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Metal / Re: Early Vader
« on: August 19, 2005, 10:46:46 PM »
Vader's demos are good. For those too young to remember, one of the reasons their demo sold so well is that it was one of the few (4) death metal bands active behind the Iron Curtain at that time.

Study Questions:

1. What was the Iron Curtain?

2. Where were Vader from?

3. What events after WWII might have shaped that country at the time?

Metal / Re: NSBM  [ FAIL ]
« on: August 19, 2005, 10:45:02 PM »
There's an easy way to deal with NSBM if you don't like it. Don't listen to it. It's here to stay until the Thought Police round everyone up.

I'm not worried about that. I think NSBM is an insult to both NS and BM. It's an easy bandwagon. Notice that the first Absurd album was genius, but their later stuff is crap. Political allegiance is coming before artistic and philosophical integrity. It's too easy to sign up and say "Yeah, I'm an NSBMer, too!" The original national socialism wasn't like this, because it wasn't an identity. I think this is why NS didn't do so well. It wasn't extreme enough. It didn't do enough to cull the white herds, it didn't do enough to discipline people's minds, and it didn't restore a traditional order. It was still too modern. I like John Milius' statement that he's a "Zen fascist." That about describes me, because I think that through conflict, we will be able to perpetrate the rudiments of eugenics on the population. However, there's still a lot of talented but retrograde people out there who need to be killed first.

NSBM now is a complete bandwagon. If you put the right symbols on your CDs, and say the right things, you're accepted even if the music is crap. Not surprisingly, all but a couple NSBM bands are total shit, and none of it (except Absurd, Graveland, Burzum) is on par with the original Nordic black metal explosion. If you hate NS, you should support NSBM, as that negative pointless and boring music reinforces public conceptions of NS as being for ludicrous idiots who cannot tell the difference between good music and crap. If you like NS, I'd surely get the fuck away from NSBM or "white power" music in general.

Metal / Re: Sepultura?
« on: August 19, 2005, 10:40:37 PM »
Personal opinion: Andreas Kisser is largely to blame for killing them creatively and turning them into a speed metal hybrid.

Their first two works are their only worthy contributions, with Bestial Devestation being the better of the two.

Basically, everything with Kisser is better left in the delete bin.

Freddy, I thought about this for some time today. See if this scenario fits your vision.

Band starting out is unsure of technical ability. When they finally got a real "legit" shredder lead guitarist, they embark on a course designed to make their music more technically adept.

With Arise, they nailed it. And suddenly -- there is a lack of new direction. At that point, one of the formative guys who was previously held in check by the mystic imagination of Wagner Antichrist, starts doing what he knows lots of people will like and makes leftist political music.

I like Morbid/Bestial and Beneath the Remains, with Arise a distant third. Their newer stuff is really moronic garbage.

Metal / Re: Demilich tshirts
« on: August 18, 2005, 11:59:51 AM »
Demilich will play live in Turku (Finland) on September 30, with Demigod, Centinex and World Below. Remember that any gig can be their last.


For Houston residents:

Metal / Nominon
« on: August 17, 2005, 01:39:41 AM »
Old school Swedish death metal with Suffer and In Aeternam members...




In late January the guys recorded their second full-lenght album "Recremation" at Necromorbus Studio with engineer/producer Tore Stjerna. During March the superdelayed 7" EP "Blaspheming The Dead" was finally released by Greek label Nuclear Winter Rds. The album "Recremation" was released on CD by Konqueror Rds in late April and in May on 12" LP by Blood Harvest Rds. In May NOMINON also played at the cult festival Fuck The Commerce in Luckau, Germany.

Metal / Re: Burzum 101
« on: August 17, 2005, 01:30:37 AM »


Metal / Suffer - Swedish death metal
« on: August 14, 2005, 02:51:53 AM »
Review, cover scan and tracklists for these immortal but nearly forgotten Swedish gods of basic (think Death/Master) death metal with an infusion of primitive eurodeath like first album Atrocity and Morgoth.


Metal / Re: Averse Sefira - Plagabraha from new album
« on: August 14, 2005, 01:23:20 AM »
Promotional video for new album:


Metal / Capricornus
« on: August 13, 2005, 01:22:24 AM »
Former Graveland drummer and composer Capricornus is active in Thor's Hammer, Capricornus and Infernum. All three are flowing melodic black metal, but Thor's Hammer and Capricornus have an OI/HC influence. This is one of the few things to come out of post-1994 NSBM that does not suck exquisitely.

Sunwheel on Stalhelm

Alone Against All

Die Wilde Jagd

Black March

Metal / Re: Averse Sefira - Plagabraha from new album
« on: August 11, 2005, 12:01:12 AM »
Averse Sefira - "Plagabraha" from new album "Tetragrammatical Astygmata" out July 26 on Evil Horde Records, Brazil.


Metal / Re: Averse Sefira - Tetragrammatical Astygmata
« on: August 10, 2005, 10:34:32 PM »
New review, tracklist, cover scan of Averse Sefira's latest album, "Tetragrammatical Astygmata," released on July 26 worldwide by Evil Horde Records from Brazil.


Averse Sefira website:


Averse Sefira interview:


Evil Horde Records:


These distros will have the CD:

http://www.cmdistro.com/shop/index.aspx?page=search&search=Averse%20 Sefira&option=Band



Metal / Re: Rigor Mortis - original lineup - live in Ft Wo
« on: August 10, 2005, 03:02:45 PM »
Reunited RIGOR MORTIS To Embark On 'Reanimate' Tour - Aug. 10, 2005
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 announced their first shows together in 15 years. The Re-Animate tour starts with a handful of Texas dates in October, with tentative plans to continue after the first of the year followed by a new album. Dates so far are as follows:

Oct. 21 - The Backroom - Austin, TX
Oct. 22 - The Galaxy - Dallas, TX
Oct. 23 - Jacks - San Antonio, TX
Oct. 24 - Lucy's - San Marcos, TX
Oct. 28 - Fitzgerald's - Houston, TX
Oct. 29 - The Axis - Ft. Worth, TX

More dates will be announced soon.


Metal / Jesu - Jesu
« on: August 09, 2005, 11:13:30 PM »
Jesu - Jesu (Hydrahead, 2004)

Of the so-called "post-rock" genre, formed by combining jazzy modern rock with emo punk rock and artcore metal, few releases manage to do more than emo did, which is give you something to cry to - with a catchy chorus. Ex-Godflesh personnel however manage to synthesize the cartographic song format of Godflesh with the droning, husky, textural noise of Final, and with an injection of the declining melodies of punk from Fugazi onward, make a record that can be contemplated like a black metal album but used to set a mood in the way ambient records always have.

Read the Rest:

Metal / Fearless Iranians From Hell
« on: August 09, 2005, 05:41:56 PM »
New review, tracklist, cover image for this foundational San Antonio thrash band (compare to early Suicidal Tendencies):


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