12 thoughts on “Vader Headlining Undergrind Fest 2017 in Bangalore, India”

  1. neutronhammer says:

    I think the DMU readership is due a SMR.

    1. You’re right. An SMR is coming to drown the weak in irradiated hard water from Fukushima.

  2. Necronomeconomist says:

    Is Vader’s best album called “De Profundis”?

    1. Spinal says:

      Either that or “The Ultimate Incantation”

  3. Beyonce "Fetal Power of Death" says:

    DMU, are you going to report that Warning is touring “Watching from a Distance”?

    Or, do you think they’re emotional and therefore weak?

  4. Trashchunk says:

    They’re going to have to be around weird Indian dudes with odd shaped heads, they’re going to have to act like they’re completely cool with their weird box shaped skulls and the suspicion that everyone has fecal matter on their fingers. On the door handles, sticky bathroom door handles. Their food will be hand prepped by penis fingers. Pee pee fingers mixing their diarrhea textured food that will smell off. If there is a pit it will be little guys waving their 12 year oldish arms around going “ish ay ay ish ayaya”. I am imagining from Vader’s perspective it will be funnny.

    1. Bernd says:

      lmao, the poles should feel right at home

      1. IRA says:

        Hahaha well depending on the Pole, but a lot of them do have that Polish shaped head. They’ll probably come back pretending to be ‘spiritualized’ unfortunately, like most stupid westerners

    2. S.C. says:

      Your elite-ness is pungent! You truly must be the next phase in evolution! What a command of language and intellect you possess! Praise be to you!

    3. neutronhammer says:

      Racist

      1. Rainer Weikusat says:

        Methinks this is a “Call of Cthulhu” rip-off with the description originally applying to “degenerate offspring of negroes and Portugese from the West Indies” (Lovecraft was an ardent racist) — not quite India but this has fooled better men in the past.

    4. Turtle trumpets says:

      well it’s fucking funny from my perspective

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