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Metal / Det Frysende Nordariket question
« on: February 19, 2009, 06:17:06 PM »
did Ildjarn use a drum machine anywhere on this album/compilation?  sometimes I want to say yes, but then I swear I here minor things that makes me think it's a human.

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Metal / Profanatica 2nd album
« on: January 26, 2009, 05:10:03 PM »
Preparations are being made for the yet untitled second full-length album (the follow up to "Profanatitas De Domonatia") to be ejaculated in 2009 via Hells Headbangers Records on CD, LP, and Picture LP formats. Half of the album has already been written, expect a masterpiece. Watch this page for an announced release date.


http://profanatica.hellsheadbangers.com/


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Metal / Biggest full moon of 2009 tonight (01/10/09)
« on: January 10, 2009, 03:09:33 PM »
If skies are clear Saturday, go out at sunset and look for the giant moon rising in the east. It will be the biggest and brightest one of 2009, sure to wow even seasoned observers.

www.space.com

the call of the wintermoon!

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Metal / Varathron
« on: December 12, 2008, 08:31:56 PM »
I think they are almost a little underrated.  They deserve to be alongside Burzum, Darkthrone, Bathory, and Immortal in the metal caste system.  His Majesty at the Swamp is top 10 of all time material.  Here's to Varathron!

Varathron Reviews

Varathron MP3s

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Interzone / Nietzsche's health
« on: December 11, 2008, 08:01:39 PM »
although Nietzsche was apparently a very sickly man, I find it interesting that even after his "breakdown," he had a full head of jet black hair and a black moustache.  hardly any gray at all.  kind of contradictory...




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Metal / even more Darkthrone
« on: November 29, 2008, 02:08:41 AM »
Nocturno Culto:

Winter is most definitly full-on here now, and I'm enjoying the feeling of isolation as best as I can. Great! That out of the way, I will first thank Fenriz for doing a great job on the Darkthrone Official mySpace, du brenner for saken, bokstavelig talt!!! And to all of you who send me words through this site. Winter means a bit more activety indoors for me, so I'll give it my best shot to maintain this cyber-cage.

Dark Thrones and Black Flags is, well, history for me now, since the planning and songwriting for a new album is well under way. We enjoyed recording it and looking forward to the 13th of December when we pull the trigger for a new album. There are small details this time around that will most likely result in a slight different sound and "feeling". Seems pointless to mention such stuff here, but I can assure you that both Fenriz and me looking forward to this. The first session of a new record is always exciting+ since it do set some fundamental standards...at least in our heads....well, at least in MY head then. Working the way we do now is such a blizz it's hard to describe.

I'll get back to you all soon, about other music projects,bands etc. Gotta have coffe and vinyl....hhh whathefuck, I go for Black Sabbath's "Sabotage" again. Well known....but for a damn good reason.

http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=107807870&blogID=452210033



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Interzone / A point of clarification
« on: October 20, 2008, 08:14:26 PM »
Have people here given up on the aesthetic of black metal entirely?  Do you think metal needs a new aesthetic alltogether?  Or is the problem that new bands and newer albums don't offer anything BESIDES black metal aesthetics?  In other words if a new band or new album HAD SOMETHING TO SAY and had content BEHIND it, is the black metal aesthetic still a viable vehicle for the content?

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Interzone / Irony and Satire
« on: September 23, 2008, 09:31:33 PM »
I know a lot of people around here have a problem with "irony."  On some level I understand, but I want somebody to definitively articulate a.) how they define irony and b.) why it is bad or unhealthy.  Does this extend to satire as well? 

What are people's take on any or all of the following:

Chaucer
Rabelais
'Don Quixote'
Mark Twain
'Dr. Strangelove'
Monty Python
'The Simpsons'
Stephen Colbert

?

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Interzone / Hard to find CDs
« on: June 03, 2008, 11:14:11 PM »
Where do you guys go on-line for some of the harder-to-find material on CD? I found a place out of Ohio called Hells Headbangers and they're pretty great, but they don't have everything. I know a lot of this shit is out of print anyway, but are there any small online distros that you guys know about? (Besides evilmusic.com.) Where would a guy find the Kvist album, for instance? Or Ildjarn's "Det Frysende Nordariket?" Or Nox Intempesta, Frozen Shadows, etc? I don't necessarily need to know where I can find these specific albums, but I'm looking for a place that carries CDs along these lines.

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Interzone / "Blackened" Death Metal
« on: June 01, 2008, 12:33:12 PM »
Is this a legit term or was it invented by hipsters?  What bands are considered blackened death metal?

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Interzone / Better Death Metal scene?
« on: May 30, 2008, 10:57:27 AM »
Sweden, Finland, or other?  I'm talking about in their prime, not currently.  I don't feel too well-informed about this so I won't comment myself, I just want to throw it out there to you experts.  I've been spending the last six months or so studying and sampling Black Metal so now I'm thinking about dipping into some Death Metal, too.  From the little I've read about and listened to, Finland actually intrigues me more - Demilich and Adramelech, specifically.  As far as Sweden goes, Therion is the only band that's really caught on with me.  But let me get some information from you grizzled veterans:  Finland or Sweden?

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Interzone / Ildjarn CDs
« on: May 29, 2008, 09:52:07 PM »
I can't find any Ildjarn CDs for sale anywhere on the internet.  Anybody know a good place?

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Interzone / Comic Books
« on: March 31, 2008, 04:34:26 PM »
Dare I bring up such a topic here?  I consider myself an expert.  Anybody read Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Warren Ellis?  Why do all the genius comic book writers come from the British Isles?  By the way I follow writers, not artists.  Has anybody read 'the Invisibles' by Morrison?  'Watchmen' of 'SwampThing' by Moore?

Reading Don Quixote would probably be time better spent, but I have to indulge in my favorite authors from time to time.  Alan Moore seems to have cooled off in recent years, but Warren Ellis is on fire - that guys' a madman.

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Interzone / Ritualistic sound
« on: March 24, 2008, 10:53:32 PM »
Is there such a thing as a ritualistic or shamanistic "sound" in black metal?  If so, what bands?

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Interzone / Unique Vocals
« on: February 28, 2008, 12:21:46 AM »
As some may know I'm relatively new to BM so I'm still stuck on some of the more superficial aspects of the music.  That being said, I happen to think the vocal aspect of BM can be very powerful and exciting when it is done in a unique and passionate way.  Who are some of the most unique vocalists in BM?  I really dig this character 'Proscriptor McGovern' from Absu - they might be the most distinctive vocals I've heard in BM.  His high pitch shreiks on 'Third Storm of Cythraul' are almost laughable!  Any other unique vocalists that manage to stand out from the crowd?

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