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Interzone / Where will ANUS/Corrupt be in 20 years' time?
« on: December 07, 2007, 05:40:37 AM »

Interzone / Paganism, Nazism, Satanism
« on: November 28, 2007, 01:15:12 PM »
Which one's the best?

Interzone / IQ
« on: November 21, 2007, 07:46:10 AM »
OK, let's get the cull started. All members state their name and IQ, then promptly disembowel thyself if the number falls under 120.

Blitzkrieg, IQ 135.

Interzone / Blut Aus Nord
« on: November 04, 2007, 02:41:55 AM »
I was impressed by "The Work Which Transforms God". What are other peoples opinions of this band?

Audiofile / Elgar, Sir Edward
« on: November 02, 2007, 02:39:06 PM »

Interzone / Breakdowns
« on: October 25, 2007, 09:50:10 AM »
Are these ever acceptable?

Interzone / Hair
« on: October 14, 2007, 03:36:06 AM »
Having had my hair "normal" for a couple of years now after having it hessian-ish, I want to once again do something with it, and also let it grow out.

I'm thinking about dying it dark green/brown to co-ordinate with my eyes. I hope for it not to look instantly fake.

If I'm honest, one of the reasons for dying it is just to look a little different.

Anyone else into this untermensch shit?

Audiofile / Vaughan Williams, Ralph
« on: September 23, 2007, 01:49:22 AM »
Vaughan Williams, Ralph: Rapidshare, Blogspot, Megaupload

Vaughan Williams, Ralph

English composer of the 20th century. His Sea Symphony is highly recommended, a great piece of "heavy classical" with overpowering choral work.
“But in the next world I shan't be doing music, with all the striving and disappointments. I shall be being it.”

Vaughan Williams, Ralph - Five Mystical Songs (Matthew Best, English Chamber Orchestra, Corydon Singers, et alia) FLAC (Part one of Serenade to Music, Flos Campi, Five Mystical Songs, Fantasia on Christmas Carols, tracks 2-6).
Vaughan Williams, Ralph - Serenade to Music, Fantasia on Christmas Carols, Flos Campi (Matthew Best, English Chamber Orchestra, Corydon Singers, et alia) FLAC (Part two of Serenade to Music, Flos Campi, Five Mystical Songs, Fantasia on Christmas Carols, tracks 1, 7, 8).

Dona Nobis Pacem (Hickox, London Symphony Orchestra)
Sancta Civitas (Hickox, London Symphony Orchestra)

Fantasia on Greensleeves (Sir Neville Marriner, St Martin-In-The-Fields)
The Lark Ascending (Sir Neville Marriner, St Martin-In-The-Fields)

Job (A Masque for Dancing) (Andrew Davis, BBC Symphony Orchestra)


First Symphony "A Sea Symphony" (Andrew Davis, BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra)

Second Symphony "A London Symphony" (Sir Adrian Boult, London Philharmonic Orchestra)

Fourth Symphony (No CD information)
Fifth Symphony (No CD information)
Sixth Symphony (No CD information)

Seventh Symphony "Antarctica" (Haitink, London Symphony Orchestra 1985)

Ninth Symphony (Andrew Davis, BBC Symphony Orchestra 1995)

Metal / If Morbid Angel are Mozart....
« on: August 31, 2007, 10:25:19 AM »
Can we draw strong comparisons with Slayer to Beethoven? Listening to the two, I can't help but be reminded of the other. Specifically, how Slayers riffs in their more "progressive" pieces reflect and build and repeat and cycle and linger and change reminds me much of Beethovens symphonic works. I'm interested in some much better formulated opinions than mine on the subject.

Metal / Musical nihilism - breaking down our tastes
« on: November 07, 2006, 12:45:28 PM »
Some years ago I was quite happy with my music tastes - some popular rock here, some less vulgar rap there, and various other acts that don't fit into either two. However I obviously didn't think this was enough and gradually sought after new music, and this brought me, eventually, to here.

Looking back, when I first got into metal, I like to suppose it was a sort of musical nihilism. All I knew before had to be forgotten, (indeed, I almost forgot about my most favourite indie rock group for the rest of my life) my taste in music destroyed, and a new mindset needed to discover more about this metal genre I had come across. It's only now that I am taking an interest in rock music again, but throwing out all of the old chaff I used to listen to.

Anyone get me here?

Metal / Metal to write stories to
« on: October 22, 2006, 07:51:41 AM »
Hey all. I started writing in my spare time about 2 years ago, after I got bored and really just wanted to experiment a bit. I had the idea for 2 or maybe 3 books of a story that would be about religion and the affect it can have on people, but with a whole load of crazy crap on the side too. I'm not looking to create a literary masterpiece, I just like to write whenever I get the urge.

I stopped writing about half a year ago, due to a loss of direction and now I think I am ready to take it up again, I'll probably end up re-writing a lot of the stuff I've already put to paper. It's going to include some nationalist, pagan and nihilistic themes, as well as the original anti-church basis.

OK I have probably wrote enough now for everyone to justifiably write me off (pun not intended but embraced anyway) as a moron etc, so I'll just ask:

What metal (or any non-metal) makes a good listen, or even could give me some inspiration, while I write?

I used to listen to Iron Maiden (very good), Nightwish, Emperor, early Cradle, and Dimmu Borgir, as that was all I had at the time.

Any ideas fellows?