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Interzone / OIL: Fossil fuel or abiotic?
« on: December 06, 2007, 05:13:31 PM »
The more I read the more interesting this argument gets:

One side says oil is abiotic.

The other, of course, stands by the "tried and true" theory of it being a fossil fuel.

Either way, oil has caused much grief to us all.

Interzone / What does Danzig mean to you?
« on: November 09, 2007, 02:50:13 PM »
What seems like a lifetime ago I was introduced to the work of the infamous Misfits, and through that the even more infamous Glenn Danzig. At the time I was still very new to the worlds of metal and punk, so I had no real reference point for what was thrown at me. I can honestly say that up to that point in my youth I had only heard Metallica, Megadeth, Black Sabbath/Ozzy, and Slayer.
So the Misfits entered the picture and I attempted to find Samhain material, which was nowhere to be found in the rural SE Indiana area I'm from, at least in the early 90's it wasn't. So I went out and hunted down the first Danzig disc, quickly to be followed by II and III. For this naive youth it was quite an eye opener. I hadn't been exposed to anyone who used the romantic approach to anything "dark" before. So I have to honestly say that to this day I have never been able to honestly judge what these albums are truly worth to the metal community, because my bias is far too extreme in favor of them, mostly because of the timing and age that I was exposed to the material.

So, how would Danzig measure up to you in your musical adventures??

Metal / Metal Guide For Beginners
« on: April 26, 2006, 09:57:16 PM »
i know this kind of thing has been discussed before, but i went ahead put together a beginners guide to metal in my spare time.
it's late and may need some tweaking, but give it a look see if ya want to. :)


Metal / Can.Corpse guitarist throws fit in music store
« on: April 19, 2006, 02:04:49 PM »
Close to Cincinnati lies a small city named Covington in Kentucky. They have a locally owned music store(Phil's Records) that put out the newest Cannibal Corpse album the Friday before it's actually release date, which is not uncommon. C.Corpse's guitar player Pat O'Brien, who has a residence in Cincinnati, came into the store that weekend and threw a fit that the album was put out early. He proceded to call Metal Blade records and an attorney to "turn in" Phil's. Nothing came of it though.
It's no lie my friends. What an asshole.

Audiofile / Mutiilation
« on: August 19, 2005, 09:27:30 PM »
Mutiilation MP3s

"Deconstructed and isolated French metal cuts to the core of emotion in alienation."

Mutiilation - Vampires of Black Imperial Blood (1995)

Mutiilation - Vampires of Black Imperial Blood (1995, Mediafire)
Mutiilation - Vampires of Black Imperial Blood (1995, Mediafire)

Mutiilation - Remains of a Ruined, Dead, Cursed Soul (1999) [ CD $13 ]

Mutiilation - Remains of a Ruined, Dead, Cursed Soul (1999, Mediafire)