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  1. Metallica - Master of Puppets
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  3. Goatpenis might be exactly what you are looking for.
    2 points
  4. Burzum - From The Depths Of Darkness
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  5. Incantation - Sect Of Vile Divinities (signed copy )
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  6. Malmsteen & Maine Coon's is a great name for a cattery business.
    2 points
  7. Edited FA's list to save me typing a ton of the same stuff. In addition: Gorguts - Colored Sands (2013) - this album massively upped the Gorguts' game and was my pick of top album for the 2010's. Containing songwriting that most bands can only dream of and musicianship that is unrivalled in my opinion, this is a weighty and varied album that despite it's forays into other genres still remains a death metal beast at it's very core. Akhlys - The Dreaming I (2015) & Melinoรซ (2020)- 2 of the greatest modern bm albums in my collection (both sitting on vinyl on splattered effect
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  8. The talking is the worst! It sounds like his old videos. But I agree that the music is good.
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  9. Burzum - The Ways Of Yore / Thulean Mysteries (I just downloaded all of the completely instrumental tracks from Bandcamp and burnt myself a compilation CD) (Also downloaded all of the tracks I like from Fallen and Umskiptar and burnt a CD of those earlier on : )
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  10. Martyr - Feeding the Abscess
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  11. blaaacdoommmmfan

    Books?

    balor yes understanding Heidegger. ok sounds like a challenge. all that metaphysics stuff including im pretty sure Heidegger was mentioned in the commentary for the matrix films. ken wilbur and cornel west certainly talked up some interesting ideas. obviously ive no idea if there any good but it was interesting hearing about the philosophies of the matrix film's and i definitely appreciated the matrix revolutions film alot more after hearing the commentary. re the divine comedy. i can recommend that if you like lots of interesting imagery. most interesting part for me was hell section.
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  12. Tool - Fear Inoculum
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  13. CD collection as it now stands (including quite a lot of non-metal):
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  14. Balor

    About war metal

    I have been trying to find an appropriate response to this all week. But I got nothing... haha
    1 point
  15. LaoGui

    About war metal

    Nice, but I think I still lack something I want, more heavy rhythm. I'm trying to create a song like this
    1 point
  16. Balor

    Books?

    It helped as much as anything can really be said to "help" one read Heidegger. Heidegger translating the play in a very weird way didn't exactly make it any easier either... I have not read Dante, but I have wanted to for a long time. I am sort of wary of poetry just because I am not very familiar with it. Would you say that it is worth reading? I'm sure that greater Bible literacy would help one understand it better.
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  17. blaaacdoommmmfan

    Books?

    balor i hope reading antigone helps make sense of Heidegger's introduction to metaphysics. did it help? and at least you read a good book/play. re brother karamazov. thats one i need to read again as its been over a decade since i read it. it left a lasting impression on me though also the grand inquisitor sounds memorable character except for me sieve brain who completly forgot๐Ÿ˜‚ have you every read dantes divine comedy.was quite interesting as i remember.
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  18. Balor

    Books?

    Antigone was great, though I mainly read it as some context for a section of Heidegger's Introduction to Metaphysics. It was actually pretty short, and it only took me about two hours or so to read. I would definitely recommend it! It has been a long time since I read The Brothers Karamazov, but I always remember liking the scene with the Grand Inquisitor. I need to read it again too.
    1 point
  19. I thought this was a thread about where all the forum members keep disappearing to and I only stopped by to 'fess up but can see it is a different thread. As you where everyone. **whistles awkwardly**
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  20. Im new to metal, have started listening to slipknot and want to try other bands.
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  21. signed copy. thats really cool. interesting cover too
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  22. blaaacdoommmmfan

    Bloodstock

    thats an idea. a festival meetup could work as lots of types of metal would mean more people would attend. ๐Ÿ‘ once we have festivals and gigs back again
    1 point
  23. i lost all the timing which kinda ruined the poem but i put in extra conviction ๐Ÿ˜ well in my mind i did. probably loud and slurred. ๐Ÿ˜œ
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  24. blaaacdoommmmfan

    Books?

    balor its a very interesting read that er antigone by Sophocles i assume i got that right. i read a quick summary. alot happens. how are you getting on with this book. are you still reading it? would you recommend it so far. brothers Karamazov is really good. its very long. think thats whats put me off reading it again. read synopsis again. its definitely one i should read again. alyosha and his naughty brother Dmitry left a strong impression when i first read it especially a bit near the end where they both have a dialogue. which is your best bit? its hard without giving plot away. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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  25. Mine has decided he doesn't like anything with vocals, and he only likes electric guitar "by itself"... Whatever that means. He also wants to breed cats when he grows up. Childhood is weird.
    1 point
  26. This is a great line for pretty much any situation
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  27. Ten albums that have particularly 'done it for me' (and were released) in the past few (three) years: Worm - Gloomlord Krypts - Cadaver Circulation Antichrist - Pax Moriendi None - Damp Chill Of Life Blood Incantation - Hidden History Of The Human Race Beast Of Revelation - The Ancient Ritual Of Death Incantation - Sect Of Vile Divinities Imprecation - Damnatio Ad Bestias 1914 - The Blind Leading The Blind Monstrosity - The Passage Of Existence
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  28. Ah nice, glad you're enjoying them. They really did themselves proud with that album. You might dig Afterbirth too, they've got a really cool combination of riffy brutal DM and atmospheric sections. Great on headphones.
    1 point
  29. Thrashman

    Bloodstock

    Perhaps we could do a MetalForum meetup one of these years ๐Ÿ˜
    1 point
  30. Blind Guardian - Follow The Blind (album)
    1 point
  31. I agree that we need to get used to it. And I think I'm nearly a month at this forum
    1 point
  32. Balor

    Books?

    Speaking of Greek stuff, I actually just started reading Antigone last night! I have wanted to read Crime and Punishment for a while, but have never gotten to it. However, I did read The Brothers Karamazov, and I enjoyed it greatly.
    1 point
  33. I think I could enjoy doing poems drunk ๐Ÿ˜„
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  34. White Zombie - Astro Creep 2000 (album)
    1 point
  35. Venom - Prime Evil
    1 point
  36. Believe in nothing is a great album and contains the bands best song Mouth which is a gothic metal masterpiece. If the band did not play Mouth live then riots would start at their gigs lol.
    1 point
  37. I've never, by experience, understood how someone can simply go through a phase only to later reject it but I'm not a capricious person. If I like something, I genuinely like it and likely always will. I suspect it stems from a lack of self-knowledge or identity. Lacking in direction, trying new things to see what stays. I've also observed that sometimes lonely people want to fit in with others so badly that they will try to fit in even if the attempt is contrived. Sometimes a person may only be able to measure their self worth by how others perceive them within a given social circl
    1 point
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