist cherry picking), or taught to understand composition or western culture at all. Instead they are just told what to think and who to like and for what reasons they are supposed to be liked.

I blame this entire fiasco on the left wing's march through the institutions, and the massacre of western men that world war two yielded. The only people that won that war were the Soviets.

So on that note, has anyone read this book yet: https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&sqi=2&ved=0CCoQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.ca%2FAmerican-Betrayal-Assault-Nations-Character%2Fdp%2F0312630786&ei=LasWUseaCbL84AOz2ICwAw&usg=AFQjCNGYIMeV3PXiCiwzpneqyPycB7v4_Q&sig2=vaCdlMJlMbpEjyBqi_81fg&bvm=bv.51156542,d.dmg

It outlines a lot of shit that the communists did in a really well researched way.

Interzone / Re: Superior? To what?
« on: August 21, 2013, 06:09:02 PM »
I think the majority of university "educated" people are pathetic creatures. They think they are the best they can ever be already due to the false sense of superiority imprinted on them by the academic systems for merely thinking the correct things. That's why everything sucks nowadays, because no one is aspiring to be better than themselves because their ego's are more important than reality.

Metal / Re: Revolt against modernism metal: Self Promotion yay!
« on: August 17, 2013, 12:34:25 PM »
or not. After looking through the rest of this board it appears everyone ignores this section.

Interzone / Re: Hello, I am new to the forum, but old to this site.
« on: August 16, 2013, 04:27:50 PM »
My eyes aren't what they used to be, and I don't have a keyboard from outer-space.
How would an earthling write your name?
Sudrheim, or Suorheim?

the ğ it's pronounced like the th at the end of tooth. Sootherheim, or Sooterheim depending on your regional dialect.

Interzone / Re: Hello, I am new to the forum, but old to this site.
« on: August 16, 2013, 08:58:19 AM »

Interzone / Re: Disorder inspires imaginative ideas
« on: August 16, 2013, 05:01:15 AM »
I think too that the article might be confusing the process of work which can create the appearance of disorder, with constant disorder. I know that when I get into working mode and I have all of my tools out on the bench for a project (whether musical or not) it can look disorderly to someone who has no clue as to my methodology, but to me, it is in a known order of a relative sense.

So many variables!

Metal / Re: Expendable and disposable art
« on: August 15, 2013, 08:03:25 PM »
Evolution does not occur in bursts of brilliance, with art transforming instantaneously from one pure form to another. Your argument reveals an idealistic naivete regarding musical evolution.

This is in fact exactly how it occurs, minus the black and white language employed (one pure form to another?). Major development in human endeavours, especially art, occurs in bursts of creativity, made possible by creative individuals. There is a simultanous process of incremental development, but actual major breakthroughs dont occur by a process of gradual evolution. They cant, by definition.

You are both right, and wrong in the way that you are postulating that music is a force dictated by only one form of movement.

Interzone / Re: Hello, I am new to the forum, but old to this site.
« on: August 15, 2013, 07:44:19 PM »
as the internet becomes more like an echo chamber of decadence and depraivity, I wouldn't be surprised if a few more showed up.

I grew up when the internet was free, unregulated, and barely watched. I miss it. Thinking about going to TOR network, but i haven't figured out how to work it, and most of the sites on there are disgusting child porn, muslim propaganda, degenerate drug culture, or fucked up lizahds in muh gubment shit, which in a way is AWESOME, but nothing really music or art related yet.

(Edit: not the childporn. I think that shit is abhorrent.)

Metal / Revolt against modernism metal: Self Promotion yay!
« on: August 15, 2013, 07:35:31 PM »
Indignation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5d7Ytb-GtE (Death Thrash)

A Winter Lost: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBu5G_C_QRg (They have a horrible review of their first album in the Orthodox Black Metal zine, but this is the second album and it is more developed and inspired.) (Black Metal)

Ossuary Vault: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4js-9kVLxc (Black Death and Doom conglomerate but all composition written and inspired by Medieval Modal music and local folklore involving a graveyard with steps that lead into a pond.)

I produce and write everything too. I know there isn't that much respect for one man bands, or closet bands, but I have serious problems finding members that aren't devoted to ego masturbation, or using the occult to hide their lack of inspiration and self awareness. There are other samples on that youtube channel too, and there will be more as it is the official channel of my studio.

As for the studio I run a completely analog/vacuum tube setup and record my multitracks in digital, then master onto tape (if the customer wants it, usually yes) and then transfer it back to digital. I offer services in Remastering, and also different masters for different the different mediums of Tape, Vinyl, and Cd. I can also do post EQ's on Demo's and it usually transforms them in some way, in a good way.

Have a listen! Feel free to comment or try to rip me to shreds, I'm open to any discussion.

Interzone / Re: Representation of male feminsm
« on: August 15, 2013, 07:08:45 PM »
Male feminism is an antithesis of male self awareness.

These people seek ways to justify their fear of manliness, or fear of their own empowering masculinity. That, plus drugs = Hugo Schwyer cashing in on feminist being so goddamn naive that you only need the correct "open sesame"words and their legs open with glee.

That's what happens when you are a creature of ideology instead of a creature of nature.

Metal / Re: Expendable and disposable art
« on: August 15, 2013, 07:06:04 PM »
Where do you draw the line?

Sorry, missed your post. Draw the line with what? Novelty in itself is not desirable, so putting out something new cannot be the most important thing. Even from the perspective of it inspiring someone else with actual substantial ideas and the will and skill to translate them to music. Novelty in itself does not inspire. Look at the influences of notable metal acts, it is never just the novel but always the substantial, even if relatively mediocre. It is a matter of priorities, there is no line to draw.

Creative people are never content with just following along. It takes a degree of hubris to look at what has gone before and say: I can do better than that! Try for the best and you will break boundaries anyway, if you succeed.

I was asking where you draw the line between novelty and creativity.

You are just plain wrong there though. If no one is even attempting to mutate a style or technique, there will be no evolution. Evolution does not occur in bursts of brilliance, with art transforming instantaneously from one pure form to another. Your argument reveals an idealistic naivete regarding musical evolution.

1. the quality of being new, original, or unusual:
the novelty of being a married woman wore off
 a new or unfamiliar thing or experience:
in 1914 air travel was still a novelty
 [as modifier] denoting something intended to be amusing as a result of its new or unusual quality:
a novelty teapot
2a.  small and inexpensive toy or ornament:
he bought chocolate novelties to decorate the Christmas tree

The idea to create something new is different from creating something. Creating something with life, is also different from creating something that is new. To strive to constantly create something that pushes boundaries without pushing conscious artistic creation, is the exact problem we have today in the genre of extreme metal. The "experimental" core trend that has yielded the 0 talent/inspiration noise acts masquerading as black metal, or the pseudo-philosopher transcendentalism that is really just post modernism masquerading as "abstract expressionist art and rebellion" that has plagued death metal bands into pursuing meaningless jargon as concepts backed up by tired melodies and whimsical expressionist cartoon satanism occult 666.

If you study classical art, and higher standard creativity you will find that in almost every finished and released piece (not the private pieces) that the artist did not strive to revolutionize, or destroy boundaries to be the newest thing ever, but rather to honour the concept or divine inspiration with the absolute best of their skill in that moment. It's like that old fenriz video from Transylvanian Hunger: "we were looking to experiment with a new sound, but by actually PLAYING our instruments and not banging on about nothing." With the cover his own adaptation (not an interpretation) of Edward Munsch's (probably spelled that incorrectly) the scream to further capitulate the atmosphere of their conscious creation.

By seeking to always be a novelty or something new, you actually dishonour the act of being inspired by pigeonholing it into a mode of thought/stream of consciousness of fleeting trends and pop culture awareness.

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