5 Sep 2011, 05:59 by Riff55
3 Jan 2011, 13:40 by Food_For_Cat
2 Sep 2010, 12:26 by Daniel-GrayI'm aware this is pretty pathetic.
Ablach - Aon CD
Abazagorath - The Spirit Of Hate For Mankind 5"
Acrimonious - Broken Bonds Of Balance EP Vinyl
Anal Blasphemy - Bestial Black Metal Filth (Red Vinyl)
Anti/Hat - Ressurection of the beast (Split) CD
Assynt - Demo CD
Arkha Sva - Mikama Isaro Mada Vinyl
Arkhon Infaustus - Annunciation Double Vinyl
Arckanum - Trulen Vinyl
Barbatos/Incriminated - Split. 5" Clear Vinyl
Bestial Mockery/Karnarium - Hail Occult Masters Split EP 5"
Black Witchery - Upheaval Of Satanic Might Vinyl
Black Priest of Satan - Fullmoon rituals Ep Vinyl
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath CD
Black Sabbath - Paranoid Vinyl LP
Black Sabbath - Paranoid '72 Single
Black Sabbath - Sabotage LP
Blood Duster - Cunt CD
Blood Duster - Str8 Outta Northcote CD
Cancerous Womb - Austrian Basement EP CD
Cerekloth - Pandemonium Prayers
Constricted - All Confusion 7" Vinyl
Craven Idol -…
7 Aug 2010, 11:53 by veash
26 May 2010, 07:15 by ArrTheMesiaKeep it update sometimes...
It looks like a some other compilation of Atmospheric / Depressive Black Metal, Funeral Doom, some Death Doom and simply interesting bands like An Autumn for Crippled Children or Void of Silence.
I think It could be possible that for someone few this "Journal" will seems helpful or maybe anything else more...
I have stopped to add any groups in the spring of 2011.
A Cloud in Circle
A Forest of Stars
All The Cold
An Autumn for Crippled Children
Angra Mainyu (Germany)
Benighted in Sodom
Beyond Black Void
Black Autumn (Germany)
Blood Red Fog
Blut aus Nord
12 Mar 2010, 06:51 by SpudfordThe Insignificance Of Life
Depressive Black Metal is a style of music that is very easy to fuck up with its repetitive riffs and song structures. Keeping a minimalist song interesting for 10 or more minutes is quite difficult and is a straightforward mechanism for sorting the wheat from the chaff. Unless of course you don't play by the established rules. Germany's Anti eschew the long songs of their genre mates, keeping their repetitive, soul rending tunes fairly short, and in the process create something that is just a tiny bit different to what everyone else is doing. With the longest track here running just over six minutes, and a total running time under half an hour, The Insignificance of Life does not fuck around. This is a pity as fans of this music are used to, perhaps even expect, lengthy tracks full of repetitive riffs and bleak atmosphere, and on this album the songs are over just as you are settling in to let yourself be drowned in the despair they evoke.
22 Jul 2009, 22:54 by chisco_oexEscucha el Programa 249. Actualidad
Andrew Bird - Fitz and The dizzy spells (Noble beast / Bella union 2008)
Wavves - So bored (Wavvves / Bella unión 2009)
Emiliana Torrini - Jungle drum (Me and Armini / Rough trade 2008)
Bill Callahan - Rococo zephyr (Sometimes I wish we were an eagle / Drag city 2009)
Asobi Seksu - Familiar light (Hush / One little indian 2008)
Suma - Don't rid anyone (In the middle of somewhere / Foehn 2009)
Anti - Elígeme (Antiaventura / Federación de universos pop 2009)
The Lions Constellation - Kiss me (Flashing light / BCore 2009)
La Buena Vida - Viaje por países pequeños (Viaje por países pequeños / El volcán 2009)
Festivales de pop
Ondas del Espacio Exterior en Last.fm
Grupo de Ondas del Espacio Exterior en Last.fm
25 Dec 2008, 22:26 by maidenhellIndustrial Radio
Industrial metal is a musical genre that draws from industrial music and heavy metal, using repeating metal guitar riffs, sampling, synthesizer or sequencer lines, and distorted vocals.Founding industrial metal groups include Ministry, Godflesh, and KMFDM.Eventually it reached a mass audience, led by the "one-man-band" Nine Inch Nails.
Industrial metal's new-found popularity led to some criticism from other artists associated with the industrial scene. Subsequently, it is most well-known in various European permutations. Industrial metal groups have produced many acclaimed music videos, and the impact of the style has been reflected in many other genres of music, including hardcore punk, glam metal, and hip-hop.
Artists You Should Know
Aborym//...and Oceans//2wo//A Dark Halo//American Head Charge//Anaal Nathrakh//Artifact//Atrocity//Battery Cage//Biomechanical//Blaze Bayley//Blut aus Nord//BUCK-TICK//Carfax…
11 Dec 2008, 16:28 by BlodvargrMost of the time of the last year I was completely focussed on Industrial, Neoclassic and Neofolk. Spent lots of money on albums of this genre and listened to bands like Triarii, Karjalan Sissit, Weihan, Von Thronstahl, Of the Wand and the Moon, Rome, and others all the time. But since about a months I had a full "fall back" on Black Metal. It began with once again reading "Lords Of Chaos", which always sets me back in a certain mood. Normally this mood stays with me for a couple of days, I put Burzum in the player, and then it's over and I am back at my "new fetish", martial music and new folk. This time it's still here and it doesn't seem to want to disappear again. Well, I am not unhappy about that! Darkthrone is kind of constantly looping on my iPod and also bands like Livsnekad, OLD, Anti, Aura Noir, old Satyricon and especially other Norwegian artists are my utter favourites right now.
Probably it has to do with my inner restlessness at the moment. …
21 Nov 2008, 00:17 by Kapitankraut1. Tiken Jah Fakoly - "Le pays va mal"
Reggae from the Ivory Coast. I've heard this man's name bandied around a lot in recent years, but never had the chance to hear his music. I can see precisely why people like him - there's more than a hint of the great Alpha Blondy, as well as a slight touch of Burning Spear in his vocals. Lovely one-drop guitars and drums and a tasty horn section. Good stuff all round.
2. Hate Eternal - "The Vicious Reign"
Full-speed death metal here, with drumming that probably shouldn't be attempted without medical advice. The vocals are your standard Cookie Monster impression, but the guitars are played very impressively. Solid, but not great.
3. Draconian - "A Scenery of Loss"
Some gothic doom metal here, as can be identified by the thunderclap sounds over which the guitars gradually appear. All nicely atmospheric (I get a "ruined castle" mental image when I listen to this sort of thing), but everyone's done it a million times before. …