8 thoughts on “Sammath Issues Militant Live Video For “Ferocious Mortar Fire””

  1. Arctic Sun says:

    Somewhat related to the topic, but mostly related to the theme –

    I remembered I have a collection of William S. Burroughs interviews sitting around. You probably do too. I was going to re-read it and hopefully get all bureaucrat on you and give notes. Expect passages in the coming days, unless my lungs fill with semen. In that case blow me a kiss goodbye (froma safe diftsanse honey!)

    -Worthless

  2. q says:

    I forgot to mention that this is the quote on the back of my copy:

    “Time to look beyond this rundown radioactive cop-ridden planet.”

    Holy shit!

  3. BayouDrank says:

    Perhaps the only modern band carrying on the torch of the true “combat metal” path blazed by old Immortal, Zyklon-B, and Niden Div 187. Any recommendations in this vein would be appreciated.

    1. maelstrrom says:

      Uranium 235- Total Extermination is excellent, Old Wainds- Where the Snows are Never Gone… is more in the same vein. Early Antaeus is decent

    2. piss eater says:

      Uranium 235 demo

    3. Mythic Imagination says:

      The first Antaeus album is quite fantastic. Kaeck’s Stormkult is probably the best album ever in the style. L.S.S.A.H. had some decent demo’s. Probably also Uranium 235. If you like that mid period of Immortal, the Trenchant EP mixed that style with more blasting death metal.

  4. Gabriel From The Funderground says:

    Aren’t you going to give some thoughts on Iron Maiden’s debut? It’s been 40 years.

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