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  1. Slayer - Seasons in the Abyss
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  2. I'm Listening to Nine Inch Nails too - Closer
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  3. Doom 1993 OST
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  4. Darkthrone - Panzerfaust
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  5. Ulver - Bergtatt: Et eeventyr i 5 capitler (album)
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  6. Black Sabbath - Master of Reality (album)
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  7. Drinking Skol with my cousins and my friends! My favorite beer 🤟🏻 Haven't posted here in a while, haven't drink in a while!!! Merry Xmas everyone!!
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  8. Obliveon - From This Day Forward
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  9. Dødheimsgard - Supervillain Outcast My Dying Bride - As The Flower Withers Abigor - Totschläger ...man, I'm hooked on this album right now. If you're in the mood for some dense, riffy black metal, give it a shot. Abyssal - Novit Enim Dominus Qui Sunt Eius
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  10. I dont listen to modern metal..but here is my all time favourite bands list 1.Pantera 2.Pantera 3.Pantera 4.Pantera 5.Pantera
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  11. Nine Inch Nails - The Big Come Down
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  12. Balor good to hear from you, ok well at least youve heard some of bathory all the way through. For some albums this is best way to listen to them. I rarely get the chance to listen to an album all the way through so am looking forward to opportunity's this year. Was listening to bathory all way through better experience than just individual tracks? Sounds like you got good at the painting models and war gaming stuff. What kind of models and war models were they? Was it Warhammer? Last year my best stuff was abstract art with the tie dye effect. I did some interesting stuff. Sounds h
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  13. Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger Rush - Hemispheres
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  14. Yowie

    Impressive new finds

    No problem. Just asked to see whether I could be bothered checking them out or not hahaha. I'm not a fan of brutal slam death.
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  15. Definitely the Max era for me, but Roots being the album of that era I've least enjoyed. I've only liked the last 2 albums since Derrick Green joined. In saying that, there's a few albums I haven't listened to since he joined so I might like a few more.
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  16. I was talking about bands like Venom and Bathory. I realized earlier this year that I had never listened to a Bathory album all of the way through - though I had listened to many tracks. At least I managed to change that. Haha I always wanted to write good black metal, but I have realized that I do not really have a mind for composing it. I still try every now and then to do so, but I think I am overall better suited to noise. It's really hard to balance work/life stuff with hobbies. That was the main reason that I have essentially stopped painting. I used to paint a lot of mo
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  17. Hi everyone, I'm doing an investigation in my English Language A Level, was wondering if anyone could help? The title for the course work is: : "An investigation into the representations of women in metal and rock music and whether this has changed overtime." the main thing I'm looking into is some songs that could be quite 'offensive' to women and also how some bands lyrics may be sexist or misogynistic against women any songs or lyrics from songs with the name of the song and band with them would be much appreciated.
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  18. Krypts - Unending Degradation
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  19. That's great balor you done some of your resolutions. Maybe you can get some painting done this year and listen to old bm. How old is old. What bands are these ones. Is it from era before mayhem like bathory. Is bathory even black metal. Reason I brought this up is after looking back at last years new year week diary entries I noticed I didn't do any of them. Obviously this year. I can do them. 🤘🤘🤘But when I read your old thread was interested how you got on. And you did good. 👏👏👏👏🎊🎊🎉🎉🎉🎉👻👻🎂🎂
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  20. Haha, this takes me back a while! I think I actually did do most of this (apart from listening to more old bm). However, painting has definitely taken a significant backseat in the face of other, more pressing things. Your goals look good too, and I wish you the best in achieving them!
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  21. Really enjoying some Vio-Lence (Albums Torture Tactics and Eternal Nightmare)!
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  22. Mine would probably be behemoth.watain, and inquisition.
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  23. Diabolical Masquerade - Ravendusk In My Heart
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  24. Raise the horns to rice then😋🤘🤘 same for me, just feel alot better after eating rice more often. Gluten does not agree with me much. Also Thanks for cooking tip. I bet that gives the rice some great extra flavour. That plus my normal sprinkling of pepper could be amazing 👏👏👏
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  25. I was listening a lot about Ulver being one of the most experimental and respected bands that changed a lot from album to album. Since I like these kind of acts that drastically morph into weird things and still experiment after so many years (it really inspires me with ideas), I decided to go from the first album and listen everything they recorded (at least studio albums for now). I like 'Marriage', it's industrial sound, but it's very strange with unusual rhythm sequences and trippy, almost gothic sounding voices (I hear some Depeche Mode style of singing in some parts), concept of son
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  26. What prompted the Ulver discography dive? Great stuff in there... I'd be interested to hear what you think of Marriage Of Heaven And Hell in particular, I don't think I've ever heard another album quite like it. NP: Wormed - Exodromos
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  27. Borknagar - Wild Father's Heart
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  28. Metallica - Fight Fire With Fire
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  29. MaxFaust

    Metal Genesis

    It wasn't usual to call this music style "heavy metal" back in the 70s. To the best of my knowledge, nor did any bands call themselves heavy metal until Judas Priest in 1975. However, what got the whole NWOBHM thing started was Motörhead's album Overkill, first released im March of 1979. You can't possibly overstate what kind of impact that album had on rock fans of all genres, even the punk rockers ... who would routinely dismiss all "heavy" music as decadent burgeoise nonsense. I mean ... I remember how I couldn't believe my own fucking ears. What is this? It was like having a religious expe
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  30. Rice is great. I make it a lot with lunch and dinner. Even switched over to rice pasta a while back and we feel better because of it. My favorite thing to do is cook the grains in some coconut or avocado oil before adding the water, just until the grains start looking uniformly opaque and a little bit toasted. Gotta keep stirring so they don't burn. Then add the water and salt, cover and wait, etc.
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  31. Mercyful Fate - Don't Break The Oath (album)
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  32. Hmmm, I am not going to go on Google right now and find the most reasonably priced stockist of this and take a hit on the credit card with an early xmas gift to myself. No not me. **sound of wallet being opened amidst furious typing**
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  33. The Chasm - From The Lost Years Pretty rare, I'm happy to have found it at last.
    1 point
  34. Ulcerate - Shrines Of Paralysis
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  35. Slow morning at work, allows me to catch up on some solid music: Havukruunu - Uinos Syomein Sota Ulthar - Providence Eternal Champion - Ravening Iron (this is a belter of an album!) Megaton Sword - Blood Hails Steel - Steel Hails Fire Hail.
    1 point
  36. robguy

    Texas metal band

    Tha name of the band is ASKA. Can’t believe I couldn’t think of it before.
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  37. Wędrujący Wiatr - O turniach, jeziorach i nocnych szlakach
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  38. Has anyone heard SFU’s new album “Nightmares of the Decomposed”? I’m listening to it now, and it’s not too bad overall. However, I never knew that Yoda sang in a death metal band until now.
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  39. Sodom - Genesis XIX
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  40. Maybe you try by taking few private lessons or as mentioned, youtube can be helpful too. I try to study now fretless guitar techniques, found realy good stuff in youtube.
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  41. Immolation - I have been going through their discography a lot of late and although I can't fight the fact that some dips in form occur I still think that they are one of the most consistent performers over the past 30 years of death metal. They have a unique sound that is instantly identifiable and can drop in some really angular leads into any track at any point to add that sense of haunting atmosphere. I would go as far as saying that any death metal fan needs to own Dawn of Possession, Here In After and Close to a World Below with nods towards Failures for Gods and Unholy Cult. Gorg
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  42. I suppose that this thread is a reflection on my earlier post about record labels. The most successful bands are signed to labels. I know however that the music industry is largely fools’ gold. Just ask all of those talent show winners turned one hit wonders. On the one hand, I am pleased that a lot of young bands are forging a career without record labels, but I am also aware that those bands are not well known, and may never be sufficiently well known to allow them to make serious money – ie the money they need to move out of their parental homes. And so I find myself reluct
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  43. Well this is getting locked. I don’t think it was the intention but this thread can easily be deemed to be belittling people with mental health or general social and economic problems. Not what the forum is here for.
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  44. I have two kids already. The last thing I need around here is a fertile pussy.
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  45. I haven't "been done" I will mark my territory I am afraid.
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  46. Agalloch - The Mantle: Agalloch are a dark/folk metal band from the USA, specializing in making very moody and serene sounding music. Their sound is akin to a mixture of Ulver's Bergtatt with bands like Opeth, Katatonia (Brave Murder Day), and Anathema (The Silent Enigma), though they definitely expand upon these influences. There are lots of acoustic guitars, clean vocal passages, and beautiful sections to contrast the harsh dark metal vocals and riffs. A very captivating band, and this is my favorite album of theirs. This is much more somber and serious sounding music than tha
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  47. Re: Lemmy Vs Chuck Norris lemmy fact: Lemmy's breath can make you drunk Chuck Norris fact: there is no theory of evolution, just a list of creatures Chuck Norris has allowed to live
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