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Real metal for die-hard metal fans. No death/metalcore/nu-metal assholes. All legitimate forms of heavy metal permitted. Probably not a group for people who don't worship 80s metal. Listening to Sarcofago is mandatory. Fuck off the false.

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  • IronGrave

    Fuck yes for Roth era Scorpions. Some of my favourite shit ever. Ashbury's sole album rules hard, too.

    25 nov 23:22 Svara
  • Thrash_Balls


    25 nov 05:48 Svara
  • tomcatha

    Well he got to be their touring vocalist on very short notice afaik. Listening to the Diskord debut. Some very cool death metal for fans of Disharmonic Orchestra and Demilich.

    20 nov 21:26 Svara
  • Necrosathanas

    Nekrodaemon: Haha what the fuck, that just ruined my world. On other topics though, seems that currently I'm not able to listen to anything else than Uli Jon Roth-era Scorpions, Blue Öyster Cult and Ashbury. Some timeless magic in those three.

    20 nov 10:19 Svara
  • HistoryOvHell

    Skepticism (band) rules

    19 nov 20:51 Svara
  • Nekrodaemon

    he didn't know the lyrics so he had an ipad strapped to the mic stand... was sort of fucked

    18 nov 18:56 Svara
  • Nekrodaemon

    gonna see onslaught with neil turbin singing tomorrow, with artillery!!

    15 nov 23:42 Svara
  • tomcatha

    its an advantage of living in the central part of the netherlands.

    14 nov 21:16 Svara
  • IronGrave

    You sure do go to a lot of gigs tomcatha... bit jealous. Anyone else get the Relpase reissue of Num Skull's Ritually Abused? Shit rules fucking hard. Glad to finally own a physical copy, even if Relapse fucked up the tracklist order (surprise surprise!).

    14 nov 02:01 Svara
  • tomcatha

    I saw the gathering 25h anniversary gig last sunday. I now remember how much i like the gathering after they stopped playing metal. I completely forgot. I've been on the lookout for atmospheric rock like their later stuff ever since. Also saw Earthless last monday, they are definitely one of the very best jam stoner/kraut/whatever bands currently active on stage. Sweet jamzzz. Next saturday im going to a fest with Thanatos, Eternal Solstice and Pentacle. Sunday Church of Ra with amenra, alkerdeel and black heart rebellion.

    12 nov 19:17 Svara
  • super_ruben09

    " Saw Saint Vitus last sunday. Was fucking killer." - Saw them this tour as well - a great show indeed. I was very happy to hear them play something from their debut, that doesn't happen too often these days.

    10 nov 08:31 Svara
  • HistoryOvHell

    I think they are one of the most consistent veteran bands still going. [2]

    9 nov 14:52 Svara
  • CoryellsGhost

    "I should get more by Deceased. For some reason I've never even heard their early material. As the Weird Travel on is excellent." They're worth it from the albums i've heard. Blueprints and As the Weird are neck and neck as my favourites, but even their most recent material is really strong. (Surreal Overdose was excellent) I think they are one of the most consistent veteran bands still going.

    9 nov 03:00 Svara
  • tomcatha

    Saw Saint Vitus last sunday. Was fucking killer.

    4 nov 11:27 Svara
  • IronGrave

    I should get more by Deceased. For some reason I've never even heard their early material. As the Weird Travel on is excellent.

    3 nov 01:03 Svara
  • Nekrodaemon

    My fave Deceased is fearless undead machines, but really I like all of their albums

    1 nov 18:44 Svara
  • CoryellsGhost

    Those people should get a strong dose of the Hellenic BM bands then. Rotting Christ and Necromantia were absolutely the equals of the best Norse bands. / On a totally different note, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ql-zGP2P-8n Reminder that Deceased was pretty killer at death metal. I'm never been much for their debut but The Blueprints For Madness is fantastic, with some unexpectedly strange riffage and songwriting that convulses violently everywhere. They've been great for most of their career but this album is perhaps their best, along with As The Weird Travel On.

    31 okt 13:32 Svara
  • tomcatha

    Well it is something quite common in the scene here. There are a whole lot of people who say that black metal only counts if its from scandinavia.

    20 okt 17:34 Svara
  • SiderealPassing

    I don't think anyone is saying that it's all that matters. It's just become increasingly trendy to hate Norwegian black metal, which I strongly suspect has mostly to do with the fact that it's had the most acclaim over the years. I don't think all war metal is bad either but a lot of it sounds the same, lacks audible riffs, and has obnoxious "tough guy" fans. I've had enough of it, personally.

    19 okt 20:47 Svara
  • tomcatha

    I dont really buy into the whole Bergen worship really. I like norwegian black metal but i dont really think norway is all that matters when it comes to black metal. Personally i quite like war metal and if anything it got plenty of riffs, the issue with the genre is more that most bands are rather similar to eachother. The difference are basically how much bands sound like Sarcofago or Celtic Frost for the most part.

    19 okt 20:34 Svara
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