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THE NUCLEAR DRUMS WILL CRUSH YOUR BRAIN

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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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  • VMTSRPNTS

    Your thoughts on Face of Evil from Sweden? Bought the S/t CD a few weeks ago, Violent Death/Black metal. Haven't heard better shit.

    9 jul 22:45 Svara
  • tomcatha

    hah,i hope he did

    9 jul 03:26 Svara
  • bardofesgaroth

    everyone knows that Quorthon didn't die he just got married, cut his hair and is now living in some boring suburb

    7 jul 16:59 Svara
  • colderskin

    Venom heavily influenced bathory and quorthon is a dumbass for thinking people would believe that shit. he was probably outside their window at a sleepover writing down all their secrets it's so prominent

    7 jul 03:43 Svara
  • HeavenTaichou

    Hi, nice to meet you all :D Greetings from Paraguay long live fucking metal! Here's something you guys might appreciate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxbgUCR6S0E

    4 jul 14:33 Svara
  • Verderber

    I always wondered why Quorthon tried to deny the Venom influence when it's absolutely crystal clear just from looking at the cover of the s/t and its song titles, without hearing a single note. Hello, by the way. Thanks for letting me in.

    30 jun 17:31 Svara
  • Necrosathanas

    TREBLINKA. no more to say.

    17 jun 15:51 Svara
  • tomcatha

    That is what Quorthon said himself... He always tried to make it seem like Venom was not really an influence for some weird reason though.

    17 jun 10:24 Svara
  • Tuberkulloosi

    " first bathory is basically venom with more uk82, discharge, gbh etc " lolnope

    15 jun 20:14 Svara
  • tomcatha

    im seeing saint vitus friday. Will see code orange this tuesday and disgrace + twitching tongues on saturday

    14 jun 22:48 Svara
  • Necrosathanas

    Last weekend Korrozia Metalla, today Saint Vitus!!! Haven't been psyched this much about a gig. WAR IS OUR DESTINY

    13 jun 09:16 Svara
  • tomcatha

    alright, this weekend is going to be nice. First eindhoven psych lab with various psy/space/whatever bands and then straight after that eyehategod.

    4 jun 20:07 Svara
  • ritualsodomizer

    Going to see Judas Priest tonight. Honestly, I'm not as excited about the gig as I probably ''should''. Not that impressed with the set list since there's like 4 songs from the new album which I've heard like once and wasn't impressed. At least they're playing Victim of Changes and Beyond The Realms.

    4 jun 04:02 Svara
  • tomcatha

    first bathory is basically venom with more uk82, discharge, gbh etc

    4 jun 01:57 Svara
  • Tuberkulloosi

    Punk my ass. : D There might be just a tiny Discharge influence to be found, but that's it.

    2 jun 16:40 Svara
  • bardofesgaroth

    Honestly, Bathory's self-titled always sounded most like satanic punk to me.

    2 jun 16:06 Svara
  • Necrosathanas

    I wouldn't cast Nifelheim in the black/thrash genre. To me, they sound just like the first wave of black metal (Bathory, Tormentor) which derived a lot from thrash. I think a band needs to have more thrash than that (ex. Desaster, Cruel Force) to be called black/thrash. Moving to another subject, I've been possessed by Goatlord for the last couple of days. Unique black doom metal and no other band in the same genre has come close to the filth they released.

    1 jun 21:54 Svara
  • Nekrodaemon

    Aura Noir is one of my favourites, mainly up to and including The Merciless. Yeah, Johnny Touch rules! Dishonourable Discharge!

    1 jun 19:36 Svara
  • IronGrave

    I generally agree about post 80s black/thrash. There are a handful of bands, Desaster included, that are clearly at the top. Imo it doesn't get much better than fucking Nifelheim. Force of Darkness make a pretty good case too, especially their EP from last year.

    31 maj 06:11 Svara
  • tomcatha

    I am listening to Johnny Touch, was released last year but sounds like 1984.

    30 maj 20:23 Svara
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