5. Mai. 2014, 20:05 von KlaY-de-12
20. Dez. 2013, 13:54 von mshannesDemilich
Habt Ihr in Eurer Jugend auch diese seltsamen Spielchen gemacht, bei denen es darum ging, das Alphabet oder gar ganze Sätze zu rülpsen? Oder waren solche Auswüchse des schlechten Geschmacks auf ein bestimmtes, wohl leicht degeneriertes Gebiet beschränkt? Sollte letzteres der Fall sein, ist mir auch klar, warum aus mir nix G’scheites werden konnte…
Na ja, zum Schreiberling hat’s immerhin gereicht und in dieser Funktion werde ich derzeit mit Erinnerungen an alte Schandtaten konfrontiert, denn wenn man mit einem Wort beschreiben sollte, wie der Gesangsstil von Antti Boman auf Nespithe klingt, wäre das wohl „rülpsend“. Und damit meine ich nicht die üblichen Gurgelrülpsgrunzröchel-Versuche der typischen Death Metal-Frontleute, sondern hier haben wir es definitiv mit einer vertonten Gastritis zu tun. Und das verdirbt mir auf Dauer den Spaß an einer Scheibe, die viel mehr zu bieten hat als besagte Stimmbandübungen. Denn Nespithe ist ein hochkomplexes…
7. Mär. 2013, 6:08 von motu8211349
At the Gates
Devin Townsend Project
Gates of Ishtar
In The Woods...
Ocean Machine (Devin Townsend)
Sisters of Mercy
Sorrow (USA death/doom)
Velvet Acid Christ
7. Jan. 2013, 4:46 von hiarctowhttp://hiarctow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Summoning-the-past-small.jpg
The new Beithíoch release Summoning the Past is now out and can now be downloaded in one of two ways.
1. A shortened version free from hiarctow.com in mediocre quality mp3 format.
2. An extended version (with an additional 18 minutes of all new never before-heard music) in various high quality formats from the Beithíoch bandcamp page - for a mere 2.50 euro.
Summoning the Past is largely made up of tracks originally released on other albums/demos/etc, here finally brought to a more ‘definitive’ level of completion. Summoning the Past is also intended to presage the next Beithíoch album, showcasing how the project has matured stylistically over the years, and to give a bit of a sense of what can be expected from new material.
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30. Dez. 2012, 16:27 von DarkRaduhttp://i.imgur.com/ZOuIr.jpg
I don't know where you guys like to hang out online, but I've come across quite a few meatheads complaining this year was terrible for music. Sorry if Experimental US Black Metal Act #4123 failed to release anything, or if Metal Supergroup Reunion #524 didn't live up to your expectations, but 2012 saw some fucking excellent releases, quite a few of them being from first-timers! Tune in, drink up and read on!
10. Revenge - Scum.Collapse.Eradication
No way you can just say "Oh, Revenge have released a new album, guess they're going through the motions" about this one. What we have here is one of the most violent, pummeling albums of 2012 - they didn't change their direction or anything, they've merely fine-tuned it. Everything has improved, from the production, to the bass, to the out-of-control leads, this album shows these sickos at the top of their game. Also, they put on quite a devastating live set!
9. Swans - The Seer
16. Apr. 2012, 20:28 von TakkeriFuck Your Speakers VOL 2 Disc 4 // NMMREM VI
Narrow-minded Metalhead reviews experimental music - VI
[TFR366] Fuck Your Speakers Double Header Part II Disc 4
Confusing = Entertaining Part II
A review with the most different sequels i've ever written I
The next part of Fuck your Speakers Double Header is sponsored by www.random.org, which im using to decide which disk i will review. First part can be found here. Inserting numbers between 1 and 6 (the number of discs on Fuck your speakers) and pressing "Generate". "3, okay I reviewed that part already". Pressing "generate" again. "3, meh, what are the odds to this?" "Generate" 4.
Fuck Your Speakers 2 - Disc 4 - Delicate Porcini-Flavoured goggles track-by-track first impressions (part 1?)
I actually had a quick glance of the opening track, Nathan Watson's Auf Deutsch, already. …
17. Sep. 2011, 12:27 von hiarctowhttp://hiarctow.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/duchas1.jpg
The long awaited new album from Irish black metallers Beithíoch, is available now - complete and free - from hiarctow.com. "Dúchas" translates roughly to "instinct", or "that which is native", and is inspired by the glacier-torn landscape of Ireland's north.
Stylistically this album throws up a few surprises: much of it moves away from the droney, minimalist style of the debut album (and subsequent EP) towards a sound that has more melodic intricacies and more subtleties in the arrangements. At times this album flirts with an old school doom/death sound whilst at other moments hearkens more to early Gorgoroth, Ancient or Immortal. More importantly though, this album is a serious challenge to the staleness and mediocrity of modern metal.
Dúchas MP3 (RAR Archived)
Front cover - Back cover
Beithíoch's homepage @ Hi.Arc.Tow
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11. Jul. 2011, 17:23 von KlaY-de-12
19. Aug. 2010, 14:24 von vikingligrveldihttp://static.rateyourmusic.com/lk/f/s/967b556cbbb3f32955afa4025010eaf2/3282640.jpg
Something is said to be transcendent when it exceeds the ordinary and even the best, yet this form of transcendence is a perverted caricature. Man no longer knows where his place in the universe is; his existence is no longer derived from something higher than himself. More specifically, what is greater than him today is but a machine that crushes, dissects, exploits and uses him, thus making a production tool out of him. Man is looked upon from a mechanical point of view: brain, neurons, hormones, genes, and a body devoid of breath and energy. Considered as such, Man lost any reason to exist; suicides are increasing in all environments. Human life no longer has value.
Philosophical questions – Who am I? Where am I? Where am I going? – are shunned questions today; questions considered no longer valid, which make us smile and do not deserve attention. In a world where time is money, asking such questions is a waste of time.
1. Jun. 2010, 1:25 von kurashuhttp://greenbomber.com/imgs/grinds-my-gears3.jpg
I hate hearing this. I really do, especially when it comes from someone who listens to all the same stuff. Yeah, I listen to metal. I listen to a lot of metal: death metal, black metal, sludge metal, doom metal, avant garde metal. Why is that such a bad thing? It's not the only thing I listen to, but other genres get the backseat while metal gets to ride shotgun.
Why is it bad when a metalhead listens to primarily metal but it's perfectly acceptable for rap/country/pop/electronic/et cetera to listen to primarily/just those genres?
And it's not just that people feel the need to tell me I need to expand my musical horizons, it's that they go out of their way to tell me. It's one thing when I say, "Hey, do you know anything that's not metal I might like?" Or when my girlfriend goes, "I think you might like this band, check 'em out sometime." But for a random stranger to tell me that I should expand my musical horizons…