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Metal / Sasquatch aids Glen Benton for cd promo
« on: April 23, 2008, 12:37:14 AM »
"Glen Benton, vocalist and bassist for death metal legends DEICIDE, claims to have seen a Sasquatch or Bigfoot in a Florida state forest.

In the latest issue of Terrorizer magazine, Glen tells the tale of one strange night in the middle of nowhere, where he believes he saw "the Florida Sasquatch":

"I see this big fuckin' thing lurched down on the side of the road... It's this big grey thing... it fuckin' clears the road in one fuckin' leap, 'ROOOOAHHR!' then into the woods."

Glen describes following the creature into the woods in his jeep: "This thing's snapping down trees left and right. All around was a smell like the inside of a dumpster... This thing looked like a primate of some sort. Fuckin' huge eyes, but like part-orangutan and part-chimp."

After calling Florida Wildlife, the area was checked and tracks are said to have been found. Glen's experience was documented as an official sighting..."

SOURCE: http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=95184


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Audiofile / Spear of Longinus
« on: December 28, 2007, 06:48:29 PM »
Spear of Longinus / Lustration

Lustration - Psymbolik (2012, Sendspace)

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Metal / Re: Are Gorgoroth immensely under-appreciated?
« on: December 23, 2007, 05:13:46 AM »
"GORGOROTH's current touring lineup includes Gaahl on vocals, King ov Hell on bass, Nick Barker (ex-DIMMU BORGIR, CRADLE OF FILTH) on drums, and Teloch (NIDINGR, UMORAL, 1349) and Sykelig on guitars."

What's more black metal than whining in court over who gets the band's name? Inducting a COF member into the band!

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Metal / Re: Reign In Blood
« on: December 20, 2007, 10:42:59 PM »
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I always thought that Slayer was best when recorded live. If you ask me which album I would say is their finest I'd probably say "Live Undead" or "Decade Of Aggression". No they are not hyper-skilled musicians and they do not add plenty of useless stuff to their live performances. But this is what makes those recordings great, they play their material in the raw form, and no other form fits more Slayer. As for Reign In Blood, well, I don't want to be nostalgic, but I discovered Slayer with it so I like it very much. I think Reign In Blood is a example of genuine metal intensity, perfectly produced.


I don't know; perhaps they perform better when they know they're being recording or WERE good live because I saw them live a few years ago and was mighty disappointed. They, especially Tom who seemed to of had no voice left, seemed to of had absolutely no feeling at all. I would not want them to dance around with a rock star's persona, but to me they just seemed half asleep. I hope that concert was significant because I would definitely still see them in concert if the opportunity came up again and would hope for a better performance.

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Interzone / Re: Diamond Darrel
« on: December 19, 2007, 02:02:42 AM »
Darrel will always be remembered for contributing to the gayest moment of heavy metal ever.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=KKYUmUlRCew&feature=PlayList&p=19C01A9309780747&index=1

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Metal / Re: Black Metal trees
« on: October 25, 2007, 02:14:46 AM »
yes and Jesus Christ was the real deal  ::)

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Interzone / Re: inherited worship
« on: October 23, 2007, 09:59:15 AM »
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Hessians and nihilists need to stop whining about how oppressive religion is.


I don't think I had mentioned religion being "oppressive" or bad in anyway in the above post. I just spoke as to how many people don't choose their own religion but rather just follow through with their family's choice.

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Interzone / Re: inherited worship
« on: October 22, 2007, 11:47:14 PM »
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You just need better interpretations of religion.


please elaborate..

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Interzone / inherited worship
« on: October 22, 2007, 09:33:08 PM »
I was talking to a friend today about religion. He spoke as to how he is Catholic but "not by choice." I asked him to elaborate and he claimed that he is Catholic because he was born into a Catholic family, but he then admitted that he does not believe in Jesus Christ. I kept stressing to him how religion is a personal choice, it's not inheritable like physical characteristics. I sadly believe that many people follow his same mindset; They follow a religion only because it's what their family and all of their friends did and they never questioned it. They must of either of been afraid to stand out or ignorant to the fact that they even could.

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Interzone / Re: Art
« on: October 19, 2007, 02:20:58 PM »
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Some abstract painters have no idea what they are doing it's true, but personally, when the result is somehow amusing, I like it.

Florence Putterman is ok, I've look at her gallery in you link. "Return to Four Corners " reminds me of Chagall the others are original but do not appeal to me.



the link i posted before does not actually contain the paintings in the exhibit i was at, but i now found one that was:
http://www.putterman.com/images/082.jpg it's hard to tell from the picture, but this painting is VERY textured..she glued sand on it even..it's one i chose to write about for the assignment, but i still do not think it's anything special..it's just the one that i saw "best" out of the display. i agree that her work is original but not appealing to me, the other students or any of the art professors. this however is art so it's all in the eye of the interpreter especially since it's abstract


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Interzone / Re: Art
« on: October 19, 2007, 01:13:55 PM »
Recently, for my Painting course, we went to the school's library which featured the works of Florence Putterman. We watched a video about her first, that they were showing at the display, and then looked at her various works. During the video it became clear that she was completely clueless and that she had no idea what she was painting. The display featured all works by her pertaining to Native Americans. Almost all of the paintings had symbols the Natives used as language. She admitted in the film that she did not know what any of the symbols stood for and that she has no knowledge of Native American history. She then gave some bullshit story about having visions and feelings of familiarity of ancient Native landmarks.

The style was abstract. Abstract art is something I cannot stomach. I'm sure there are some abstract artists out there who put actual meaning behind their paintings but then there are those like Florence Putterman who just splatter color on a canvas and let other people make assumptions about the work and that she is some sort of artistic genius.

http://www.putterman.com/Profile.htm


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Interzone / Re: Art
« on: October 18, 2007, 12:55:19 AM »
I loved every piece Gustave Doré did for The Divine Comedy..it's what initially drew me to the book. I always thought his works would be very good for the basis of a tattoo.

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Interzone / Re: The Most Metal Rocker
« on: October 17, 2007, 06:16:28 PM »
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No, it's a "Rock N Roll" band... if u watch the video of him on the springer show you'll see how he thinks he's the only one in the world who knows what "Rock N Roll" is... and real punk doesn't repeat chord progression.


I know GG referred to it as "rock and roll" but you'd have to be deaf to not hear the punk in it. Not being smart here, but could you give me some examples of "real punk doesn't repeat chord progression"?

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Interzone / Re: The Most Metal Rocker
« on: October 17, 2007, 03:19:56 PM »
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Ha, I like how the entire song is just one chord progression repeated over and over again. He's a disgrace to music.


It was a punk band, and I'm pretty sure that was his intention?

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