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  1. Probably me, but I have seen at the very least Surge, Zach, Navy and Marko all support them as well. And no worries Doc, I don't need credit. Just like to spread the stuff that does it for me around for others to possibly enjoy. Obituary - Cause of Death, I've gotta say I'm pretty sure I spin Slowly We Rot more than CoD. Obituary - The End Complete
    5 points
  2. King Diamond - The Spider's Lullaby Underrated.
    5 points
  3. Mercyful Fate - Don't Break The Oath King Diamond - Fatal Portrait
    5 points
  4. Overkill - Wings Of War
    4 points
  5. Annihilator - Alice In Hell
    4 points
  6. Thank YOU. Finney was the dog love of my wife's life. She called him, "my little man" and they were inseparable. A couple of weeks before she "got there", she visited her brother while I stayed home taught kayaking and watched over Finney at night. I came home and had been unable to hold himself in a little pen we finally kept him in the house. He pooped all over it, he was covered in feces. The stains in the little pen were such that I threw it away and I was less than pleasant with her on the phone. I pleaded with her, "we both work, we can't care for him the way he needs". I didn't want to ever be put in that kind of situation again. He basically needed a homebound caregiver. I mean, she told me to take a breath and calm down and then shortly after she returned she looked at me and started to cry and said, "Mark it's time. I'm ready". She made an appointment and we ended his life. Weird, when we drove to the vet he became unusually agitated and I started to think, maybe that 6th sense knew what we were going to do. Shit, I almost changed my mind. Like, could he possibly know??? But we followed through. It was the best thing in the end and neither of us have regrets now. It took her a long time to get to the place where she came to her own conclusion, that it wasn't OK to keep him alive for her attachment. In the end we both realized we gave him a great life, he lived crazy long for a dog-17 years and some change-that's sick! And he enriched our lives for many years with the tenacity and enthusiasm that only terriers have! Norwich's, the smallest of the proper terriers, served in WWII and in the show ring it's stated that honorable scars shall not be considered a fault when evaluating a dog. They're fiercely independent and, while affectionate and comical, can never be truly "owned". They're little bad asses. Of course, it was sad, but it was a mercy as it had been a few years since he would play, run and play and simply be a dog. I remember shortly before George Burns died, he said something like, "well, it's about time for me to trade my body in for a new one". I hope I have that clarity when I get there. Like my Unitarian Mom always tells me, "death is just part of life".
    4 points
  7. Possessed - Seven Churches
    4 points
  8. Disma – Earthendium EP Paradise Lost - Tragic idol You put salami in your fettuccini? That's strange. I would have thought vegemite or beetroot maybe.
    4 points
  9. Ethereal Shroud - Trisagion The Ruins Of Beverast - Exuvia Stormkeep - Tales of Othertime Mystifier - Goetia
    4 points
  10. No one makes me look bad except for myself. And anyone who has listened to heavy music in the last 30 years and doesn't know Rob is gay is not worth knowing in the first place.
    4 points
  11. Strapping Young Lad - City
    4 points
  12. Yeah you would have. Somehow we dragged our asses down there for them and Necfrofier and it was totally worth it, even though the time slot sucked balls. Sedimentum is finally dropping a full length "Suppuration Morphogénésiaque" https://mesacounojo.bandcamp.com/album/suppuration-morphog-n-siaque Preview Track:
    4 points
  13. You can't think of it that way though. Music is life mate. That'd be like laying out all the shits you've taken for the last 40 years and regretfully contemplating the tremendous amount of money you've spent on food during that time, and how those hardened turds (and maybe a few extra kgs around the middle) are all you have left to show for it. You needed those CD's and LP's just like you needed that food.
    3 points
  14. Jerry Cantrell - Boggy Depot
    3 points
  15. Hadn't ever heard of D.I. before. Very Orange County sounding, kinda like a less commercial Offspring. Or a more commercial Adolescents depending how you look at it. Not sure how I missed hearing about them, I'm a big fan of OC legends Social D and Agent Orange. Adolescents - Adolescents 1981 T S O L - Revenge, 1986
    3 points
  16. It's freakin' hot as fuck outside! California punk it is... Circle Jerks - Group Sex Dead Kennedy's - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables D.I. - Horse Bites Dog Cries Descendants - Milo Goes to College
    3 points
  17. Motorhead - Aces Of Spades 40th Anniversary
    3 points
  18. HELLRIPPER - Black Arts & Alchemy HELLBLOOD - Black Speed Metal Hell
    3 points
  19. I am well aware it’s not unique to the left, I would argue the right have been doing it longer and with more success, see the list of books banned in Texas for evidence. My point was more that cancel culture is not as well organised, or as readily endorsed by major political figures as the rights increased efforts to completely undermine democracy as a whole. Cancel culture when abused is a serious issue, it can have a devastating impact on people, that is why I said I feel it should only be used in the extreme cases where calling someone out for their words and actions can actually raise awareness of an important issue.
    3 points
  20. JonoBlade

    What's on your mind?

    I think I only watch Bill Maher when you post a clip, but he seems fairly sensible to me. The best truth comes from comedians. Thanks Mark. However, it also kind of illustrates that a stupid reaction can flare up, be ridiculed, justice done (I think he said the chick with no sense of humour got fired?) and settle down again. People like him and Ricky Gervais do fine in the world of over sensitive pussies. In fact what would they do for material? It would only be a problem if over sensitive pussies started killing people they were offended by. But they won't. Because they're oversensitive pussies. EDIT: I pondered something else over lunch.... namely that boomers like Bill Maher, when railing against the bleeding heart liberal youth, seem to conveniently forget that they were also bleeding heart liberal youth once, and then grew out of it to bring the human race to the brink of extinction (via rampant consumerism). Not only that, but the bleeding heart youth of today have been raised by Bill and his friends. So, they must not have been very good parents. Those who live in glass houses....
    3 points
  21. D.R.I. - Thrash Zone
    3 points
  22. Sacrifice - Forward to Termination, 1987 Obituary - World Demise, 1994 Korpse - Pull the Flood, 1994
    3 points
  23. Carcass - Necroticism
    3 points
  24. Slayer - Reign in Blood
    3 points
  25. If hating Krallice is wrong then I don't wanna be right.
    3 points
  26. Strapping Young Lad - SYL
    3 points
  27. Atheist - Piece of Time Atheist - Jupiter Death - Spiritual Healing Judas Priest - Killing Machine Megadeth - United Abominations Sepultura - Beneath The Remains Slayer - Reign In Blood
    3 points
  28. That must mean lime cordial doesn’t count either… Between the three of us we sure are dashing those rumours that metal heads are nothing but party animals aren’t we…
    3 points
  29. I miss the days when Tassie wasn't hip and cool and people opted to move out rather to move to. Id much rather we were still Tasbania and the arse end of Australia. All this population growth and mass tourism is turning the state to shit. Our crap roads are congested, our hospitals inundated to the point the hospitals are asking people not to go there unless really needed! Yet there aren't enough doctors. Houses are now overpriced to the point most locals can't afford one, rentals are rare (thanks to not just people moving in but also Air BnB). Homeless are now everywhere especially as government's quickly selling off public housing stocks, often to interstate investors or people wanting to move here (who are usually poor retired mainlanders who need more healthcare services in a state with the worst health system in Australia). Discharge -Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing Charged GBH - City Baby's Revenge
    3 points
  30. No It wont. New single this Thursday (it's got it's own website) and album in September NP Hidden Intent - Dead End Destiny Pretty sure Dave's been the butt of worse memes in his career
    3 points
  31. Only just saw this - so sorry to hear abut your fur babies! I actually am a bit similar. I can watch movies only once ever 10 years as I tend to remember everything, though not word for word. Also so sad. Only every buried one pet - my Siberian husky who died last year on 29 December. Still think about her every say even though I have a new pooch! New pooch benefits from the memories though as I spend as much time as I can with her because I felt like I didn't enough with the old dog.
    3 points
  32. Void Rot - Descending Pillars Cerebral Rot - Odious Descent Into Decay Eternal Rot - Putridarium Coffin Rot - Coffin Rot Crypt Rot - Gangrenous Corpse-Ridden Swamp Altar of Rot - Altar of Rot
    3 points
  33. https://voidrot.bandcamp.com/album/consumed-by-oblivion void rot is a really great local band from my area. i highly recommend checking them out
    3 points
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  35. Deströyer 666 - Defiance, 2009, love this band, running the whole D-666 catalog tonight. Deströyer 666 - Cold Steel...For An Iron Age, 2002 Deströyer 666 - Phoenix Rising, 2000
    3 points
  36. Massacre — From Beyond
    3 points
  37. Asphyx - The Rack Eternal Champion - Armor of Ire Gorefest - False Impending Doom - Nailed. Dead. Risen. Mastodon - Emperor of Sand Morbid Angel - Covenant Nails - Obscene Humanity Nosce Teipsum - Nothing Remains Shedding Skin - We Of Scorn Terror - Trapped In A World Trap Them - Seizures In Barren Praise Twisted Sister - Under The Blade
    3 points
  38. Wolf - Edge of the World NWOBHM album circa 1984. Competent if meat n potatoes...one Metal Archives describes them as link between Dokken and Demon and I would agree with that. Megadeth - So Far, So Good...So What? Black Sabbath - Mob Rules
    3 points
  39. SPERMGOAT - Primigenia Eyaculacion Voraz ...and this.........
    3 points
  40. Megadeth- Hidden Treasures So many good songs. "99 Ways To Die" is easily one of my favourite Megadeth songs.
    3 points
  41. MONSTROSITY - Millennium MONSTROSITY - In Dark Purity
    3 points
  42. Just wanted to mention that I did see this the other day Luxi, don't want you to think I'm just ignoring you. I've been thinking this over quite a bit since then and I've come to the conclusion that a comprehensive list like this would be a near impossible task. While I think I've made it pretty obvious to all that I love lo-fi black metal, I don't organize my collection in that way. Black metal and all its many sub-variants of all fies get tagged as simply "black metal" and I don't break it down any father than that. I'll break it down further in my mind while I'm listening to it, atmo-black, melodic black, bestial black, black/death, black/thrash, lo-fi black, Darkthrone clones....but it all just gets filed under black metal. And honestly there are so many thousands of bm bands in existence, I've only just scratched the surface of what's out there to be found, I discover new (to me) lo-fi bands all the time. As much as I love lfbm I'm hardly an authority on the subject. And you know what they say about getting old, the memory is the first thing to go. (after the hair and the knees) And then we haven't even addressed the dilema of where to draw the line. Almost all of the black metal I listen to is at least somewhat raw, certainly wouldn't call any of it hi-fi. I avoid the polished well produced stuff for the most part. So what counts as lo-fi in your mind? Or possibly a better question might be what doesn't count as lo-fi? Do you just want the fuzzy atmospheric stuff where it all just blends together and you can't discern the individual instruments? Or do you want me to include the rough sounding bestial stuff from the Blasphemy/Beherit school of bm? Would you consider the first 4 Darkthrone albums (not counting Soulside) lo-fi bm? I love making lists and am generally happy to run with any excuse to make yet another one. But we'd definitely need to define 'lo-fi' in reasonably consensual terms so we could all be on the same page before I could begin to actually compile a meaningful list. And I'd think guys like Surge and Serpentboi might be better ones to ask than me because lo-fi bm really seems to be their thing at least as much or probably even more than it is mine. Epheles - Souviens Toi, France 2006 Ruins - Satanic Bitchpenetration, Germany 2008
    3 points
  43. Krypts - Cadaver Circulation
    3 points
  44. Thanks for the cat intel to you and F.A. She's starting to warm up to me a bit now. Cat behavior-even all the shit they do with their eyes-pupils dilating, and eyelid changes are fascinating.
    2 points
  45. That would be servicing the EWE, it's too late in the season for that!
    2 points
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