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Metal / FROM THE DEPTHS radio show
« on: May 09, 2010, 07:49:48 PM »
Wes Weaver's (IMPRECATION, BLASPHERIAN) radio show "From The Depths" is on RIGHT NOW and every Sunday night from 10-midnight CST. Check it out.


Interzone / Front page blog
« on: May 05, 2010, 11:24:07 AM »

New changes, thanks to kontinual and the web/graphics help of our team.

Do you like it? Hate it? Feedback can go here.

Do you want to write for it? Contact kontinual.

Rules are simple: good writing on interesting topics, no hate (religious, racial, otherwise) although nationalism and anti-diversity is OK, no euphemisms, no porn.

Metal / Lost BEHERIT 1990 recording found
« on: May 01, 2010, 12:27:22 AM »
I just got a hold of cassette tape that was lost over 15 years!

Yes, this is the one we recorded in 1990 for the debut album.

Although there's no big difference, but these tracks were recorded in a real studio.


Rare release inbound in 3-2-1...

Metal / Punk reveals hammy, aging side
« on: April 25, 2010, 08:46:55 AM »

The 200-strong gathering sang along to McLaren's version of the Max Bygraves song You Need Hands, and were encouraged to dance.

Dame Vivienne said: "I am very, very sad that unbelievably Malcolm is dead and I just wanted to say on this cruel, cruel day... get a life, do something with it."

Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, whose tribute was read out by Joseph Corre, joked about a fall-out over royalties.

"Dear Malcolm, did you take the money with you? Is it in the coffin? Do you mind if I come back tomorrow and dig you up?

"I always had a soft spot for you. You showed me a lot when I was 17... and I owe you a lot for showing me a different side to life."

After the service, the Buzzcocks' Steve Diggle told the BBC it was "a very moving thing, very powerful".


Metal / SLAYER release new video interview with post-surgery Tom Araya
« on: April 06, 2010, 04:09:38 PM »
Tom's first post-surgery interview is now posted on AOL Noisecreep's ''Creep Show."

Watch the full interview podcast here


Interzone / [META] Activities of our users
« on: March 22, 2010, 08:14:51 PM »
Maybe you'd like to share something you've produced:

* Business
* Writing
* Music
* Visual Art
* Cinema
* Serial killing

Post it here.

Metal / Graphic designer needed for INTERESTING TIMES magazine
« on: March 09, 2010, 02:28:50 PM »
Those of you who have been following us on Twitter know that technical failures have caused major delays with issue 4. At this point we have tried everything and it still won't work. It won't get fixed until Imoto gets a new computer and such, which could take until summer.

So, I am looking for someone who can work with me on issue 5. Those of you here who wrote for issue 4 (xenovalent and mecha_buddha come to mind) have my gratitude and we won't forget your efforts! Your stuff will be out some day, eventually...

Anyone up for it? You must have insane work ethic, l337 skillz with graphic design, and preferably be a red wine-drinking hippie with atrocious taste in music.


Metal / RFI: Thomas Tallis
« on: January 31, 2010, 10:14:27 PM »
The author Terry Pratchett has been careful to mention this guy. He sounds interesting:


Does anyone know anything about him?

Interzone / ANUS.com review on Amazon.com
« on: January 30, 2010, 07:41:21 PM »
From the internal list:

I posted this tonight to Amazon.com for their review of ANUS.com

It's designed to be confrontational and humorous, hence the name A.N.U.S. (American Nihilist Underground Society).

Our basic outlook:

* Human feelings, emotions, fears, euphemisms, politeness, social pressures, marketing and politics are all intrusions onto what we should truly be doing, which is understanding ourselves enough to understand reality as it is and adapt to it.

* Most human beings are worthless because they are thoughtless and selfish, therefore destructive, and so we should evolve to a higher level where we possess none of these individuals and the rest of us push ourselves to higher levels of innocence, discipline, playfulness, moral awareness and attentiveness to reality.

* Multiculturalism is an attempt to destroy indigenous groups and benefits no one, in the long term. Diversity is an averaging and destruction of unique traits in an effort to un-do natural selection and evolution.

* Religion must be understood as transcendental and reverent, no matter what the tradition.

* Capitalism is important as a form of social Darwinism, but we need some kind of collective organic culture to guide us toward healthy and thoughtful things so we don't need government.

* Blasphemy and heresy are healthy practices along with transcendental meditation.

The site endorses the following books sold on Amazon:

* Reverence: Renewing a Forgotten Virtue
* Republic (Oxford World's Classics)
* Nietzsche: Untimely Meditations (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy)
* The Elementary Particles
* On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason (Dodo Press)
* Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics That Will Be Able to Come Forward As Science With Kant's Letter to Marcus Herz, February 27, 1772: The Paul Carus Translation
* The Critique of Practical Reason
* The Song Of God: Bhagavad- Gita
* The Doctrine of Awakening: The Attainment of Self-Mastery According to the Earliest Buddhist Texts

They also endorse death metal reviews, which I write with my cohorts Kontinual and Cynical, which are designed to represent in textual form the sound of this technical, esoteric and thoughtful genre.


I think we should post this text everywhere the ANUS question comes up.

Metal / Why do metal bands decline as they gain experience?
« on: January 24, 2010, 09:27:09 AM »
From another thread:

Why is it that so many classical musicians and composers get BETTER as they age, but metal bands universally head toward the worse side of their careers?

Several factors leap immediately to mind:

1. The economic model of the recording industry not only doesn't encourage artistic development, it actively impedes it.
2. Fan expectations (if you make us feel inadequate, we'll stop buying your records)
3. The practical limitations of distorted guitar, bass and drum combo
4. Lack of formal training

I'd think life would be like D&D: the more experience you get, the more hit points you can inflict.

Metal / Hacksaw
« on: January 24, 2010, 08:11:35 AM »
IMHO,The zenith of modern-style death metal. Aesthetically, it has some metalcore-isms (most notably the alternating scream/gurgle style vocals); structurally, however, this band wields very cohesive and logical songwriting. These compositions all use extended phrasing to build distinct beginnings, climaxes & resolutions without losing continuity. It's worth a listen, at the very least.

From the Audiofile topic Hacksaw

Metal / Preserving metal history
« on: January 22, 2010, 09:59:22 AM »
I think we can agree that like most cultural movements, metal is a few leaders and then a ton of followers. The leaders are important and as long as their contributions are remembered, people have a foundation to build on.

Of the things the Dark Legions Archive doest, some of the biggest influences involve the preservation of metal history:

Kind of like what burzum.com originally did, before everyone simply went to the .org for the official propaganda.

Who's with me?

Audiofile / Apostasy
« on: January 15, 2010, 03:26:56 PM »

Audiofile / Black Funeral
« on: April 16, 2008, 02:19:11 PM »
Black Funeral
Black Funeral MP3s

"One of original US black metal acts, this band has slowly moved from the cold European style to highly conceptual, noise- and industrial-tinged ritual music."

Black Funeral - Az I Dahak (2004) [ CD $8 ]

Black Funeral - Az I Dahak  (2004, Mediafire)

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