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Metal / Re: Albums similar to Dechristianize by Vital Remains?
« on: October 17, 2010, 11:03:49 AM »
I don't like Dechristianize, but I'm guessing Rebaelliun - Annihilation.

Interzone / Re: Mixed race as opposed to Pure race
« on: October 17, 2010, 08:09:29 AM »
It's clear that anus needed a thread like this, my compliments to you MachinalHeidegger. With the exception of a few users like my aids, your arse I haven't seen much intresting brought to the table, except perhaps original ways to promote irrelevant view-points. Quite intriguing what Mikey said: 'whites created almost all modern technology-cars, planes, computers, tv, radio, photographs, recorded sound, microwaves,refrigerators, indoor plumbing, telephone etc the japanese have made minor improvements to all these things. the rest of the world has contributed virtually nothing.'

Wow, I’m really proud to be white now, can you give one, JUST ONE reason why my life would be in ruins if I had to miss them. If making technology is the crowning achievement of being intelligent, it is clear that intelligent people are the most self-destructive people on the planet.  Then we should not kill the people below 120 IQ to assure the planet’s safety, we should kill the people who score above!

Nevertheless I’m still waiting impatiently for more reliable sources (the books, essays, research that  MachinalHeidegger mentioned) instead of just giving opinions and beliefs. This still hasn’t been answered by anyone and if it stays that way, this could indicate that most anus users are more dogmatic than they would care to admit.

Metal / Re: Shape of Despair
« on: October 17, 2010, 06:50:15 AM »
I listened to the first two albums quite a lot, really loved them back then. Guess I'll give them another spin this week.

« on: October 17, 2010, 06:44:09 AM »
Sounds like dimmu Borgir Enthrone/Godless era, you must be proud!

Metal / Re: Music Collections..
« on: October 06, 2010, 02:34:05 PM »
I once had the original Fran Marder by Arckanum before it was re-released. I already sold it before I even got the slightest idea that 'everyone' was searching for it. Don't think I have that much special right now, a few original tapes, demo's, old mütiilation, Sepultura & Nazxul LP's.

Metal / Re: Ildjarn: Last Man Standing
« on: June 27, 2010, 01:22:45 PM »
I would agree with graveland except for the fact that since recently (according to my girlfriend) Rob Darken became a fan of Huldrefolk. Huldrefolk has for me a great potential for becoming the worst band on the planet, I think Zimmer's hole, Pantera & Anal Cunt might still have more to offer. Is this the price the man pays for his ideology? If the next graveland releases are going to be influenced by this band, there's no way they can be good, or he should let his inspiration come from everything that they are not. Then again he could like listen to any metalband for achieving that goal.

About Ildjarn, I don't really understand what people who dislike this band are doing here. I can only guess that these individuals somehow know they will like this band eventually, but they haven't got the strength to admit it yet.

Interzone / Re: Weakling appeasers spread USA ass for world rape
« on: June 14, 2010, 05:51:53 PM »
While I would certainly try to counter this situation if I would be an American, I can't help thinking how funny this is.

Metal / Re: Opprobrium
« on: June 08, 2010, 11:19:44 AM »
I listened to the opening track of Serpent Temptation yesterday, it always reminds me of Sepultura (coincidence? Brazil? Guest on Beneath the remains?). Although I need to listen more to the two albums I own (the two first), I'm glad I've put my hands on them when I had the chance. The albums are re-released, but I believe they are still pretty limited.
I wonder if the new albums are worth the attention. And what's the big deal about the Serpent Temptation remake?

Metal / Re: YOUR metal timeline
« on: June 08, 2010, 11:09:28 AM »
Listening to the newer "true" underground metal like Mütiilation, Katharsis, Antaeus and the new Profanatica.

I would doubt the quality of all but the latter, in all honesty (as much as I like Mütiilation).

I used to listen to Katharsis too, but they aren't my cup of Fristi anymore. The 2 first Mütiilations and the other 2 bands are great off course.

Interzone / Re: Marduk vs. Lady Gaga
« on: June 07, 2010, 03:43:41 AM »
Man if it weren't for opus nocturne, this would prove to be an interesting battle.

Metal / Re: www.Metal-Archives.com
« on: June 06, 2010, 03:50:55 AM »
Actually, you get a good view how the metal community works and thinks. It's proven daily that people who buy 100 albums a week don't necessarely have a good taste. I also find it hilarious how so many people are doing re-reviews on albums with completely different ratings.

Metal / Re: Metal 2009
« on: June 06, 2010, 03:35:26 AM »
I might have overlooked it, but I think nobody here mentioned Thesyre -Résistance. Reminds me a bit of S.U.P. and Killing Joke and easily top 5 for 2009.

Metal / Re: National Day of Slayer
« on: June 06, 2010, 03:26:27 AM »
Happy Slayerday everybody! Started this day with Hell Awaits!

Metal / Re: YOUR metal timeline
« on: June 05, 2010, 11:26:25 AM »
1985 Born
I remember one of my first real "loves" was the prodigy, there was also a song by Take That I used to like, but I have no idea what it was.
Somewhere in the 90's I began listening to Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam... and soon moved on to Pitchshifter, Korn, Antiseen, Marilyn Manson Channel Zero, Sepultura and Slayer.
1998 Discovering Dimmu Borgir, BM was my new hero
1999 My "big" metalyear: Dream Theater, Tristania, Pretty Maids, Darzamat, Dan Swäno, Testament, Cradle of filth, The Kovenant, Judas Priest, Therion, Nightwish, Marduk, Emperor, Satyricon, Type o Negative, Slipknot, The Misfits, Soulgrind, Iced Earth, Evereve, Setherial, Enthroned, Mayhem, Darkthrone, Labyrinth, My Dying Bride, Ancient Rites, Summoning, Immortal, Mercyful Fate, Candlemass etc, etc...
2000 Getting more into Death Metal
2001 Mainly listening to Rakoth, Bal-Sagoth, Opeth and Mütiilation
2002-2003 mainly prog-rock, alternative stuff, further explorations in metal, funeral doom
2004 Getting more into "trOO black metal", heavily listening to the flower kings
2005 Slowly getting more stability and more hessianlike taste

Metal / Re: Bands worth hearing thread
« on: June 05, 2010, 03:45:20 AM »
Yes : I have Close to the edge, Relayer, Tales..., Going for the one and off course Fragile.
They are all decent, but Fragile might be the best from these. Relayer is their most proggy thing, more technical than ever. Really something worth to check out. I enjoy Going for the one probably more than the typical yes fan, but I must admit it's a very catchy release. You can already hear the happyness from Tormato echoing in this one.

Anybody heard the new Blood of kingu (sun in the house of the scorpion) yet?

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