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  • How I Arrived Here and Where I'm Going

    28 mars 2011, 14h59m par Electric_Turtle

    As I have recently returned to my personal project of creating wiki stubs for demoscene artists (primarily from the 90s), it has caused me to pause and reflect on the development of my personal musical taste over my life. As this is an inherently conceited subject, I will not be submitting this anywhere or promoting it much beyond my profile. (In fact, that's why I don't link the larger artists I mention, as it actually shows up on artist pages as activity and I don't want a flood of people reading this.) Those reading further will be duly forewarned, I am and always will be a pretentious asshole. While I have learned to politely control the impulse to denigrate the taste of strangers in public, that doesn't mean I've stopped thinking it.

    From childhood to adolescence I was a purist, only interested in Western Classical music. My focus was mainly on German, Austrian, English, and Russian composers (with favorites that would be quite cliche if they weren't so great, including J.S. …
  • Blackened Crust recs

    20 oct. 2010, 20h04m par heavydiscipline

    is a term describing Crust Punk inspired by Black Metal, or sharing similar aesthetics with Black Metal. Anarchist Black Metal bands have grown exponentially as well, so I might just as well include highlights from that scene as well.
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    1. Order of the Vulture: While all of their stuff is excellent and are an outstanding live act, the Christ Killer album is by far one of my favourites and probably the best release of the past decade. Members of Order are also in the Black metal band L'Acephale as well as Hail.

    2. Iskra: From Vancouver, Canada, Iskra spawned from the ashes of the Hardcore Punk band Black Kronstadt. They are an outstanding live performers and are quite active in the Northwest; they are connected with a number of other bands but most notably Leper and Skagos. In Russian, Iskra translates to spark.

    3. Summon The Crows: Summon the Crows hail from Oslo, Norway. So far they only have a single full length and a a couple demo releases.

  • Fabryka Podcast #4 Online

    12 jan. 2007, 15h53m par BadDevil

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    The 4th Fabryka Podcast is ready for free downloading!

    The sourcefile is here: mp3(37,7 MB), 41 min.
    English version only.

    In this podcast you'll have the pleasure to hear the following: Burning Retna, eXelement, Fanoe, Misery Loves Co., Violent Work of Art, Peter "Skaven" Hajba, Skold, Society Burning.

    Spoken messages from: Chris Bradshaw (Burning Retna), Dan Eshleman (eXelement) and Klaus Fanoe (Fanoe).