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Metal / Re: How to be a Black Metal Fan in 2005
« on: December 10, 2005, 04:08:22 PM »
While we're hailing Voivod, Hail Demilich!

Metal / Re: Cannibal Corpse
« on: December 10, 2005, 04:06:23 PM »
Cannibal Corpse = the most overrated band in DM.


Pantera = most overrated band in Speed Metal

Dead Kennedys = most overrated band in Punk

Cradle of Filth = most overrated band in Black Metal

Wow, they've got more in common than I thought.


Metal / Re: Morbid Thoughts Records - Demilich tour
« on: December 10, 2005, 01:11:52 AM »
Demilich MySpace group:

Metal / Re: Thrash
« on: December 09, 2005, 09:11:40 PM »
surely if DRI and COC are to described as Thrash Metal

They're not.

They're described as Thrash.

Thrash != metal

Thrash != punk

Thrash = Thrash

Metal / dead horse frontman: The Plus and Minus Show
« on: December 09, 2005, 09:10:19 PM »
Michael Haaga, of dead horse, now writes indie/alt-rock with groove and a metal edge:


For those who are interested in following his career, here it is.

Metal / Witching Black Records
« on: December 09, 2005, 02:24:10 AM »

Underground black metal, stocks stuff like Demon Realm and Teratism. Alarming lack of Averse Sefira, Demoncy and Absurd ;)

Metal / Re: Averse Sefira - Plagabraha from new album
« on: December 09, 2005, 02:23:26 AM »

Only because RedStream.org is out of stock.

Metal / Re: Dirtnap Darrel remembered
« on: December 09, 2005, 12:48:58 AM »
A year ago today Dirtnap (nee Dimebag, nee Diamond) Darrel was shot and killed while playing some dump with his shitty C-list post-Pantera implosion band.

What did this guy do that was ever of any importance? Pantera brought more morons into metal than special ed classes, cheap marijuana and Cannibal Corpse combined!

Metal / New Rigor Mortis album
« on: December 09, 2005, 12:30:39 AM »
Rigor Mortis - 20th Anniversary CD and Tour!

The original RIGOR MORTIS line up of Bruce Corbitt, Mike Scaccia (MINISTRY, REVOLTING COCKS), Casey Orr (GWAR, X-COPS, THE HELLIONS, THE BURDEN BROTHERS), and Harden Harrison (PERVIS, SPEEDEALER, MITRA) have confirmed that they will record a new Rigor Mortis CD with this lineup and they are currently setting up 20th Anniversary tours for 2006.

A West Coast tour will start on January 13th and conclude on February 4th and 5th when Rigor Mortis plays at the biggest horror movie convention in Texas history… Texas Frightmare Weekend.

Texas Frightmare Weekend – www.texasfrightmareweekend.com
Feb 4th & 5th - Grapevine, TX
View Guest - http://www.texasfrightmareweekend.com/Guests.html
Venue - Grapevine Convention Center - http://www.texasfrightmareweekend.com/Location.html
Advance Tickets - http://www.texasfrightmareweekend.com/Buy%20Tickets.html

Other bigger tours for 2006 are also in the works… including a possible tour with GWAR.  Rigor Mortis is also writing new songs for a new Rigor Mortis CD.  This will be the first CD released by Rigor Mortis in 15 years.  The entire CD will be dedicated to the memory and spirit of Jeff Corbitt (R.I.P.) You can view the Obituary and see a slideshow/movie that was played at Jeff Corbitt’s Funeral at the link below.  Just click on Biography and Play Movie on the right to view this…

Jeff Corbitt Obituary and Slideshow/Movie


I have also managed to put all the pics that I have received so far from our! reunion tour all together on one site.  So if you wanna check out almost 350 pics from many of the shows on our tour… check out the link below.  Anyone else that has pics from the tour that hasn’t sent them to us yet… please send them to brucecorbitt@yahoo.com and caseyorr13@hotmail.com

I am also waiting to get more videos from our tour.  I have only received one so far… the San Antonio show.  I noticed video cameras at almost every show… so come on lazy asses and please make us copies when ya can.  Let me know if you have video footage of our reunion tour and I will give you my address for you to send us copies.

For now just enjoy all the pics w! e have so far from the 2005 Rigor Mortis “Re-Animate” Tour.  Feel free to use them if you wanna help us promote the band.  Just give the photo credit if you do.  Hails!

Rigor Mortis 2005 Reunion Tour Pics


Be sure to join out myspace pages and groups below if you haven’t already…

Bruce Corbitt - http://www.myspace.com/brucecorbitt
Ara! Corbitt (Niece) http://www.myspace.com/beatlesheart
Casey Orr -http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendID=3523021&Mytoken=9943fe93-ad54-4876-bcac-ee3d2587aa12
Rigor Mortis - http://www.myspace.com/rigormortis
Official Rigor Mortis Fan Group - http://groups.myspace.com/officialrigormortis
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metal - http://groups.myspace.com/dfwmetal
Texas Metal - http://groups.myspace.com/texasmetal

Hails to all of you and Happy Holidays!

Bruce Corbitt

Metal / Re: How to be a Black Metal Fan in 2005
« on: December 08, 2005, 02:55:38 AM »
I will agree that it is wrong to judge a band by how much distortion they use - just as it's wrong to judge a band by how fast they are.

Exactly. Recent "black metal" mimics the sound, but can't write the same great music.

Metal / Re: How to be a Black Metal Fan in 2005
« on: December 08, 2005, 02:54:59 AM »
Just because I am half Chinese doesn't mean that it's contradictory for me to support the white race.

Nationalism supports both.

Just tell people you're French ;)

Metal / Re: Thrash
« on: December 08, 2005, 02:04:35 AM »

Metal / Re: How to be a Black Metal Fan in 2005
« on: December 08, 2005, 02:02:11 AM »
This coming from the Hitler of Beijing?

Chinese Nationalists

No word on whether they're National Socialists or not however.

Metal / Re: How to be a Black Metal Fan in 2005
« on: December 08, 2005, 01:59:38 AM »
Also, In this article we have Prozac saying the aesthetics are easy to copy, then he says morbidity is essential in bringing meaning to these bands.

First, thanks everyone for reading.

I think there's a misunderstanding here: language is tricky.

In the context of the article, "aesthetics" = issues such as how much distortion is used, kind of vocals used, how fast the drums are, whether or not bass is distorted. This is distinct from other ways of making dark music, e.g. Dead Can Dance or Diamanda Galas.

In the context of the article, "structure" = composition: type of forms used and complexity therein, relationship between riffs and phrases, degree of melodic versus harmonic coherence, etc.

I think you, TC (thanks for the kind words - ANUS no longer has a thanks list, regrettably), and I are saying the same thing.

Anyway, back to reading these interesting responses.

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