Friday, June 12, 2009

End Democracy

Democracy is based upon the belief that all people have equal abilities and therefore can work in any position in society. This is wrong; most people are unable to cope with anything outside of their immediate existence and when combining that with the pacifying effect of television, you turn your so called "active voters" into brain dead zombies. Democracies are run by powerful lobby groups that manipulate citizens via "entertaining" propaganda and corrupt politicians. This marks a bleak era of the entire Western civilization and its future.

http://www.enddemocracy.org/

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The Stench of Black Metal



Jason Healey of Atomizer is writing a book about the meaning of black metal. He wants to get bands, labels, zines and fans to contribute their impressions of the meaning behind black metal and its quintessence.


When I first discovered Black Metal in the early 90's it was as though some invincible force confronted me. Never had I witnessed a sound so primitive and raw, yet so atmospheric and bombastic. An essence that ran so much deeper than its fiendish visual and caustic tone would alone suggest. A bizarre paradox of ugliness, contempt and barbarism awash in philosophical revelation and profane religious fervor. Life, death, salvation and sacrifice - Black Metal truly is the malignant paradigm.

The Stench of Black Metal will attempt to corral the seemingly divergent positions its legions have granted it and provide what is hoped to be the definitive statement. This is not to suggest that the words of any one individual will bestow this, though readers may find divinity in a single declaration. It is not intended to be a guide or an explanation; rather a gateway to the determination of what dwells at its core. The quest to unveil its quintessence.


You can send in your statement on his website for the book, The Stench of Black Metal.

Monday, June 08, 2009

The new metal classics

The Hessian.org guys have put together a list of the most influential current bands and albums, with mp3s. The idea is not to list bands of the week, but the "new classics" that are defining the genre right now. You can listen to the MP3s from your browser.

http://www.hessian.org/music/