You got to understand this: the day my color becomes my greatest achievement, that day I'll know I'm a bloody loser. I can't describe how sorry I feel that your color (something you haven't achieved yourself) makes you proud. ~EternalViking~ pffff bwahahaha Eastern Viking, that's you.
Hails I agree calling band s just because they are proud of their Pagan ancestry NSBM or racist bull shit.  Nothing wrong in loving your culture. I have Ukranian, Italian and French ancestry... but that's off-topic here.
Hails I agree calling band s just because they are proud of their Pagan ancestry NSBM or racist bull shit am of true Pagan descent myself we are just tired of religions destroying are cultures and raping are lands I hate living in the U.S. United Sucks of America my origins came from Germany,Italy,Ireland and Scotland proud Celtic/Germanic Pagan like those before me.
@FolkBlackDoom This isn't NSBM.
From one interview with Khorus:
"I was not interested in politics and always be this way, thus it's extremely erroneous to note my previous band ASTROFAES as NSBM, but I don't know its present status. We have always been patriotically inclined and we propagandized love for the Native Land, respect for ancestors and so on, but one must not confuse it with inadequate political trends and organizations.
Paragon Records had a problem with one German magazine, which was frightened to publish advertising on Mysticism album, as well as an interview with us, because they consider KHORS to be an NSBM band. <...> There are many bands now noted as politically active, ones that are just not finding a difference between Pagan, Patriotic and NSBM. It's difficulty to struggle with it, and we have no desire to do so."
2 Mjolnersson14: this album of Khors dedicated to the events of the early twentieth century, namely the Ukrainian Liberation War, specifically - Kholodny Yar Republic (1919-1922) and Ukrainian resistance to attempts bolshevists invasion
2 crosses on the cover - is, as has been rightly observed, the so-called cossacks stone crosses
cossacs put crosses [in the steppe] in the places where they buried the ukrainian cossacks, fallen in battle against the enemies