Submissions for DMU Zine and Compilation

The deadline for submissions for DMU’s new zine, Chymia Niger, and DMU’s original raw music compilation, Litigium is fast approaching. With the publishing date for a first edition projected for next Monday, we set our deadline on Saturday July 28 before midnight, U.S. Central Time. Our first post concerning these two projects provides more details, while our article on active imagination techniques applied to metal music listening, and our article proposing an extremely basic systematic training, provide ways in which individuals can discover how much they can bring forth.

This is the chance DMU’s readers have, as a collective and potential representatives of what metal can bring about for art and higher ideals, to demonstrate what seeds or flowering organisms of imagination and talent actually sustain our transcendent movement. Said zine and compilation are not meant to simply be archives for certain writings already published by DMU, but rather to be a receptacle of the thoughts and talent of a wider range of individuals, in order to bring exposure to a central organic idea upon which may be gradually built.

We remind contributors that text submissions must be sent to editor[at]deathmetal[dot]org as a pastebin link, and sound file submissions as a dropbox link to a folder containing mp3s (not WAVs, not FLACs, not OGGs, not m4as, etc.). Any further inquiries, objections or suggestions can be made in an e-mail to the same DMU editor address.

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14 thoughts on “Submissions for DMU Zine and Compilation”

  1. Satan akbar says:

    can i send in my super melodic technical band? our sound is somewhere near sliptknot and 3forceg(aka gay) one more question can all the band members enter?

  2. Jurge says:

    June 25th?

    1. D.A.R.G. says:

      Hey, thanks for pointing that out.

  3. Rick says:

    Will you accept photography?

    1. D.A.R.G. says:

      Of course!
      And such contributions are the more valuable because we are a team of writers first and foremost (though a few here are actual musicians).

      1. Satan akbar says:

        do you guys a HQ like a place we can visit and hangout

        1. [I’m typing this without the use of the word faggot now, as a test.]

          At your mother’s house, dude.

          Comments Censorship Official: the civilizing process…

  4. Rick says:

    Where would you like me to send the images?

    1. D.A.R.G. says:

      All content can be sent to editor[at]deathmetal[dot]org

      Do specify what you are submitting them for in that email, too.

      If these are “artistic” images, they add a different kind of value to the zine.
      If they are about an event, it would be appreciated if you would add comments each of the pictures, since you were there, but I doubt most of us were.

      1. Rick says:

        These are from Destroying Texas Fest. I took them as The Houston Metal Project (not sure if you’ve heard about it, but that’s me). I’ll submit them soon. Thanks.

        1. D.A.R.G. says:

          PS. when you enter a comment, it needs to be manually accepted, so don’t worry if you do not immediately see it posted.

          1. Rick says:

            Thanks for the heads up. I’m not used to posting to manually moderated websites like this.

  5. The Nut Cutter says:

    Do not have time to get together a track, maybe the next time around.

    1. D.A.R.G. says:

      We’re considering making this a monthly or bi-monthly thing…

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