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Dark Enlightenment
I nominate these guys for the best Metal Covers I have ever head. 


I also like they dont destroy great songs with screaming and caveman grunting. 




The Forum post is edited by Dark Enlightenment May 22
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Zach Black May 24
i rocking out to this fuckin guys BRUUH!


Born Satanist
Born Satanist May 24
I discovered this band recently. Apparently they've been around for a bit, but recently dropped their lead singer. This was the best move they could have made, as I think that particular vocalist limited the rest of the band's talent. They released an album in 2018 that IMHO is fucking mind blowing. The band is "Night Verses", the album I'm talking about is "From the Gallery of Sleep". I've been addicted to this album for months now. Here's a single from said album...Enjoy!



The Forum post is edited by Born Satanist May 24
Dark Enlightenment


Some may define this as stagnation, but in 7 years in this habitat this song has solidified itself to me as a wonderful casting of superficiality and nomos.  It nails the "The phonies" your Holden Caulfield type bitches and moans about. Those who need loving acceptance so much they accept fake versions.  (See all asshurt O9A 'initiates' ever) 

Though I contest Holden Caulfield was an over-empathic bitch.

Anyway..

Smashing Pumpkins - Zero

And it's conceptual follow-up, this one:

Smashing Pumpkins - Eye

You just get the feeling Billy Corgan has "been there" more than even a Trent Reznor has.

To "love" the things others actively avoid, such as isolation, derangement, madness, and emotional numbness. Not needing anyone but you for emotional support. IMO, "beyond human" is to be beyond the things most humans need.  How can you change behavior until you change what you need at the base, afterall. Fuck trans-humanism (metaphorical or mechanical) this is trans-mammalian.  


"Trans-mammalianism"  <- I call that if no one else has taken it. May also be called "obliterating your soul" (cuz souls need wuv), if one were to believe in such things existing.


Repost with each of these songs probably...

Clarification - While the above may scream defeatist copout there is actually beauty. Both songs draw from the well of all those wonderful things that most people shy away from. The second one especially. In the sphere of the RHP you have things as synonymous with god. Basically anything that is warm and fuzzy is of that, and everything that makes your hair stand up is not. 


This speaks to peace attained through the latter. Those exited by the "demonic". 



The Forum post is edited by Dark Enlightenment May 28
Dark Enlightenment
Okay no more drifting positions that change hourly.  


Let us just call this for what it is. 


All is madness now.. 



The Forum post is edited by Dark Enlightenment Jun 5
Dark Enlightenment

Where do they come from?  They get made that way by "their story", John.  Now go get shot in the back by a manchurian candidate, you proto-Bono messianic whatever. 


And also this...  Could be prophetic in the end...

The Forum post is edited by Dark Enlightenment Jun 17
MatthewJ1
MatthewJ1 Jul 7
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5mxU_7BTRA


Rachmaninoff 3rd Concerto performed by Horowitz and NYPO.

Brother Shamus
Right on.


Whenever I need to reign in my pretentious belief I am anything special there is nothing like actual genius to keep you grounded. Any belief of greatness becomes linear simplistic shit. 


Always ending up at "Well you're no [Any Noteworthy composer here]" 



The Forum post is edited by Brother Shamus Jul 8
Brother Shamus

System of a Down - Deer Dance (set to 2020 police brutality clips)


While I don't agree entirely with the lyrics, and even support the job of law enforcement (rather have penal code and 'crime' over doctrine and 'sin'), this still seems relevant...


Especially this adaptation of this song (sorry for the audible protest tracks)..


Now Federal Police intimidating antifa protesters in The MECCA of SJW (Portland, CA) on executive order no less. 


Although they don't seem to be "peaceful loving youth", they seem to be "we want to burn down police stations youth". They could also try spitting on cops and calling them, "black live killers". And maybe there is justification to take a hard line. 

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Rioters Storm Portland Police Precinct; Feds In Unmarked Cars Arrest Some Rioters 

The latest attack began on July 16, just hours after police dismantled the so-called “autonomous zone,” dubbed the Chinook Land Autonomous Territory (CLAT), located in Lownsdale Square across from the federal Pioneer Courthouse, FOX News reported. 

After clearing and closing Lownsdale Square and nearby Chapman Square, officials had fences installed around both areas, Oregon Public Broadcasting reported. 

Later in the evening, hundreds of protesters gathered at Laurelhurst Park, while a separate group of approximately 200 more demonstrators converged on the area outside the Multnomah County Justice Center, the Portland Police Bureau (PPB) said in a press release. 

The Laurelhurst Park group took off marching towards the Southeast Precinct on East Burnside Street at approximately 8:20 p.m. 

When they arrived at the police station, they promptly blocked all lanes of traffic and shined lights in the eyes of the officers posted outside the building, PPB said. 

Police used a sound truck to urge the group to “stay peaceful,” according to the press release. 

About an hour later, “the group began making statements about wanting to enter Southeast Precinct and burn down the property,” PPB said. “The group was admonished by the sound truck and told not to enter the property or they would be subject to arrest or use of force.” 

The rioters responded by igniting a blaze in the roadway, while others stormed onto the Southeast Precinct property, police said.


Officers began making “targeted arrests” at 11:40 p.m., and declared the gathering to be an unlawful assembly minutes later. 

By that time, the rioters were attacking police using bottles, sticks, and rocks, police said. 

Officers repeatedly ordered the group to disperse, but most ignored the warnings. 

Police began breaking up the mob shortly before midnight. 

“While dispersing the group, a vehicle associated with the group drove up behind officers, narrowly missing officers on foot and causing an extremely dangerous situation,” PPB said. “The vehicle was later stopped.” 

Police arrested several individuals before “disengaging the crowd,” at which point a “majority” of the rioters returned to the Southeast Precinct and blocked the roadway once again, police said. 

More rioters were arrested after an additional slew of warnings to leave the area went unheeded.


Seems like the local jurisdiction has it covered. Even politely asking protesters to remain peaceful. But a society of sheep incensed by bias half stories have never been the type to think rationally. 

The Forum post is edited by Brother Shamus Jul 17
Kenneth
Kenneth Jul 22
Lately, I've gotten into Nightwish and Jinjer, with my current favorite songs by them being "The Greatest Show on Earth" and "Teacher, Teacher," respectively. I've also been listening to various Eastern pieces of music as part of a developing interest in instruments I'd like to learn but can't currently afford, such as the shakuhachi and erhu.
Aug 20
Been starting to listen to Vital Remains recently, Iv'e really been starting to appreciate the band. So far I am impressed by the vocals and the artwork the band has done. This band has been perhaps the best band on my lists of subscriptions. Interesting enough, the former vocalist of the band is an actual Satanist.



Dark Enlightenment
On Alice In Chains first album back (Arguably one of the best) after Layne Staley's prophesied 80 pound Tommy in Trainspotting end, new singer William Duval had a major contribution to the album. This song imparticular.  



The Forum post is edited by Dark Enlightenment Sep 13
Sep 15
It's been a long time listening to this band, they're a Norwegian Black Metal band. This song is a 3 minute instrumental song, mostly mixed with guitar play and classical music. 



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