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Everything posted by Sheol

  1. Haha that was glorious. Feels like the first time I heard Portal.
  2. I bought that one on digital, really good and groovy. I wasn't too stoked on the new album that came out last year. Something was missing.
  3. A very English mailday yesterday. Gate Master/Reign - Split 7". Clear lathe cut The digital download featured 4 songs but apparently the lath could only fit 2, so that was a bit of a surprise. But it's still a damn good split. Lungtoucher - Foolish necromancy / Tangled Divinations CS A cassette with two EP:s previously only available as digital.
  4. And Round and Round we go with RRRrrr Ruins of Beverast
  5. Necromancing this thread because I recently discovered Amigo the Devil and I really enjoyed his style. It's the combination of folk/Americana and the harder edge that I enjoy. Amigo the Devil - Quiet as a rat
  6. My vinyl collection. Not pictured are the 7". My CD's are packed in boxes in the basement, because there's just no room in the apartment.
  7. Ben Caplan - O holy night A great arrangement and a fantastic singer!
  8. Both, is the only sensible answer. You never asked for advice (probably wise given this bunch), but just try to pay attention and don't try to impress him/her. As long as you're honestly interested in the person and what (s)he says you're good. Everything else is up to the other person.
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    Horror Films

    28 days later was great, 28 weeks later was shite though. I think REC if one of the scariest films I've seen, just make sure you watch the Spanish original and not the American remake. The last 30 min was intense! Also, Train to Busan is amazing! A Korean zombie movie with a lot of heart and horror. Some scenes are just heartbreaking, in a good way!
  10. Man black metal have really gotten a lot of mileage out of ol' Albrecht Dürer.
  11. Well, I had to work to catch up on so I've worked the whole weekend Passionfruit
  12. Sheol

    Horror Films

    I think it's the fact that it's got great, unsettling effects. A interesting, very surreal premise, and the story doesn't feel dated. The issues of violence as entertainment, pushing boundaries and people compromising their humanity in order to fight an increasing desensitization are just as relevant today as in the 80's. Plus I love the very claustrophobic and paranoid mood throughout the film.
  13. These three has made your friday splurge worthwhile on it's own. 🤘
  14. Never heard the song/band but sometimes there's a pre-production version of a song that ends up on singles/compilations, and are then remixed/remastered for an album. Sometimes even re-recorded. I know the Europe song "Seven doors hotel" has a couple of versions. Album version B-side of "Rock the night" Another famous example is of course Hit The Lights by Metallica. There's the initial version recorded for the Metal Massacre compilation, the No life til Leather demo and finally the Kill 'em All studio album version.
  15. Here's something a little different; Maiden Hair - Ancient Borders https://maidenhairuk.bandcamp.com/album/ancient-borders It's kind of like an audiobook or radio play with dungeon synth music as background.
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