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Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Palabra de Dios, Nov 15, 2010.
Now this thread shall become a series of Immortal pictures.
only if we can get a photo of a guy or gal in corpse paint in a Blackguard shirt. Then this thread is complete.
"Varg and the gang" have denounced all black metal followers for basically being the antithesis of what the early 90s black metal scene was about. Biggest propagator of this ideal: Fenriz of Darkthrone.
I just find the whole thing itself silly....I find almost all beliefs silly though. From religion to politics.
my freind has this on his desktop background at work and this lady thought it was him. because he is also fat.
look what charming handsome fella got post #666.
Oh, happy 666 by the way, for this thread. Aww, I'm NEIGHBOR OF THE BEAST!
What is the band on Fat Lucifer's shirt in the above picture? Can't tell....
damn right you are. Arent you glad to be my neighbor.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE that pic, almost as much as this one:
(Note - Not that there is ANYTHING remotely funny about suicide, but just that this kid obviously does not understand a damn thing he hears in the lyrics of the music he listens to, assuming he listens to Nightwish)
That's Bob and I before Milwaukee Metalfest 2002!!!!!
The number of people killed and churches burned in the name of black metal dwarfs to the amount of black metal that was coming out at the time. Black metal was always about far more than about those things.
Sure, those kids likely have little clue over the emotions that went into the creation of that music, but honestly, it's not like Mayhem doesn't embarass themselves plenty. These kids listen to the music because, one they probably enjoy it, and two, they find it slightly counter-culture and a place that they can feel cool. Sounds like metal all along. Just from ridiculous hair cuts, and jean jackets, to geeky kids putting on makeup. All the same.
KUTTE > CORPSE PAINT
Yes, because Brit punks did believe in rebellion and anti-conformity.
These suburban dipshits are not pagans, neither satanists.
Not the second wave of black metal, though. Yeah there were bands who didn't partake in it (Immortal, Enslaved, etc) and you had all the black-ish bands, but the second wave of black metal IS based around all the Norwegian stuff from the early 90s. What was black metal about, then, if it's "far more" than the anti-religious and ethnocentric sentiments present in the early-90s Norwegian stuff?
Also curious how many churches were burned in the name of "black metal" rather than churches being burned for religious and cultural reasons, heh.
Dress up isn't limited to black metal.
Have you been to a Hot Topic lately?
ask Jason about his cool Iron Maiden t-shirt he got at Kohl's. The funniest part is that I was goofing on him and not even a few minutes later this hot topic type girl walks by us with the same shirt.