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Interzone / Re: Metal music listeners more intelligent?
« on: September 24, 2013, 04:59:04 PM »
Intelligent kids don't have a lot of friends because they don't care for being popular in school, so they too don't hang out as a "cool" kid, he have a lot time without a thing to do. They pass the day in computer.

They listen a lot of music, different than the others music, they want a music that isn't for popular persons, only for sad persons, so he find punk rock, later, heavy metal, later, he find the underground metal/punk.

Now, listening to it, he discover how boring his life is, so he start do new things, he learn play guitar, he meet other metalheads, he start skateboarding, he is happy, he find a totally new world.

And now I'm here today.

I think that is that happen, but I too think that isn't metal that makes the kid more intelligent, but himself had born intelligent, metal only free him of the normal life mediocrity.

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Interzone / Re: Free file hosting
« on: September 21, 2013, 07:12:30 PM »
In your opinion what is the best service?

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Interzone / Re: Free file hosting
« on: September 21, 2013, 07:09:13 PM »
Mediafire have some errors, there the files deleted by FBI service, the file have to accessed a lot of times to not be deleted by the server. 4shared isn't too practical but works well.

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Metal / What is the meaning of Brutal Death Metal sonority?
« on: September 21, 2013, 04:51:19 PM »
I really like the lyrics from Suffocation and Nile, but I really hate there sonority, what is the meaning if this sound. The vocals are in a too low tone, the guitars are impossible to hear, the drums are just "tah tah tah".

How can someone like it?

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Interzone / Re: Judging music
« on: September 21, 2013, 04:44:32 PM »
For me, a good music is a innovator music, Deathcore musicians think that Death Metal is only about death, there isn't any metaphor, any other meaning?

This happen with the Punk, every single "new" Punk are imitating Discharge, Black Flag, The Exploited, these new bands are saying: "Anarchy, Fuck Capitalism, Anti Fascism"; they don't create nothing, they think that they are "Independents" and "Revolutionaries". In the exactly time that they discovers the lack of success of their music, they hide in the underground label.

These new Hardcore bands are too idiots, I found a music named "Niilismo" (nihilism in portuguese, the band is brazilian of course), with this lyrics:
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"I don't believe in nothing
I don't believe in nothing
I don't believe in nothing
Because I believe in Nihilism"
(translated).

This is dumb music.

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Interzone / Re: Blasphemy
« on: September 21, 2013, 04:31:59 PM »
Blasphemy is what the christians did with the pagans, I think that now is our turn to revenge the ancients.

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Interzone / Re: Iconographic difficulty of nihilism
« on: September 21, 2013, 04:30:24 PM »
nihilism is a tree.

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Metal / Re: Sludge Metal
« on: September 20, 2013, 07:47:39 PM »
Sludge is in development, last decade, sludge was a shit, whit country/blues influence, but now it is backing to its roots, as doom, hardcore punk and extreme metal (grind/death/black/thrash). Sludge is turning more musical, when it was only "music".

Look at this time line.
- Melvins (grungy sludge)
- Black Label Society (country idiot sludge)
- Crowbar (psycho/thrash sludge)
- Neurosis (math/grind sludge)
- Cult of Luna (atmospheric sludge)
- The Ocean (artistic/prog sludge)

Sludge are backing to his roots: Grunge, Hardcore Punk, Doom Metal, Extreme Metal, Atmospheric Metal. Sludge is Black Flag's My War, but the guys thing that sludge and stoner was the same thing and start putting blues/country in it. But later, turn more and more gothic (not "gothic"), backing to the real roots. With metal happen the same thing (first, cool proto-music: classic/doom metal; second, idiots mixing things: glam/pop metal; third, backing to the roots: thrash/speed metal; forth, alternative cool sound: death/black/grind/gothic metal).

I like to think that sludge is a new genre. Sludge isn't Metal neither Punk, is Sludge.

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Metal / Re: Sludge Metal
« on: September 20, 2013, 02:42:47 AM »
Sludge is what Crowbar pioneered: slow punk/rock with metally riffs. It's also a newer variant which is Neurosis/Converge inspired and sounds like late punk and post-metal having an ugly, droning, kind of boring baby.

I think that have cool bands in sludge like The Ocean, but there other that is a idiot shit.

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Metal / Re: Sludge Metal
« on: September 20, 2013, 02:38:32 AM »
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From this description, it seems like sloppy half-asses doom metal.
Is any of it worth looking into? And if so what would be to top 3 or so albums in this genre?

In this genre there terrible bands, they mix hard rock/blues and create a really boring sound, but there there cool bands, who mix thrash/death. slow tempos and a cool chaotic atmosphere.

Proto-Sludge
- Black Flag - My War
- Paradise Lost - Gothic
- Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath

Grungy Sludge (a little boring)
- Alice in Chains - Alice in Chains
- Melvins - Ozna

Straight Up Sludge
- The Ocean - Precambrian
- Isis - Oceanic
- Cult Of Luna - The Beyond

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Everyone praises eyehategod up and down. I don't get it. They sound like a faux intense Black
Sabbath imitator with annoying vocals. I must be too shallow and pedantic to "get" it.

Yes, there terrible bands, like the blues-metal, but there cool bands too, Sludge is a very extensive term (from Melvins to The Ocean).

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Metal / Sludge Metal
« on: September 19, 2013, 12:00:56 AM »
I have read a lot of it, but till today I don't know exactly what it is, like, Black Flag's My War is Sludge, The Ocean is Sludge, Alice in Chains is Sludge, either COC is.Can you explain what is your vision about it.

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Interzone / Re: Origin of Universe
« on: September 13, 2013, 11:06:48 PM »
Probably the first time I've seen a reference to Futurama on this forum.

I've never been able to see why the universe needs a creator. Infinite regression and all that.

I prefer to think of it as eternal.

Yes, isn't not a creator, it in fact is eternal, but metaphorically, for me, god is equivalent to the universe.

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Interzone / Re: Origin of Universe
« on: September 13, 2013, 10:22:08 PM »
For me:
  There the big bang, and the crush band, after the crush bang, the big bang happen again, creating a infinite time circuit. This is the core of my theory. I stop believe in christianity and this kind religions because there a lot of lies, and I get boring of change my religion. For me, the universe is the truth god, the big and crush bang are the sub gods, they control the time. Maybe this is a bad example, but, in a episode of Futurama, Bender was launched by the space ship and he get in a infinite derivation in high universe, he find a star that talk with him about the universe. For me, this star is "God". Don't you think that our creator was not a human? Why he should be. There more than humans "here". Humans are too idiots, they only look at they.

Sorry, I'm really bad at english, I'm Brazillian.

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Interzone / Origin of Universe
« on: September 11, 2013, 04:23:19 PM »
For you, how the universe has been created?

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Interzone / Re: Spirituality can not be explained.
« on: September 10, 2013, 06:47:16 PM »
Like a soft trance?

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