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(YouTube) Video For your SHMHC, here is the mighty Dissection (RIP), back when they were so full of life, death   (youtube.com) divider line 28
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2013-04-14 02:01:45 PM
One of my favorite bands.
 
2013-04-14 02:02:27 PM
Really liked the band, the singer not so much.

Despite that thou, I still enjoyed it enough to look past the vocals. Pretty good stuff! SHMHC has been posting some halfway decent music recently which is a welcome change.
 
2013-04-14 02:29:47 PM
I can't stand black metal, but I absolutely love Storm of the Light's Bane.

Ice Dragon

Exist
 
2013-04-14 02:51:33 PM
Glad you approve.  It's kind of challenging finding good metal videos (not stills).  I haven't listened to Dissection in a few years but it's always good.
/sub
 
2013-04-14 02:56:02 PM
Somehow I still haven't listened to the the album they put out after Jon got out of jail but I put on 'The Somberlain' and 'Storm of The Lights Bane' often.   Too bad he killed himself, he was a hell of a guitar player.
 
2013-04-14 03:01:32 PM

Biledriver: Somehow I still haven't listened to the the album they put out after Jon got out of jail but I put on 'The Somberlain' and 'Storm of The Lights Bane' often.   Too bad he killed himself, he was a hell of a guitar player.


I still love it even though many fans don't. I actually have a signed copy of it.
 
2013-04-14 03:09:16 PM

Biledriver: Somehow I still haven't listened to the the album they put out after Jon got out of jail but I put on 'The Somberlain' and 'Storm of The Lights Bane' often. Too bad he killed himself, he was a hell of a guitar player.


I'm a heretic and prefer Reinkaos to the rest of their catalog. It's much more melodeath than black. It almost sounds like an entirely different band (but just almost). I like today's track okay, though, like I said, I prefer their newer stuff.
 
2013-04-14 03:24:38 PM
I don't know how many of you know about The CNK. They're a French industrial/metal band that stemmed from the awesome French black metal band Anorexia Nervosa. Here's some samples...

Stabat Mater Dolorosa.
Sister September.
Enter the Church of Fornication.

CNK has put out some good stuff in the past...

The Inexorable Parade.
Vote for Winners.

But last October they put out a cover album that at times is laughably bad. For one, they hired Snowy Shaw to do guest vocals and I farking hate that guy's voice. He ruins most of the songs. But at least they picked some interesting songs to shiat on. Here's the track listing.

01. Gadd Ist Gott (Gary Glitter Medley) 04:05
02. Sabotage (Beastie Boys Cover) 03:15
03. You Could Be Mine (G'N'R Cover) 05:39
04. Everybody Knows (Leonard Cohen Cover) 05:20
05. Blood Is Thicker Than Water (Impaled Nazarene Cover) 04:12
06. Seasons In The Abyss (Slayer Cover) 06:24
07. Too Fast For Love (Mötley Crüe Cover) 03:42
08. Weißes Fleisch (Rammstein Cover) 04:10
09. Where The Wild Roses Grow (Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds Cover) 03:55
10. I Am The Black Wizards (Emperor Cover) 05:27
11. Blood Is Thicker Than Snow (Impaled Nazarene Cover- Alternate Version) 04:16


I'm not linking any of the songs cause I'm lazy, but I suggest you check out some of these songs. While some are terrible some are quite good. You might like it or get a good laugh out of it.

Also be forewarned it has some gay but safe for work album art.
 
2013-04-14 03:53:20 PM
I LOVE Dissection. 'Storm' is one of my desert island records for sure and I haven't gone a week without listening to it in years.

Frozen from Spain have a great Dissection worshipping sound chock full of chaotic luciferian influences.

Martyr from the Netherlands also did the sound really well, but I think they are broken up because they haven't released an album in like 10 years.

The Swedish black/death sound of the 90s is what originally pulled me into extreme metal in the first place, and one of my favorite metal hobbies is to seek out obscure bands past and present that work in this style. No matter how much my musical tastes change over the years, I'm always still chasing that first Dissection high.
 
2013-04-14 04:18:51 PM
Dawn did it a lot better than Dissection
 
2013-04-14 04:23:30 PM

Biledriver: Somehow I still haven't listened to the the album they put out after Jon got out of jail but I put on 'The Somberlain' and 'Storm of The Lights Bane' often.   Too bad he killed himself, he was a hell of a guitar player.


I really like Reinkaos.
 
2013-04-14 04:25:27 PM

Leader O'Cola: Dawn did it a lot better than Dissection


I was just looking for a Dawn album yesterday on the site that I buy from, but they didn't have them.  I've read good reviews.
 
2013-04-14 04:26:39 PM

gnarlywizzard: I LOVE Dissection. 'Storm' is one of my desert island records for sure and I haven't gone a week without listening to it in years.

Frozen from Spain have a great Dissection worshipping sound chock full of chaotic luciferian influences.

Martyr from the Netherlands also did the sound really well, but I think they are broken up because they haven't released an album in like 10 years.

The Swedish black/death sound of the 90s is what originally pulled me into extreme metal in the first place, and one of my favorite metal hobbies is to seek out obscure bands past and present that work in this style. No matter how much my musical tastes change over the years, I'm always still chasing that first Dissection high.


Bane are an obscure band that does a good Dissection.

Leader O'Cola: Dawn did it a lot better than Dissection


I'm still waiting for the Fourfold Furnace.
 
2013-04-14 04:27:58 PM

El Brujo: Leader O'Cola: Dawn did it a lot better than Dissection

I was just looking for a Dawn album yesterday on the site that I buy from, but they didn't have them.  I've read good reviews.


Slaughtersun is amazing.
 
2013-04-14 04:53:33 PM
New Amon Amarth -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-dkYmsdCks
Grand Belial's Key (good American black metal with some questionable national socialist beliefs, I'm personally torn about listening to it but the riffs are really good) -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRlFdgJKg24
When Woods Make Graves - (seriously underground UK black metal, one man band) -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4fREcyYBfA

Also in my always shameless self promotion, my last album Grief can now be streamed, downloaded, and or purchased from twilightfauna.bandcamp.com      It's some seriously depressing atmospheric black metal. Farkers wanting to purchase outside the U.S. should get it from Depressive Illusions. I've got a few cassettes left as well if anyone is interested.
 
2013-04-14 05:16:50 PM
One of my favourite metal songs. fark yeah for posting this.

Anyway, I've been listening to the new Arsis this week  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUVLLGvAW8w Good stuff
 
2013-04-14 05:56:23 PM
I've recently gotten really hooked on Brendon Small's Galaktikon album that he put out last year (and I didn't discover until recently).  I think it would be getting a lot more recognition if it were available in stores, but since he self produced it while he had the studio space waiting for legal stuff to get through to start Dethalbum II, he's only selling it through his site.

Google search shows its been mentioned in Fark comments a handful of times in the last year, but it definitely deserves another mention.  I think one of the descriptions of it I like best (from the youtube comments) is its like Mastadon and Dethklok mated.  I haven't found a track on the album that I didn't like.

BeastBlade

Prophecy of the Lazer Witch

Deathwaltz

On My Way

Dangertits (Instrumental)
 
2013-04-14 06:02:57 PM
Dissection is cool. Always liked Sacramentum as a similar band.

New stuff that's good is the new Meads of Asphodel, weird as always, but the new album is much darker than their usual sound.

Also, Cerekloth make good death metal. Like that the cover of their new album looks like something Junji Ito would draw.

And if you like slow crushing doom with excellent vocals (both male and female), check out The Slow Death. Definitely one of my favorites from last year, sad that I only found it a couple weeks ago.

And old stuff that's good:
Hallow's Eve.
 
2013-04-14 07:29:43 PM

farkingismybusiness: El Brujo: Leader O'Cola: Dawn did it a lot better than Dissection

I was just looking for a Dawn album yesterday on the site that I buy from, but they didn't have them.  I've read good reviews.

Slaughtersun is amazing.


That's the one.  Having trouble finding it for sale (mp3).  I see a lot of torrent stuff but I don't ever go there.
/for better or worse, I'm all digital these days.  I move a lot, don't like too much stuff.
 
2013-04-14 07:42:47 PM

ModernPrimitive01: New Amon Amarth -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-dkYmsdCks
Grand Belial's Key (good American black metal with some questionable national socialist beliefs, I'm personally torn about listening to it but the riffs are really good) -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRlFdgJKg24
When Woods Make Graves - (seriously underground UK black metal, one man band) -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4fREcyYBfA

Also in my always shameless self promotion, my last album Grief can now be streamed, downloaded, and or purchased from twilightfauna.bandcamp.com      It's some seriously depressing atmospheric black metal. Farkers wanting to purchase outside the U.S. should get it from Depressive Illusions. I've got a few cassettes left as well if anyone is interested.


Ha, yeah Grand Belial's Key is NSBM for sure.  I have one of their albums (it's ok).  I've got albums from plenty of bands with sketchy political leanings, but don't have any personal moral conflictions with listening to their music.  I think Nokturnal Mortum is great.
 
2013-04-14 08:00:27 PM

El Brujo: farkingismybusiness: El Brujo: Leader O'Cola: Dawn did it a lot better than Dissection

I was just looking for a Dawn album yesterday on the site that I buy from, but they didn't have them.  I've read good reviews.

Slaughtersun is amazing.

That's the one.  Having trouble finding it for sale (mp3).  I see a lot of torrent stuff but I don't ever go there.
/for better or worse, I'm all digital these days.  I move a lot, don't like too much stuff.


There's a few free download links on their homepage.
 
2013-04-14 08:32:25 PM

Adebisi: El Brujo: farkingismybusiness: El Brujo: Leader O'Cola: Dawn did it a lot better than Dissection

I was just looking for a Dawn album yesterday on the site that I buy from, but they didn't have them.  I've read good reviews.

Slaughtersun is amazing.

That's the one.  Having trouble finding it for sale (mp3).  I see a lot of torrent stuff but I don't ever go there.
/for better or worse, I'm all digital these days.  I move a lot, don't like too much stuff.

There's a few free download links on their homepage.


Excellent, thank you!
 
2013-04-14 09:11:20 PM
So what was Jon's part in the murder of the Algerian homosexual? I'd always heard that he did it, put Googling has people saying he didn't pull the trigger.... Apologists, or what?

/read Lords of Chaos, but don't remember....
 
2013-04-14 09:12:03 PM
*but
 
2013-04-14 09:24:15 PM
whether he actually pulled the trigger or whatever doesn't really matter. he was no question a kidnapper and torturer and his sentence was to me fair either way. the dude was a piece of shiat but he lived like he died: insane with evil beyond his control, and the music benefited from it.
 
2013-04-14 09:34:39 PM

Rising_Zan_Samurai_Gunman: I've recently gotten really hooked on Brendon Small's Galaktikon album that he put out last year (and I didn't discover until recently).  I think it would be getting a lot more recognition if it were available in stores, but since he self produced it while he had the studio space waiting for legal stuff to get through to start Dethalbum II, he's only selling it through his site.

Google search shows its been mentioned in Fark comments a handful of times in the last year, but it definitely deserves another mention.  I think one of the descriptions of it I like best (from the youtube comments) is its like Mastadon and Dethklok mated.  I haven't found a track on the album that I didn't like.

BeastBlade

Prophecy of the Lazer Witch

Deathwaltz

On My Way

Dangertits (Instrumental)


Nice! As much as I like Brendon Small's guitar work, I've never been a fan of the Dethklok's vocals. This stuff bridges the gap quite nicely.
 
2013-04-15 12:29:22 AM

farkingismybusiness: I don't know how many of you know about The CNK. They're a French industrial/metal band that stemmed from the awesome French black metal band Anorexia Nervosa. Here's some samples...


Man, Anorexia Nervosa are probably one of my favourite bands of all time.  I don't know if it's the relentless cymbal crashes behind the riffs or what but they're the best at controlled chaos.   RMS Hreidmar may just be one of the best screamers in the genre.   Like a twisted CoF/Dimmu hyrbid if either had stayed on track.

The cover album wasn't great but it's all covers so how good could it be?  The gay overtones are quite a twist but I'm hoping they release a proper third album sometime in the future.
 
2013-04-15 07:26:26 PM
13 people posted in this dead ass thread. Way to go guys. Nice circle jerk.
 
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