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Metal / Spear of Longinus update
« on: December 03, 2005, 07:11:40 PM »
Warning - never view a film in the presence of another humanoid.
They interfere with the reception from on high.

War of the Worlds;
Can you survive a jet liner landing on your house?
Tom Cruise can.
Can you survive invasion by a superior species planned millenium ago?
Tom Cruise can.
Can you not wear a hard hat?
Tom cruise can.
Must be them scientological connexions eh!
Excellent special effex but.
Why are humans so impressed by insect type things killing them and peering at them? I've always been waiting for the conditions to change so that those nice little garden skinks can change back into full size killer dragons!

Pact with the Devil;
How come this bloke gets it so easy?
I've been loking for the Devil for years, still no luck.
Hail the Bacchus/Machiavell kult!
We almost overlooked this one because of it's dodgy look, but check it out.

Narco, secret adventures of Gustav Klopp;
A french film about a fellow who falls asleep continually due to a medical condition. A light hearted story that ends up with the characters on a path of self discovery, of sorts.
Seems to be directed at the mid 30's age bracket. Comes with a short cameo by Jean Claude Van Damm rigth at the end, the sage that he is.

White Noise;
What's this, something half decent out of hollywood, AND, starring Michael Keaton?! Dosen't really add up does it?
Nevertheless this film has some merit despite the usuall shortcomings that Americans seem impelled to inflict on their audience.
Usuall thing, contemporery "spooky" beginning with suitable sounds and such. Set the agenda with some sappy emotional manipulation, for those with boiled eggs for brains, then in a clumbsy sort of way we get introduced to E.V.P. Elektronik Voice Phenomenon. Something the rest of us blakened dirty okkult metal magus revolutionarys have known about for years, a pleasing past time for all necrologists to be sure.
The film starts of with some "quotes."
" no body knows whether our personalities pass on to another existence or sphere, but, if we can evolve an instrument so delicate as to be manipulated by our persomality as it survives in the next life, such an instrument ought to record something........", Thomas Edison 1928.
In the film they use TV's, videos and computers.
Our 2nd degree students use each other and evill hisssing guitarz!
Despite the most unexpected shit ending; worth checking out.
Oh yes, when you get to the 2nd degree, you will be able to raise the % quoted at the end most admirably.

Batman Begins;
An improvement on portraying the true ethos of the Vehmic Bat Overlords.
Feudal Master Camazotz himself, hinted that the film hinted, that some of the training methods and practices protrayed in the film were what can be expected by the lower grades of the order!
Hail Vengeance, Hail Retribution.
Train hard.

Von Sol.
Token , grip, sign, word.

- Spear of Longinus <spearoflonginus@yahoo.com>

828
Metal / Morbid Thoughts Records - Demilich tour
« on: November 28, 2005, 04:52:58 AM »
News:
http://www.myspace.com/24999085

Site:
http://www.morbidthoughts.net/

"Morbid Thoughts Records was created to support the death and black metal community and bands. Over the past two years MTR has assisted both local and international bands in getting exposure, publication and credit. Our specialty is collectible vinyl LPs made with care and diligence of presentation. We support both underground legends and new talent, and can help bands and fans connect through a common worship of metal!"

829
Metal / Favorite metal fanpage
« on: November 23, 2005, 05:00:48 PM »
http://web.telia.com/~u85305577/music/

It's hard to describe this: offhanded might be a good term. Still, a lot here, and a link to DLA since... jesus fjuck? Probably pre-1996. <3 d90-two

http://web.telia.com/~u85305577/music/


830
Metal / Gnostic - former ATHEIST drummer
« on: November 23, 2005, 04:34:53 PM »
Hello. My name is Todd and I play in a band called
Gnostic. Our drummer, Steve Flynn (from the Tampa
Death metal band ATHEIST) started the band and we have
made our first demo. I would like very much to send
you a copy for you to review. Please let me know if
you are interested. If you would like, you can also
download
high quality MP3 files of the songs at

http://www.mindctrl.com/gnostic/

831
Metal / For the gay metalhead...
« on: November 11, 2005, 03:37:27 AM »

832
Metal / exponentiation ezine issue 2 out now
« on: November 07, 2005, 01:08:46 AM »
exponentiation zine [issue: 2.0]

OUT NOW

For a belief higher than material comfort, one must turn both
to the ancients and to the future. A traditionalist ezine,
exponentiation [2.0] explores idealism, nihilism and realism
in the arts, philosophy and culture. Visit now and read our
free online version of the latest issue, released November 5,
2005.

NEWS
al-Qaeda and Marijuana
CEOs and Rape

ART
Karjalan Sissit, VNV Nation, My Bloody Valentine
Tom Wolfe, John Le Carre

FOOD
Gnocchi, Garlic Chicken, Arugula

FEATURES
German Impressionistic Cinema
Averse Sefira
Globalization

LITERATURE
John Frostwood, Skeeze Whitlow, Steve Cynical

issue [2.0]:
OUT NOW

http://www.anus.com/zine/


833
Metal / Pushead (Prong, Metallica, Septic Death)
« on: October 30, 2005, 12:21:49 PM »

834
Metal / Samhain - Live 1984 DVD
« on: October 19, 2005, 12:54:11 AM »
 Samhain
Live 1984 at the Stardust Ballroom, Hollywood, CA
(48 minutes/Music Video Distributors)

This hand-filmed, single-camera narrative documents a time when underground music was still struggling to find its path, and while the quality may not be that of a slick professional recording, the delivery of the band is captured in as much detail as is needed. The sound, when it is not cutting out, is good and separation between instruments and vocals can be heard clearly. Glenn Danzig is an energetic vocalist without either the jaded reserve or overindulgent showmanship of later years, and the crowd looks shellshocked and unsure of what they're seeing, which has the advantage of them doing fewer stupid things to mar enjoyment of the performance. The band are economical with their onstage motions, and tight in their playing, which gives these songs the same power they have coming off of a CD. An enclosed sticker provokes some nostalgia for the time, an age of xeroxed posters and grimly absurd art, of people gathering in long-forgotten clubs to bash out violent performances. For those who like what Samhain were about, this DVD is everything that could be desired from this foundational band.  

http://www.anus.com/metal/about/video/

Win one for free:

http://www.anus.com/metal/about/contest/

835
Metal / Havohej tribute
« on: September 28, 2005, 10:48:08 PM »

836
Metal / Hurricane music
« on: September 22, 2005, 01:46:55 PM »
Rita's about to hit, and I need something I can hear over the roar of the generator. Any suggestions? First person to mention Scorpions gets enlisted forcibly in British navy.


837
Metal / Art as communication
« on: September 16, 2005, 01:40:59 AM »
Itís people who write music because they are obsessed that I like; because they have something to say and no other way to say it.

http://believermag.com/issues/200509/?read=interview_mothersbaugh

838
Metal / Morbid Saint
« on: September 12, 2005, 12:11:34 AM »
Apparently, they're not Christians. Band history/mp3s here:

http://www.pcmdusa.com/ms/

839
Metal / Demilich to play Maryland Death Fest 2006
« on: September 11, 2005, 01:07:36 AM »
If all goes as planned, we'll play in Maryland Death Fest on May 2006. We may have other gigs in the USA, too, but nothing's as confirmed as the MDF one now. That will also be the last chance to see us, except for the final gig in Kuopio that we'll arrange after it. The band will split up then, and if the US gigs fail, even earlier.

Demilich Homepage

Maryland Death Feast


840
Audiofile / Dirty Rotten Imbeciles (DRI)
« on: September 03, 2005, 11:00:09 PM »
D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles)
D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles) MP3s



D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles)

"The band that started and defined the thrash genre of hardcore punk/heavy metal crossover known for brutal, short, blasting songs with extreme anti-control ideology. Highly recommended."

D.R.I. - Dirty Rotten LP (1984) [ CD $9 ]

D.R.I. - Dirty Rotten LP (1984, x)

D.R.I. - Dealing With It! (1985) [ CD $8 ]

D.R.I. - Dealing With It! (1985, SendItz)
D.R.I. - Dealing With It! (1985, Mega)

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