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Interzone / Columbine
« on: April 22, 2010, 08:14:04 AM »
.....is this real or photoshopped?

If its real, I think I'm going to be sick.

Interzone / ESPN Writer fired for expressing views on Haiti
« on: March 28, 2010, 09:19:25 AM »
Another symptom of our "give everything to the needy" civilization.


Note how he never once insults the people of Haiti, never blames it on them, and still, hippie idiots make him out to be RACITS!!!1

Shirley was fired from writing for ESPN after publishing this post.

Metal / DEMIGOD - Slumber Of Sullen Eyes reissue out on Xtreem Music
« on: March 24, 2010, 01:57:00 PM »
From the email I got:

New vinyl re-issue of this true Death Metal classic!! Orange-splattered vinyl + insert. 1st album from '92 of this mythic finnish band that achieved the most perfect balance between brutality, melody, speed, heavyness, darkness, mysticism... An essential work for anyone that really enjoys Death Metal!!

limited to 500 of which 300 are already gone in pre-orders!! Order your copy before it's too late or prepare yourself to pay a fortune on eBay later!!

Buy directly online through the XTREEM MUSIC online shop at www.xtreemmusic.com for the affordable proce of 11.95 Eur + shipping.

Distributors ask for wholesale prices!!

Title: Slumber of Sullen Eyes
Ref.: XM 035 LP
Release date: 15.03.2010
Barcode: no barcode
Track list:

01. Apocryphal (intro)
02. As I Behold I Despise
03. Deadsoul
04. The Forlorn
05. Tears Of God
06. Slumber Of Sullen Eyes
07. Embrace The Darkness/
       Blood Of The Perished
08. Fear Obscures From Within
09. Transmigration Beyond Eternities
10. Towards The Shrouded Infinity
11. Perpetual Ascent
12. Darkened

Sounds great, and relatively cheap too. I might have to snag a copy.

Interzone / Apple finally makes sense in their marketing
« on: March 18, 2010, 07:41:50 PM »

I do not think any other comments are needed.

Audiofile / Yacopsae
« on: March 17, 2010, 07:50:23 PM »

Metal / Krallice
« on: December 02, 2009, 09:16:33 AM »
I wouldn't put either of those bands down to Velvet Cacoon's level, but I see what you're saying. I'd also add Krallice and Twilight to that list.

Interzone / Discordance Axis/Gridlink vocalist addresses idiot fanbase.
« on: October 26, 2009, 10:51:55 PM »
Jon Chang saying what needs to be said. From Gridlink's myspace blog:

$14 for 11 minutes of music?!
One of the things I've consistently heard about the GridLink LP is that it's $13 for 11 minutes of music and it should cost what a 7" ep costs. I am not even going to get into how white trash Walmart made in China that sounds to me...oh wait. I am going to get into it.

This is quite simple. We spent a lot of time and money to get the music/artwork/packaging just the way we wanted it. It was a labor of love, blood and intense devotion over the course of about 3 years with almost a dozen people(musicians, artists and technicians) contributing their time and efforts to the project. (Honestly HD is the same, but more on that another time).

The work stands as a complete body and we consider it a full length release. Most bands have filler songs on their records, but not us. Every song on that record is the result of intense scrutiny and editing. When we started there were almost 20 songs. We threw half in the garbage because we only wanted the best material on the record and refused to accept what we considered only a "decent song".

It also does not come in some shitty generic packaging that looks like every other metal/grind record you have ever seen. It is not loaded with label names and sponsor companies. It is not the over produced garbage that seems to be the norm these days recorded on pro-tools by someone who thinks you need a week to get your fucking sounds down.

If your standards for a good investment of $13 is 25+ minutes of music for your money, go somewhere else. Oh and fucking kill yourself too you pathetic fuck. Maybe you can buy some clothing with lead in it made by people who get less than a $1 a day in a place where the government is totally hostile to democratic process. In short, fuck you.

This is our art. Take or leave it.

Metal / Suffercation
« on: October 17, 2009, 08:35:42 AM »
No, I did not misspell the band name. This death metal band from Malaysia was recently brought to my attention by an associate. They sound quite interesting at first listen, sort of like a combination of Molested and speed metal. Interesting riffcraft, and good interplay with the keyboards. Here's a sample for all of you to view.



(P.S. In case anyone is wondering about the slightly stupid band name, they WERE called Suffocation at first, but then discovered the American band of the same name, so then they changed theirs)

Metal / REPULSION, BRUTAL TRUTH show in Brooklyn, New York
« on: May 15, 2009, 02:39:08 PM »
"Grindcore legends REPULSION, PIG DESTROYER, and BRUTAL TRUTH will team up for a show on July 31st at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple in Brooklyn, NY. REPULSION will be performing Horrified in its entirety."


This should be great! That other fest looks tempting, however I need to save money to spend at Maryland Deathfest. Anyone else want to go to this? I'll definitely be there.

Metal / Dead Infection
« on: March 03, 2009, 07:25:09 PM »
Greetings all.

Upon reading the DLA (or was it a zine) review of "Surgical Disembowelment", I decided to check this band out. Initially, my reaction was apathetic, but it soon turned to negative as the absolutely lifeless production neuters the album and makes it run together, and that's after listening to the album three times. I wrote off Dead Infection as a shit band.

But then, I decided to give them another chance, and upon Youtubing for a short while, I came upon several videos which piqued my interest. Sort of like Discharge meets Carcass, I am now intrigued by this band and believe that the production on "Surgical Disembowelment" was simply not my cup of tea.

I am open to suggestions on material to obtain, as I have found that they have two other full lengths and a variety of splits. Any feedback is very much appreciated.

Metal / Can crappy music kill you? Here's proof that it CAN.
« on: January 27, 2009, 05:47:16 AM »

"Man Suffers Heart Attack, Dies After SLIPKNOT Concert"

Maybe this could be a wakeup call of some sort?

Interzone / A little humor at the expense of Apple
« on: January 06, 2009, 05:44:39 PM »

What's funny is that this looks legitimate, and actually seems like it is something that Apple WOULD do.

Interzone / Tips for a classical newbie
« on: November 29, 2007, 06:16:59 AM »
In the past few months, i have been delving into classical music. i have found that it shares many characteristics with metal, and its wonderful music to relax to.

i would just like to get some input from members here on their favorite symphonies/composers and what works i should get. as of now i only have works from Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach (hey cut me some slack im a beginner  :P).

so, any suggestions?

Interzone / Music to fall asleep to/how it affects your dreams
« on: November 08, 2007, 02:55:47 PM »
I love to fall asleep while listening to music, though i barely get the opportunity being that my father's room is right next to mine.... :(.

but anyway, do any of you here like to fall asleep while having music playing? and if so, have you found that it affects your dreams at all?

Two specific instances, that I can remember:

I fell asleep one night listening to Varathron's "His Majesty At the Swamp". I dreamt such a strange world, in which everywhere was swampland. I was not in human form, but rather, simply floating around like some sort of higher being, exploring all which was within. I cannot remember much else, but i woke up feeling very tranquil and well rested.

Another time, I fell asleep listening to Nokturnal Mortem's "Goat Horns" and dreamt I was on a ship, an old wooden style frigate. The ship was in battle, and I woke up right when two beings (im not sure they were human) stabbed me through the stomach and threw me down a flight of stairs.

Anyway, enough rambling. Any thoughts?

Metal / War metal
« on: August 31, 2007, 03:16:22 PM »
just wondering who else here enjoys this particular style.

here are albums suggestions for newcomers:

Blasphemy - Fallen Angel of Doom
Beherit/Archgoat - split Messe Des Mortes/Angelcunt
Beherit - Drawing Down the Moon
Archgoat - Whore of Bethlehem
Von - Satanic Blood Angel

im also open to any suggestions of other "war metal" bands. i am finding this particular subdivision of black metal to be a highly rewarding listen, both for its primal sound/nature, and the way it embodies the spirit of extreme metal. dont be put off by the usually terrible production, this stuff puts the LLN to shame.

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