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#27753 - 07/30/09 11:50 PM Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard
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Pure misanthropic hatred

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vv-VjKfw6ao&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IenpFNACow&feature=related
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#27754 - 07/31/09 12:06 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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That dude is hard to understand, even for a black metal singer. The whole thing comes across as a little emo to me. Depression, "suicidal emotions". Just another singer trying to sound mad when he is crying on the inside.
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#27755 - 07/31/09 12:18 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: 6Satan6Archist6]
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he seems quite misanthropic to the extreme on his site. Supposedly his goal is to make extremely anti human and anti commericial Black Metal.
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#27766 - 07/31/09 09:43 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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That's what the original Black Metal artists did, and early punk artists to boot, but then those styles became commercial and popular in of itself. Surprise surprise.

I like the sound, though I don't buy into the whole emo/suicide thing. I like the melody, though. I have a soft spot for the mega-fuzzy guitars with forlorn-sounding chords in the background... reminds me of Burzum's "Filosofem" and early Darkthrone.

However, I wouldn't say they're "heavy". In fact, the heaviest black metal band, as well as the most "evil" sounding, (in my opinion), is "Bergraven". They do really slow, doomy stuff with eerie atmosphere in the background. I mean, if anything is suicide-inducing, it is definitely Bergraven. They also have some shorter, instrumental tracks with some lonely-sounding acoustic guitar melodies, that would likely have been written by a depressed blues artist (had he grown up in Norway and wore spikes and pentagrams), and quite frankly wouldn't be a bad soundtrack to off yourself to.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsRQMBfy4JI
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#27796 - 08/01/09 10:08 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: The Zebu]
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Nice.


I'm a big fan of the eerie doomy stuff. One of my favorite bands is Electric Wizard, not Black Metal but few bands do the Sludgie Stoner Doom Metal thing better then them.
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#27802 - 08/01/09 10:41 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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just came across these guys

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1TAlK7kFIs

I like the experimental style
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#33959 - 01/13/10 03:56 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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I listen to a lot of the more extreme styles of music
And yeah Black metal is great in my opinion

But this band sounds kinda depressing in the wrong way
Again i love depressive music,like Eyehategod and St Vitus and that stuff and Morbid (that was Pelle's band before he joined Mayhem)

Just the way its put together its not that feel of BM.
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#34160 - 01/18/10 05:34 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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Maybe it's an aquired taste? Could you possibly post the lyrics.. there's no way I'd ever be able to determine what's being said. I'm a huge METAL fan, but when it becomes inaudable due to either distortion or screaming it's no longer music.

The MUSICAL part of the song has a nice rhythm and seems to flow.
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#34179 - 01/18/10 05:52 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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The closest I come to this musical taste are the following two bands, which the Punisher soundtrack first exposed me to, and whom I now am a fan of.

Rob Zombie:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000QKQVGQ/ref=dm_mu_dp_adp1?ie=UTF8&qid=1263854625&sr=1-1

Slayer:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000TE00VG/ref=dm_mu_dp_adp2?ie=UTF8&qid=1263854625&sr=1-1
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#34182 - 01/18/10 06:37 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: SkaffenAmtiskaw]
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Tom Araya is no longer a practicing Catholic, but he is a practicing Christian.

I don't agree with bands writing songs about something they don't know anything about in order to gain an audience.

It also annoys me that they write about religious hipocrisy at the same time as they don't practice what they preach.
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#34190 - 01/19/10 12:00 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: PeteOfTheDead]
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Slayer makes good music. Period. I don't care they believe in as long as they keep making kick ass music. I do wonder what you mean by "bands writing songs about something they don't know anything about'. More specifically, I wonder how that applies to Slayer. Tom Araya is the only member who is religious and the lyrics he writes don't have anything to do with religion. Most of the anti-God stuff comes from Kerry King.
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#34191 - 01/19/10 12:20 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: 6Satan6Archist6]
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I like Slayer's music too. I listen to Reign In Blood sometimes.

You said it yourself- Tom Araya is the only religious one in the band. And he's a Christian. What does he, or anyone else in the band, know about black magic?

Black Magic
Lyrics: King | Music: Hanneman / King

Cursed
Black Magic Night
We've Been Struck Down
Down In This Hell
Spells Surround Me Day And Night
Striken By The Force Of Evil Light
The Force Of Evil Light

Cast
Under His Spell
Blinding My Eyes
Twisting My Mind
Fight To Resist The Evil Inside
Captive Of A Force Of Satans Might

Tom Araya admitted in the documentary Metal: A Headbanger's Journey that even though the title 'God Hates Us All' is his, he doesn't believe that statement. It certainly doesn't stop him going to the bank with royalty cheques for that album though. I think it's irresponsible of him to vocalise about things of that nature he doesn't believe in.


Edited by PeteOfTheDead (01/19/10 12:23 AM)
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#34198 - 01/19/10 03:12 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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I read this topic a few times and some elements just struck me.

First of all: what's the deal with "heaviest black metal"?
Since when does heavy equals quality? It's a common thing I come across as "an artist" and which boggles my mind. Isn't it your own liking that matters? I can also start summing up bands like Gotherfall and Capitollium because by their heavyness are just "awesome". Instead of saying they are good because they are "heavy" (god how I hate that argument when discussing music), my main reasons would be the parts they play, the skill to produce these notes, my personal liking for drama or emotion being mirrored by the sounds. Those are VALID reasons I like to hear. Those are honest reasons which indicate you are just not following a herd and can think for your own and come out with your personal liking.

Second is about the slayer part.
What does it even matter that a Christian is a singer in a metal band while chanting lyrics in praise of Satan? I thought music was about enjoying sounds produced by the artists? Not about the artists themselves? I admit that I listen to a lot of bands and own a lot of their records, yet the names from the guitarists, drummers, vocalists and keyboards remain mystery to me. I don't care what happens in their private life, I just enjoy what they produce.

It wouldn't be the first time that someone calls me a poser just because I don't know the whole private life of an artist or even his name. I simply don't care.
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#34201 - 01/19/10 03:39 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Dimitri]
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I don't care what the members of Slayer do in their private lives either. It's got nothing to do with me if any of them worship Spongebob Squarepants.

I'm a songwriter and I perform sometimes. I'm also a huge fan of honesty. There's nothing wrong with performing or writing as a character. But I personally could not get on a stage and praise Jesus. I'd be lying to my audience. I'd be lying to myself.

So, my thoughts about Slayer were coming from a songwriter's point of view. I think Tom Araya is dishonest to his audience and to himself. But I don't have to deal with Tom Araya's conscience when I look in the mirror...


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#34256 - 01/20/10 05:37 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: SkaffenAmtiskaw]
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 Originally Posted By: MawhrinSkel
Slayer were one of the first thrash metal bands, and to many the *only* thrash metal band... (snip) ...Rob Zombie is just awesome kickassness...


As I want to explore this broad musical dimension, I've added King Diamond and early Metallica to the above two, purchased CD's and look forward to receiving them, having sampled snippets via Amazon.

I personally don't respond well, at least right now, to the vocal stylings of bands like Mastodon or Belphegor, but this may change as my nervous system adapts to the sounds of the above four bands.
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#34830 - 01/30/10 12:22 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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I'm a big fan of Black Metal, but a lot is hit or miss with me too. I enjoy: Immortal, Darkthrone, Mayhem, Burzum, etc. I also enjoy other forms of Black Metal, like: Venom, Mercyful Fate, Behemoth, Belphegor, etc. Blackend Death Metal in my opinion is probably one of the best genres in music today. Behemoth & Goatwhore are great examples, as is Belphegor.
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#41935 - 08/14/10 01:41 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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I'm more of a Rob Zombie,Metallica,and Asking Alexandria person,but it's a good song.The only thing I didn't like about it was the fact that his words sound like static and it is hard to understand the lyrics.
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#44311 - 11/21/10 06:29 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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Hello first of all! My first post! \:\)

Ok, I listen to alot of Black Metal and have played in various Black Metal bands for years.... Till this day, nothing gets me going like "Nagelfar" (not to be mistaken with the swedish "Naglfar").

For me they just hit the spot on the depressive side. And although the song I am posting is not the "heaviest", it is my favorite and I can only say that you should give them a try!

ENJOY!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk86M3xUbXw

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#44335 - 11/21/10 02:27 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: blazemth]
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I am truly not a big fan of Black Metal, I rather Classical, some Ska orchestra or perhaps a Jazz band, however this band (and particulary this record) for some reason really get me.

This song is beautiful as well.

It works wonders sometimes when feeling blue.

Best.
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#44350 - 11/21/10 09:02 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: HeimiricIX]
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Right now I'm really into Behemoth.
I loaded a couple of albums onto the work computer and blast when I see fit. I'm walking a fine line though, people are starting to ask who they are and what they stand for.

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#46487 - 01/10/11 09:51 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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 Originally Posted By: Morbid Rex
just came across these guys

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1TAlK7kFIs

I like the experimental style


Friends of mine as they are based very close to where I live. If you are into the axis also check out Blut Aus Nord a French band who play a similer style of Urban experimental black metal.

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#46503 - 01/11/11 04:18 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: BaronVonShankly]
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Black Metal is my baby. Technical Death Metal comes in at a close second though. As genres, I love them, but as someone said earlier, it is very hit and miss, even within the individual catalogs of different bands. Regardless, these were the two genres I really started to hone my guitar skills in, and as such, the music has a bit of sentimental value for me.

As for Abyssic Hate, I've been a fan for a while. It wouldn't have the same effect if it weren't for the shitty recording quality, and as such, most Depressive Suicidal Black Metal follows that trend. But as for the best of DSBM, I offer you all Thy Light - In My Last Mourning.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VA3nn_6ZqpM

In the lyrics it has in the video it leaves out the last line.
"In my last mourning / I realise / I had always been the nothing I feared becoming"

The first scream always gets me. It sounds legitimately tortured. And that solo! UGH!

Outside of the extreme Metal, I have found something in every genre that I can enjoy, but Doom Metal comes in third. Sludge, Funeral, Stoner, Drone, Atmospheric, whatever kind of doom. This has lately been a favorite of mine:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8auLKJkuN4

Ava Inferi includes Blasphemer, formerly of Mayhem. I think I enjoy it a little more on some level just because I get to hear him do something different for a change.

And if you'll allow me to touch on music quality for just a moment, I'd be more than happy to ramble a bit. I don't believe in the quality of music per se. Recording quality, I'll give you that, but the actual music? I deem that to be up to the listener, therefore being subjective, having no real qualitative attribute. Most people would call Abyssic Hate garbage, however, I love it. A lot of people like Dub Step, I hate it, but I wouldn't ever call it bad music. It all serves it's purpose and there is always someone there to use it. Music I used to hate (such as the Black Metal and Tech Death), I've grown to love. I'm convinced that a lot of people don't like music so much as they like a few certain bands.
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#46624 - 01/12/11 10:00 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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I think I`ll use this thread for some shameless self-promotion

Two of the bands I currently play in is Cleaver and Chton. Neither of these is strictly black metal, but the song (which is soon about to be released) featured on Cleavers Myspace is somewhat brutal black metal.

Chton, being a death metal band, is heavily influenced by the dark and sinister tones of the classic black metal bands, so I`d urge you all to check that out as well ;\)

Ufortunately Im not featured playing drums on any of the Chton-songs, but we have a new album coming up. The former drummer was Vyl from Keep of Kalessin, which I guess many of you know of.


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#46676 - 01/12/11 11:53 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Wolflust]
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and i am into symphonic black metal..... the best is CARACH ANGREN....! ..... kickass band..!
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#46678 - 01/13/11 12:55 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: lucithmosh]
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 Quote:
and i am into symphonic black metal..... the best is CARACH ANGREN....! ..... kickass band..!


Please try to use proper sentence structure, grammar, punctuation and capitalization in your posts. Also, evn when just expressing an opinion on music, make your posts count. Refrain from the one-liners and add some content.

Now, something I forgot to expound on in my last post: Funeral Doom. I'm not sure that many people are familiar with it. It is the slowest form of Doom Metal and usually aims for a deprssive atmosphere. Vocals are, as as per my experiene with the genre, usually either clean, deep, dramatic vocals, or death growls. It doesn't seem to lean more toward either, though.

This first example is Under Ebony Shades by Funeral, a Norwegian band that more or less started it all. They use female vocalists predominantly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMtjIohpCjQ

My second offering is Death/Doom. It is a mixture of Death Metal and Funeral Doom. It has a more oppressive atmosphere.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eEPxYFYD4o



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#46823 - 01/15/11 03:42 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Baron dHolbach]
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Taake, Burzum & Darkthrone are my favourites black metal wise. Norwegians in my opinion are the best at it.
But ambient can be very useful for astral travel if you can't find total silence.
Just some thoughts
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#46830 - 01/15/11 09:01 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: sadistik]
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 Originally Posted By: sadistik
Blackend Death Metal in my opinion is probably one of the best genres in music today. Behemoth & Goatwhore are great examples, as is Belphegor.


Akercocke as well.

I mostly listen to classical music nowadays, but I grew up listening to hardcore punk and thrash metal, and still like a bit of metal on the side.
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#46858 - 01/15/11 05:49 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Goliath]
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The meads of asphodel is about as far as I go with Black Metal atm, mainly because im not as interested in the genre as I was say 5 years ago.
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#47912 - 02/02/11 07:55 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Baron dHolbach]
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i've always felt that there is something very catholic about black metal. i know there were all the church burnings and the "ex christos negris mortuum" type names and everything like that but here is my impression of the music:

its fierce and presumably is the sound of a demonic force, yadda yadda yadda. but christ is king of the demons, or has power over them, so from the perspective of christianity the music has two possible things going on. the first is these demons cant be controlled by christ any more, the second is these are the sounds of demons that are controlled by christ.

if you aren't a "theist" then it doesnt matter. but if you dont believe in the force of entropy and whatnot then why would you expose people to sounds like that?

personally when i listen to music like this i think of it as the sound of our ancestors. all the dead and rotting souls that dwell in the abyss, so on and so forth, bitter and pissed off about our complacency, absent-mindedness, etc. i cant really listen to the music if i dont think about it that way. thats my issue.

im going on about this so let me stop myself and just give the real reason why i believe this form of music is the most catholic of them all (and you can disagree all you like):

if "hell" is a metaphor for the cleansing the mind goes through when its dying of all the dross that has been stored in it, all that attachment to "earthly" things, then this music is like the fire that burns you clean.

i may be wrong, or it may seem stupid or something, but thats my personal take. is the music creating an imprint or is it destroying them? thats basically the theme of what im writing, my opinion is it is destroying imprints*.


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#47926 - 02/03/11 01:15 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: anseoasresere]
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Well, I joke that Black metal should be the music of the green movement because most of the videos are always in forests....

When I think of 'heavy' music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHES9YAGGkU

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#48448 - 02/09/11 06:54 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: myk5]
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im not a huge fan of black metal...but i must say that satyricon is awesome...best black metal band ever, and a two piece to boot.
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#49129 - 02/18/11 11:11 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Baron dHolbach]
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuuhDVo8m68&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzjmCsUXvrQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeJmRQN9Xg8&feature=related

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#49320 - 02/21/11 09:24 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Hegesias]
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darkthrone is a great band, and of course burzum and emperor are cool too, and marduk. there's a technical death metal band from sweden called aeon that have lyrics that sound like they belong on a death metal album.
also there was a band from seattle called burning witch, that mixed black metal and really slow sludge and stoner metal, they were really cool, and are worth a listen.

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#51076 - 03/16/11 01:41 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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Of the (admittedly limited) black metal I’ve heard since the mid 1990’s, most holds no appeal for me. Terrible vocals, “raw as fuck” recordings (which apparently translates into “zero production values and recorded in someone’s bedroom”), and I really have a hard time taking anything in “corpse paint” and giant spiked gauntlets seriously. However, Deathspell Omega have been the most consistently rewarding band in this genre to my ears (with the exceptions of their earliest work, which is pretty much just awful and cliched):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TUlsy6o0To

Beyond that, Bergraven really appeals to me (at least, on their last two or three releases):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4sPW8kDfqk

Blut Aus Nord have been quite hit-and-miss for me, but when they’re at their best, the work can be very satisfying.

And, I’ve got a number of releases by Shining, but don’t know a great deal about the band. However, I believe the “Black” part of “Blackjazz” is simply aesthetic, for this release. A recommended disc, nevertheless. Shining at times makes me think of a diabolical Painkiller/Zorn:
http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTUzODkzMTg0.html

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#51088 - 03/16/11 09:07 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Baron dHolbach]
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You may want to look for these guys too, pretty good all 'n all.

Coldworld- Suicide.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vr3aFFprsqc&feature=related

Coldworld - Dead Stars.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEvnEUeinFo&feature=related

Hopeless - Share your pain.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwnZHyUAqJI&feature=related

Hopeless - Funeral Of Life.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=200Ap512QVU&feature=related

Apathia - Lost Memories.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOCWK9Czxm4&feature=related
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#51114 - 03/16/11 05:35 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Silencer]
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 Originally Posted By: Silencer
'Hopeless' is excellent. I tried putting the project on metal archives a few years back and they rejected it twice.



Inquisition
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLffD3SOVnM&feature=related

The Absolute Of Malignity
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmkXLc7mrlA&feature=related

Darkat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xda9y_21gXY
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#51117 - 03/16/11 06:15 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Hegesias]
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That sucks the rejection .. However, they are still sublime.

Edit: thanks for the links.


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#51904 - 03/29/11 03:31 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: 6Satan6Archist6]
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Black metal has no threat of being watered down by the inevitable wave of pretentious arty scene people. Black metal is a conversation with the primal, the feral, the bestial and our violent propensity. Black metal quickens dark mental activity. It is not talking to anyone nor portraying anything to anyone except those who would listen and happen to understand.

It would be unnatural for me to identify with those who like to associate themselves with the allure of darkness surrounding black metal without actually being sinister in real life. That which is portrayed by scene persons and their pretentious acceptable works is of no concern to me. The underground obscures itself by it's own false reputation. Anti- art expressionism in hostile opposition to God (Christianised / moralised society). The misanthropic expression opposed to God and humanity, having renounced conventional morality. The iconoclastic imagery and tone is violent and macabre, and actively nihilistic. This is however a collateral consequence of the simple fact that dark mental activity is the cause. Some people have a greater propensity for introspection or a greater threshold for stimulation and can see depth in simplicity.

Who would listen to the language of an indecipherable song and know what is being sung about, understands the faceless nature black metal. Anything which attempts to spoon feed you, like scene bands do, is not black metal no matter how much it's creators try to be or thinks it is.

I am not here to debate about what is or what isn't black metal but to be blatant and tell you it isn't the meticulous and polished work of a master craftsman, it's emotionally pure music no matter how unpleasant it is to listen to or hard understand for comfort seekers, some of us find the quickening of dark menial activity stimulating, because our ear is trained to decipher and differentiate what is presenced violence and aggression from what is merely pretentious craftsmanship portraying acceptable evil. Black metal scene bands are a sorry sight of unintentional comedy. Anything that is watered down by restraint in vocalisation or instrumentation, is only to be removed from and to be alien to the abstractionless nature of black metal. One needs to realise that art creates itself being an uncontrollable consequence of the Will to create it.

Expressing oneself is a very hard thing to do in this society so black metal is underground for a reason, society cannot accept it because they want acceptable entertainment. I see more dark propensity in innocent pop songs than lame horror movies and the lame scene black metal. The underground minority will always obscure itself with it's own false reputation forged by the majority. The anti-art movement is not consigned to black metal either but here is something where the bestial intersects with introspection.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZ-mWZnaub0&feature=related
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#51939 - 03/30/11 03:46 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Hegesias]
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It’s always disappointing to me when a student of mine wants to learn how to play Black Metal. I don’t criticize them for their taste in entertainment; however it is counterproductive to musical growth. It’s like the kids in my generation who hero-worshiped shitty Punk Rock bands. They saw an easy medium in which to succeed at (by copying everyone else) that involves very little practice or initiative. I can’t offer much help to those kiddies who strive for something less than mediocre, and Black Metal is technically vapid. Tremolo picking and blast beats are certainly expressive, and I’ll admit to listening to some Black Metal when the occasional mood hits, but teenaged male “cutters” don’t necessarily make the best musicians. I try explaining that to young fans who think Black Metal is the pinnacle of aggressive musicality and I usually lose them as students. So be it. I’d also rather teach a youngster how to cook for himself rather then point him in the direction of the nearest fast food joint.
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#51943 - 03/30/11 08:22 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Mitch Koch]
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It’s always disappointing to me when a student of mine wants to learn how to play Black Metal. I don’t criticize them for their taste in entertainment; however it is counterproductive to musical growth. It’s like the kids in my generation who hero-worshiped shitty Punk Rock bands. They saw an easy medium in which to succeed at (by copying everyone else) that involves very little practice or initiative.


Imagine how bad it is in contemporary “noise music” genres. Noise -- a style of audio expression that requires absolutely -no- skill, discipline, or “vision”, and one in which the price of admission is often ZERO, since almost every kid already has a computer, if nothing else to use for generating and recording sound. The audience’s expectations are often just as low, since noise is a genre in which more often than not each listener has his own “project”, and little above a cheap cassette tape recording wrapped in amateur & crappy J-card artwork is usually expected -- all stroked and glorified on the internet.

At one point back in the 1990’s I noticed (thru people I knew who were into Black Metal) an increasing number or BM musicians concocting ambient/experimental “side projects” (Mortiis was perhaps the most laughable in this mold), and in the past several years it seems every other noise/experimental electronics act and recording “label” have become enamored with BM, and try their hands at what’s often incredibly poor versions of a genre of metal that’s already dubious enough as it is, coming from actual practitioners of Black Metal. That, or so many “industrial” types come up with superficial, pointless takes on “black industrial/noise.” This very rarely produces anything of genuine artistic merit and musical value, and almost always reeks of envious trend jumping by noise noodlers who want expressions as “extreme” and, I suppose, darkly evocative as BM is in their eyes.

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#51949 - 03/30/11 10:43 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Mitch Koch]
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I actually find the punk rock comparison quite amusing as ive read that people like east bay ray and greg ginn could actually play which is why their bands evolved and they are still involved in music whilst alot of the punk guitar players they inspired are no longer involved in music.
Funny story that kind of relates prog to punk to black metal, One of the band the crust punks used to respect was Hawkwind infact Amebix and a few other bands have listed the Dave Brock/Huw Lloyd Langton line up as a big influence on them. Huw has also played black metal with the British black metal meets space rock band The Meads of Asphodel.

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#51956 - 03/31/11 02:17 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Mitch Koch]
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There is not many examples of music that I don't resonate with. I myself appreciate Maria Calas, Penderecki and Alfred Schnittke, definitely not the same as all other classical music nor is all black metal represented by a contemporary formulae.

I agree, you can't teach somebody to play black metal because it is something individual.

To realise what is unnecessary from other music styles, including metal and other black metal, and to find what resonates most with our dark unconsciousness. It will turn out that learning every chord on the guitar will not teach you to play just a few necessary ones with conviction and deliberation.

Instruments are only tools in music get a specific job done. Distractions such as solos, unnecessary hooks and licks do not belong in emotionally pure, minimalist black metal music, no matter how hard it is to listen to for those expecting harmony, the melody, yes melody, is only speaking to those who would resonate with it. If you hear monotonous noise, this is because the music simply is utter crap made by lazy people, or you simply don't have a trained ear for what's going on.

Black metal is not for everyone because many people like variety, some find depth by coming deeply into focus with what they are naturally aligned with. Why? Because this resonates the real face of the dark. It can not be heard by all because it is the voice of the Beast. It is not speaking to anyone. It is only speaking.

Forgotten Woods
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dntpW9V7naU&feature=related

Darvulia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17GT27CWY1k&feature=related

TYMAH
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTNOvokk9Gg&feature=related
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#52006 - 03/31/11 10:00 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Mitch Koch]
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I run into the same types of people in art-- those that would rather copy some simplistic style (such as the generic "anime look") instead of genuinely develop artistic talent by practicing life drawing.

Such people fail to realize that without taking the time to learn the fundamentals of a discipline, they will never produce anything remotely original.

I cannot speak with much authority in music, however. I do have my own melodic EBM project, but it is admittedly simplistic. At least I don't distort my vocals like every other kid with a keyboard. >>
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#52355 - 04/07/11 06:25 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: The Zebu]
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Graveland
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91Jd-VVYX00&feature=related

Ildjarn.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHv-EZ9T-Ts&feature=related

Menace Ruine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XpL0LwYC0s

Paysage d'Hiver
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkVZA29eJtY&feature=related

The Ruins of Beverast
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaY48GauZgg&feature=related

Reverorum Ib Malacht
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_WvyfX1OG0

Profanatica
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLchxLIA3vI

Portal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emrBZZtGFgI
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#52422 - 04/07/11 08:30 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Hegesias]
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#52455 - 04/08/11 03:20 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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I listen to a lot of black metal as well. But I find it quite disappointing to see how many people in the 'scene' act with such sheepish behavior. I'm always kind of looked down at by those 'black metal chicks' who wear leather pants and bandshirts and bulletbelts when I just wear a nice dress and high heels. There always such a 'you have to be like this otherwise you're not true' and 'everything else but black metal is gay'-vibe, which really irritates me. I am interested in all kinds of music, for me it's really the atmosphere in music that counts. And concerning black metal, those first bands like Darkthrone, Mayhem, Burzum, Emperor etc were pretty amazing, but it's a pity that new black metal always try to copy them with their sound and the corpse paint and all.

Some bands I really like are Ulver, Deathspell Omega, Nehemäh, Drudkh and also more black metal-inspired bands like Wolves In The Throne Room, Solstafír, Primordial, Melechesh..

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#52460 - 04/08/11 04:52 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Liadan]
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Burzum is not black metal nor is Darkthrone because what black metal has become overground is something those projects do not want to be associated with. Burzum's new "Fallen" is a masterpiece for all to appreciate. We know they are really as they encapsulate the attitude and vibe so well. Varg, having done extreme Satanic acts against Christianised society whilst denying Satanism, he's more than that and that's why. Shame the pussies took the especially descriptive genre title though "black metal" it just isn't black without extremism is it.

I can't really list any bad bands except the ones dealing with themes like huge bands portray, what the fuck are they even about, it's certainly nothing positive or even remotely dark or intense, more like contemporary? Truly expressive black metal quickens dark metal activity, just like black ambient, dissonant classical music or even the sounds of nature, natural stimulation from the culmination of aggression, this is only positive and in no way is black metal negative or passive in any way. People like to associate violence, dark thoughts, with negativity, they can't feel the positive stimulation because they are meek and seek comfort in low stimulation entertainment. The worst bands are the ones who like to portray a complex mind at work with guitar wankery that has no memorable riffs. Even Portal has memorable riffs and they play the most free form music, it's all in the construction you see, if the sound is resonating with dissonance and creates atmosphere and resonance, you'll feel it and be immersed in recognition. You'll notice immediately when a song dies because of a solo or unnecessary showing off of skill that's not part of the mood at all.

I think we ought to make comparisons on here and list a load of charlatans and expose some of the more avant underground creations. If it's shiny and polished and has theatrical vocals then I'll listen just for a disgusting laugh. Turns out most of the shit out today is theatrical and portrays clinical guitar wizardry as something dark. I prefer stuff that has memorable riffs and uninhibited violent vocals male or female.

You can tell strait away when a band is created by pussies because you'll just be repulsed by the pretentiousness when the music speaks for itself. I like how people here are allocating skill levels in different music genre's. If you play tight and in time what's the problem. I'm sure these non musicians have no idea that black metal strumming is no something lazy. The chords may be held longer and the barrs elongated but this is because the varied strumming and different accentuation of "all" strings is what creates the pulsing texture.

A technical death metal style for instance is a totally different dark vibe because frantic and frenzied abstraction is used to create tension and Chaos forming a holistic pattern, black metal will use minimalism and focus on an abstractionless ebb and flow, rhythm, pulse, and dissonance in melody, deliberate and admittedly simple, there is only abstractionless resonance with the blackest emanations of the psyche. No matter how raw or unlistenable it is for those who don't feel it, this music is emotionally pure.

To people who think black metal is a pick up and play style, I'd like to hear there pathetic attempts to vocalise uninhibited emotionally pure violence, I bet we'll hear silly croaking sounds at best. To call the taming of an animal its "improvement" sounds like a joke to me. The tone deaf teacher of music will never know music but those with untrained with perfect pitch know music.

I can fight for the underground all day because fallacious accusations against black metals reputation is only that, black metal obscures itself by it's own false reputation. Here are some more excellent pieces with banshee vocals in gloriously shit youtube quality.

Death to contemporary feminism! What do I mean? Just listen and appreciate and by the albums.

Infernal Kingdom
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXgSzLx78dg&feature=related

Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrQkiIrt50M&feature=related

TYMAH
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtB0MwcXlAI&feature=related
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#56018 - 06/18/11 05:01 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Baron dHolbach]
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Better http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=2jCd-KTTR_I /win and eh hes not that bad sounds like a really bad screamer
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#56381 - 06/30/11 05:15 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Liadan]
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Three of my favourite

Paysage d' Hiver
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onbWoxLjD-Y

Darkspace
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z11aYNEmygk&feature=fvst

Forgotten Woods
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRn7umLZY_g&feature=related
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#79371 - 08/17/13 10:33 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Hegesias]
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Marduk-especially Rom.!!! Dark Funeral! Satyricon! Fav Black Metal Bands..

Edited by Azrael999 (08/17/13 10:35 PM)
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#80641 - 09/30/13 02:52 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Azrael999]
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 Originally Posted By: Azrael999
Marduk-especially Rom.!!! Dark Funeral! Satyricon! Fav Black Metal Bands..


Fantastic! You know I applaud that last will and testament as Satyricon, Dark funeral & Marduk are three of my favorites as well. The older bands I do so love. I thought we were a dying breed of sorts. Everyone always jumpin on the "New Black Metal" band wagon, and not enough appreciation for the elders. I am also quite fond of Nargaroth, Gorgoroth and one which isn't black metal and is considered "Grind Core" Is ANAL CUNT. But this whole bands being more kvlt than the last has to go, the majority of them are amazing in their own rite and should be revered as such by, as previously stated their talents, instrument proficiency and the like. All great bands named here though.
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#101160 - 06/27/15 06:45 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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You might take gander at Hopeless another great DSBM project listen to 'share your pain' slightly more haunting than the one track I heard due to the other being taken off so I can't really compare to the second one but if you haven't already checked out Xasthur( a more popular one man BM band) listen to 'Prison of Mirrors'.

As far for my personal tastes, Dark Funeral(before the newwest vocalist), Dissection, and Belfegor(I know I know they are more Blackened Death) but... wow did someone mention Anal Cunt lol! That grind band brings back memories along side Sperm Swamp, and Insect Warfare. Ok i'm going way too into grind for a BM thread }:D


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#111167 - 01/10/17 06:06 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Blood Cleric]
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Dark Funeral - In My Dreams
Dark Funeral - My Funeral
Gorgoroth - Incipit Satan
Triumfall - Black Devotion Manifest
Xasthur - Prison of Mirrors
Burzum - Dunkelheit
Burzum - Jesus Tod
Satyricon - Hvite Krists Dod
Impaled Nazarene - Blood is Ticker than the Water
Gorgoroth - actually, 70 % of their discography written by Infernus

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#111169 - 01/10/17 06:46 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Herzeleid]
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Let's see...

Bloody Cum Rag - Demonic Thrill Kill
Raping Virgin Incest- Unholy Gore Fetish
Erotic Gore Cunt - Rotten Rectum
Mutilated Stillborn Fetus - The Dark Ecstacy

The funny/sad thing is one of those I didn't just make up...


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#111297 - 01/23/17 07:28 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: CanisMachina42]
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I'm not sure if the OP is being sarcastic or not, but I'm a fan.

While we're apparently making lists of our favorite black metal artists:

A.M.S.G.
Abigor
Acrimonious
Ævangelist
Aosoth
Arckanum
Ash Pool
Azaghal
Barshasketh
Black Funeral
Blood of Kingu
Chaos Invocation
Cult of Fire
Culdes de Ghoules
Evil
Forgotten Tomb
Gorgoroth
Hail Spirit Noir
I'm in a Coffin
Inquisition
Leviathan
LVTHN
Marduk
Mayhem
Necromantia
Nightbringer
Ofermod
Ondskapt
Seges Findere
Svartsyn
Tjsuder
Void Meditation Cult
Watain
Xaos Oblivion


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#111298 - 01/23/17 08:35 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: edgy]
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BM has become in nothing more that a sound. I think I hear more to Varg than BM these days. Probably the excelence of Marduk is what BM should strive for, but I simply don't care.
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#113928 - 08/14/17 09:44 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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While I disagree a little with the title of the post (like other user), BM is one of my favorite genres, and you can find pure gems there, like this:

Batushka (Poland):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgfa5UlZAL8

Uada (USA):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVZ2X39mxgU

And of course, the classics:

Marduk (Sweden):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mP897M7JuII
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#113933 - 08/14/17 12:27 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Morbid Rex]
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Imperial Triumphant:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_LQTOCaNIE

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#114411 - 09/20/17 01:04 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: apocatastasis]
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Batushka is the one of the greatest bands that came from Poland.

P.S.

I'll leave you here something: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypDIla1rzy0

One of the best black metal songs that I've ever heard of.
Besides, the vocalist, Atterigner is a studio vocalist in Gorgoroth (check the Instinctus Bestialis).

By the way, has anyone of you attented the live Xasthur gig?

I know he is acoustic now, but I was wondering what happened with Malefic since the one man black metal band documentary..

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#114412 - 09/20/17 01:13 PM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: 6Satan6Archist6]
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I agree with all of this. As far as I know...or as it looks like that Tom always wrote the lyrics about murder and serial killers, King wrote songs about Satanism, anti religion stuff and Hanneman wrote lyrics about war. Seems like everyone wrote things in which they were interested in. Which is completely fine by me. They have created merciless band, great songs n lyrics, brutal live shows. I won't even say nothing about the impact they did when they released Show no Mercy and Reign in Blood. RiB for me, the best thrash metal album ever created. Huge impact for development for black metal.
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#114535 - 09/29/17 10:20 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Baron dHolbach]
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Black Metal is an admittedly new fancy of mine. I'd long written it off as silly and high schoolish, because it mostly is. Some of the scariest, heaviest, most evil music isn't even metal. But I've come around some, because I eventually check out every genre that I'd written off, eventually.

I mean, as a kid, sure, I dug early Slayer, and Venom, Celtic Frost and Bathory were cool to look at, especially for a KISS/Motley Crue kid such as I was. Mercyful Fate was cool too. I'm steadily building the entire catalogs of those bands, all either on cd or vinyl....I don't download. Leave that to the bandits and thieves.

Black metal bands of interest to me so far include:
Darkthrone
Mayhem
Satyricon
Emperor
Behemoth
Belphegor
Dark Funeral
Gehenna
Beherit

Short list, but again, I'm new to the costume party.
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#115141 - 11/09/17 06:16 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Dark Light 444]
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Since you are the new to the costume party, gotta admit that you choose very good bands to start with the party. Welcome! \:D

If I may add to your costume party few more bands which you should check perhaps: Immortal, Gehenna, Impaled Nazarene, Xasthur, Behexen, Marduk, Watain.

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#115142 - 11/09/17 06:43 AM Re: Heaviest Black Metal I Ever Heard [Re: Herzeleid]
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Yeah I listed Gehenna. I do have some Watain and Immortal stuff.
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