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Metal / Re: Metal improving in 2007
« on: May 15, 2007, 03:28:30 AM »
At the moment, metal is a worn out aesthetic with regards to suffering and conflict.

Those who seek to push themselves in the same fashion Varg Vikernes ad nauseum did when they recorded their material should look into making rap/hip hop.

I wanna get a pimped out LNSG green jumpsuit with a spinning swastika gold necklace.

Metal should be made into a leisure aesthetic at the moment until the time is ready for it to re-emerge as a new wave of nihilistic art.

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Metal / Re: Uses of Music
« on: February 06, 2007, 05:17:06 PM »
Herre K,

Art opens one's mind to new possibilities, consuming entertainment is a self-congragulatory experience because the product seeks both to fill space and produce a temporary rush of happiness through displacement of reality.  In otherwords, art is useful learning, entertainment is British.  

The only use I can think of for listening to pop music is that it is an interesting way to keep up with current event's and our anticulture.  Think of it more as reading a paper so to speek.

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Metal / Re: Why is Music so Unique and Essential?
« on: January 26, 2007, 03:16:54 AM »
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The answer is contained directly in that Schopenhauer quote.  All other arts are a copying of the external form of some thing.  You paint an object.  A play is a recreation of an event.  Music differs, in that if you write a musical piece about something, you don't try to make your song physically "look" like the topic.  Rather, you conjure the passions, the will, of the topic in aural form.


Ding Ding!  

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Metal / Re: Why is Music so Unique and Essential?
« on: January 23, 2007, 11:05:30 PM »
No one was able to answer my question, anyone wanna give it another try?  (Not that I don't appreciate the replies though.)

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What do you think the world would be like NOW, had music NEVER, EVER been concieved?


A lot less...vibrant

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Metal / Why is Music so Unique and Essential?
« on: January 22, 2007, 10:23:02 PM »
Music is distinguished from all the other arts by the fact that it is not a copy of the phenomenon...but a direct copy of the will itself

-Arthur Schopenhauer

Nietzsche says music can give birth to myth and tragedy, both being necessary components of a culture capable of creating and improving civilization.  

Can someone please elaborate on these ideas in a more simplistic and repetitive fashion so that I can acquire a more precise understanding of what this means?

I challenge that all forms of art have confines in which they must begin and end; and they all have potential to accommodate rational (apollo) and irrational (dionysian) forces so as to demonstrate their unified importance in the grand scheme of things (as all art of worth does).  
So again, explain to me you supreme intellects (if it is of ease for you to do so, for I could figure it out on my own if I had to) what it is that makes music unique, that gives it and only it the ability to give birth to myth and tragedy?

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Metal / Re: What would a metal society look like?
« on: January 17, 2007, 07:41:32 PM »
I always thought it was kinda the other way around about your last point there ; that the ancients were more concerned about being remembered than us moderns.  The tale of Achilles comes to mind, he was told by an oracle that he could stay home and live a long and happy life w many of his own children and an attractive women by his side, or go to war at Troy and forever be a ledgend (except that he's guarenteed to die young).  

If Modern proles were more concerned with being remembered than the ancients, then society wouldn't be so plastic and boring; I guarentee you that much.


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Metal / Re: Immolation Recording New Album
« on: January 17, 2007, 05:17:10 PM »
Immolation r kvlt.

Hey, can anyone recognize what track and album the following segment is from, I'll sound it out:

Dah Dah Dah Dah Dah-ta-Dah!
Dah Dah Dah Dah Dah-ta-Dah!
DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM-A-RUM!
DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM-A-RUM!

Dah Dah Dah Dah Dah-ta-Dah!
Dah Dah Dah Dah Dah-ta-Dah!
DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM-A-RUM!
DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM! DAT-A-DUM-A-RUM!


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its the final minute from Rival the Eminent on their album Unholy Kvult.  Listen now!

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Metal / Re: What would a metal society look like?
« on: January 17, 2007, 04:45:50 PM »
Putting aside all the ridiculous details for a moment, a more Metal version of our society would be a lot like the one we have now - except with a lot less moronic Judeo-Christian morality (egalitarianism + utilitarianism), bureaucracy, and consumerism.  

Our society is sick and failing because it suffers from these problems.  Thus we need to strive for post-moral, post-political forms of government.  

You can start here:

LNSGP

Pragma

List of Nationalist Parties by Nation

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Metal / Re: a constant issue
« on: December 27, 2006, 02:54:14 AM »
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That's the thing. Metal needs it's own forms of media and should destroy the glammy stuff.


I agree.  Preserving the Nihilistic spirit of the music should require that it be intolerant of populous distribution layouts.

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