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Everything posted by Vampyrique

  1. I know. Maybe we should have that conversation about pun control before someone gets hurt. But not you because you're already hurt. You said circa 2012, maybe they thought the world was going to end beginning with Australia.
  2. All this time I never knew. But it's Roadrunner so why am I not surprised.
  3. Oh, I didn't want to type 'O' and have it come out looking like a zero again. Plus, you're not exactly Tortuga so I just thought I'd make sure. She's the Madame Blavatsky of the metal forum, no doubt. We are discussing cults. Stay focused.
  4. No, not really. I prefer pretension but only 9 times out of 10. That way when I unearth a forgotten gem I can pretend it's still fresh, unlike an overused cliche. Modest mid-era Darkthrone get can occasionally steal a spot on my iPod, but only at the expense of other Darkthrone albums.
  5. I went looking for trouble - when I decided I was going to watch a Serbian film - and boy, I found her. Nothing Christian nor romantic about it. No italics this time.
  6. Unfortunately, Chuck Norris won via TKO. Last man standing.
  7. Vampyrique


    All marks of the beast, no doubt.
  8. Beware of the slippery stairs, you could easily fall... and break your neck!!!
  9. It sounds like you could have paid a visit to Terrorizer headquarters and unloaded a few magazines of your own, terrorizing the lot of them. Payback in full metal jacket.
  10. Hi. Yes, we have maps in the western world. Bulgaria seems a fine country. Amor e Morte was a great band from there. Zaratustra, Dark Inversion, and Korozy were not too bad either.
  11. Always judge an album by its cover. Each one a fatal portrait. A bad album cover usually means a lack of dedication to the arte magicale; a philistinic display of "aint it just about the riffs, bro?" attitude. There are albums I like with mediocre cover art, and I'd probably value them even more if the cover was better. The 2000s witnessed a never-ending procession of digital recrement; a painful taint-by-numbers found-everywhere-affair.
  12. It sounds like this is the bloody kiss I've been waiting for - without feeling violated by the tongue in cheek that I didn't ask for.
  13. Top 5 Lately: London After Midnight - seductive Psycho Magnet; a dark wave of dancefloor-deathrock-gone-glam. Genitorturers - better than a morbid angel. Flesh is the Law and Mistress Gen must be obeyed! Cadaveria - still under her spell... Opera IX - she's dark Italianate, a hex times two upon you. Siouxsie and the Banshees - I am the melting man before her.
  14. I haven't even listened to it in years either. I just know I enjoyed it. I don't mind the old album covers from that era; they're suitably unassuming just like the music.
  15. I figured I'd find out if anyone had been to the gym in five years or if they had all just permanently resigned themselves to the couch. Of course, the only thing resembling sit-ups in this thread being the movement from off the couch thence over to the fridge. That's true, didn't you star in Interview With the Vampire? Or was that me? Maybe both of us were in there.
  16. So it really was love at first sight then. For her, of course, it was love at second sight.
  17. A lonely Serb looking for trouble, singing black black black black no. 1. I'm not even really joking.
  18. Sounds like a conspiracy. Keep an eye out for them then.
  19. In reference to making said Cinnamon Girl (it's an alright song of theirs) happy, I wrote about you writing how you could instead of how I thought you couldn't or could not (the 'not' being the bands initials reversed) make her happy. Meh, well past October-rusty, my efforts were dead again, it seems.
  20. Even Plaguewielder? I think that one is unfairly maligned relative to the other mid-era albums.
  21. She could probably use a bit of your lovecraft. H.P. Blavatsky may have been a celibate woman.
  22. All the albums you felt you were missing? You've probably discussed them somewhere else, but are you not a fan of the great Plaguewielder? Or albums like FOAD, Dark Thrones and Black Flags, Circle the Wagons?
  23. Something must have been rotten in the state of Castle Requiem for this to have even occurred. Thankfully you've already got the rest of King Diamond's catalogue to make up for this horrid blunder, right?
  24. Please get started. I'd like to know what happened. How was Count Requiem treated? I checked them out one time. It was all hyperbolic praise of emo and metalcore with the occasional nod to nu metal, or maybe a throwback to a big name 80s band like Metallica but praising their 90s albums.
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