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Audiofile / Immortal
« on: April 30, 2006, 12:29:57 PM »
Immortal MP3s

"The most technical of the Scandinavian black metal bands, Immortal fused melody and sweeping song structures with the strumming technique and rhythmic framework of modern metal. Their epic "Diabolical Full Moon Mysticism" is definitive of the genre."

Immortal - Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism (1992) [ CD $5 ]

Immortal - Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism (1992, Mega)

Immortal - Pure Holocaust (1993) [ CD $10 ]

Immortal - Pure Holocaust (1993, Mega)

Immortal - Battles In The North (1995) [ CD $8 ]

Immortal - Battles In The North (1995, Mega)

Immortal - Blizzard Beasts (1997) [ CD $9 ]

Immortal - Blizzard Beasts (1997, Mediafire)

Audiofile / Pestilence
« on: April 30, 2006, 11:38:44 AM »
Pestilence MP3s

"One of the foundational acts of death metal, Pestilence began recording in the late eighties and started providing more complex, musically expository translations of death and speed metal ideas in several classic albums. With 1993's "Spheres" they spent their progressive urge in a highly technical but heavily synthesized album that gained little acceptance among death metal bands; declaring it a loss, the remaining members charged off bitterly into jazz fusion bands."

Pestilence - Malleus Maleficarum (1988)

Pestilence - Malleus Maleficarum (1988, Mega)

Pestilence - Consuming Impulse (1989) [ CD $12 ]

Pestilence - Consuming Impulse (1989, Mega)

Pestilence - Testimony of the Ancients (1991) [ CD $12 ]

Pestilence - Testimony of the Ancients (1991, x)

Pestilence - Spheres (1993)

Pestilence - Spheres (1993, Mega)

Audiofile / Sinister
« on: April 30, 2006, 10:45:10 AM »
Sinister MP3s

"Abrupt and punchy death metal from the Netherlands that helped resolve differences between the percussive/technical and melodic branches of the death metal genre."

Sinister - Cross the Styx (1992) [ CD $9 ]

Sinister - Cross the Styx (1992, Mega)

Sinister - Diabolical Summoning (1993) [ CD $9 ]

Sinister - Diabolical Summoning (1993, Mega)

Sinister - Hate (1996) [ CD $16 ]

Sinister - Hate (1996, Mega)

Sinister - Bastard Saints (1996) [ CD $16 ]

Sinister - Bastard Saints (1996, Mega)

Sinister - Creative Killings (2001, Mediafire)

Metal / Recombinant
« on: April 27, 2006, 05:17:57 AM »
Irae - 2003 Demo
Wrath - Viking
Belsebub - Elohim
Anal Blasphemy
Taake - Nattesid

I was looking at the requests thread and realized how inter-changable the names of black metal bands are. So I wanted to make a guide for people who would like to request nonexistent bands, because undoubtedly someone will upload something or start a bedroom black metal (BBW) band in that name.

Column A:

Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid(s)

The New German English Dictionary

Dictionary of Mystical Terms

Column B:

The Catholic Encyclopedia

Thesaurus: death, black, evil, occult, kill


Pick one from Column A, and one from Column B. If they look "slick" together, that's your Band Name and Demo Name. If they don't work, pick another term from Column A and add to the Column B term, or another term from Column B and add to the Column A term. Repeat until you have something palatable. Unless you're Immortal, who put out the incomprehensible "Diabolical Full Moon Mysticism" (and did not suck), it's wise you limit yourself to seven syllables total.

Metal / Urban Exploration
« on: April 26, 2006, 07:14:13 AM »
Going into the abandoned ruins of the wasteland to see what went before, to revel in its decay and failure, and possibly appreciate the beauties of the past... is there anything more metal than this?


A good site, fear of the dark et al.


Ignore the gay biker picture.

Metal / Re: Velvet Cacoon Interview
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:48:35 AM »
You're probably right, because most of these bands are either jokers or can't tell that their music sucks. True black metal is the worst disaster to ever hit the genre because if you put on spikes and xerox your cover, everyone goes "Oh OK black metal" and no one mentions the crap music.

Metal / Re: For the gay metalhead...
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:44:46 AM »
Why is this such a big deal? We've all known about Rob Halford and Kirk Hammette for years, right?

Metal / Re: The Atheist reissues are finally coming!
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:42:43 AM »
Yeah, because most of these re-issues don't sell for shit. Relapse still has several thousand Cryptic Slaughter CDs that "kids today" wont buy. Cadaver isnt going to sell at all even with the Apopstigmata Berserk connection.

Metal / Re: 95% of black metal is "pure crap"
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:41:25 AM »
"95% of metal is crap, including my own band OMG"

Metal / Re: Sepultura guitarist is spawn of Nazis
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:40:20 AM »
Andreas: "I was born in Brazil because of World War II. My mother was born in 1945 and was forced to move here with family because of it."

Either that, or he's Jewish.

Metal / Re: Asian metal update
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:38:16 AM »
Do Chinese metal bands use Western scales in their music?

Metal / Re: Tarantists rehearsal MP3 released / review
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:36:34 AM »
Is this the band that got banned in Malaysia?

Metal / Re: Lords of Chaos to beging filming in May
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:35:36 AM »
Macabre is the dumbest band ever. Does anyone actually listen to that shit? It's like Mr Bungle, really cute but not much good if you want music to enjoy although you can feel really smart for having it.

"Wow Mr Bungle, you must be really different!"

Metal / Re: Malayasia bans Black Metal
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:32:40 AM »
I think it's great, metal should be persecuted because it will make it stronger. Look what persecution did for the Jews. Ban all six million black metal bands.

Metal / Re: Darkthrone already recording...
« on: April 26, 2006, 05:28:20 AM »
Hellhammer had a dark aethetic and lyrical themes, but sounded more like a punk band than anything else(see: Venom); some of their chord progressions/riffs sounded down right cheery compared to second wave black metal.

Broader intervals, less minor key, and more of the tendency toward fifths like a punk band. Black metal really grew up between 1983 and 1993.

Its gotta go somewhere however. Either it gets more like Emperor and takes talent to make, or it goes simple like a punk band... but since all punk bands SUCK thats probably a bad idea.

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