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Metal / Re: Best METAL releases of 2016
« on: December 26, 2017, 04:12:34 PM »
I like Condor, but more as a jam/prog band than a metal band. They have some metal-influenced moments, but really not many more than Camel or King Crimson.

Metal / Re: There has never been a better time
« on: December 26, 2017, 04:09:55 PM »
I find movies too manipulative, generally, but made a list of relevant films.

Not much art film on there; I find most of it obvious.

Metal / Re: If you still read or use these forums post here
« on: December 26, 2017, 03:49:01 PM »
Checking in.

Metal / Sodomize The Weak
« on: July 02, 2017, 12:41:00 PM »
Far away from the city
Far away from civilization
A secret farm full of obscure persons
And full of weak cattle exists
Every morning the farm father
Satisfied himself with the cattle
Sodomize the weak creatures
Fatigo, it's an ever flowing plague
No escape from the penis of dead
No hope for all the dead chicks
Crucio, the same procedure everyday
The same thing the whole night
Sometimes, when travelers enter the farm
They won't return from those pervert people
Get strangulated by the evil farmers
Get buried somewhere in the desert around



Metal / Re: Best METAL releases of 2016
« on: December 14, 2016, 02:16:03 PM »
Serpent Ascending
No God Only Pain
Sorcier Des Glaces

Metal / Re: if you listen to blasphemy etc
« on: January 28, 2016, 12:24:37 PM »
Grindcore with black metal atmosphere. Personally I prefer Blood for this, but Fallen Angel of Doom is a great album.

Metal / Re: If you still read or use these forums post here
« on: December 28, 2015, 07:07:22 PM »

Metal / Re: Sacramentum - Far Away From the Sun
« on: December 20, 2015, 10:42:30 AM »
Far Away From the Sun was one of the few albums to maintain the atmosphere and spirit of black metal beyond the strict boundaries of the style.

Metal / Re: Pestilence - spheres
« on: December 20, 2015, 10:41:23 AM »
The challenge Pestilence faces is that, starting with Testimony of the Ancients, they started relying on rock-based riffing and making those riffs more technical through rhythm and harmony, instead of working on riff shape. As a result, their songs lost the narrative dimension and became static verse-chorus with interruptions like rock, and their transitions were driven by lead guitar, dynamics and vocals instead of phrasal riff change. IMHO.

Metal / The essence of the metal view of civilization collapse
« on: November 28, 2015, 04:22:21 PM »
You only get a single chance
The rules are very plain,
The truth is well concealed inside
The details of the game,
You can hear it coming,
You can see it from afar,
It's pale and it glimmers
Like a faded movie star

And out there in the castle,
They're trying to make her scream,
By sticking thumb tacks in her flesh
And cancelling her dreams
Can you find the Valium,
Can you bring them soon,
Lost Johnny's out there,
Baying at the moon

The time has come for you to choose,
You'd better get it right,
Smiling girls with sharp white teeth
Are waiting in the night,
But you want to really get some,
It surely can't be hard,
There's always trouble lurking
When you leave your own backyard

Underneath the city,
The alligators sing,
Of how the fool he cannot dance,
Since someone cuts the strings,
Can you find the morphine,
Try to be so brief,
Lost Johnny's out there,
Looking for relief

That laddie looks so evil,
And you know he really tries,
But every time he makes a play,
That vital number dies,
And Sally buys her underwear,
From a store where no-one goes,
She makes it big in photographs,
On the strength of what she shows,

And here inside the waiting room,
The radio still screams,
And we're shooting children,
To murder all young things,
Can you find your credit card,
For god's sake make it quick,
Lost Johnny's out there,
Trying to turn a trick

Metal / Evolution of the Death Metal Underground
« on: October 05, 2015, 05:21:19 AM »
We have come a long way since 1988, and so has publishing, including the part that happens on the internet.

For one thing, the internet is no longer the frontier. Now it is as mainstream as daytime TV in the 1980s. The audience is different, much bigger and much lower information.

In this new world, if we are going to have a voice for death metal, it first requires that we have a voice that others can hear and understand. That way, when we do speak up about death metal, people listen and get it.

To that end, I'd like you to welcome our new editor:


Next, you might enjoy taking a look at a few site additions:


For a full list of what has changed, see our site map:


Metal / Re: America should have avoided making black metal
« on: July 20, 2015, 05:11:48 AM »
USA, Germany and UK all sat out black metal for some reason. Theory: they were busy succeeding with death metal or power metal at the time.

Metal / Re: Metal improving in 2007
« on: July 20, 2015, 05:11:04 AM »
Metal has been improving since 2007, but the problem is that anything of quality is limited to hobbyist level.

Metal / Re: Bands that you want to see reviewed by DLA
« on: July 20, 2015, 05:10:30 AM »
And 20 years later, absent a few real omissions, the DLA has qualified itself well in its choices.

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