15 sept. 2011, 19h55m par HiroakiP
19 août 2010, 14h24m par vikingligrveldihttp://static.rateyourmusic.com/lk/f/s/967b556cbbb3f32955afa4025010eaf2/3282640.jpg
Something is said to be transcendent when it exceeds the ordinary and even the best, yet this form of transcendence is a perverted caricature. Man no longer knows where his place in the universe is; his existence is no longer derived from something higher than himself. More specifically, what is greater than him today is but a machine that crushes, dissects, exploits and uses him, thus making a production tool out of him. Man is looked upon from a mechanical point of view: brain, neurons, hormones, genes, and a body devoid of breath and energy. Considered as such, Man lost any reason to exist; suicides are increasing in all environments. Human life no longer has value.
Philosophical questions – Who am I? Where am I? Where am I going? – are shunned questions today; questions considered no longer valid, which make us smile and do not deserve attention. In a world where time is money, asking such questions is a waste of time.
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