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Metal / Re: Under the radar
« on: October 08, 2006, 11:18:52 AM »
If you listen to music, get the best and most passionate and powerful stuff you can find.

Although I guess you could call metal "passionate", it's also stupid, angry and negative music. I'd rather listen to something that echoes the beauty of life than moronic angst-ridden "nihilistic" drivel.

Metal / Re: Pity or Power
« on: October 08, 2006, 11:08:30 AM »
Does anyone here actually like music for music itself and not some "ideological" tag attached to it?

Metal / Re: Speed/Thrash metal
« on: October 08, 2006, 02:40:14 AM »
Personally, I find nothing special about Obituary, Amorphis, Deicide or Morbid Angel`s early work either, and would say that Floridian death metal, with a few exceptions, bores me to tears. I can appreciate the musical skill of say, Morbid Angel but find them to be shitty songwriters, much like Deicide and Obituary. I will conceed that Legion, Blessed Are The Sick and Cause Of Death are probably the best respective works by those bands but nothing I would call great, or even very good.

are you sure you even like death metal in the first place; you might have confused it somewhere along the line with hatebreed


I could mention AT LEAST 30 superior releases from that genre and era without blinking an eye.

ok go

Metal / Re: Is heavy metal 'rock'?
« on: October 06, 2006, 02:02:26 PM »
Wrong. It's a common evolutionary fallacy to claim that humans developed from the fish (or even apes), when in reality we just have common ancestors, which most probably were much more akin to the modern fish than humans.

Obviously humans didn't evolve from modern fish as we know them, but weren't those common ancestors also considered fish?

Metal / Re: How to change consumer society
« on: October 05, 2006, 09:46:33 PM »
apparently the next fuel source will be enzyme-driven catalysis of cellulose; energy producing units will be distributed in homes or neighbourhoods to avoid disasters of a centralized power system like the one that hit parts of eastern canada and the US a couple of years back

sounds farfetched, but it's coming

Metal / Re: Graveland Album - Will Stronger Than Death
« on: October 05, 2006, 11:32:50 AM »
Cool album title, and the clip sounds pretty good. The album art looks like some photoshoptastic DeviantArt or Elfwood bullshit, though.

Metal / Re: A question to all...?
« on: October 05, 2006, 12:36:34 AM »
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.

ugh, can you please read the first few pages of a suicide manual too

Metal / Re: Music determines lifestyle
« on: October 05, 2006, 12:36:08 AM »
I think your lifestyle determines your deathstyle.

keep up the great numetal axioms

Metal / Re: The history of metal's opposition to Christian
« on: October 04, 2006, 09:04:15 PM »
You should still live life as if biological death were the ultimate end, as there's no evidence prove anything contrary. Question all you like, if it pleases you, since it makes no real difference.

It will eventually, if the right people (IE not metal fans, LOL) keep questioning.

Metal / Re: A question to all...?
« on: October 04, 2006, 06:47:56 PM »
the machine will collect the shit you've spent your whole life hoarding until it eventually explodes.

Including all your metal CDs, shirts and black nail polish. :o

Good post, though.

Metal / Re: The history of metal's opposition to Christian
« on: October 04, 2006, 06:29:44 PM »
People are slightly worried about death (the great unknown) but they don't have the capacity for anything other than easy answers:  Jesus.

So, actually, it's bitching about how stupid and subservient society at large is.

Also, it's about how important negative energy is.

An equally easy answer is "you die and rot". The difference is that while Christianity (just as an example) managed to spread itself, build edifices, influence the course of history and even motivate people toward greatness, no one has made anything significant out of the mopey notion that death is final and a meaningless biological process.

Even the finality of biological death should be something that is questioned, but for some reason metalheads will accept anything you tell them, including that death is the ultimate end.

Metal / Re: Under the radar
« on: October 04, 2006, 06:23:17 PM »
yet for some reason even so we are the smartest animal we lack intelligence, after all we know drinking beer is bad for us but we still drink, we Know that smoking is bad yet we do it and we know fast foods are bad for us yet we still eat it, just goes to show how smart we are as a race

No, it just shows that some people are dumbasses. Not everyone drinks, smokes, does drugs, has no motivation to learn or listens to metal.

Metal / Re: Music determines lifestyle
« on: October 04, 2006, 06:20:19 PM »
I think anybody who listens to a lot of metal, especially past 30, was born to it.

I think that anyone who listens to a lot of metal, especially past 30, is either a loser or a metal musician himself. The appeal of horror movies is totally lost to me but for some reason a lot of ARE YOU TALKIN TO ME? fans are fanatical about them.

Metal / Re: Speed/Thrash metal
« on: October 02, 2006, 09:13:54 PM »
I hate thrash metal. At least Metallica is musical, and Exodus was on a good day. But the Kreator, Sodom, Destruction, Vio-Lence, Death Angel, Dark Angel, ARE YOU TALKIN TO ME? style of music without melody bores the living crap out of me. I think thrash metal should stay in the 1980s and rot there. It's music for people with no attention span.

please stop pretending to like metal

Metal / Re: Music determines lifestyle
« on: October 01, 2006, 10:46:24 AM »
I must admit I cannot really do something about this particular issue (the restaurants) ; but one thing to consider is that you can only destroy a building once it is erected. As long as a building is a mental plan, it is invincible. But every time something passes onto material reality, its only certainty is to be detroyed someday. This is true for all of what men created with their hands. Only thoughts, memories of the past, and will, can be eternal. If you don't build something with your will it is useless. No building I am complaining about was made with a will that I should fear. They are empty. But more people feel attracted to the void than not.

Wow, that's like, so deep.

Save it for your livejournal, faggot.

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