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« on: October 06, 2010, 06:00:11 AM »

We are very excited to announce that Goregiastic Records has been acquired by Sevared Records! Yes, we will be a key part of Sevared Records, spearheading their drive to be the leader in nowadays' extreme death metal scene!.

As most of you have may guessed, there won't be any changes in the Goregiastic Records Online Shopping experience as a result of the acquisition. Customers will still be able to browse our own/distributed titles, get FREE and cheap shipping (US & overseas customers), buy 3 CD's & get 1 FREE, among other great benefits, all directly from the Sevared Records Online Store!. We look forward to seeing all our loyal, long-time customers ordering from the Sevared Records site and enjoying all the great privileges and advantages received from Goregiastic Records during the past 8-9 years!.

Needless to say, we are excited to join a label like Sevared Records that has supported and innovated on behalf of the extreme, brutal death metal scene for over a decade and is a pioneer in the current underground movement. Like Sevared Records, we believe there is a lot of potential ahead for extreme, brutal underground music and we could not think of a better label to be acquired by during this exciting time!.

Here's an official statement by Barrett, current President/Owner of Sevared Records on this exciting acquisition:

"I'm very sad and happy, that I have acquired Goregiastic Records!!  My Metal brother Andres has given this gift to me and all of Goregiastic's customer's have my word that I will do the same if not better customer service (nothing against Andres)!!!   All orders will be shipped out within 24 hours (except on weekends) customer service will be swift, all orders in the USA will still have FREE shipping, and overseas orders will have cheap shipping!  I will do all my new (hopefully) Goregiastic customers the quickness and reliability that Goregiastic Records gave you over the years, and I can't thank Andres enough and Goregiastic Records for being my Brother in Arms, Good luck to you bro, and to all the Goregiastic customers, you will not be disappointed!!!   I'll miss you bro!!  Barrett / Sevared Records!!”.

We encourage our loyal (both new and old) customers to lay their trust in the hands of Sevared Records from now on and be an active part of what will surely become the definitive leader in extreme, brutal death metal for years to come!.

Within the next 24-48 hours, the Goregiastic Records site will be automatically re-directed to Sevared Records' so every time you visit www.goregiasticrecords.com your browser will automatically re-direct you to www.sevared.com so you can start your online shopping experience with no hassles!

Last but not least, we can't thank enough our family, friends, customers and of course Barrett from Sevared Records for the continuous support and friendship throughout these awesome 8-9 years of hard-work, if it wasn't for you, Goregiastic Records would have never been what it is today and what will become from now on. Eternal thanks to you all.


Interzone / Easy lifestyles: making us durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
« on: September 29, 2010, 08:53:17 AM »
Second-graders who can't tie shoes or zip jackets. Four-year-olds in Pull-Ups diapers. Five-year-olds in strollers. Teens and preteens befuddled by can openers and ice-cube trays. College kids who've never done laundry, taken a bus alone or addressed an envelope.

Are we raising a generation of nincompoops? And do we have only ourselves to blame? Or are some of these things simply the result of kids growing up with push-button technology in an era when mechanical devices are gradually being replaced by electronics?

Susan Maushart, a mother of three, says her teenage daughter "literally does not know how to use a can opener. Most cans come with pull-tops these days. I see her reaching for a can that requires a can opener, and her shoulders slump and she goes for something else."


Fourth trimester abortions needed.

Metal / DOC CUDD plays the anvil
« on: September 29, 2010, 06:02:53 AM »
Doc Cudd, of Barnardsville, master blacksmith at the Biltmore Estate, gave a unique performance, gently hammering on the solid steel anvil and evoking a lovely chimelike sound. He aimed to surprise his listeners. “They think it's going to be bonk, bonk, bonk,” Cudd said.

Rather than craft some recognizable tune, Cudd followed an ancient code created centuries ago by blacksmith masters instructing their strikers to make some tool. Cudd, who has been blacksmithing since age 10 and playing anvil since 15, said it's a rare art.

“My family has been (blacksmithing) for over 400 years,” he said. “There are only four of us in America who still play (anvil) that we know of.” It was his only scheduled fair performance.


playing the anvil > twee emo bullshit indie demi-prog douchemetal

Metal / YNGWIE MALMSTEEN returns with "Relentless"
« on: September 29, 2010, 05:53:00 AM »
"Shred guitar" and "neo classical metal" are two phrases that have been commonplace in the world of heavy metal  for decades by this point, but both can be attributed to the unmistakable work by Yngwie Malmsteen. Ever since the early 1980's, Yngwie has been pushing the limits of guitar, and influencing countless other players in the process. And he continues to impress to this day, as evidenced by his forthcoming album, 'Relentless,' the highly anticipated follow-up to 2008's critically acclaimed 'Perpetual Flame' (Yngwie's first album for Rising Force Records).

The album is the second to feature ex-Judas Priest and Iced Earth singer Tim "Ripper" Owens, and features over 60 minutes of incredibly complex, kick ass arrangements.


Neoclassical heavy metal FTW

« on: September 27, 2010, 03:03:57 PM »

 The wait is finally over. The debut EP from PASADENA NAPALM DIVISION is now available through Abyss Records. The self-titled EP can be purchased at www.officialabyssrecords.com

It's as if the gods of metal have come down from the top of Mount Thrashlympus with a 30-pack of PBR and a fistful of whoop-ass. This particular divine visitation comes in the form a giant trash truck driven by five seasoned veterans known as PASADENA NAPALM DIVISION. Featuring members of D.R.I, DEAD HORSE and VERBAL ABUSE, PASADENA NAPALM DIVISION has come to bash in the head that doesn't bang. All hell breaks loose this September when the band releases their debut EP on Abyss Records. For more on these "All-Scar" thrashers, visit www.myspace.com/pasadenanapalmdivision.

Tracking Listing:
Spell It Out
100 Beers With A Zombie
Non Ti Amo
Speaking In Tongues
Hidden Track:

 A great crossover for the metal-punk divide, Pasadaena Napalm Division's self-titled release on Abyss Records is a groovy throwback to old school thrashcore. - Corazine.com

4 of 5 - Stormbringer

Line Up:
KURT BRECHT - Vocals (D.R.I.)
GREG MARTIN - Guitar/B. Vox (Dead Horse)
RONNY GUYOTE - Drums/B. Vox (Dead Horse)
SCOTT SEVALL - Guitar/B. Vox (Dead Horse)
BUBBA D. - Bass/B. vocals (Verbal Abuse)
Read more:

Official PASADENA NAPALM DIVISION (US) merchandise is also available through Abyss Records!

 In addition to the debut release from PASADENA NAPALM DIVISION (US) "P.N.D. EP", Abyss Records now offers fans officially licensed merchandise from PASADENA NAPALM DIVISION (3 different regular T-SHIRT & 1 Girly TEE design available).

Scott Alisoglu / Ryan Ogle
ClawHammer PR

Metal / Watch the Northern Lights on a webcam
« on: September 26, 2010, 07:57:18 PM »

Metal / TEA PARTY praises mosh pits
« on: September 25, 2010, 06:30:50 PM »
“This is a matter of culpability. What freak dancing is isn’t just like the safety of mosh pitting. … This is sexually explicit activity for minors. We do limit the expression of minors. There are drinking laws. There are—you know, you have to be 18 to smoke. You can’t go to school in a bikini. On one hand, you have people saying this is squelching their freedom, and then you scratch your head and say look over here, date rape is such an epidemic. There’s a connection, and, if people realize that there’s a connection, then they’ll realize that these limitations and restrictions exist for a very valid reason.” -- May 15, 2003, "The O'Reilly Factor"


No to freak dancing, yes to mosh pits and death metal! Go TEA PARTY!!1!

Oh wait, they probably hate death metal. Their loss.

Interzone / How to smash hivemind groupthink mob rule
« on: September 24, 2010, 08:45:36 PM »
A leader needs the guts to stand alone and look ridiculous.

Now comes the first follower with a crucial role: he publicly shows everyone how to follow. Notice the leader embraces him as an equal, so it’s not about the leader anymore—it’s about them, plural.

“It takes guts to be a first follower! You stand out and brave ridicule, yourself. Being a first follower is an under-appreciated form of leadership. The first follower transforms a lone nut into a leader.”

The 2nd follower is a turning point: it’s proof the first has done well. Now it’s not a lone nut, and it’s not two nuts. Three is a crowd.

A movement must be public. Make sure outsiders see more than just the leader. Everyone needs to see the followers, because new followers emulate followers—not the leader. Now here come 2 more, then 3 more. Now we’ve got momentum. This is the tipping point! Now we’ve got a movement!

“As more people jump in, it’s no longer risky. They won’t be ridiculed, they won’t stand out, and they will be part of the in-crowd, if they hurry. Over the next minute you’ll see the rest who prefer to be part of the crowd, because eventually they’d be ridiculed for not joining.”


tl;dr Don't be afraid to do what others aren't, because if you can encourage someone to join you, you destroy the illusion that "everyone agrees" you must be wrong. And with that consensus lost, your critics lose legitimacy.

Metal / SLAYER: big four tour still possible
« on: September 24, 2010, 09:31:44 AM »
In 1991, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax  toured under the Clash of the Titans banner. Nearly 20 years later, the same bands are touring together again, only this time, they'e performing on the Jägermeister Tour. It's like the continuation of this summer's American Carnage, which boasted Testament instead of Anthrax. Looks like Slayer and Megadeth are happy to be bedfellows, er, tourfellows.

So how does King now reflect on his career, 20 years later, with Slayer are still going strong? He does so in a simple yet philosophical way. "When you are younger, you think of the age you are now as old, but when you become that age, you don't feel old. You don't know what to expect. You get there and feel good. You think, 'Will I feel this good in 10 years? Absolutely not.' But when I get there? Maybe!"

We asked King a few months ago if American audiences would be treated to the Big Four -- Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax -- since far, far away lands like Bulgaria got to witness the spectacle. At the time, he said that everyone involved would love to see it happen. So Noisecreep had to see if any forward progress had been made.

"Even though it's four bands used to headlining on their own, ego is not a problem. There is an understood pecking order of how we should play, but it's a logistical nightmare. Ask anyone who did it, and they will say they were happy to be a part of it. It'd have to be in the planning stages of whoever plans that s---," King said.


Do it.

Metal / HEAVY METAL "has retreated" from its peak
« on: September 24, 2010, 07:51:20 AM »
For a short period around the turn of the 1990s, however, the genre's compulsive need to outflank itself spiralled into genuine evil. The Californian quartet Slayer coined the loudest, fastest, ugliest sound to date, with one song, Angel of Death, relating the horrors of Josef Mengele's Auschwitz. In Norway, a small network of bands plunged headlong into Satanism, and torched some churches around Oslo. In 1993, Varg Vikernes, aka Burzum, murdered his main rival.

Metal had reached its furthest perimeter, and has since retreated a considerable distance.


Where do you go from there? Hmm.

Interzone / Eugenics coming back
« on: September 22, 2010, 03:24:58 PM »
A simple genetic test can help predict whether psychopaths convicted of violent crimes are prone to be repeat offenders, a Finnish researcher said Tuesday.
"It has long been known that there is a biological, a genetic element to psychotic tendencies," said Helsinki University researcher Matti Virkkunen, who co-authored a study published in Psychiatric Research.

The research, which was a joint Finnish-American project, showed that convicts who scored high on both a traditional behavioural disorder test and had a certain gene variance were far more likely to commit additional violent crimes than those who scored high on the test but did not have the same gene variance.


"I'm sorry, sir, we've found the CR2AP gene in your profile, which means you are most likely a repeat offender. Prepare to die with bravery."

Interzone / Metal surges in popularity among 20s listeners
« on: September 22, 2010, 03:22:34 PM »

Apparently females like using band names as tags (Super junior, McFly), while males prefer finding lots of ways to say the same thing (metal, jazz). Most importantly we have just used science to prove that men don’t listen to much k-pop.


Interzone / Cakes bearing codes
« on: September 22, 2010, 08:08:12 AM »
There is a folk tale about the overthrow of Mongol rule facilitated by messages smuggled in moon cakes.

Mooncakes were used as a medium by the Ming revolutionaries in their espionage effort to secretly distribute letters in order to overthrow the Mongolian rulers of China in the Yuan dynasty. The idea is said to be conceived by Zhu Yuanzhang (朱元璋) and his advisor Liu Bowen (劉伯溫), who circulated a rumor that a deadly plague was spreading and the only way to prevent it was to eat special mooncakes. This prompted the quick distribution of mooncakes, which were used to hide a secret message coordinating the Han Chinese revolt on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month.[2]

Another method of hiding the message was printed in the surface of mooncakes as a simple puzzle or mosaic. In order to read the encrypted message, each of the four mooncakes packaged together must be cut into four parts each. The 16 pieces of mooncake, must then be pieced together in such a fashion that the secret messages can be read. The pieces of mooncake are then eaten to destroy the message.


What foods of yours carry secret messages? None? FALE

Interzone / Usefulness of the non-useful
« on: September 22, 2010, 07:53:44 AM »
Bill Bryson suggests that large population of moneyed, leisured vicars/rectors accounts for UK's amazing record of innovation in 1700-1800s


I think they mean this guy:


Metal / BELIAL "Wisdom of Darkness" re-issued
« on: September 20, 2010, 09:48:14 PM »
Reissued on vinyl on March 21, 2010 by Funeral Industries/Galgenstrang
Produktionen, limited to 1000 copies (100 of which were clear vinyl and came
with a t-shirt) with new cover art and six live bonus tracks:
8. Lost Souls
9. Rise of Hecate
10. You
11. The Invocation
12. On You
13. Voices Beyond


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