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Messages - Jim Necroslaughter

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Interzone / Re: Free file hosting
« on: September 24, 2013, 05:50:41 PM »
In your opinion what is the best service?

SendItz.  I just did a brief spot check of some stuff I uploaded probably back in February/March and it's still up, so the longevity is really what makes it valuable.

Interzone / Re: Unintentional metaphors for modernity
« on: September 08, 2013, 07:39:15 PM »
We could use a good old fashioned plague.

Metal / Re: New Finnish Death Metal
« on: August 31, 2013, 05:39:20 PM »
It's solid, and oh by the way on the DLA best of 2012.  Favorite track is Vortex Unwinding if anyone wants a one track preview.  Cheers Humanicide.

Interzone / Re: Tattoos
« on: August 30, 2013, 06:50:52 PM »
I don't have one myself, but you guys will get a kick out of this.  Right when my best friend turned 18 he got C.F.H. tattooed on his shoulder.  You know what that stands for?  Cowboys From Hell!  As in Pan-tera!  bahahaaa!  We'll never let him live that one down.

Interzone / Re: Jaguar.
« on: August 27, 2013, 08:03:48 PM »
No death metal, but it does sound like black metal.   ;)

Interzone / Re: Spiritualism
« on: August 21, 2013, 03:58:35 PM »
I can't even read this stuff.
What use is a mind that is filled with this?
Does it actually do anyone any good? Does it create anything for anyone, or for anything?
I discovered a great secret, some years back: the empty mind is the free mind.
Like the cosmos, it is mostly vacuum. Grand, beautiful, magnificent, regal.
But most of all: emptiness, ready to hold any amount of anything, but without needing to.

Maybe that's why so many religions and mythologies have Creation stories.  So that people can then move on with life.

Interzone / Re: Spiritualism
« on: August 21, 2013, 03:23:39 AM »
If I recall correctly, I believe that the difference between the Father and the Holy Spirit is that the Father is the Creator and in a manner of speaking dwells beyond reality.  The Holy Spirit is the aspect of God that is actually in reality, here on earth, everywhere and always.  The Holy Spirit is also what impregnated the Virgin Mary.  The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is not the "us" in Genesis, it doesn't come until much later.  So I don't think Catholicism is actually that concerned with cosmology beyond God the Father creating everything as told in Genesis.

Interzone / Re: Disorder inspires imaginative ideas
« on: August 13, 2013, 11:10:48 PM »
I imagine imagination (heh) is most likely fueled by moving back and forth between order and disorder.  Opposites create friction, friction creates energy, energy is eternal delight.  Also there are two orders of order and disorder (double heh), there is the order and disorder within the mind and there is order and disorder concerning one's external surroundings.

Think about the writer/chaos magician William Burroughs.  He has the ability to write lucidly if he chooses, but some of his best writing might be said to be disordered.  His personal life was fairly disordered, but he seemed to keep it together enough to not completely unravel.  He basically talks about this in his writing.  And as far as his process goes, if I remember right, he was fairly organized in that he had a cache of writing that he archived, but then mixed it all up and edited it together to produce the ultimate "disordered" final draft.

Similarly, I remember an old Hong Kong film with Jackie Chan where he was fighting bad guys in a shopping mall.  Consider it from the point of view of the director.  You have an elaborate set and you can only shoot it once.  You have to systematically plan how you will film it with cameras in the right place, you have to edit and cut properly to achieve maximum effect.  But from the point of view of the actors, they were obviously told to just destroy everything, completely dismantle the set, and go wild.  The end effect was incredibly well organized destruction.  It was a sight to behold and I would say it is a good analogy for how the imagination is fueled.

Metal / Re: Old School Thrash/Death/Black
« on: August 11, 2013, 05:05:36 PM »
Looks like you're going for the seminal/proto era.  I think you're missing Sodom, Hellhammer/Celtic Frost, and Blasphemy.

Audiofile / Desecresy
« on: August 06, 2013, 10:19:24 PM »

Metal / Re: New Finnish Death Metal
« on: August 06, 2013, 08:12:04 PM »
Desecresy:  http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr4Z12L-2uqfAVlTnRcXucMJeqi8mZcjV

Yes, this is a great album,fucking massive sound, like watching the moon collide into the earth.

Sounds about right.
Desecresy:  http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr4Z12L-2uqfAVlTnRcXucMJeqi8mZcjV

This band/album reminds me quite a lot of Greek Black Metal, rather than (Finnish) death metal.

Interesting connection, now that you mention it I'm hearing it.  Makes me like this album even more.

Interzone / Re: Anarchy
« on: August 06, 2013, 08:00:36 PM »
They say the laws in Iceland were not committed to writing until the year 1148.

Interzone / Re: Point of reference
« on: July 30, 2013, 10:07:11 PM »
I really enjoyed this, aquarius.  I think the point is that each side serves to enhance the other side despite the fact that they are "opposites." 

Metal / Re: Is it accurate to say that...
« on: July 11, 2013, 02:56:25 PM »
I did and I didn't.  I got a taste in adolescence, then moved on to other things, and didn't make a concerted effort to really "get" metal until much later.  There's actually no way I would have had the patience or frame of mind to understand the finer points of metal as an adolescent.  I would not have been able to wrap my psyche around Darkthrone or Ildjarn at that age.

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