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Messages - Master Cthulhu

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Interzone / Re: Painless and fun DIY intoxicant
« on: June 01, 2010, 10:05:04 PM »
Don't smoke the marijuana in Britain, either.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_-Hf0NXMNU

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Metal / Re: DLA interrogates Wolves In The Throne Room.
« on: June 01, 2010, 07:23:20 PM »
Two Hunters is an amazing album. Very good ambience, and the black metal on it is also done well.

I don't know too much in detail about what they "stand" for, but I love the idea of living on a small plot of land in the woods, subsistence farming for your needs. I too hope to do that (although I would still have to work a bit, unfortunately not everyone can sit at home all day making black metal :p).

The debut is ok, but it doesn't match the level of Two Hunters. The stuff afterward I have not even heard, because I'm not even interested in it.

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Interzone / Re: Painless and fun DIY intoxicant
« on: June 01, 2010, 07:18:54 PM »
Honestly, I don't like getting extremely fucked up.

I like a good marijuana high once in a while, but I don't like to do it around other people very much. It seems like other people can't control it as much as I can, and I always end up being the "responsible" one. I don't get extremely hyper like some do, but I do get an amazing painless feeling, in which I'm "walkin' on sunshine." I love listening to music while on weed, and I find myself paying more attention than usual to things I would not while sober (Filosofem is especially good for this).

I've never tried anything "harder" than weed or alcohol, and I don't really plan to. Sometimes when I'm high even on weed I feel incredibly stupid, and sometimes I have regrets.

People who love to "party" on weed are incredibly stupid, and really are a waste of the substance.

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Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: June 01, 2010, 04:05:53 PM »
I am also a member of the Order of the Silver Night, which I'm sure Cargest has already explained to most of you.

Good to see you on here.  I reckon more of us should frequent the ANUS. 

As if any of us don't already.

We can step up the maturity a bit, though. Sometimes it seems as if we aren't really serious.

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Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: June 01, 2010, 02:37:43 AM »
I have my own one man project entitled Wiccademous, in which I create music influenced by various Doom Metal, Black Metal, and Death Metal sounds, as well as things created in my own mind as psuedo-memories translated to music. I also incorporate a large dose of ambient music as either full tracks, or even inside of "regular" tracks. Lots of my influence comes from the place I live, in a swampy area filled with wildlife and native plants. I love to visit the non-settled areas here, while listening to atmospheric black metal, mostly Burzum.

I am in the process of writing a full length album, and I have completed two demos, only one of which has been released.

This is the link to my first demo, which I have come to despise due to it being my first recording, when my production skills were very poor.

http://www.mediafire.com/?diymz4t2mnq

Note that I have improved greatly at the recording process, and I have gotten a real drum set. The second demo, unfortunately, was lost just after completion because of a major computer virus caused by my anal bestiality porn. With werewolves.

My overall sound has changed dramatically since the first demo, in which I have experimented much further with, although I did keep some of the characteristics found on that recording.

I am also a member of the Order of the Silver Night, which I'm sure Cargest has already explained to most of you.
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I have a couple of recently started projects. One being a band called "Seagrave," who's theme covers the great seas and what lies beneath. I can't really put this project into a genre, but it is naturally crushing and very sludgy.

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Metal / Re: More useful: what contemporary classical is great?
« on: June 01, 2010, 02:02:09 AM »
It helps if you link it:

http://www.myspace.com/luclemay7

I quite enjoyed that. Even though it was a flute concerto, it sounded sort of dark and melancholic.

The production job is absolutely perfect, though. Sounds natural because of the limitations, but it makes the music sound darker than it normally would.

I'll need to look more into modern classical, and Hell, even older romantic and baroque classical music. I've only listened to the "popular" classical artists, like Bach, Beethoven, Dvorak, etc.

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