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Interzone / George Washington Carver
« on: February 06, 2012, 11:51:10 PM »
He deserves points just for inventing peanut butter, but he was a pretty intelligent and respectable man otherwise.
I politely disagree and beg of you to peruse the following link, sir.

Interzone / Copulation Metal
« on: September 26, 2011, 05:38:30 AM »
I've been thinking about metal songs to bang girls to. "Rock out with my cock out", if you will. Resurrections "Torture Chamber" and Morbid Angels "Blessed Are The Sick" come to mind.

Mutiilation's album "Remains of a Ruined, Dead, Cursed Soul" might be good if you're into bondage and S&M, but that ain't me.

Metal / Metal is modern classical, Hardcore Punk is modern folk music
« on: September 10, 2011, 07:24:08 PM »
It has often been asserted that Metal is to one extent or another a continuation of Romantic Classical, if this is the case, then I have to suggest that Hardcore Punk music may be a continuation of folk music.

I see many parallels: Hardcore is structurally simple music by definition. It is usually made casually by a group of close friends, often with some of the members not particularly musically inclined aside from playing their instruments. They often view it more as a way to socialize and have fun than an artistic desire to create something of beauty, although that may and often does factor in as well.

The songs are usually short, rarely longer than 5 minutes. I've been told that back in the heyday of Hardcore, punks were often preferred bands from their general area over foreign bands, even when music from far away was available. Such regionalism is a rather folkish sentiment in my view.

In addition, the way Metal and Hardcore Punk have interacted over the years mirrors the relationship between classical and folk. Metal sometimes uses hardcore punk technique to imbue the music with a sense of fun, excitement and youthfulness, such as Speed Metal. Casualness, for lack of a better word. Many Hardcore bands that slowly turn more Metallic album after album often do so in an attempt to show off their musical ability, as if to prove they can write complex music as well. When they do this, the music often becomes more heavily structured and sometimes more serious. The first three Suicidal Tendencies albums show this pattern in particular.

There are many more parallels between the genres that I can't quite put into words right now, so I leave it to you fine Hessians to discuss.

Interzone / (Water) Fasting
« on: July 29, 2011, 01:20:18 AM »
I have been researching fasting and it's physical, and to a lesser extent psychological, effects on the faster. The information on this, like many health related topics, is very convoluted and reliable sources are hard to come by. I have heard and read much talk of "detoxifying" the body through fasting. I'm a little skeptical although interested and was wondering if anyone knows of any good writings or perhaps scientific studies on the subject.

Given the demographics that these forums attract, I wouldn't be surprised if someone reading this has fasted themselves. If this is the case I'd obviously be very interested in hearing about the experience.

Interzone / Japanese
« on: June 15, 2011, 03:34:00 AM »
They're probably going to be fucked forever seeing as how the best of their society kills themselves constantly, thus eliminating the most honorable (positively correlated with intelligence) from their society and gene pool. Most of the best probably died in WWII. Too bad, they were probably the most intelligent and interesting of the east Asian nations. I guess east Asia will be all China here on out and Japan will just be an unsinkable aircraft carrier for the US.

Metal / Hey dudes
« on: April 28, 2011, 07:53:24 PM »
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Interzone / How to deal with Christmas?
« on: December 11, 2010, 09:46:01 PM »
You have to go up your butt and around the corner to find the best christmas gifts.

Metal / Should people post links to their favorite bands?
« on: October 31, 2010, 04:38:49 AM »
This is some real important Metal news, thanks for alerting everyone that another talentless band of poseurs thinks it's still the 1990s and thinks their shit is new and profound. I know you're smarter than this.

Metal / Use of female vocals in Metal (gimmicks aside)
« on: October 25, 2010, 04:57:42 AM »
I've been listening to Gorgoroths real albums lately (Self titled and Anti-christ) and it's been making me think about how female vocals may be used to achieve a certain atmosphere that would not be possible with a male vocalist. Females can distort their voice to painful shrieks that would give an excellent atmosphere of derangement and hysteria. The only female underground Metal vocalist I know of is Lori Bravo of Nuclear Death and Dana Duffey of Mythic. I haven't listened to them in over a year  but if my memory serve me right both of their vocalists employ more of a grunt and mostly not particularly feminine to me unlike Gorgoroths vocalist on their first two albums, which is a better example of the sort of aesthetic I'm thinking of but I'm sure we can get higher than that with a more skilled female vocalist. The only problem is finding a woman with a beautiful voice willing to tear up her throat in the name of art!

Interzone / Can all music be catagorized into a specific genre?
« on: September 27, 2010, 12:54:59 AM »
Can you make a music without a genre? Simply put, I do not have enough experience as a appreciator of music to form an opinion. Also, if not all music can be categorized into a particular genre, what are some example of music without categorization?

Interzone / Why not genocide
« on: September 17, 2010, 04:45:15 AM »
Why do sites like ANUS, Corrupt, and Amerika appear to be against exterminating all other (non-European) ethnic groups? To me "pan"-nationalism is similar to individualism, except we replace individuals with nations. Not all nations are equal nor do all nations (or any nation for that matter) have a right to exist. Some nations are weak and will be taken over and preferably exterminated so their genes never threaten humanity again. It would appear to me Europeans (and their descendents in the Americas and Australia) are the greatest strain of humanity with more genius than any other race and the history of Europeans dominating other races shows this quite clearly. The only other race to have given Europeans any true competition are Mongoloids (particularly Mongolians and to a lesser extent Japanese). I know many may write this off as me having an "emotional reaction" or whatever but I'm not and I'm certainly not a "White Nationalist" which is probably more or less anti-nationalist anyway. I'm just concerned with why even the remainder of noble Europeans seem to be reluctant to accept the seemingly obvious fact they are the greatest race of man, and that the Earth belongs to them.

Metal / Post-INRI Sarcofago
« on: August 04, 2010, 03:53:55 AM »
I think the INRI by Sarcofago is the most severe Metal to come from South America ever, I was curious what men of discerning tastes think about post INRI Sarcofago because as far as I can tell from a cursory listening of Rotting it sounds like a watered down INRI but maybe there is some sublimity to the music I'm not seeing. Is anything else by them worthy?

Interzone / The Return
« on: September 26, 2009, 10:34:41 AM »
If one day humanity decides to leave behind modern lifestyles and embrace more prudent philosophies, what should be done with all the useless media we have? Things like pornography, modern art, idiotic entertainment, etc. Should it be destroyed or kept for future generations to see how decadent humanity once was?

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