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Metal / Re: How Was Technical Death Metal Created?
« on: March 16, 2008, 05:57:07 AM »
Jazz is fascinating until you find out that it is very simple, and then the illusion falls apart. Like most modern illusions.

there is beauty in simplicity. and i have not had the "illusion" fall apart on me, and i dont think it will.

there is always room in my playlist for jazz.

Interzone / Re: other metal sites
« on: March 11, 2008, 03:45:09 PM »

This seems to be how most music forums work. The idea is inclusivity of individual (method), not inclusivity of ideas (whole individual). If you then state you like something because it has ideas, the rabble and liberals scream out that you're an elitist.

To phrase it more simply: You like eating healthy food instead of feces? What are you, an elitist?

you dont know how often ive felt this way when attempting to state my view against some COF-praising idiot on a forum.


makes my skin crawl. most of the time people using the word "elitist" in a negative way know next to nothing about what the word ACTUALLY MEANS.

Metal / Re: Immolation / consistency
« on: March 11, 2008, 01:22:43 PM »
what are some individual songs you like, bfb?

i find that "Dawn of Possession", while being a pretty decent effort, is not at all what it is hyped up to be. "Close to a World Below" is my favorite.

Metal / Re: How Was Technical Death Metal Created?
« on: March 09, 2008, 05:11:20 PM »
Well jazz musicians without doubt laugh at Black Metal as well for its lack of sanity and clarity. Most people who have heard it have said that it was just some noise.

thats why i prefer to hear my jazz with instruments, not some yokel saying "yeah baby, everythings jive man, gonna be alllllriiiight".

screw vocals in jazz. seriously. i wanna hear the instruments (in particular those bass lines).

Metal / Re: Filosofem
« on: March 09, 2008, 05:09:24 PM »
i wonder if he meant to record drums for those 2 songs.

theyre good as they are, but i wonder what they would sound like with percussion.

Metal / Re: How Was Technical Death Metal Created?
« on: March 05, 2008, 04:47:12 PM »
i would say Atheist, Nocturnus (the Key is an excellent album), Cynic, Human-era Death, Pestilence, Suffocation, and others were at the forefront of this movement.

basically im just parroting everyone. however i never see any mention of Nocturnus around here.

Interzone / Re: College
« on: March 02, 2008, 04:24:26 PM »
i went to a SUNY (state university of new york) school for 2 years, then decided it wasnt for me. as of right now, i am completing an associate's degree at a local community college. from there, i am not certain what i wish to do.

college is more of a moneymaking sham than an educational foundation these days anyway. its quite sad. i may just pick up a trade instead of a degree, at least then i would be skilled.

Interzone / Re: Hipsters
« on: March 01, 2008, 07:26:41 AM »
That was pretty funny. I tend to see this sort of mentality in the Grindcore scene more than any other, perhaps because these days it has no ideals.

i find it more often occurring in "indie" bands and the metalcore scene.

Interzone / Re: Unique Vocals
« on: February 28, 2008, 04:35:06 PM »
id also like to mention Paul Pavlovich from Assuck for his rapid fire growled delivery. the guy sounds serious.

oh and Kevin Sharpe from Brutal Truth, for his general insanity on the microphone.

Metal / Re: grindcore and such
« on: February 28, 2008, 03:29:34 PM »
So i think its not that music can or cannot be inherently good or bad but that human minds perceive music in similar fashions and we use this common perception and the wills they provoke as a measure of music.  

wise words.

Interzone / Re: CORRUPT at last.fm
« on: February 28, 2008, 03:25:02 PM »
"u have no right to say Cradle of Filth is bad, theyr probably bettr than this Johann S. Back or whatever11"


that really does sound like some of those idiots that troll around that site. had me a good laugh.

and yeah, the site is a good way to discover other artists. i know it has helped expand my taste a bit.

ill be sure to join that Corrupt group.

Interzone / Re: Unique Vocals
« on: February 27, 2008, 04:34:43 PM »
Atilla in general does not sound human. he is one of my favorite vocalists.

Metal / Re: grindcore and such
« on: February 25, 2008, 07:33:26 PM »

Yes, the cycle will. But we're not Jesus, and we're not trying to create eternity here. We're trying to keep something alive for now and for the future.

Most people can only think in two time spaces: either now, or for all eternity.

We're bringing it back to reality. Keep the genre alive.

wait wait....so im NOT Jesus? :o

it is always reassuring to know that one's actions can make a difference, no matter how small.

also, i did want to mention a concern. how are we to choose what will be "promoted" or "supported"? surely, personal opinion will take hold here, at least in some way. like i mentioned before, a lot of people on this forum/site enjoy Gorguts. while i respect their musicianship and talent (Luc is really a great guitarist), i cant stand their music.

who shall dictate what is being "endorsed"?

Metal / Re: grindcore and such
« on: February 24, 2008, 04:16:27 PM »
to sort of revive this thread, i would like to inform those here about the band Doom from the UK. quite adequate Discharge-styled hardcore, and also bordered on grindcore. wonderfully violent and aggressive music.

dont get them confused with the other Doom from Japan, who i havent heard actually.

Interzone / Re: Beethoven
« on: February 21, 2008, 04:51:38 PM »
i find his music so relaxing. i use it (and other classical works) to unwind and let my mind wander. i usually windup painting mental scenes and pictures with my mind. listening to Beethoven before i fall asleep usually leaves me feeling very tranquil in the morning.

and i know virtually no one here likes the idea of smoking weed, but i enjoy it once in a while, and listening to classical music certainly is a different experience. almost magical, i would say, in the context of being inebriated.

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