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Messages - TheDeathlyLama

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Metal / Re: YOUR metal timeline
« on: January 04, 2011, 09:28:59 AM »
'86 Born
90 - 95 Parents listened to shitty Hair Metal, Ratt and Van Halen
95 discovered Slayer, Cannibal Corpse Through a friend
96 - 98 Listened mainly to these bands and had a brief run in with Marilyn Manson....
98 2004 punk/ Hard Core
2004 - Current Explored Jazz, Classical (still exploring some classical upon occasion) Random styles, Tech-Death,

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Metal / Re: Gorguts
« on: January 04, 2011, 09:21:11 AM »
I´m sure there are some fans of Gorguts here. I simply love "Obscura" which is among my favourite albums at the moment. I don´t care that much about their other albums, although I have listened to "Erosion of Sanity" and "From Wisdom to Hate" and I quite like them, also. But "Obscura" is definitely a masterpiece and IMO most of other metal albums pale in comparison.
Have you listened to the band "Obscura"? Pretty amazing stuff, not quite Gorguts, but amazing in it's own right.

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Metal / Re: Black/Death Metal Deaths
« on: January 04, 2011, 09:19:43 AM »
Haha, fair enough.  It's a pretty good command, really.  I might make a tshirt that says "slash your wrists, blow your brains out, apologise for the blood" on it.
That would be bad ass.

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Metal / Re: Black/Death Metal Deaths
« on: December 31, 2010, 10:15:18 PM »
Dead, obviously.  Slash your wrists, blow your brains out, apologise for the blood.
It's a joke my small, close minded friend.

... What?
My bad dude, I misread it as in insult, apologies.

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Metal / Re: Black/Death Metal Deaths
« on: December 31, 2010, 01:19:28 AM »
Dead, obviously.  Slash your wrists, blow your brains out, apologise for the blood.
It's a joke my small, close minded friend.

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Given the works that classical composers produced as middle-aged and old men, I'm inclined to believe it has a lot more to do with the economic realities of recorded music (strike while the iron is hot or you'll never get another advance).  There's just nothing about the structure of the music business as it exists that is conducive to helping artists nurture and grow their talents.


Very true, which is why there has to be that initial drive for music so to speak. It must remain throughout the career, and the rigors of this business simply kill it for some of those who simply came to play music they love. It's a sad, but all too real conflict in the music world.

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Metal / Neuraxis
« on: December 31, 2010, 12:56:29 AM »
This band is phenomenal, I'm not extremely avid on them yet, as I haven't heard all of their work, but I have been away on holiday at my parents in the mountains and haven't had the internet connection required to download a discography. Any ideas or highlights for this band? Anyone have a live experience with them?

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Metal / Re: Burzum - Belus
« on: December 31, 2010, 12:52:10 AM »
Burzum - Belus' Dod is awesome. I love the way it sounds, I really didn't expect much because he was out of it for so long accept for the synth shit, but this is amazing.

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Metal / Re: Interesting interviews
« on: December 31, 2010, 12:47:55 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFQkJsoY5BI
Varg Vikernes interview...short, but interesting. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ah8sEG9YGo really any interview with varg is slightly eerie.

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I actually feel that you are most likely on to something here my good man. Let me cite the newest of ozzy osbournes album works... Anyway, I feel that this is probably directly related in quite a few cases, however it is also affected by too much/ a lack OF emotional trauma in the artists life. Also perhaps the drugs and other mind altering substances in the artists life have a direct affect on the quality and or subject of music that an artist pushes out, nice post.

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Metal / Black/Death Metal Deaths
« on: December 31, 2010, 12:32:53 AM »
Some believe that Euronymous' death was extremely Kvlt, however I feel that there are other deaths out there that are far more generically Black metal than being stabbed over a band. Valfar Ein Windir died at 26 in a blizzard on a walk to his parents house. He died in the most black metal way possible, SNOW. I digress, anyone who can think of some extremely black metal ways of dying, please post them.

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Metal / Re: Origin
« on: October 13, 2010, 04:26:06 AM »
I sincerely hope that the rest of this forum is not simian idiocy...rethorics do not exist, and you are trolling you bumbling fucking dolt. Go forum fuck elsewhere you nonsequiturs.

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Metal / Re: Origin
« on: October 12, 2010, 09:51:37 PM »
What you speak of are Rhetorics...not rethorics. I'm not trying to be an ass here, simply attempting to show you that you ought not correct someone such as myself when you yourself quite obviously need some variation of correction on what you do on this forum. I have displayed my argument in simple, slate view, for everyone else. No other problems have arisen... I hold my vernacular and spelling close to me, as they are a part of human interaction...

You are wrong. Gramatical errors are not even errors to begin with. The meaning inherent to language itself trascends its physical manifestation, i.e., written text, verbal speach, bodily gestures, and such.
What you are doing, is a sanscrit-buddhist-hindu tactic. You will not succeed.
Not as long as Philosophy reings.
And the Owl of Minerva spreads her Wings.
At Nightfall.
There are no words for the drug induced nonsense that I feel this is... what you are saying, for all intents and purposes, is that; because you feel that I know what you mean, then there is no need for grammatic correction. Why the fuck ...you know what...never mind...there are no words...there really are no words...you seem to hold some semblance of intellect, please use it.

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Metal / Re: Recommendation Thread
« on: October 12, 2010, 09:48:23 PM »
Oh thanks, but I've enjoyed augury for quite a bit now, actually I really enjoy fragmentary a  LOT. It seems as though there isn't a lot of activity on this forum from regular users... sad day.

There actually is. You are active, so am I, so are many others. And if there aren't, it is because they have even better things to do than to ask recommendations on a web forum.

I recomend you listen to this:

TIAMAT - WHATEVER THAT HURTS (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB9YYC-8jwY
And I'm not being sarcastic here. I love this band and this video, it is one of the best Doom Metal videos ever made, one of the best SONGS ever made, one of the best VIDEOS every made.

And, I will not put this in your other thread that you requested for videos, simply because it is unnecessary. You can ask a mod to move this post, but they will probably rip your fucking head instead. And that is perfect, and you must understand that. And I'm not being sarcastic, since I haven't made single crybaby report to the Mods of this Forums so as not to waste their valuable time. In other words, if you are "grown-up" enough to even use a personal computer to begin with, and you are at the American Nihilist Underground Society Metal Forums, then you know how to behave yourself already.
Or don't you?
Oh, pardon me, I did not mean to disturb your superior elite metalness with my mere mothergoosery...jesus. I'm simply searching for good music of a specific genre...there is nothing wrong with that.... and why would I ask any topic to be moved from any thread? I'm not on metal-archives, there for I am not a pompous ass. Rethink your options before posting arrogance to the likes of me, I will not respond to hubris in the future...it's just annoying.

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Metal / Re: Origin
« on: October 12, 2010, 09:44:32 PM »
I can see why one would think that, however, have you listened to any of their earlier albums?

Yeah. They're all the same. The one song of theirs which has any sort of dynamics is "Portal", and even then it's not much. I've seen them live too. Not much to get excited about, apart from Longstreth's drumming and the dexterity of the bassist.

You're better off listening to something else.

Not my most prized of bands I assure you, I simply see the skill in antithesis and truly appreciate what this band has done in their career. That is all. I understand what you mean though.

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