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Metal / Re: What is black metal death metal etc...?
« on: May 30, 2006, 05:47:56 AM »
Has dark legions archive gone offline for some reason?

Metal / Re: Metalheads as multiculture
« on: May 27, 2006, 05:54:46 PM »
If anyone has forum accounts elsewhere, National Day of Slayer is very close and a few people around the world have yet to hear the good news. There is only about a week remaining until this international event, held once every thousand years.


Metal / Re: Death/Black Metal in academic circles.
« on: May 26, 2006, 08:49:31 AM »
After reading the Pyramid essay, I would like to discover what lies in the top most chamber of black and death metal. Realism would be my pick, but that comes from a more death-oriented metal upbringing.

Either lower tiers of pyramids intersect one with another or the lower tiers come to resemble one another. For example, America's top most chamber probably contains Liberty. Liberty has corrupted Realism at the lower tiers, suggesting an overlap. Capitalism at a lower tier beneath Liberty has joined with or assimilated a tier under Realism.

Hence, most metal is going to suck. Different pyramids hold more sway during different eras. Liberty is the largest pyramid during our era and its broad base of lower tiers has swelled into the adjacent competing pyramids.

Metal / Re: heroic deeds by hessians
« on: May 03, 2006, 06:23:30 AM »
A possible butt whoopin is better than a fractured spine. Really all that heroism has accomplished is the creation of a pitiful thread, that like cattle trains destined for Dachau, meets with composted extermination at the end.

Metal / Re: October Is Hessian History Month
« on: May 02, 2006, 05:02:15 PM »
This misconception can be destroyed in a spectactular manner, if you feel the need...

It can go under bias or hate crimes as a blantant but unspoken mockery of multicult. I also recall little mini-mobs of judeo-christian activists hanging around the entrances in front of live metal performances. They were passing out Jesus literature, telling us we were going to hell for participating in the concerts and sometimes attempting to physically block the way. This is an infringement upon democratic rights and intimidation against the hessian cultural creed.

Metal / Re: heroic deeds by hessians
« on: May 02, 2006, 04:43:12 PM »
Granted, but that may not necessarily reflect hessian culture specifically, not from my own experience at least.

Metal / Re: heroic deeds by hessians
« on: May 02, 2006, 07:18:49 AM »
If it was a hessian, the islamic vigilantes would have jumped out the window in order to escape the hessian's insane rage. Passive flight == extreme gayness.

Metal / Re: Ancient music
« on: April 29, 2006, 05:36:26 AM »
The latest Lord Wind samples sound ancient. Parts of Nile songs have a nostalgic ancient ambience.

Metal / Re: Metalheads as multiculture
« on: April 27, 2006, 06:20:34 AM »
The word Bard is used in English and other Indo-Euopean languages chiefly to denote a Celtic poet (and musician). Musicians and poets comparable to the Celtic Bard have also been found in other cultures. Bards have greatly influenced the musical and general histories of their peoples, among the Celts they were mainly responsible for the development of secular music.

The Bard was a repository of histories, stories, legends, songs and poetry of his people. Wherever the bard travelled, he was honoured and given certain diplomatic impunity. Before the invention of the printing press, books and scribes were very costly, and recently news travelled very slowly and inaccurately. The bard, due to his education in oral tradition, could be relied upon to know the latest news from his court, whether crops had failed to the south, or which roads were safe to travel. For some villages and towns, the bard was the only reliable source of information.


Hessians are today's bards. Due to the lack of accountability and accuracy in mass media information, Hessians are uniquely trusted with the validity of the oral and musical world view of the metalhead identity creed. Historically, this world view has been passed on from one generation to the next in the form of metal music, which includes concept, notes, riffs, harmony, lyrics, structure and overall ideal. Like daily prayer times for devout muslims around the world, the right to frequently commit this oral and musical tradition to memory shall not be infringed upon by any public or private entities or persons.

Metal / Re: Metalheads as multiculture
« on: April 27, 2006, 05:55:08 AM »
Needed for Hessian identity movement:

1) leader to create roles, spawn ideas and deligate activity
2) registered existing participants on external metal forums
3) gramatically competent, creative English author(s)
4) gramatically competent, creative other languages author(s)
5) other than or in addition to online activity participant (data: photographer, musician, lawyer, historian types)

All parties to be completely familiar with the ANUS affiliated project site, it's goal and preferred audience.

Metal / Re: Metalheads as multiculture
« on: April 26, 2006, 08:29:52 AM »
Ask what metalheads have done or are now doing as a collective creed. Invalids and homosexuals, as identifiable groups, have significantly greater power in society than metalheads. Metalheads would do well to consider this and work toward empowerment.

Metal / Re: Metalheads as multiculture
« on: April 25, 2006, 04:22:15 PM »
So maybe it needs to grow, or maybe Hessian culture needs to become neoclassical/Romanticist culture in order for this to work.

Metal's roots extend back into the ancient world, even if the connection is simply these abstract ideals. Hessians are a culture, but they have yet to apply this beyond music and entertainment scenes.

The Harley Davidson biker type is more of a widely accepted valid culture. One immediate example of a group effort from them was a collective effort by bikers to have mandatory helmet laws overturned in the courts.

In a sense, it is almost comical to envision the metal community pulling together to legally assert the right to wear long hair in places of employment on the basis of creed and anti-discrimination. Many employers from construction labor to information technology do not make any issue out of employees with long hair as it is. There has to be something a little more broadly beneficial, with actual substance for lawyers to debate, like the forcing of helmets with questionable safety value upon all motorcycle riders.

What is it that binds the Hessian culture as a creed or identity aside from widely variable personal appearance?

Metal / Re: Artists/works needing reviews
« on: April 22, 2006, 07:57:03 AM »
Metal Church's self titled first album needs review. This power metal debut was well received among many black metal listeners "back in the day". Album The Dark came next and was pretty powerful itself.

Metal / Celtic Frost and HR Giger Paintings
« on: March 24, 2006, 09:12:19 AM »
Honor exists between the band and the artist versus the crowdist merchandising industries.


The above link was intended to be displayed within a frame from Giger's website: http://www.hrgiger.com/

CF plans to embark on a European tour this summer.

Metal / Re: Malayasia bans Black Metal
« on: March 18, 2006, 04:02:24 AM »
Observe Malaysia's assertiveness. They didn't begin gunning down black metal listeners on sight, nor engage in a continual state media slander campaign against the music. Instead, they asserted their authority by legally banning the undesired. Take note that some western countries may opt to use the passivity option and engage in mere childish slander using various forms of mass media. This is the weakness that results from everyone having rights including HIV+ transgenered handicapped bug chasers.

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