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a corpse without soulZuletzt gesehen: Juni 2012

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  • DodensGrav

    How old are you? That's ridiculous.

    27. Mai. 2012 Antworten
  • DodensGrav

    I take it you've started downloading.

    27. Mai. 2012 Antworten
  • DodensGrav

    Everybody from the 80s sounds like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. As for black metal...some old stuff: Tormentor (Hun) - Anno Domini Varathron - His Majesty at the Swamp Root - Zjeveni Master's Hammer - Ritual Rotting Christ - Passage to Arcturo Countess - Ad Maiorem Sathanae Gloriam Barathrum - Infernal Mortuary Drape - Secret Sudaria Mystifier - Goetia Xibalba - Ah Dzam Poop Ek Avzhia - Immense Dark Sky

    15. Mai. 2012 Antworten
  • DodensGrav

    Well...I did. Nobody's posted anything in a while though.

    8. Mai. 2012 Antworten
  • DodensGrav

    You might like Agalloch. They do have a lot of non-metal influences. I'm not really sure which album I would recommend as a 'beginner's album', but Pale Folklore is probably the most 'familiar' album, since its influences from early Katatonia, Ulver, and Bethlehem are more pronounced. I did an interview with John Haughm of Agalloch, which is on my website, but you'll have to find it. Get a facebook plz.

    5. Mai. 2012 Antworten
  • DodensGrav

    Nope.

    1. Mai. 2012 Antworten

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"The nature of Evil is so poorly understood, particularly in the context of Black Metal and its forebears. The spectators have incredibly misgiven ideas about what makes one Evil and what behavior reflects it. Evil and cruelty are two different things, though they are constantly confused. A violent man is generally not so much Evil as he is angry at whatever pain life has delivered unto him. Being Evil does not mean to be without passion or compassion, but rather to have those qualities and motivations on one’s own terms rather than having them mandated by society or the church. Evil means we are masters of our own destiny. Evil is the courage to demand absolute measures to make this world one in which we wish to live. Evil is a rejection of moralism and post-moralism, and an adaption of a mixed code of conduct that may seem outwardly inconsistent but internally coherent. Evil is to choose the dark rather than to accept the light. We can smile, laugh, and even love, and this does not invalidate our nature. We find meaning in dark places and in dark practices. If this was not true then we would not make this music. Our passions show in our art and Evil is the fuel that drives it, the prime motivator." – Wrath Sathariel Diabolus