3 jan. 2011, 13h40m par Food_For_Cat
18 nov. 2010, 16h15m par dark_legionsInspired by the Omega Switch list:
Level 1 - These are albums that any fans of good music should have.
Level 2 - These are albums that any metal fan should have.
Level 3 - While these are not essential recordings, they are worthy additions for a black metal fan.
Level 4 - Albums that have some interesting aspects to borrow, re-use or re-do.
Level 5 - Everything else. The "who really cares" file, except for purists.
Bathory - The Return, Blood Fire Death, Hammerheart
Hellhammer - Apocalyptic Raids
Immortal - Diabolical Full Moon Mysticism, Pure Holocaust
Burzum - Burzum, Det Som Engang Var, Hvis lyset tar oss
Darkthrone - Under a Funeral Moon, Transilvanian Hunger
Mayhem- De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas
Beherit - Drawing Down the Moon
Graveland - The Celtic Winter, Following the Voice of Blood
Gorgoroth - Pentagram, Antichrist
Ancient - Svartalvheim
Emperor- In the Nightside Eclipse (1994)
Enslaved- Vikingligr Veldi (1993)
Emperor / Enslaved- Emperor / Hordanes Land (1993)
8 jan. 2010, 4h39m par Conservationisthttp://image3.examiner.com/images/blog/EXID10472/images/dark_legions_archive.jpg
Kontinual, editor of the Dark Legions Archive
"In underground metal, there is a youthful coalescence of seemingly disparate ideas, a syncretism. These are rooted in themes of heroism, warfare, death, the beyond, history, endtimes -- indulgent glimpses into worlds beyond the individual and the dreary present, and far from merely temporal or personal concerns. The approach is boundless and powerful, and the music matches."
Interview with Kontinual, editor of the Dark Legions Archive
Bands reviewed in the Dark Legions Archive:
* Abyss, The
* Ancient Rites
* At the Gates
* Averse Sefira
25 avr. 2008, 4h52m par Milkshake8The four original members of pioneering alternative rock band Jane's Addiction performed in public for the first time in 17 years on Wednesday, burying their differences to receive an award for career achievement.
Singer Perry Farrell, guitarist Dave Navarro and drummer Stephen Perkins hit the stage at the inaugural NME Awards in Los Angeles with bass player Eric Avery, who had declined to play with the band since it first broke up in September 1991.
They performed four tunes, including "Mountain Song" and an acoustic version of "Jane Says" for an excited crowd of about 400 people at the el rey theatre.
"We made it and I'm really happy to be here," said Farrell, alternately guzzling from a bottle of Red Wine and dispensing its contents to fans in the mosh pit.
The quartet received the godlike genius award -- a trophy of a clenched fist with the middle finger pointed skyward -- for their contribution to the development of alternative rock.
26 fév. 2008, 18h48m par p3drojans3nPára tudo.
Uma amiga me mandou uma NME da semana retrasada. Capa do Pete Doherty. Dentro, muitas muitas muitas matérias. Muita gente nova, muita ocupação pro meu slsk. Nem sempre vale a pagação de pau. Nem sempre.
Uma das bandas que tava no siribolo da revista [você já viu como a NME é caótica? =O] é o Black Mountain.
No vídeo são eles tocando Stormy High, primeira faixa do In the Future.
É o Deep Purple do stoner rock.
Eu até vibrei quando a última música caiu aqui na minha pasta vinda do slsk. O cd já foi devidamente queimado e de noite a bixinha vai pro mp3player.
Bata cabeça aqui!
2 sept. 2006, 18h11m par sputnio
30 jan. 2006, 17h55m par jarock87Well squeeze my pimples and send me some porn, I truly am the angriest teenager on the planet.
And this week readers something's made me very angry indeed.
Whilst browsing through 'look, that band have nice haircuts, lets hype them' magazine NME I came across the supposed top 100 quintessentially British albums. Further inspection showed that 'widely regarded as the kickstarters of the 90's patriotic movement' band Suede were dumped in at a mere number 30 over 26 (thats 27 then) places behind middle of the road depressingly average new new wavers Bloc Party! How can a band that can claim to have started an entire British movement be lower than a group who have a song called Price Of Gasoline!? I believe it's called petrol over here in good old Blighty lads! Get back to whichever London "scene" you were loitering around in until The Libertines made it and go about your business.
Elsewhere I noticed that The Ordinary Boys re-release of 'boys will be boys' reached number 9…