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Metal / Varathron, Deceased, Pax Mortis
« on: May 06, 2005, 09:58:17 PM »

Pax Mortis, Deceased, Varathron and Adversary

Metal / Averse Sefira - Plagabraha
« on: May 06, 2005, 07:41:04 PM »
New track from "Tetragrammatical Astygmata":


Metal / Mortem - new album tracks
« on: May 06, 2005, 07:21:51 PM »

Metal / Burzum blamed for church arson
« on: May 05, 2005, 11:37:08 AM »
Church arsonist blames heavy-metal hero
By Steve Butcher
May 5, 2005

A devoted follower of a Scandinavian band notorious for its heavy metal anti-Christian music burnt down a majestic Moonee Ponds church in a multimillion-dollar arson attack.

Novak Majstorovic had drunken visions of the 107-year-old Ascot Vale Uniting Church being responsible for society's problems with law, ethics and morality.

Majstorovic, 19, admitted his passion for the band Burzum, whose lead singer was allegedly involved in burning down numerous Norwegian churches in the 1990s, helped create a heavy metal ideological imagery based on good and evil.

"It can be explained through any real meanings, you know, but using God and Satan is just like a... it's an image," he told police after his arrest.

Victorian arson squad detectives treated Majstorovic as a suspect after investigations revealed his interest in Burzum and "black metal" music and culture.

Police learnt the band's lead singer Varg Vikernes, now in jail for murder, was commonly referred to as a Satanist, but was regarded more as deeply anti-Christian and anti-Semitic.

Majstorovic yesterday appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court to plead guilty to arson and burglary from the fire in Maribyrnong Road, Moonee Ponds, on August 29, 2004.

His lawyer Shannon Dellamarta said the damage was valued at more than $3 million.

In a summary tendered to the court, the church, widely used by its local community, was described as majestic and ornate. Its irreplaceable pipe organ and historic records were destroyed in the fire.

Majstorovic, who had drunk half a bottle of bourbon, had earlier left a party, telling guests he was going to burn the church. After entering, he lit Bibles, scrap paper, books and flags near the pulpit and left.

Asked days later by Detective Sergeant Andrew Kerr if he considered the elderly who had cried over the church or what it had stood for, Majstorovic replied: "It was what it stood for, but it's... it's just an object, you know. It's just a building. Faith lies with the individual."

Pressed by Sergeant Kerr about it being sacred and a "heart and soul of things", he said that the church "doesn't like people to cling to any sort of idols here on earth".

Majstorovic said that because he was drunk and near a church he thought he would act on an ideological belief the church was responsible for society's problems.

"A lot of the concepts of my ideologies and stuff would, sort of, stem from heavy metal, from the imagery of heavy metal, from the metaphors that heavy metal uses with the, like, Christian sort of metaphors of good and evil and such," he said.

Magistrate Lisa Hannan bailed Majstorovic, of Hoppers Crossing, to appear in the County Court on August 23.


Metal / Nordvargr / Drakh - Cold Void of Nothing
« on: May 04, 2005, 09:00:17 PM »
Cold Void Of Nothing

NORDVARGR / DRAKH is an project hailing from the infamous MZ412 camp. The sound of NORDVARGR / DRAKH is darker and more ambient than the classic rhythmic sound of MZ. 412 - perfect for magic practices and sex rituals. You can expect a weird and strange journey which does NOT sound like anything you are used to... but it is music that "grows" on you!!!!!


1. Void Ad Infernum
2. Apostel Of Insanity
3. Serenaden Nocturnes
4. Into Darkness Forever
5. A Profusion Of Evil
6. N.D.S. v2

Contact: "Fluttering Dragon" <xak@serpent.com.pl>

Metal / Averse Sefira - Plagabraha from new album
« on: April 28, 2005, 07:51:42 PM »
"Tetragrammatical Astygmata" is mastered and completed. All hail to Necromorbus for his excellent work. You can hear the first song released from the new work at the following link:


Metal / Free Metal MP3s Thread
« on: April 27, 2005, 01:20:16 PM »
Here's one I found again today:


Varathron, Avernus, Deceased, Pax Mortis, Adversary

Metal / Re: Demilich tshirts
« on: April 26, 2005, 11:51:39 PM »

Metal / Re: Demilich tshirts
« on: April 20, 2005, 11:30:10 PM »
Shirt #1 sold out (but not like Metallica); waiting list for future shirts linked here:


Metal / Dark Planet
« on: April 17, 2005, 07:52:12 PM »
"Dark Planet: Visions of America," the controversial film about American youth and 4 of their most extreme subcultures, has arrived on DVD!  The
first feature-length documentary to cover American Black Metal (in English) can now be purchased at www.darkplanetfilms.com , and includes interviews
and performances by bands like KRIEG, AVERSE SEFIRA, and NOCTUARY, among others.  The film has already shown in several theaters, made TV news and recently won the Youth Documentary Award in Colorado's Envoy Film Festival.


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