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Metal / Re: Where to buy it?
« on: March 29, 2012, 08:25:20 PM »

UNGOD - Cloaked in Eternal Darkness

   Kneel Before the Master's Throne Records

This is their current label, no idea how reliable they are.

AVERSE SEFIRA - Homecoming's March

This was re-released by Evil Horde but it looks like it has sold out. Anyone seen this somewhere?

Interzone / Re: Is there a bit of this degenerate in all of us?
« on: March 29, 2012, 01:55:33 AM »
Read 2 pages on her site. Basically an abused child with a high IQ: step father was physically abusive, mother was emotionally abusive, father was presumably absent....this is not some kind of horrible unveiling of "the true nature of females".

edit: not saying that women do not desire being dominated, but I think this can be warped by childhood experiences into the desire to be abused/raped/ect...

Metal / Re: Doom metal
« on: March 29, 2012, 01:45:50 AM »
diSEMBOWELMENT is a death metal band as far as I am concerned. Albeit, one that ventures into ambient and doom metal territory.

Doom metal = Skepticism, Cathedral, Thergothon ect...

Heavy metal = Black Sabbath, Pagan Altar, Pentagram, ect....

Metal / Re: Voyoager Golden METAL Record
« on: March 14, 2012, 11:29:45 PM »
3. Burzum - maybe "My Journey to the Stars," but the rest seems too emo now

Fucking revisionism! The first four are still perfect albums.

 How hard is it to ignore a bands later out put? God knows one has to with the three you chose (especially Sepultura).

Metal / REVENGE: Scum.Collapse.Eradication now available.
« on: February 26, 2012, 09:51:29 AM »
From NWN:

For over a decade, Revenge has persisted in cultivating what is arguably one of the most confrontational sounds in the metal underground. Immediate, controlled and utterly violent, their work stands alone in the depth of its hostility and refusal to follow trends.
On their earliest releases, Revenge established a particular sound and general approach to their music that released itself as a cacophonous flood of manic aggression. Their music has continued to evolve through the years, however, and the release of 2008’s “Infiltration.Downfall.Death” saw the band expand its approach to utilize a wider variety of song structures and recording techniques to strengthen its musical assault. Their new album, “Scum.Collapse.Eradication” continues in this vein, with further development in the way the songs are presented augmenting the extremity of the violent chaotic architecture that Revenge created with their previous output.
While Revenge still predominantly relies upon the relentless blasting fury for which they have always been revered, this album, like the last, is punctuated by moments of mid paced sections hammering down into doom ridden bulldozer riffs showing the band striking a perfect balance between genocidal annihilation and individualized slow painful crushing destruction. Additionally, the raw and chaotic production that Revenge utilized on much of their earlier work has been wisely expanded upon just enough to reveal the full spectrum of the instrumentation. While maintaining a very strict dedication to the original sound, aesthetic and structure that has been the foundation of the band since the very beginning. These strategic adaptations have made the songs even more potent and to the point.
The elite, strengthen themselves, and leave the weak behind, and this is precisely the approach that Revenge has taken with this new release. As usual, Revenge’s sound is caustic with the obsessive fury of J. Read’s insane percussive assault and rabid, spiteful vocals. While long time session member Vermin offers a thick and grinding guitar and bass attack beyond anything heard on the bands previous albums.
Consumed with contempt, Revenge continue to press forward walking alone above the weak scum with absolute disregard for all who question their approach. This militant doctrine defines all of Revenge’s work, but it is most prominent on this, their fourth album. All unnecessary elements have been stripped and discarded leaving only the most effective weapons in the Revenge arsenal with which to continue down the supremacist path of undying intolerance for the swine known as mankind.

“ The scam has come undone. Move on it or step aside. Take your place at the back of the line. When it’s time to move equalization begins. Behold forced correction.”

1 Us And Them (High Power)
2 Retaliation (Fallout Prayer)
3 Parasite Gallows (In Line)
4 Filth Solution (Intolerance)
5 Banner Degradation (Exile Or Death)
6 Burden eradication (Nailed Down)
7 Pride Ruination (Division Collapse)
8 Scorned Detractor (Trust No One)
released 20 February 2012
Recording lineup
J. Read Drums/Vocals
Vermin Session Guitar/Bass

Nuclear War Now! Productions
USA /CD/LP/Pic Disc/TS/Hooded Sweatshirt

Advance track: http://nuclearwarnowproductions.bandcamp.com/album/scum-collapse-eradication

Metal / Re: Hate Music
« on: January 24, 2012, 07:48:01 PM »
Conqueror's "War Cult Supremacy" album is really the epitome of all destructive emotions captured in music.

Interzone / Re: Experience: Excuse to claim "wisdom"?
« on: December 13, 2011, 08:38:39 PM »
Thread title IMMEDIATELY brought baby boomers to mind.

Metal / Re: Rites of Darkness III
« on: November 21, 2011, 12:36:47 PM »
Mortuary Drape cancelled and are being replaced with Black Witchery.

Metal / Re: Burzum - From the Depths of Darkness
« on: October 26, 2011, 07:09:08 PM »
I don't mind re-recordings at all (or cover songs for that matter). It's always interesting to listen to old classics in a different light (Suffocation's re-recordings of Breeding The Spawn tracks).

Post jail Burzum is failure, so at this point, this is about the nicest thing he can pull off (unless he started writing ambient again).

Metal / Re: Deicide like bands
« on: October 26, 2011, 07:01:23 PM »
Sinister's (from Nld) "Hate."

Ceremony "Tyranny From Above" as well. Both take the same rhythmic approach as "Legion"

Interzone / Re: A dry brain
« on: October 12, 2011, 07:18:46 PM »

Interzone / Re: Demigod of hipsterdom dies at 56
« on: October 05, 2011, 06:00:59 PM »
The AIDS was strong in this one...

Metal / Re: Guitar Gear/Rig
« on: October 03, 2011, 08:31:24 PM »
Right now im using Dean Markley's and getting an excellent sound from them.

Blue Steel? I hear they kick ass. I have yet to try some though.

"Jazz Nickel Steel Electric Guitar Strings" - fantastic, extremely bright sound. I haven't tried Blue Steel either, i'll keep an eye out next time I need to go on a string haul.

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