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Metal / Alarming Antagonizer
« on: August 12, 2015, 10:30:36 PM »
I will posit a few bands here in which great momentum within structures produces an effect of violent immanence. The mood of the listener is that of facing the predator. The minimal scope of structure though at great intensity forces the listener to be taken to several small points of position very quickly, like being shaken. The steam rolling drum cycles of Repulsion or Sammath - Godless Arrogance and the cyclic guitar of Demoncy and Incantation - Onward to Golgotha carry their momentum through expanding or shrinking vectors of space, maintaining acceleration of the listener's expectancy.

I have found this book divided in two volumes at my University's library. I have not been past the second day of his seminars though it seems rewarding to continue.

Interzone / Raid Zia Records
« on: April 25, 2014, 10:04:24 AM »
I just jumped into a massive cache of vinyls, all sizes, cds, dvds, and the odd book behind the Zia Records in Tempe. They must be able to do this monthly as the entire dumpster was packed with authored material. All vinyls were removed from the sleeves, the sleeves still in the dumpster somewhere, book covers were torn, and cds free of cases. There are Zias in Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tuscon. Fucking take that shit.

Interzone / Pied Cow
« on: October 16, 2013, 03:12:45 PM »
Cash flows freely here in Temecula, California. Only about 300,000 people and it is all suburb and two major shopping plaza strips. I've spent three weeks here and have been given without asking around $200 while picking beverage containers out of the trash. A trashbag goes for around $10 anyways.

Only idiots starve in America. California is full of fags though, watch for 60 somethimng pedophiles. While Obama is President, you may go for food stamps to charge through a state. They love to sign homeless twenty somethings.

Interzone / Essential American Poetry
« on: March 08, 2013, 03:01:17 PM »
The 1800s were only a dream ago. Now I have read about a few men from then.

Henry David Thoreau's Walden, and Walt Whitman's(brother George) Leaves of Grass.

If you need more just reread. The last American I have seen singing was an inmate, named Ray!

Interzone / Here Now
« on: March 08, 2013, 02:46:25 PM »

The State of being is bliss. Enjoy it as it lasts. A night to forty count is enough.


let Goethe into your life and remember that the Dirt is always cold. Either stay standing or steal some leather.

Interzone / In-order to think as I do
« on: January 08, 2013, 08:07:29 PM »
I must must be me,

Interzone / Greek Literature
« on: November 28, 2012, 08:57:41 AM »
The Iliad never ended. Maybe I read an abridged volume, though many parts of the Homeric epics have been lost. Sophocles had his play about Ajax, so there must be much more text about Troy even if it is faithful fan-fiction.

What are good sources for a more complete narrative of Troy? I am particularly interested in the Death of Achilles.

Metal / Youtube gems
« on: July 06, 2012, 04:54:24 PM »
Repulsion - Demo 1991 HD
BEHERIT - Demonomancy - full demo HD
Adramelech - 1991 - Human Extermination
Incantation - Demo #1
Just one of many great classics found in the tube. This one is even 1080p! Post more liek this.

Barred Owl and the Crows
Watching this in slowmo, made me realize how small that owl was.

"Bars, or murder. Greetings, I'm Steve Troletta"


HA that was contrl-v'ed from a moment ago, forgot about it. Anyways, is better.

Interzone / Poetry Time
« on: June 26, 2012, 02:45:35 PM »

NOBLE be man,
Helpful and good!
For that alone
Distinguisheth him
From all the beings
Unto us known.

Hail to the beings,
Unknown and glorious,
Whom we forebode!
From his example
Learn we to know them!

For unfeeling
Nature is ever:
On bad and on good
The sun alike shineth;
And on the wicked,
As on the best,
The moon and stars gleam.

Tempest and torrent,
Thunder and hail,
Roar on their path,
Seizing the while,
As they haste onward,
One after another.

Even so, fortune
Gropes 'mid the throng--
Innocent boyhood's
Curly head seizing,--
Seizing the hoary
Head of the sinner.

After laws mighty,
Brazen, eternal,
Must all we mortals
Finish the circuit
Of our existence.

Man, and man only
Can do the impossible;
He 'tis distinguisheth,
Chooseth and judgeth;
He to the moment
Endurance can lend.

He and he only
The good can reward,
The bad can he punish,
Can heal and can save;
All that wanders and strays
Can usefully blend.
And we pay homage
To the immortals
As though they were men,
And did in the great,
What the best, in the small,
Does or might do.

Be the man that is noble,
Both helpful and good.
Unweariedly forming
The right and the useful,
A type of those beings
Our mind hath foreshadow'd!

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Ain't that nice. Now you ubermit something smart.