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Interzone / Hessian society exists!
« on: March 03, 2012, 08:59:17 AM »
http://www.vice.com/read/aboriginal-headbanging-167-v15n8

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But what really blew us away was that the town, which is named Wadeye (pronounced “Wad-air”), was split up into gangs named after heavy metal bands. There were the Judas Priest Boys, the Evil Warriors, and the Slayer Mob. We immediately dropped everything else we were working on and embarked north from Melbourne to Wadeye to see it for ourselves. Nothing could have prepared us for what we found.

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Interzone / Just for kicks
« on: December 08, 2011, 05:19:16 AM »
Anyone remember being forced to watch this stuff in school when you were a little kid?

Diversity: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QpggZ9hDxC4

Women's rights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW5kiJcDMbo&feature=related

And of course, why 3 is a magic number: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3Li-rTuBKs

ANUS members should take a shot at writing their own propaganda-infused children's songs.

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Interzone / Making Money
« on: October 15, 2011, 12:19:33 AM »
Seeing all of these losers in the "99 percent" who went to college and "did everything they were supposed to," but only ended up with a giant amount of debt to pay off has got me thinking about how I'm going to have a steady source of income after college. I am currently a music performance major (classical guitar) and think I will need to learn how to do something else as well in order to make a decent living, especially with the way the world is heading. I haven't taken out any loans at this point, though.

I've thought about double majoring, but I'm not sure which majors would be useful in the job market (obviously nothing in liberal arts). Any recommendations? Also, I know that a lot of you have expressed that college is a waste of time in preparing for a career, so what alternatives are there for young, Hessian Warriors of Death like myself? How do you guys make (or plan on making) money?

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Interzone / Nationalism and African-Americans
« on: September 10, 2011, 06:31:55 AM »
We know that all of the different races need their own separate nations to thrive in, and there is no other healthy alternative for society. But what feasible courses of action would the users of this forum suggest to accomplish this goal?

Furthermore, it seems like the hardest race to separate will be American blacks, who have no cultural connection (aside from their race) with their homeland, for the most part. They live together, but are still dependent on white society. Will there come a time when they will realize that they need their own nation? How can they be helped to reach this realization, if even possible for them (this goes for all other races as well)?

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Metal / Introducing intelligent people to intelligent metal
« on: August 01, 2011, 09:20:50 AM »
Most intelligent people seem to have a very low opinion of metal, in my experience. It's not really a mystery why either, since most of them will probably never be exposed to the best bands of the genre and only hear nu-metal/metalcore on the radio.

My group of friends (who are, for the most part, quite intelligent people) will listen to classical, but veer away from anything else with the slightest bit of testosterone/ "vir" in it. Their other listening material usually consists of jazz, folk-singers, indie rock, and other wimpy, aesthetics-obsessed music.

Perhaps they consider it "unsophisticated" to embrace warlike feelings and masculinity in music. Maybe they associate aggression in music with blue collar idiots. Or maybe my friends are a bunch of pussies with dangerously low testosterone levels who are too concerned with what other people might think about the music they listen to.

All this aside, some of them are still quite observant about the music they listen to. I haven't been successful in showing any of them metal yet, though. So what albums/songs would you introduce a classical listener to metal with? And how can we destroy the mental barriers between "intelligent music" and "aggressive music?"

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Audiofile / Mertz, Johann Kaspar
« on: June 12, 2011, 03:07:36 AM »
Mertz, Johann Kaspar: Rapidshare, Blogspot, Megaupload

Johann Kaspar Mertz

19th century Hungarian performer and composer for classical guitar.

Mertz, Johann Kaspar - Bardenklange, Op. 13 (Adam Holtzman, Naxos, 2002)

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