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Metal / Re: New York Death Militia International
« on: October 08, 2010, 04:45:47 PM »
It seems logical as most of the NY scene is filled with wigger slam, which encourages such brainless behavior.

I can see that for new york, but here in california there are no wiggers into metal. We do have an overpopulation of brainless dirty mexican thrashers. Their involvement in NYDM has been minimal in my experience. They should be more selective with their membership. I suppose that would cut down drastically on entry fees though.

Interzone / Modern Mentality News Desk
« on: October 07, 2010, 05:17:17 PM »

The superhero's appearance hasn't been finalized, but he definitely will be a Muslim boy in a wheelchair. An early sketch shows a boy who lost his legs in a landmine accident and later becomes the Silver Scorpion with the power to control metal with his mind.

Not only is he disabled, he is also a minority. OoOOOoooOOO we're soo progressive.

Truly shattering the barriers.

At least his super power hasn't been done before...............

Metal / Re: New York Death Militia International
« on: October 06, 2010, 09:43:16 AM »
I should also mention that membership is ~ 100 but BUT you get your official NYDM patch. You must pass initiation which consists of being a servant to the rest of the members. Forced to do humiliating and remedial tasks. Much like a fraternity.  But it's ok bro because we all had to do it. HA.

The members I encountered all had matching leather vests. It was cute. Honestly it appeared as if they had all gone out before the show to buy them and sewed on what few patches they had, including the ever coveted NYDM patch. Pathetic. One of the mongrels even flashed her Belphegor underwear. A few of them were large fans of As I Lay Dying and other metalcore. They had only just heard of immolation a few months ago.

Metal / Re: New York Death Militia International
« on: October 06, 2010, 07:41:31 AM »
My experiences with the NYDM club have been disheartening.
I was lucky (misfortunate) enough to catch big LA New York Death Miltita promoter and president war pig out front of a local venue. He proceeded to discuss with me the benefits of joining this fraternity. One being free promotion and shows booked for your band. I asked him if they supported just any old act. He responded with "yes, as long as you are in NYDM." The sentence was unsuprisingly sprinkled with phrase "bro". I asked him why they allow the filth to procreate and destroy the scene, instead of promoting the truly great music. He looked at me angrily and said, you just don't get it bro.

His accompanying NYDM members that night were Neanderthals at best, hardly able to function on basic instinct alone. They sat and marveled as this war pig fellow boasted on and on about how much money he makes, how long he's been in the scene (40 years), who he knows, who he can book, and how overall great he is.

My overall impression of the southern California NYDM membership is a herd of status chasing serfs.

Metal / Re: Black Metal is Dead
« on: April 07, 2010, 09:45:24 PM »
I heard this band is the new trend:

I probably need to readjust my senses and consider "retro" to be automatically shit. At first I thought bands like Negative Plane could lead to an interesting new subgenre within BM that uses seventies influences in ways that the early Greek BM bands hadn't done yet. But this is just boring rock music with some psychedelic touches. Damn u ajna offensive!!1

Oh and good riddance on Xasthur but it seemed like the trend was dying for a while already anyway. I guess the shift to indie/drone is a good business move.

Oh but they are deep with all the pyramid sigils on their myspace page and stoner 70's melodies. Ajna offensive has a more than this band to put down its name. If I recall, Funeral Mist and DSO are sold there.

Interzone / Re: All men equal before God?
« on: February 14, 2010, 11:56:31 AM »
If you are taking just that quote, all it says is that God does not employ favoritism. Kings and servants alike are given equal opportunity to get judged by God. Heaven and Hell can still exist. Think of it as an equal opportunity employer. You were given the chance to work regardless of disposition and so forth, yet you fucked up by showing up late and drunk daily. Naturally, you are going to lose your job. Same goes for God's final judgment.

Metal / Re: Bands worth hearing thread
« on: February 14, 2010, 11:44:11 AM »
Blood Feast - Kill for Pleasure.


Nothing special at all. Worth avoiding really unless you want to hear standard thrash which is now more than ever, incredibly redundant.

Metal / Re: Cannibal Corpse
« on: February 10, 2010, 07:46:22 PM »
At most you can give them Tombs of the Mutilated. Even then, that album is redundant, sub-par and has maybe two slightly passable songs if you were demolished at a bar and had nothing else to put on the juke box except Journey. Fuck this band.

Metal / Re: Improving Metal
« on: February 10, 2010, 07:42:20 PM »
I think if metal was not such a social event it would help it immensely.  There is still good metal out there, but its the jam sessions done on a shitty 4 track recorder and may never be heard outside of the participants who created it.  Metal is a big social event now, I'm sure it was before, but now its about 'putting yourself out there', how good you promote yourself, how many friends you have working for relapse.  

The work I am most proud of has come from a well in tune jam session.

On topic, complexity or simplicity shouldn't matter as much as depth. Music these days, especially in the metal scene, is surface level understanding. It's only a matter of time till it becomes undesirable again. Outside of the internet, electronic dance music, and this apple store indie rock are getting huge and people generally seem to be put off by the metal aesthetic. Which is a positive thing, since those metal/deathcore bands overrun by Christians will move to infect other forms of music.

Metal / Re: Averse Sefira: hype or reality?
« on: February 10, 2010, 07:32:09 PM »
Very solid band. Tetragrammatical Astygmata is their best release. Advent did not grab me in anyway except the song Vomitorium Angelis.

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