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Metal / Re: if you listen to blasphemy etc
« Last post by death metal black metal on January 28, 2016, 08:24:37 PM »
Grindcore with black metal atmosphere. Personally I prefer Blood for this, but Fallen Angel of Doom is a great album.
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Metal / Re: if you listen to blasphemy etc
« Last post by morbideathscream on January 27, 2016, 09:45:15 PM »
Blasphemy is a mixture of black, death and grindcore, hence the blasting that's prevalent in the dubiously named 'war metal' subgenre that they created. They drew alot of influence from sarcofago as well.

As if somebody is a death metaller or a black metaller in the strict sense if they listen to blasphemy shouldn't matter. Good metal is good metal. Shit, metal was at it's best when the subgenre lines of black, death, thrash and speed were blurred. I got an old zine promoting Blasphemy's blood upon the altar demo and labeled it as brutal death metal.

I do know some who are mainly into blasphemy, beherit, archgoat,  black witchery, revenge, etc. The nuclear war now types. I hear the term bestial thrown around alot. I guess you can call them bestial war metallers if you like. As for calling it a valid subgenre of metal is up for debate. There's more important things to worry about than if bestial war metal will be recognized as a valid subgenre or not.
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Metal / Re: Middle classes avoid "blue-collar" metal
« Last post by rafael on January 24, 2016, 01:37:31 PM »
i wuldn't necessarily say metal is 'classist' music by any means
though some of it can be mightily sophisticated (emperor)
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Metal / Re: Blast-Beat F.A.Q / info
« Last post by rafael on January 24, 2016, 01:35:10 PM »
great! always a fan of the blastbeats. double bass etc.
Hvis lyset tar oss gets away without it though
I love both styles
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Metal / Re: Literary influences on metal
« Last post by rafael on January 24, 2016, 01:28:43 PM »
To be fair, it is popular art pure and simple.  It is created to be sold quickly and mass produced by corporations.  Even if we say the artists are not into making money, they almost all allow themselves to be a part of these systems of releasing albums to the market place by specific dates, and then touring the material with a bus load of T-Shirts and other garbage.


The music itself transcends its peers in the genre, but its methods never escape it, and the most damning evidence that metal is popular art is that the trappings of that genre are always what will destroy good metal in the end and have.

well this is not entirely correct
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Metal / Re: Feminist magazine BITCH writes about metal
« Last post by rafael on January 24, 2016, 01:26:26 PM »
no body would predict how bad the censorship thing would get further on down the track. on the one hand it is sad, though it is likely to only force METAL into a better situation with time. pressure shot. and people starting to like the true, honest, old school spirit again. very interesting...
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Metal / Re: List of metal MP3 blogspot rapidshare download sites
« Last post by rafael on January 24, 2016, 01:20:49 PM »
some grate links though unfortunately most bloggers shat themselves after the thing with megaupload.
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Metal / if you listen to blasphemy etc
« Last post by rafael on January 24, 2016, 01:17:53 PM »
well as far as im concerned you r not a death metaller nor a black metal head in the strict sense. but in saying that, people get all funny about the term 'war metal "etc.
really, it's just traditional black/doomydeath
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Metal / damn
« Last post by rafael on January 24, 2016, 01:09:55 PM »
accidentaly clicked the filipino cupid ads which made my screen go psycho for a minute, is there any way to get rid of the ads yet?? would make this board easier for naficate new membrs
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