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Interzone / Re: Undiscovered ANUS
« on: April 06, 2010, 06:19:25 PM »
from stoner adventures in 6th undiscovered country;

Abstraction of vision in a sharp shot of moment as I see
squirming in my crotch a footlong maggot, squirming agonizedly,
burrowing into her, maybe mewling I can't tell her scream.  Not
even her: she is gone, but the maggot is there.  The rotting heap
of the city writhes with its minions.  The eyes of living inside,
cocaine off the mirror and then the reflection twisting, the
carnivorous maggot chewing through all that lives.  The piles of
trash twitch alive, and curl around the nearby humans like adders
striking at the wrist.  The corpses of the dead burst; the coffin
lids split; maggots roll upon the earth, crawling from the wound-
graves of the deceived, killed, buried, and lied after.  She is
gone; it is over.  Am I hallucinating?  All I see is maggots, the
crawling of decay, the appetite of putrefaction.  Choking in my
throat: fear or vomit, and then, beneath my skin, I feel them
spawning, moving, too near me, chewing me into trash like the rest
of the city.  A violent cough vivisects.  Scream, dash, chaos of
angular falling outward of door, gravel roll and recovery, back
inside: must find Spike.

The abstraction on sharp lusts of the flesh broken with narrator admitting how well hung he is always stuck with me. TUC and prozakhistan are my favorite parts of anus, they aren't written didactically so transmit a headspace, much like music. Resonance. Reads like a more coherent Burroughs, hours and hours of material there. There must be oodles of pages on prozakhistan that only link from some labyrinthine vestibule

Metal / Re: Metalheads who went on to greater things
« on: March 31, 2010, 11:59:34 PM »
Used hitler as an example of one persons actions cultivating international renown, many metalheads do fantastic things that you'd have no way of knowing about. Suggest thread be renamed to "hessians who did interesting things outside of music that garnered the attention of a wider community", but all things considered the current thread title is doing a wonderful job.   I don't recommend heetler as a blazing role model for the hessian youth in their fight against banks and absented foreskins, however he really sold me on the meth addict/genocidal lulz angle and should be recognized accordingly (a shower of syringes and uncleaved foreskins on his head).

Power over self = overman


I'm curious why you'd vilify this, also thread derailment

Metal / Re: Metalheads who went on to greater things
« on: March 30, 2010, 11:45:36 PM »
What are you expecting trauco a hessian hitler?

Becoming an engineer or a professor of statistics and economics in brazil seem like pretty valid successes to me. Authority positions like that have power within a society.
They aren't going to change the world, statisically speaking that's pretty much impossible for most of us. They can change their world however. Power over self = overman.

A few of my friends are similarly disillusioned, thinking they can change the world and whip their self righteous egohorse all the way to elysium fields peopled with burnished warsluts and historic figures reincarnated as anthropomorphic bongs. Naturally when they realize the futility of this dream they slide into depression, forsake any meaningful action and reach for the KY.
Mindsnares aside, It would be incredibly awesome to see some authority figure flying the anus algiz rune.

I've always wondered what happened to Hat, does anyone know where Jason Oliver, the vocalist and guitarist from infester ended up?

Metal / Re: Averse Sefira display interesting flyer
« on: February 05, 2010, 08:11:21 AM »
Holy shit, averse is enema


Archived shows. As a hessian you are compelled to listen to as much metalenema possible, Avrs Sefra! Fuck!

Interzone / Re: All music is rhythm
« on: September 15, 2009, 06:45:09 PM »
those vibrations smack against your eardrum which converts them to electrical data borne to the brain where it's perceived as sound. Tree falling in a forest sort of thing.
Antioxidants will speed the expulsion of cannabis from your system, my lord green tea is delicious.

Metal / Re: Refreshing Metal Albums
« on: May 28, 2009, 10:36:12 PM »
queefinator, there's no need for your antagonism, chill the fuck out.
You may have a lot of experience in the underground, good for you, it doesn't justify acting like a dick.

Altars of Madness is incredible, daily listening has been demonstrated to cure AIDS.

Averse Sefira's early stuff is compelling. They're easy to dismiss because they take a while to articulate their ideas. Listen patiently for the rewards are immense.

Intestine Baalism make for a toe tapping good time. I like the way their vocalist doesn't headbang so much as pose with horns thrust to the sky at live shows. .

Interzone / Re: Any scientists, mathematicians, or engineers here?
« on: May 26, 2009, 11:12:46 AM »
Failed out of environmental engineering in 07 and will likely fail out of conservation biology at the end of this semester.
retrospective on causal thought processes:
Studying sucks, copious bong hits and sitting alone in dorm room listening to metal is a much better alternative-
+Oh Noes, degree isn't magically completing itself, another cone and spinning pentagram again will fix everything
++Oh shits, nullifying brain activity and avoiding power process is magnifying deep seated self loathing, affirms preexisting notion that failure is inevitable and is used to justify giving up without even trying
+++Depression and negative behaviours manifest, reliance on cannabis as reality avoidance mechanism- consumption increases reinforcing deleterious cognition

Summary: neurotic personality discovers reality isn't a wish fulfillment device, runs away terrified.

Regular meditation, curtailing intoxication, a diet high in fibre and exercising the will to power are doing wonders, but I've failed too much assessment to pass most of my subjects.
Maturity is borne of experience, sure would have been nice If I'd attained some earlier in life...

Interzone / Cast from a strange kiln
« on: May 07, 2009, 02:17:36 AM »
A worming tongue of flame cast open my solar plexus. The usual axioms were followed, breathless nothing And pulsing in the chest rising tangling the heart sometimes twin coursesings of tongues knitting in my flesh. The serpents rose and claimed the brain stem. Frothing solvent of the void bubbling through cracks in the skull dampening the self and the serpents push farther peaking at the crown of the skull imprisoned by bone. Trying to burrow through, my pineal is glowing bejeweled with heat and agitation and joy like oineric somnambulance. Muscles spasming, Dragons in my skull can't escape their immurement so force my cranium skyward, back locks taught in position totally straight. Muscles spasm every few seconds as though i were paralyzed by dream and the burning ever burning sometimes aching contention of it is overwhelming.

A rather intense introduction to chakras while meditating. Has anyone taken this to its terminus, the Kundalini awakening?

Metal / KCUF archive online
« on: May 06, 2009, 08:18:55 AM »
Don't know if this is old news but the KCUF archive is back up again.


Metal / Re: On watching the metal disaster play out
« on: March 01, 2009, 10:26:33 PM »
Metal has been absorbed by the mainstream and the hipsters who latch onto it for the satanik bruthal image are losing the esteem of their peers because of that commodification. Metal is another shade of the status quo thus the burnished elitism of yesteryear has become tarnished and common.  Extreme metal is no longer a viable penis extension so the masses drift to other attractions. With less mediocrity flooding the genre works of merit will doubtless surface, I wouldn't expect a reinvention of form in this period but a return to where metal lost it's steam in the early nineties. A strong scene would need to be reestablished before any quantum leaps in quality occur; A society of competing bands is necessary for growth, the nineties were fantastic for metal because the progenitors were simultaneously competing and learning from each other, they were questing for greatness rather than acceptance. This is why regions had certain a sound associated with them. A Darwinistic framework is essential for the genre to continue. Pondering where metal will go is quite useless without action, it becomes easy to assume metal is dead because a new path isn't visible well lit with guard rails and amenities clearly signed. The cart comes after the horse, one band won't reinvent the genre, but a handful working in conjunction will. 

Metal / Re: Death Metal bands that succumbed to The Norming
« on: March 01, 2009, 07:24:17 PM »
What do you make of Immolation incorporating nu metal techniques into their lexicon on Harnessing Ruin? Grasping for artistic diversity perhaps, though it stinks of 'the norming'. Interesting that they appear to have reduced (or perhaps intelligently integrated) these elements on Shadows in the Light.

Interzone / Re: A very amazing thing happened to me the other
« on: September 26, 2007, 04:43:05 AM »
Down at a local river, wandered off into the bush and paused to take in the beauty of earth. Looking skyward I could see that the particular copse of trees I stood under had a lean to it. At some point one of the trees must have taken to growing at an angle, casting shadows on nearby trees. These trees have then begun growing at a similar angle to regain their sundered exposure to sunlight. Eventually after years the entire copse had taken on the angle of the first tree. In this I saw that life was it's own impetus to change. Viva la nihilism, et al.

A few nights ago I lost control of my car and rolled it into a ditch deep enough to swallow the car and have only the rear tyre protrude above ground level. As the car flipped the weight of the engine brought the bonnet down enough for the headlights to illuminate the storm water drain I was heading into. The milliseconds before impact were probably the purest I have ever lived. Nothing is more life affirming than a near death experience.

I recently purchased Under A Funeral Moon. Until then I had never read the lyrics. I suppose this is mundane considering the scope of this thread but I was, heartened by my rediscovery of the genius of the progenitors.

The sign of your horns
Is my dearest vision
They Impale all holy,
All holy and weak

You watch me face the mirror
And see desecration
With my art I am the fist
In the face of god

Metal / Re: What would a metal society look like?
« on: January 16, 2007, 03:24:17 AM »
All dwellings must take the form of jungletop tree huts.

All literature somehow involves the works of Tolkien.

Atmosphere is regulated such that O2 levels rise enough for things to instantaneosly combust.

All places of dwelling built as medieval castles.

Morons genetically engineered to secrete hydrocarbons from sacs on the back.

Grocery lists and the local newspaper to be considered literature.

Slightly more seriously:
A band of savages given a portion of the island such that one day our society could make war on them.

Sustainable supply of game to hunt.

Communal dinner/feast around a bonfire at least every week.

Goodly amount of war paint to don while hunting game and savages.

Wood for bonfires.

Metal / Re: Sacramentum
« on: December 20, 2006, 12:21:18 AM »
I only recently realized that the band employs flange type distortion on Far Away From The Sun. Pherhaps this is partly how they acheive their ambient guitar sound. Having two or more guitars with each flange effect starting at a different counteractive pitch results in a hazy drone without a net change in flange pitch. Thoughts?


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