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Re: Black Metal

by soundcurve » Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:36 pm

Laura wrote:The Black Satans rule! :P (for a good laugh) I must admit I'm kinda seriously digging the Satanic Pop Metal (who knew? :P ) group Semargl. :shock: :oops: :beerwink:


I can laugh at black metal but can only take so much before I feel it is missing the point of what I like about it.

Regarding Semargl, well you do dig electronic music, gothic, and black metal so seems to make sense. I am in the same boat. I gave Theater of Tragedy new sound many proper listens and fully supported Paradise Lost, Tiamat, etc. flirtation with Goth and DM influenced song delivery.

The only thing, there is a lot of songs that have that sound. Pain (Hypocrisy - Peter Tagtgren) Shut Your Mouth: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1mRO8aqjz8 came to mind recently.

Perhaps a goth metal thread (which I think a band like Semargl has more in common with)? Granted that might fall flat since there is zero of that on the ship (aside from MDB).
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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:03 pm

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Laura wrote:The Black Satans rule! :P (for a good laugh) I must admit I'm kinda seriously digging the Satanic Pop Metal (who knew? :P ) group Semargl. :shock: :oops: :beerwink:


I can laugh at black metal but can only take so much before I feel it is missing the point of what I like about it.

Regarding Semargl, well you do dig electronic music, gothic, and black metal so seems to make sense. I am in the same boat. I gave Theater of Tragedy new sound many proper listens and fully supported Paradise Lost, Tiamat, etc. flirtation with Goth and DM influenced song delivery.

The only thing, there is a lot of songs that have that sound. Pain (Hypocrisy - Peter Tagtgren) Shut Your Mouth: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1mRO8aqjz8 came to mind recently.

Perhaps a goth metal thread (which I think a band like Semargl has more in common with)? Granted that might fall flat since there is zero of that on the ship (aside from MDB).


Hmmmm....lots to comment on here! I'll just take on the first two things you said for now.

soundcurve wrote:I can laugh at black metal but can only take so much before I feel it is missing the point of what I like about it.


Well, first of all - I assume the Black Satans are just a joke parody "black metal" band - so yeah, I watched the videos and there's a lot of silly stuff in them (like the guy running and slipping in the snow :lol: ) and they made me laugh. The fact that there is a lot of humor/parody potential in (some) black metal bands is not lost on me; I mean in a lot of ways it's totally ripe for that. Doesn't mean it makes me like any particular band any less, it's just that I can see why some people (Kevin :mrgreen: ) find some of it silly and make fun of it....the clothes, the face paint, the "evil" stuff, and so on. I'm remembering a conversation we had some pages back about Nifelheim. I absolutely love the one album I have by them (Envoy of Lucifer), and they were one of my favorite performers of the whole HITS fest - but, I have to admit that I had to chuckle at least a little bit to myself while watching them - their whole stage persona and especially some of their facial expressions...plus the fact that two of the guys are twins adds to the whole thing. Again - don't get me wrong, I loved it. Same with Immortal - such incredibly great music in my view (At the Heart of Winter is one of my all-time favorite albums), but there's definitely a campy quality to their live performances (and certainly some of their videos). But, of course, they are only two bands out of a large number of bands that are in this genre....and there is such a variety out there. (although now that I think about it, isn't Nifelheim known as a hybrid? - "black/speed metal" or something like that?...oh, whatever, I just know I like 'em.) Ok...I'm starting to ramble....zzzzz

soundcurve wrote:Regarding Semargl, well you do dig electronic music, gothic, and black metal so seems to make sense. I am in the same boat. I gave Theater of Tragedy new sound many proper listens and fully supported Paradise Lost, Tiamat, etc. flirtation with Goth and DM influenced song delivery.


Yes, you are right - it makes total sense that I would like them, and they have grown on me. I guess I put the :shock: :oops: emoticons, because this is a Metal forum....plus the band first showed up on the "Lowering the Bar" thread. :lol: :P At first the combination of the poppy kinda music with the black metal look and harsh vocals was off-putting to me, just because it seemed like such an odd combination. Plus some of the dance moves were cracking me up in one of those live videos. Now that I've gotten over my initial WTF? reaction to them, I think they're quite good and I'm enjoying them. :P As for Theater of Tragedy, I am a big fan (own all their albums, and especially like the album Musique that the song Image is from). And I definitely love all kinds of electronica. I happened to listen to a lot of 80s synth pop/dance music today (years ago I bought a lot of 80s compilation CDs that I've loaded on my iPhone/iPod) - Soft Cell, Human League, Pet Shop Boys, Ultravox, OMD, Culture Club, Dead or Alive, Bronski Beat, Yaz, Eurythmics, Visage, Thomas Dolby to name a few that come to mind off the top of my head - love all of that stuff, largely because it was played a lot in dance clubs in the 80s and it's great dance music (and I love to dance)! Ok - need to stop - otherwise I'm about to fall into a major 80s nostalgia mode talking about 80s new wave, punk, goth, house, industrial, EBM, and so on, and I'll never stop! ;)
(and btw, I know you're a fan of Depeche Mode, as am I, and they are usually considered part synth-pop, but I think of them as more "New Wave" as I do other favorites The Cure and New Order. Ah - genre confusion again since so often the goth/new wave/post-punk/synth-pop overlapped in a lot of bands' music of that era.)

Thought this post needed some added visuals (all the years working in an arts library has made me very visually oriented :beerwink: )

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Re: Black Metal

by soundcurve » Mon Dec 12, 2011 12:03 pm

Laura wrote: Ok - need to stop - otherwise I'm about to fall into a major 80s nostalgia mode talking about 80s new wave, punk, goth, house, industrial, EBM, and so on, and I'll never stop! ;)
(and btw, I know you're a fan of Depeche Mode, as am I, and they are usually considered part synth-pop, but I think of them as more "New Wave" as I do other favorites The Cure and New Order. Ah - genre confusion again since so often the goth/new wave/post-punk/synth-pop overlapped in a lot of bands' music of that era.)


Hey, that is why I am open to experimentation. Also a fan of electronic music, granted they have the same "genre hell" metal goes through.

See: http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/

I been listening to a ton of electronic music the past week. Granted I like a lot of 80s music I find myself listening to "newer" groups. Some of my faves are Assemblage 23, Covenant, Ladytron, VNV Nation, Wolfsheim. (know any of them?) So genre guide-o-mater puts me in the EBM/Futurepop area mostly, haha. The commonality though with electronic and metal is there is a fuckton of energy in both and the shows are a blast.

I like the stuff that there is still a song in there though. Some of my buddies that are into electronic music just like house or mix tapes which I find kinda bullshit since there is little to no writing involved in that. That to me relies to heavy on the technology and not much on the art. I find a lot of the above groups write some excellent well thought out lyrics as well. I think my fave band/group<whatever they are called> though is Covenant. Granted all their photos look like "Mr. Anderson" - guy from the Matrix. (And not keeping this metal) Not to be confused with the metal band Kovenant (Who I think hellhammer played with - who is in a black metal band . . . so uhhhhh, not too off topic with this post :lol: ).

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And speaking of lyrics, the Ladytron cover of "Little Black Angel" came on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ea48vhA7tsM&ob=av2e
Which is originally by Death in June - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--7bemJNeG4
Which is lyrical "perversion" of Oscar Brown Jr. "Brown Baby" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9BUD10Htyc (which Nina Simone covered and many others)

Which are all great renditions and why genre are Meh. It is always the power of a song that dominates.

Lyric fun:
DIJ
http://www.deathinjune.net/lyrics/littleblackangel.htm
Oscar Brown Jr.
http://www.sing365.com/music/lyric.nsf/ ... A100224F8B

This being black metal lyrics to me:

When out of men's hearts all hate has gone
It's better to die than forever live on
My little black angel...
:bmhorns:
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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:48 am

^^^ This is a great post! :cheers: And kinda fun to derail the Black Metal thread with talk of Electronic Music!  :P

First of all, that site you linked - http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/ - is one of the best music sites I've seen in a while! I love how you can pick any subgroup (and man there are a ton!!) out of the main groups House, Trance, Techno, Breakbeat, Jungle, Hardcore, Downtempo, and hear a mini-jukebox of that genre. For example - the Synthpop subgroup includes "Don't You Want Me Baby" by the Human League, "Blue Monday" by New Order, "It's a Sin" by Pet Shop Boys, "I Ran" by Flock of Seagulls, "Sweet Dreams" by Euryhmics, "Sleepwalk" by Ultravox, among others - many of whom I mentioned in my previous post.

The "first phase" of my knowledge of and interest in electronic music (in its many forms) spanned the years 1979 when I started college and lasted through 1990. In many ways, it was the most significant period of my life because that time span includes my undergrad college years, living in Europe for 10 months, living on my own for the first time, first major jobs, 1st grad degree, lots of travel, marriage, and so on; I believe that is why a lot of that music is still very important to me and I continue to enjoy it. It was such a great time for music in my view, because I was hearing so many "new" genres** fresh as they were appearing on the music scene - and to me, and many of my friends, it was exciting as hell! I certainly didn't turn my back on all that great 70s style rock, "proto-metal" and pop music, it's just that (for example), once I heard the song Autobahn by Kraftwerk for the first time around 1979 (which actually came out in 1974), a whole new world of music opened up for me and led me to so much more throughout the 1980s and beyond....not unlike when I "discovered" Scandinavian metal music within the past decade - even though in the case of those genres, they existed *many* years before I was "tuned" into them; or as I like to say, that music had not been on my music "radar" whatsoever prior to 2005.

** and not just music under the large electronic umbrella, but others I mentioned on this thread viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2265

...oops - ran out of time and didn't even get to bands/lyrics you mentioned....to be continued... :beerwink:
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Re: Black Metal

by WizardBeast » Sat Dec 17, 2011 6:49 pm

Laura wrote:
The "first phase" of my knowledge of and interest in electronic music (in its many forms) spanned the years 1979 when I started college and lasted through 1990. In many ways, it was the most significant period of my life because that time span includes my undergrad college years, living in Europe for 10 months, living on my own for the first time, first major jobs, 1st grad degree, lots of travel, marriage, and so on;


you got married while you were still an undergrad? wow. i was engaged my senior year of college but broke it off, alas i had not found the right guy for me yet. i had no idea what i wanted then. took me another decade LOL
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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Sat Dec 17, 2011 7:48 pm

WizardBeast wrote:
Laura wrote:
The "first phase" of my knowledge of and interest in electronic music (in its many forms) spanned the years 1979 when I started college and lasted through 1990. In many ways, it was the most significant period of my life because that time span includes my undergrad college years, living in Europe for 10 months, living on my own for the first time, first major jobs, 1st grad degree, lots of travel, marriage, and so on;


you got married while you were still an undergrad? wow. i was engaged my senior year of college but broke it off, alas i had not found the right guy for me yet. i had no idea what i wanted then. took me another decade LOL


Ha - only looked at the forum a few times today and just saw this. No - did not get married when I was an undergrad. :P And, if Rob is King of TMI, I'll do my best to be the Queen of TMI. :P I was talking about a range of years from 1979-1990 that were significant on a personal level (a lot of stuff happened), and much of the music I listened to then had a strong impact on everything I listened to and really enjoyed henceforth.

To give a better date perspective - I studied architecture from 1979-1983 at University of Illinois including a year abroad in Versailles 1982-83, met husband in 1984 (also an architecture student and to this day a practicing architect), I received my 1st grad degree (library and information science) in 1989, we were married soon after, have 2 children together (2 girls born in 1997 and 1999 - yes, we are "old" parents) and have been married and have lived together in our current home ever since. We have very similar music tastes (classic rock, classical, all the 80s stuff I've talked about on the 80s thread)...yet, we part ways on black/death metal and stuff like that - not his thing. ;)
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Re: Black Metal

by WizardBeast » Sat Dec 17, 2011 7:50 pm

Laura wrote:
WizardBeast wrote:
Laura wrote:
The "first phase" of my knowledge of and interest in electronic music (in its many forms) spanned the years 1979 when I started college and lasted through 1990. In many ways, it was the most significant period of my life because that time span includes my undergrad college years, living in Europe for 10 months, living on my own for the first time, first major jobs, 1st grad degree, lots of travel, marriage, and so on;


you got married while you were still an undergrad? wow. i was engaged my senior year of college but broke it off, alas i had not found the right guy for me yet. i had no idea what i wanted then. took me another decade LOL


Ha - only looked at the forum a few times today and just saw this. No - did not get married when I was an undergrad. :P And, if Rob is King of TMI, I'll do my best to be the Queen of TMI. :P I was talking about a range of years from 1979-1990 that were significant on a personal level (a lot of stuff happened), and much of the music I listened to then had a strong impact on everything I listened to and really enjoyed henceforth.

To give a better date perspective - I studied architecture from 1979-1983 at University of Illinois including a year abroad in Versailles 1982-83, met husband in 1984 (also an architecture student and to this day a practicing architect), I received my 1st grad degree (library and information science) in 1989, we were married soon after, have 2 children together (2 girls born in 1997 and 1999 - yes, we are "old" parents) and have been married and have lived together in our current home home ever since. We have very similar music tastes (classic rock, classical, all the 80s stuff I've talked about on the 80s thread)...yet, we part ways on black metal and stuff like that - not his thing. ;)


haha! thanks for the synopsis! sorry i missed the detail about a wider range of influential years that you gave. :viking:
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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Sun Dec 18, 2011 8:47 am

soundcurve wrote:
Laura wrote: Ok - need to stop - otherwise I'm about to fall into a major 80s nostalgia mode talking about 80s new wave, punk, goth, house, industrial, EBM, and so on, and I'll never stop! ;)
(and btw, I know you're a fan of Depeche Mode, as am I, and they are usually considered part synth-pop, but I think of them as more "New Wave" as I do other favorites The Cure and New Order. Ah - genre confusion again since so often the goth/new wave/post-punk/synth-pop overlapped in a lot of bands' music of that era.)


Hey, that is why I am open to experimentation. Also a fan of electronic music, granted they have the same "genre hell" metal goes through.

See: http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/

I been listening to a ton of electronic music the past week. Granted I like a lot of 80s music I find myself listening to "newer" groups. Some of my faves are Assemblage 23, Covenant, Ladytron, VNV Nation, Wolfsheim. (know any of them?) So genre guide-o-mater puts me in the EBM/Futurepop area mostly, haha. The commonality though with electronic and metal is there is a fuckton of energy in both and the shows are a blast.

I like the stuff that there is still a song in there though. Some of my buddies that are into electronic music just like house or mix tapes which I find kinda bullshit since there is little to no writing involved in that. That to me relies to heavy on the technology and not much on the art. I find a lot of the above groups write some excellent well thought out lyrics as well. I think my fave band/group<whatever they are called> though is Covenant. Granted all their photos look like "Mr. Anderson" - guy from the Matrix. (And not keeping this metal) Not to be confused with the metal band Kovenant (Who I think hellhammer played with - who is in a black metal band . . . so uhhhhh, not too off topic with this post :lol: ).

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And speaking of lyrics, the Ladytron cover of "Little Black Angel" came on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ea48vhA7tsM&ob=av2e
Which is originally by Death in June - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--7bemJNeG4
Which is lyrical "perversion" of Oscar Brown Jr. "Brown Baby" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9BUD10Htyc (which Nina Simone covered and many others)

Which are all great renditions and why genre are Meh. It is always the power of a song that dominates.

Lyric fun:
DIJ
http://www.deathinjune.net/lyrics/littleblackangel.htm
Oscar Brown Jr.
http://www.sing365.com/music/lyric.nsf/ ... A100224F8B

This being black metal lyrics to me:

When out of men's hearts all hate has gone
It's better to die than forever live on
My little black angel...
:bmhorns:


Like I said in my partial response earlier - I like this post a lot and your links as usual - did not know the Little Black Angel song for example and do not know the band Covenant which is really strange since they began in 1986 and the 80s was when I was really into this kind of music....oh, but wait, now I read they didn't start recording till the 1990s when I had moved on to other kinds of electronica. I like what the wiki article says about them including some history:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Covenant_(band)
Covenant is a band from Sweden whose music comprises a mixture between electropop and electronic dance music. The band is composed of Eskil Simonsson, Daniel Myer and Joakim Montelius. They have been releasing their music since the early 1990s.

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, electronic music and several of its subgenres became a preferred musical style among European underground culture. It gained favor initially within major cities and eventually trickled into the continent's more socially secluded regions. This new wave of music was discovered at different instances by a group of young friends living among the shadows of Helsingborg, a scenic municipality in western Sweden. Eskil Simonsson, Joakim Montelius, and Clas Nachmanson, three teenagers with mutual, youthful curiosities for science, philosophy, and matters of existence, were enthralled by the unique presentation and the emotional content offered through the music, specifically by that of bands such as Kraftwerk, The Human League, and by EBM pioneers Front 242 and Nitzer Ebb.
(love the part I highlighted in blue)

And there is a mention of three of MY absolute favorites there - Kraftwerk, Front 242, and Nitzer Ebb - yay! And I did see them all live - the first 2 many years ago and Nitzer Ebb just last year. Covenant is definitely a band I will follow up on....so thanks for telling me about them. :cheers:

Out of the others you mentioned...the ones that I am at least familiar with the name (but haven't really listened to at all or not much) are Ladytron, VNV Nation, Assemblage 23. In my initial post I talked about phase 1 of my interest in electronic music up till 1990 - "phase 2" (1990+) kinda coincided with me mellowing out in a lot of ways so I got really into all kinds of ambient, New age, down-tempo... but also more lively dub and so on (a compilation I have called King Size Dub is a favorite - especially "Ghetto Prayer" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckmuZlmG ... 8FE96C3CBE ) - the kind of music I started listening to a lot on a radio program in the 90s called Musical Starstreams (think I mentioned this somewhere before), which is now here: http://www.starstreams.com/ Of course, not all of what I've listened to is "mellow" - also love/loved groups like The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy when I first heard them..and most recently had a truly extraordinary experience at the Lollapalooza 2011 Deadmau5 gig. I wish there was a youtube out there that could somehow capture the energy of the thousands of people there - it was incredible with the backdrop of the Chicago skyline and all - here is something at least - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcxNIfVIUdU

Well, I think I only scratched the surface of what I could say about this topic (and now so many other artists/bands that I've really enjoyed over so many years time are coming to mind - Jan Hammer, Enigma, Moby, Deuter, Paul Hartcastle, Kitaro, Deep Forest, and on and on!) - but I think I'll stop now. :P (especially since this is the Black Metal thread :lol: ....btw - I did LOVE the Inquisition show last week - only wrote about it briefly on the gig thread, so thought I'd mention it again here - I would have bought some merch but ALL was sold out! :cry: )
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Goddess of Metal wrote:hehe!! :D

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i freaking love these! :beerhorns: :beerhorns: :beerhorns: :bmhorns:
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Re: Black Metal

by soundcurve » Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:15 pm

Sweet! This seems really cool!

2011 release from the infamous Norwegian Black Metal band led by Varg Vikernes. From The Depths of Darkness contains Varg's favorite tracks from his first two albums Burzum and Det Som Engang Var re-recorded in 2010 the way he originally intended. The result is a hard hitting and great sounding collection of tracks sounding the way Varg wanted the tracks to be heard by his dedicated fans and supporters. It's an album that will cement the legacy of Burzum.

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Re: Black Metal

by mooyagi » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:16 pm

Varg can go fuck himself :P
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Re: Black Metal

by soundcurve » Thu Dec 22, 2011 6:38 pm

mooyagi wrote:Varg can go fuck himself :P


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Re: Black Metal

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Ah yes....Varg....the poster child so to speak... ;)
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by Tyr » Fri Dec 23, 2011 10:51 am

soundcurve wrote:
mooyagi wrote:Varg can go fuck himself :P


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Funny thing is that his name before he changed it to Varg was Kristian / Christian.
And he got kicked out of Åsatroa.....haha

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Re: Black Metal

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In case this wasn't mentioned before:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vN_G9NF ... re=related

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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:52 am

KevinP wrote:In case this wasn't mentioned before:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vN_G9NF ... re=related

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OMG! (am I allowed to use valley-girl-speak when talking about black metal? :P )

That is a fantastic song - just listened to a link you posted on fb and saw it again here. Really, really like this - thanks!

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Re: Black Metal

by WizardBeast » Wed Dec 28, 2011 12:31 pm

Tyr wrote:
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mooyagi wrote:Varg can go fuck himself :P


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Funny thing is that his name before he changed it to Varg was Kristian / Christian.
And he got kicked out of Åsatroa.....haha

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did NOT know that about his name....how ironic! is he a Norwegian Hillbilly?
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by KevinP » Wed Dec 28, 2011 6:47 pm

Laura, stop taking everything I say LITERALLY. Otherwise I'll have to start calling you a Clueless Broad :lol:
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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Wed Dec 28, 2011 8:03 pm

KevinP wrote:Laura, stop taking everything I say LITERALLY. Otherwise I'll have to start calling you a Clueless Broad :lol:


Dear Kevin....I'm over taking you literally (I think) :P ....it's just that I was recently reminded how incredibly stubborn I can be (which I don't consider a negative trait btw) by a certain someone, so I guess the stubborn comment struck a teensy weensy nerve. :mrgreen:

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WizardBeast wrote:did NOT know that about his name....how ironic! is he a Norwegian Hillbilly?


Not Norwegian but think he might qualify for the title. Lives on a farm in the middle of nowhere I believe.

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Anywhooooooo, Love Burzum regardless of some rational dislike for the dude from some. I still dig his creative output. It invokes the emotion I look for in Black Metal. The guy is intelligent to me regardless his views (and a very heavy serving of ego). Guy I'd like to share a few brews to cut through some of the sensationalism/hype to suss out. :beerwink:

Not sure this re-record really needed to exist but it is nice to hear that regardless changing the shit recording methods (A staple of old BM) the songs are still solid.
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Re: Black Metal

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soundcurve wrote:
WizardBeast wrote:did NOT know that about his name....how ironic! is he a Norwegian Hillbilly?


Not Norwegian but think he might qualify for the title. Lives on a farm in the middle of nowhere I believe.

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He is Norwegian, from Bergen.

Another funny thing about him: When he had his first leave from prison, (yes in norway prisoners get leave to go out and visit familt and shit)
he hijacked a Volvo, kicked the family that was in it out and headed for Sweden, he got second thoughts or whatever and gave up running to Sweden,
but he got more prisontime added, hahaha, so there you go for inteligent.
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Re: Black Metal

by Malaka » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:24 am

soundcurve wrote:Sweet! This seems really cool!

2011 release from the infamous Norwegian Black Metal band led by Varg Vikernes. From The Depths of Darkness contains Varg's favorite tracks from his first two albums Burzum and Det Som Engang Var re-recorded in 2010 the way he originally intended. The result is a hard hitting and great sounding collection of tracks sounding the way Varg wanted the tracks to be heard by his dedicated fans and supporters. It's an album that will cement the legacy of Burzum.

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Wasn't it supposed to sound like shit? :? Maybe this one sounds like a tree full of cicadas, eh? :roll:
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Re: Black Metal

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Tyr wrote:
soundcurve wrote:
WizardBeast wrote:did NOT know that about his name....how ironic! is he a Norwegian Hillbilly?


Not Norwegian but think he might qualify for the title. Lives on a farm in the middle of nowhere I believe.

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He is Norwegian, from Bergen.

Another funny thing about him: When he had his first leave from prison, (yes in norway prisoners get leave to go out and visit familt and shit)
he hijacked a Volvo, kicked the family that was in it out and headed for Sweden, he got second thoughts or whatever and gave up running to Sweden,
but he got more prisontime added, hahaha, so there you go for inteligent.
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Meant I am not Norwegian. Not sure if the term hillbilly is applicable in Norway.

Yea, The prison system in Norway seems a bit more relax. I believe he got access to computers, musical instruments, etc. (Wrote those two ambient albums in prison) I'd say intelligence doesn't necessary mean someone is wise. Intelligent people can make some very poor decisions.
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Re: Black Metal

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SlaytanicE21 wrote:Wasn't it supposed to sound like shit? :? Maybe this one sounds like a tree full of cicadas, eh? :roll:


Yea, the whole recording approach was a rebellion to what should be done in a proper studio with the first 3 albums. Some of the tempos are different from the orginal song (slow parts groove a bit better) though the production still isn't Black album quality :lol:

Difference being better drum and guitar production. The vocals aren't as manic and you can understand the lyrics a bit more. Give it a scope if you dig burzum (Though I think I might be the only one on the forum that does :lol: ).
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Re: Black Metal

by WizardBeast » Fri Dec 30, 2011 10:23 am

Anyone heard of Otargos from France?

SICK video (if you're impatient you might want to skip past the talking part...) and awesome song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-XN4Yj0 ... ure=relmfu
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by shaneos » Mon Jan 09, 2012 4:02 pm

Just discovered these guys today - Blodsgard https://www.facebook.com/BlodsgardOfficial

Unsigned Norwegian Black Metal. These have to be some of the better demos I've heard recently as far as musicianship and production.
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Re: Black Metal

by Skwizgar » Mon Jan 09, 2012 5:35 pm

Say what you will about the Black Satans, but the exploding head at :32 in their "The Mutilation of Christ" video brings a warm tear of nostalgia to my eye.

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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Mon Jan 09, 2012 7:37 pm

WizardBeast wrote:Anyone heard of Otargos from France?

SICK video (if you're impatient you might want to skip past the talking part...) and awesome song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-XN4Yj0 ... ure=relmfu


Thanks for sharing this Rhia! Great song and interesting visuals - some a bit creepy but still interesting - need to watch it a few more times.

I mentioned somewhere lately (folk metal thread I think), that anytime I see and hear something new (in particular when it is something I like), some song, or influence, or some such thing from my past pops in my head - it's like I'm in constant flashback mode. :? :P Cool and un-nerving all at the same time. :P Anyway...

The flashback that video caused for me was the Leper Scene in the movie Jesus Christ Superstar from 1973. My dad took me to see it in the movie theater when I was a very young girl and I was *completely* mesmerised by it. (it remains one of my favorite movies and musical recordings to this day).

If any of you haven't seen the movie - I highly recommend! Ted Neeley had/has a truly great rock voice imo - also saw him in the live stage production of JCS about 20 years ago.
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Re: Black Metal

by soundcurve » Mon Jan 09, 2012 8:30 pm

Laura wrote:The flashback that video caused for me was the Leper Scene in the movie Jesus Christ Superstar from 1973. My dad took me to see it in the movie theater when I was a very young girl and I was *completely* mesmerised by it. (it remains one of my favorite movies and musical recordings to this day).


I remember that movie. It was a pretty good musical. Though I changed the lyrics to "Jesus Christ, super star, who in the fuck do you think you are?"

I prefer this music with sampling from "The Last Temptation of Christ". Deicide - Once Upon The Cross http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9NESceABdA :shred:

A debated verse (as if there weren't enough) from the bible at the start:

Mark 15:34 / Matthew 27:46

And at the ninth hour, Jesus shouted in a loud voice, "Eloi Eloi lama sabachthani?" which is translated, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?"

Pretty self explanatory to me but religious types like to mold it to what they need. Perhaps Epicurus' Riddle would have serve as comfort which states: Either god wants to do something about evil, and cannot, or they can, but do not. So they're either impotent, and therefore nothing to worry about, or wicked, and therefore not really gods.

I always found that amazing in that it came from a human 300 BCE. The more things change the more they stay the same. (Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr)

Though back on topic, yea I have to watch JC Superstar again sometime. Watched that and "amadeus" in a music class in high school back in the day. Good stuff.
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Re: Black Metal

by Laura » Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:01 pm

^^^ Mike, nice post as always ;) :cheers:

Listened to that Deicide link - not totally my thing music-wise, but still somewhat enjoyable and interesting nevertheless. The Last Temptation of Christ? - if you are referring to the movie with Willem Dafoe - it is also one of my favorites. It's funny/strange perhaps that I like so many things that have to do with religion since I am not religious personally (I'm agnostic) - it's not the religion per se, but the overarching struggle between good & evil that exists in one's own mind that interests me.

I believe in the historical Jesus (that is, that he existed), but that he was completely delusional in believing he was the son of God. My parents raised me in a very scientific-oriented, non-religious way, so that when I saw Jesus Christ Superstar at the impressionable age of 12 :P , I saw the Ted Neeley character as passionate and sensitive (qualities I was and still am very much drawn to in other people), yet extremely delusional and oh so human!
So, since I'm still in flashback mode ;) ...the song in JCS that captures this sentiment for me best is Gethsemane....I like to view this as not a struggle he is having with some real external Father or God - but something much more difficult - himself. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3mFBh2z9sc (at 2:57! Heavy Metal Jesus! :headbanger: and the artwork at 3:54! :D :D )

and ha - since we are both fond of lyrics. ;) ....

Gethsemane (I only want to say):

I only want to say
If there is a way
Take this cup away from me
For I don't want to taste its poison
Feel it burn me,
I have changed I'm not as sure
As when we started
Then I was inspired
Now I'm sad and tired
Listen surely I've exceeded
Expectations
Tried for three years
Seems like thirty
Could you ask as much
From any other man?

But if I die
See the saga through
And do the things you ask of me
Let them hate me, hit me, hurt me
Nail me to their tree
I'd want to know
I'd want to know my God
I'd want to know
I'd want to know my God
I'd want to see
I'd want to see my God
I'd want to see
I'd want to see my God
Why I should die
Would I be more noticed
Than I ever was before?
Would the things I've said and done
Matter any more?
I'd have to know
I'd have to know my Lord
I'd have to know
I'd have to know my Lord
I'd have to see
I'd have to see my Lord
I'd have to see
I'd have to see my Lord

If I die what will be my reward?
If I die what will be my reward?
I'd have to know
I'd have to know my Lord
I'd have to know
I'd have to know my Lord

Why, why should I die?
Oh, why should I die?
Can you show me now
That I would not be killed in vain?
Show me just a little
Of your omnipresent brain
Show me there's a reason
For your wanting me to die
You're far too keen on where and how
But not so hot on why
Alright I'll die!
Just watch me die!
See how, see how I die!
Oh, just watch me die!

Then I was inspired
Now I'm sad and tired
After all I've tried for three years
Seems like ninety
Why then am I scared
To finish what I started
What you started
I didn't start it
God thy will is hard
But you hold every card
I will drink your cup of poison
Nail me to your cross and break me
Bleed me, beat me
Kill me, take me now
Before I change my mind


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Re: Black Metal

by KevinP » Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:08 pm

Laura,

You really need to rethink your "can't go to MDF this year" stance. There is so much black metal playing, seems odd that you would miss it. Plus they added Absu.

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Re: Black Metal

by soundcurve » Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:23 pm

Laura wrote:Gethsemane (I only want to say)

And :lol: - some may think all of this Jesus talk is far adrft from the topic of Black Metal - but for me at least, it's quite closely related. ;) :P


Yea, that is a very sad song of doubt.

Expectations
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Was something I noted of interested putting the 30 yrs. of life before his proclamation as son of god into the equation. I assume to echo that life is the trail. Being human is not simple. Either way I understand your interest in religion. It is very artistic to me as well. From time to time I get looped up in trying to "figure it out" realizing that in 2012 I am no closer than 300 BCE, haha!. I really wish religion was taken more as a art than a faith at times but some could argue that for metal. Would you die for metal? :lol: (I think after a week without I would, haha) Perhaps my love of metal is my faith. :D

Np the deicide track wasn't your thing. I been in a huge Cannibal Corpse Corpsegrinder-era to prep for the cruise. Deicide just happens to be a old fave death metal band for me that I loved. (Though CC-Bloodthrist atm :deathmetal:)
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Re: Black Metal

by soundcurve » Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:33 pm

KevinP wrote:Nike, are you going ?


The Misfits--Nike-a-Go-Go http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGKiYDE8Z2M

Yea, I am there though trying to figure what day or the whole thing. My mains to see are:

AGALLOCH - so Thursday

And Saturday:
THE DEVIL'S BLOOD
OCTOBER 31 (dudes from Deceased)
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BRUJERIA

Not to derail the Black Metal Vortex of this thread but I know you are fairly rooted into old school DM but thoughts on corpse grinder-era Cannibal Corpse? perhaps a poll? :D I am finding Bloodthirst and the last two CC albums pretty up to par with my Eaten - Bleeding love of Barnes-era
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Re: Black Metal

by KevinP » Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:35 am

soundcurve wrote:Not to derail the Black Metal Vortex of this thread but I know you are fairly rooted into old school DM but thoughts on corpse grinder-era Cannibal Corpse? perhaps a poll? :D I am finding Bloodthirst and the last two CC albums pretty up to par with my Eaten - Bleeding love of Barnes-era


I love Eaten back to Life. Wanted to like Butchered when it came out but it's too boring. Didn't like Tomb as Barnes started to sound really shitty. And I'm no expert on the future releases even though I've heard most of them.

I just don't care or enjoy this band at all. I never really cared for George in Monstrosity either. He's vlight years better than Barnes though.

I listened to the new song they posted yesterday and it did absolutely nothing of me. More than likely I'm skipping both of their sets unless nothing else is going on.
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by EvilDan » Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:50 am

KevinP wrote:And I'm no expert on the future releases even though I've heard most of them.

Not surprised you're not an expert on future releases, but how did you hear most of them? :shock:
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Re: Black Metal

by Bentz! » Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:56 am

Sorry if this is out of place, but the Jesus Christ Superstar stuff reminded me of this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LyKxzw6cjg

"ROCK ME, SEXY JESUS" from Hamlet 2 (which I found very amusing)
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Re: Black Metal

by mooyagi » Tue Jan 10, 2012 8:14 am

Bentz! wrote:Sorry if this is out of place, but the Jesus Christ Superstar stuff reminded me of this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LyKxzw6cjg

"ROCK ME, SEXY JESUS" from Hamlet 2 (which I found very amusing)

My old softball team (league run by a local tavern) had entrance music for each batter. This was my song :deathhorns:
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Re: Black Metal

by Bentz! » Tue Jan 10, 2012 8:20 am

mooyagi wrote:
Bentz! wrote:Sorry if this is out of place, but the Jesus Christ Superstar stuff reminded me of this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LyKxzw6cjg

"ROCK ME, SEXY JESUS" from Hamlet 2 (which I found very amusing)

My old softball team (league run by a local tavern) had entrance music for each batter. This was my song :deathhorns:

:lol: nice!
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