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Metal / Re: What would a metal society look like?
« on: January 26, 2007, 07:11:06 AM »
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the problem would be how to choose such elders, how to prove there intelligence and how to make sure the will do what is best for the community


Leaders naturally come along out of necessity. The better quality the population, the more likely it is you will have good leaders. My guess is a bunch of fans of Morbid Angel or Darkthrone might have a shot at creating civilization were they given the right situation.

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Metal / Re: Deicide
« on: January 15, 2007, 03:30:48 PM »
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glen benton has a restaurant in the USA, texas...

my favourite album is ONCE UPON THE CROSS


Listen to LEGION.

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Metal / Re: Deicide
« on: January 08, 2007, 03:34:03 AM »
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Deicide were victims of their own self-promotion - they developed a cartoonish image that sold albums to the wrong people while discouraging the right ones from tuning in.


sounds like the problem with metal as a whole.

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Metal / Re: Lack of theoretical rigor in metal
« on: January 08, 2007, 03:32:06 AM »
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Please give examples of jazz that is as complex to write as Beethoven's seventh symphony.



please give examples of metal that are as complex to write as beethovens seventh symphony.

why so dogmatic?

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Metal / Re: Metal = Power
« on: January 04, 2007, 10:00:47 PM »
i agree with you on the nature of the sound of metal. metal = power and mortality, power and mortality > social reality. but you sounded ignorant when you brought out the nietzsche term.

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Metal / Re: Metal = Power
« on: December 30, 2006, 03:21:47 AM »
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Is this the Nietzscheian will to power, a transcendence of morality and fear? I think so.


no it isnt. will to power just is. morality (for example) is an expression of will to power turning inwards against oneself, against life. knitting is will to power. waging war is will to power. sodomy is will to power. will to power is an aspect of everything that exists. it has no allegiance to anything, just as death metal has no allegiance to tonality.

i looked at your "national socialist" magazine with its article "nietzsche's message for white activists". i can only imagine what nietzsche would think of "white" activists (nietzsche did not speak kindly of the europeans, aka "white people" of his time, or antisemites).

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Metal / Re: Why do people like metal?
« on: December 24, 2006, 04:48:55 AM »
See "Metal = Power" thread.

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Metal / Re: Metal = Power
« on: December 24, 2006, 04:46:49 AM »
I aplaud this topic.

The satan and evil metaphors need no explanation accompanying this kind of sound.

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Metal / Re: Morbid Angel: Covenant thoughts....
« on: December 23, 2006, 04:46:44 PM »
Covenant was more in the vein of Altars of Madness than Blessed are the Sick but not as powerfull as the former and not as adventurous as the latter. Its still very good, but i dont listen to it as much.

The copy of AOM i have came with a dvd of them playing live in 1989. so fucking amazing...


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Metal / Re: Intelligence and Metal
« on: November 08, 2006, 03:50:01 AM »
it seems pointless to devote a thread to ranking great bands that we already know to be good as higher on the scale than bands that are terrible. that is what this thread is about beneath the words about intelligence. i posted a better topic entitled "metalhead thinkers".

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Metal / Re: Altars of Madness
« on: October 23, 2006, 04:37:59 AM »
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I'm just starting to get into Morbid Angel.  I'm a huge fan of 'Covenant'  and honestly I have yet to hear "Altars" properly, but from what I can deduct, it is excellent.  Trey's ability on guitar is insane.


covenant, altars of madness and blessed are the sick are pure genius. avoid everything afterwards, because although the post david vincent albums arent terrible, theres nothing great about them, they have no direction, musically or lyrically, without azagoth they would be total shit.

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Metal / Re: How to change consumer society
« on: October 05, 2006, 03:10:30 PM »
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You still have industrial society with abundant coal mines. Add another ice age with north and south hemispheres blanketed in frost. That would shut down abundant harvests, mass transit and communications.


i think one of our main problems is having a huge amount of incredibly powerfull and cheap fuel. we would'nt have such an out of control world population growth if it werent for oil.

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Metal / Re: A question to all...?
« on: October 05, 2006, 03:02:25 PM »
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Wtf you should read my post about titled "The Rebel Sell."  This has much to do with what you are saying and is based on a book.

I'm not sure Apartheid Waltz's nationalistic comments really apply here...criticisms against a multicultural society can really only be leveled against America.  Isn't the rest of the world messed up as well?  Let's just blame it on abrahamic religions.

Also: nice Nietzsche reference with the tightrope and the void LightningRider.  I was only able to get through the first few pages of Thus Spoke Zarathustra, but thanks to you I feel like I have accomplished something.


read it. i recommend walter kaufmanns translation.

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Metal / Re: A question to all...?
« on: October 05, 2006, 03:43:31 AM »
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I'm posting these questions as means to stimulate dialogue rather then actually perhaps come to an all agreeing conclusion.

The concept of Consumerist society to some is seen as one, if not thee, key component of what is sucking the world of human life, of any value or meaning that can transcend what is essentially now a thin web of morality that with the slightest bit of reflection shows itself as merely a tight rope above the abyss. With this considered, how do we go about changing it? The easiest suggestion is to change the reigns of power. Those who are worshiped, listened to or make waves in the world should be changed/altered/elevated/lowered.  Should this be done by force? If so, then how? How can those without media power, with out nuclear arms, without a well supplied army, an abundance of wealth (gold, silver, diamonds, something a bit more historically and practically tangible then bucks) and a number of other key components of what it means today to have power change the world and become those with power. Should the world to be, be one even structured on the competition, balance or goal of absolute power? Or is that system in-itself a flaw or an endless circular path?

If the rebuilding or the dawning of a new age has to wait for nature to destroy the fortresses of capitalism, media power and Judeo-Christian-Islamic theocracy/fanaticism, then are we merely rats helplessly waiting till the ship sinks. Will we be even able to re-build or will it take so long that we (and the world) are damaged beyond the hope of a real future?


Take away the petroleum and what do you have?

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Metal / Re: Growing out of Metal?
« on: October 04, 2006, 02:45:20 AM »
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Metal kicked me out by getting shitty around 1994 or so. I would be more of a metalhead but I don't want to be associated with the stupidity.


be a metalhead and dont be stupid then.

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