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Since my last post we’ve had Burzum, Mayhem, Carcass, Judas Priest and King Diamond played in the pub. 

This is a public bar, front room, on a Thursday afternoon I’m talking about. What an amazing place.

I just want to hang out here to listen to music, let alone drink.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Requiem said:

Since my last post we’ve had Burzum, Mayhem, Carcass, Judas Priest and King Diamond played in the pub. 

This is a public bar, front room, on a Thursday afternoon I’m talking about. What an amazing place.

I just want to hang out here to listen to music, let alone drink.

 

 

That sounds like paradise man, wish there was somewhere like that near me

 

Helloween - Mr. Torture

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Mayhem - ‘Live In Jessheim’

Easily the worst sounding of the Dead era Mayhem live shows (this, Leipzig, Sarpsborg, Zeitz).

There is a terrible piercing sound throughout it, but I’m glad Peaceville officially releases it, because it’s worthy of ownership. 

Great booklet with interviews, pictures etc. 

But even I need to turn this off after a while, and I just listened to the full demo ‘Pure Fucking Armaggedon’ and enjoyed it, so that should tell you something about the sound quality of ‘Live in Jessheim’.

Great fun though, all of it. 

 

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On 1/14/2020 at 11:36 PM, Natassja said:

I love this album got the digipak and patch.

Fukk yeah!

NP: Kristallnacht- "The Funeral Years (1994-1998)"

Raw and simple yet effective. The vocals and keys on 'A Strife... A Victory' are epic. The highs are so nasally that they rival even Donald Duck.

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8 hours ago, MacabreEternal said:

Welcome back!  Saw this post and realised you'd been last active than normal.  Good to see you around.

Thanks 😁

Disembowel - Act of Invocation

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19 minutes ago, Moonhead said:

Listening to a bunch of black metal from islamic countries; I want to make a playlist from whatever songs I like. This is one of those.

 

Quite like the vocal.

 

np- White Death s/t

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