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Messages - suğrheim

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Interzone / Re: Neoclassical hub on direct connect:
« on: August 16, 2013, 01:51:31 AM »
Ugh, lame. I hate how impersonal and boring the internet has become. It's like a giant echo chamber for modernity and true conversation is dead. RIP Mirc.

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Interzone / Re: Disorder inspires imaginative ideas
« on: August 15, 2013, 11:43:41 PM »
I think what passes for creativity in this study is laughable. Creativity? Or emotional expression?

I think it's a symptom of a messy mind that has a moment here and there that seeks disorder to confuse them from their own internal struggles. Discipline beats valour every time. Nature itself favors order and the path of least resistance. Our very biological evolution depends on us having our shit together and not putting our shit where we eat/drink/think.

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Metal / Re: Why do we all hate -core music?
« on: August 15, 2013, 11:34:14 PM »
I hate core music because it's suburban music for people who's deepest thoughts of contemplation are obsessed with discerning systems to justify their massive ego and emotional masturbation.

Fuck this genre.

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Metal / Re: Expendable and disposable art
« on: August 15, 2013, 11:32:55 PM »
It was the main premise of scene I think too that destroyed almost all forms of creativity in metal music. The reason I think of this is because the sources of creativity were taken away, and socialized into meaning for others. You listen to Early death metal and contrast it with it's "evolved" form and you really find a definite lack of creative substance floating around in it's mutated genus. One of the things that I think is responsible for this as a large contributor is the lack of study of classical art, philosophy, and music. I also cannot even begin to account the large amount of retards always shunning classical music instruction as an infringement on their creativity as if their meaningless emotional expression was deserving of more attention than a thousand years of discovery.

From my personal opinion too, I think that the leftist idea that reality must bend to the will of the ego has permeated almost everything in western civilization. The other day I watched that travesty of a documentary "until the light takes us" and was appalled at how such creative people have had the magic they once relished removed out of their lives by the mere constant justification battles between their sacred places, and the masses of uninitiated, uneducated, and modernist idiots trying to cash in on their private tribal rituals and sources of inspiration. Once you end up explaining yourself over and over and over to people who actually don't care about the nature of your discovery, but only how to copy it; if you don't shield yourself with understanding, or a goal to move you further into that divine wilderness, you will lose the ability to travel there for some time.

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Metal / Re: Old School Thrash/Death/Black
« on: August 15, 2013, 03:18:55 PM »
Living death -
Devestation - Idolatry era
Morbid Saint

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Metal / Re: Expendable and disposable art
« on: August 15, 2013, 03:17:34 PM »
I think the largest problem in music of the heavy metal type today is the lack of will to actually sit down and interlace conceptual theme and form into the music. People are no longer interested in using the mediums of music to translate conscious ideas. I can't even begin to count how many times I roll my eyes when a band introduces every song and the subject matter is only about the expression of some emotional discontent.

While at the same time, the focus in metal has shifted to safe themes for fear of political backlash from lefty assholes who only want to see art as a means of deconstruction, or, confined to topics of fantasy with no basis of contradiction in their shitty socialization of ideology.

That's what originally made death and black metal so dangerous in their mind because it was an open rejection of the egalitarian artistic mindset that only safe art, or emotional expressionism can be real art, and all classical forms of art are oppression of the self because they demand discipline and a set of personal goals and standards to create.


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Interzone / Re: Hello, I am new to the forum, but old to this site.
« on: August 15, 2013, 10:47:36 AM »
Oh I know. I like it. How long until the captchas go away?

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Interzone / Neoclassical hub on direct connect:
« on: August 15, 2013, 02:37:07 AM »
Does this still exist? Or does any infrastructure exist for checking out new things other than random blogs?

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Interzone / Hello, I am new to the forum, but old to this site.
« on: August 15, 2013, 02:13:09 AM »
I've been a lurker for a long ass time, and now I got an account because I feel like the internet has become a social media echo chamber of mediocrity and I like the discussions here.


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