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Metal / Re: Short history of metal
« on: July 12, 2010, 06:20:47 AM »
http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=Rg5U1-nQHsE

This is from 1969 although a lot of people say that's a lie.

The first Antonius Rex album has several songs similar to this (1974).

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Metal / Re: Is metal timeless?
« on: January 10, 2007, 05:47:05 PM »
As long as there is horror in life, there is a place for metal.  The problem is people are dulling the parts of their conciousness that pay attention to the bad stuff.  So humanity is turning into effeminate macaca.  There's nobody left to revel in insanity, which you have to face to fight (which is what metal is about).

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Metal / Re: Post-rock roots of metal
« on: January 07, 2007, 07:52:38 PM »
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As I've always thought, though simultaneously I think that was the point -- to make music that was monotonous and emotionally dead.


A parallel with ildjarn?  People don't get that music either.

Free your spirit rise with the breeze
Now from darkness there springs light

Tony was only in Jethro Tull for a week or two.

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Interzone / Re: Chuck Schuldiner: The Pity Party Never Ends
« on: January 03, 2007, 08:58:35 PM »
The A.V. Club: Conceptually, it's like your music has gone from "Tales From The Crypt" to William Blake over the years. Have you always wanted to get into bigger ideas?

Danzig: I always have. In the MISFITS, it started getting too crazy with "Earth A.D." The concepts stared becoming too brutal and violent. It was less about fiction and more about the real world, the past, present, and future. I think a lot of people got freaked out by that. [Laughs] People don't want to think about that kind of shit. But now, they're being forced to think about it. On the news, they just showed some child predator who had an ankle bracelet on. He was like some blip on a radar screen, and they showed him pacing back and forth in front of an elementary school, scouting out little kids. The things that I used to get in trouble for saying are now all coming to pass. I remember getting reamed by the media because I talked about priests molesting little children. They were like, "That doesn't happen." Now, with 24-hour news, people just can't ignore it any more. They can't pretend that it doesn't happen. They're being bombarded by it.

The A.V. Club: That's the same problem a lot of people had with BLACK SABBATH.

Danzig: BLACK SABBATH was saying, "War is always going to be here." If you look at where the world's been and where it is right now, nothing's changed. The way we kill people is a little different now, but man's inhumanity to man is just as bad as it's always been. I think it's a nature thing. Most people don't realize they have no control over it. When there are too many people, I think nature — whatever nature is — weeds shit out. I don't think it's something we're conscious of.

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Interzone / Re: Chuck Schuldiner: The Pity Party Never Ends
« on: January 02, 2007, 06:40:20 PM »
Although I thought that was "frozen food in a concrete glaze".

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Interzone / Re: Chuck Schuldiner: The Pity Party Never Ends
« on: January 02, 2007, 06:38:48 PM »
So I found that life is just a game
But you know there's never been a winner
Try your hardest, just to be a loser
The world will still be turning when you're gone
Yeah, when you're gone!


Got no religion
Don't need no friends
Got all I want
And I don't need to pretend


Don't try to reach me
'Cause I'll tear up your mind
I've seen the future
And I've left it behind


Let them have their little toys
Matchbox cars and mortgaged joys
Exciting in their plastic ways
Frozen food in a concrete maze

You're gonna go insane
I'm trying to save your brain

Well I don't want no preacher
telling me about the god in the sky
No I don't want no one to tell me
Where I'm gonna go when I die
I wanna live my life, I don't want people telling me what to do
I just believe in myself, 'cause no one else is true

People riding their real face
Keep on running their rat race
Behind each flower grows a weed
In their world of make-believe


Select passages from Vol4.  
Sabbath weren't antichristian, they were antimodernity. :)

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Interzone / Re: Chuck Schuldiner: The Pity Party Never Ends
« on: December 20, 2006, 08:38:53 PM »
MO-ya?

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Interzone / Re: Chuck Schuldiner: The Pity Party Never Ends
« on: December 20, 2006, 08:16:49 PM »
I want to slice you to ribbons for the spelling of your name alone, you stinking used tampon.

The great mystery of Schuldiner's condition is why he wrote "Support music, not rumors" in every fucking release.  Well, I found out through this board it's cause he liked underage boys.  Rot fag corpse, rot.

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Metal / Re: What were the origins of death metal?
« on: December 03, 2006, 07:06:46 PM »
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The birth of Necrophagia was solely inspired by Killjoy's obssession with horror and upon first hearing Venom and then HellHammer
Necrophagia was formed in late 1983 by Killjoy. The band released various demos and in 1987 they released "Season of the Dead" Then shortly broke up afterwards claiming Extreme musical differences. Killjoy stated that "the other band members wanted to go torward a more mainstream style while I wanted to get heavier and sicker." When asked what made him develope his unique singing style , he simply stated "I just wanted to sound like the demon that possessed Reagan from "The Exorcist".



The liner notes of Death is Fun say Necrophagia invented death metal.  I have demos from 84 if you want me to upload them.  

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Metal / Re: Why do people like metal?
« on: December 03, 2006, 06:56:17 PM »
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The power to find real meaning in life


by facing death.

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Metal / Re: Coherence vs. Parts
« on: November 29, 2006, 08:23:09 PM »
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It doesn't make sense, everyone is confused, and it doesn't have a purpose for being there, aside from the, "fuck it, we're down with all people man!" liberal perspective.  


Their music is a reflection of their outlook on life, it looks like.

"Delusion helps to keep them sane."

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Metal / Re: What were the origins of death metal?
« on: November 21, 2006, 09:53:42 PM »
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Saying blues is commercial because of the known commercial acts in blues is like saying all metal is sell-out music because of Metallica.  It's just a very uneducated statement.


I say listening to blues is like rubbing shit into your synapses.  Have you ever heard blues?  I couldn't take but 5 seconds of Robert Johnson.

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Metal / Re: Ego death, death metal and black metal
« on: November 21, 2006, 09:51:08 PM »
 

Christ love is simple mindedness, like blues. Satan wants you to have nothing but pleasure, cause pain and the unknown makes you think and learn.  Of course, all the women got it completely backwards, cause the dark is scary. :'(

So death and rotting is evil and Satanic.  Hail Satan.

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Metal / Re: Intelligence and Metal
« on: November 10, 2006, 07:59:56 PM »
And dumbasses make dumbass music for dumbasses to listen to.  But also the best artists turn away from obsessing about metropolitical decay and towards nature, the forest and the cosmos, for inspiration.  And this is a distinct genre of pagan metal, and the soundtrack for cosmic consciousness.

Black Sabbath
Samhain
Voivod
BURZUM
ildjarn
...

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Metal / Re: Values as self-pleasing human creation?
« on: November 07, 2006, 09:53:38 PM »
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Everything in life only has as much value as you attach to it. This goes for virginity, for pride, for your cd-collection, for everything.



Everything in reality/life has a value defined by its opposite.
For example, if your country is overrun by Mexicans or Muslims, suddenly your European ancestry seems a little more important and dignified.

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